Wed Jul 23 00:00:00 MDT 2014jake85 Rating:5.0
I love my new bike. I have bad knees and was told not to ride a bike that requires pressure on the knee. But this bike has allowed me to ride a bike outdoors and still able to pedal (exercise) without the strain on my knees. Gets me to where I need to go without much pain.Wish the quality of the fenders and chain guard was a little bit sturdier but other then that, LOVE IT.
Tue Sep 13 00:00:00 MDT 2011robmor1 Rating:5.0
I had to return it because they did not fit my bike, not sure if the pedal description was wrong (size) or the bike description (they were ordered at the same time from different companies. The pedals appear to be high quality from forged aluminium and I spun the pedals in my hand and they worked well, really cool. I would recommend them and the return of the merchandise to Overstock was excellent, I would buy from this company again.
Thu Nov 12 00:00:00 MST 2015Lorena A T. Rating:5.0
great bike for the value. you have many options, pedal on your own or three levels of assist.
Wed Nov 11 00:00:00 MST 2015Philip F. Rating:5.0
I am getting into mountain biking, but didn't want to spend my entire retirement on a bicycle. I found this bike to be very solid frame and good selection of components. I have modified it to meet my component desires such as thumb shifters, headset bearings, quick release axles, aggressive pedals and fenders. Have gotten a lot of positive comments on its looks and performance.
Sat Oct 31 00:00:00 MDT 2015Carson D. Rating:3.0
Good bike, poor manuals, poor Yukon Trail cust svc, but great Overstock return policy. The bike is well built and it works. I received the bike and assembled it despite poor assembly manuals. I tried to contact Yukon customer support by email and phone many, many times with no response. I was forced to call Overstock, who paid for the bike's return, shipping me a new bike. The only problem with the bike was a bad battery. I never could get pedal-assist to work, nor do I know how it should work. The handlebar throttle works fine. Despite the poor manuals and non-existent Yukon support, I am keeping the bike. I enjoy using it, thanks to Overstock. Note that Yukon Trail Inc, has a rating from the Better Business Bureau of F, which is very accurate.
Sun Jun 23 00:00:00 MDT 2013pennhiker Rating:3.0
In regards to what another reviewer terms as "unsafe", the "problem" she describes is known as toe overlap and is very common, especially on bicycles with smaller frames and larger wheels. It's not an unsafe condition and the majority of riders who experience toe overlap never have a problem while riding. The overlap occurs mostly at very low speeds and riders adjust their pedal position accordingly, soon becoming second nature. Also, if the majority of cyclist are pedaling with the arch of their foot in the middle of the pedal as claimed, they are doing it wrong. The proper foot position on a pedal is for the ball of the foot to be positioned over the center of the pedal. This bicycle is no more unsafe than the millions of other bicycles that have toe overlap.
Tue May 20 00:00:00 MDT 20141nama Rating:5.0
Having multiple aged grandchildren, our 3 adult children, my husband and I we chose the 20" Mobo Ultimate Pro for the convenience mostly of any or all of us being able to ride the bike with just having to adjust the length on the frame. The adjustment is easy, Our almost 6yr old grand-daughter Kasey knows how and can make the adjustment. Myself having not ridden a bike in probably 15+ years and Kasey having epilepsy were two of the reasons we chose this Mobo also. I was concerned with health issues I had been having the past few years, along with my doctor considering my health as FRAGILE that I would be lucky to be able to ride any bike. The bike for Kasey, we chose for her to be safer on her rides. I have to tell you the bike is awesome. Ok,, we read the reviews....it is a pedal bike, not a 10 speed or 3 speed just a pedal bike. We are having a ball with it. Certianly iss exercise, but it hasn't seemed like it. Pure fun to ride. Myself I have been riding approx. 4 miles a day. The very first day I rode 6 miles (in 3 diff rides). Amazed I was and am. Many said to me "OOOOOO, you are going to be sore tomorrow." Have not been yet. For anyone concerned about the leaning forward on a traditional bike and the pressure put on your wrists and hands, also your arms supporting your head and upper body...that is gone here with the Mobo. I am sitting back, pretty comfy and pedaling. I cannot say enough good about this bike. the only complaint Kasey has is that it is not pink and/or purple. My husband and I said we'd wished we had known about this bike when our twins were young. The Mobo could have eliminated the multiple bike purchases as our kids grew. Kasey has LONG legs and she can ride this bike wonderfully. She loves it. My husband and I are riding the Mobo. I am riding it almost daily when it has not been raining. Several friends have tried this bike. My daughter-in-law usually does not ride a bike because it has hurt her knees even when she was a child/teen....she has ridden once and no knee pain, just some good humored teasing as she rode in her work uniform and she is a security guard...it was then Kasey thought the Mobo needed a siren as the "cops was coming, the cops was coming" shouted Kasey with glee when her Mom rode. Ok, I think we have given you the idea we are loving this bike. Not only do we love this bike, we have 2 more being delivered today. If you want to go fast, this bike is not for you, want to ride and have fun, I would definitely recommend this bike.
Thu Jul 21 00:00:00 MDT 2011lckp Rating:3.0
I bought this for my spin bike. Granted, spin bikes have super hard and small seats, the theory being your not sitting on the seat, but standing pedaling. I'm not in that good of shape yet, so I still need to sit. It is a bit better, but not that great. I ended up putting some egg crate foam under the gel seat so I could actually sit and bike for as long as I wanted.
Fri Jan 20 00:00:00 MST 2012momof2inmd Rating:4.0
Our 8-yr old son, who's tall for his age (55"), got this bike for Christmas. But, like other reviewers here and on other shopping sites warned, the pedals FELL OFF! The pedals were completely the wrong size for the crank arms! I do have to say that once we called the correct Bike USA number, they were very helpful and apologetic. They sent us a new set of pedals within just a few days. BUT, considering it's a known problem, we wish they'd just correct the problem at the manufacturing end. The only other technical issue is the hand brake does need adjusting and tightening to work properly, so be sure to check that as well before sending your child off on the bike. The good part is, the bike is solid and our son loves it. He's been riding it nearly every day, in spite of temps in the 30s.
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