Assembly was not so easy, but not impossible. Frame and forks had small scratches from shipping. Rear derailer needs small adjustment. Handlebars are small feeling; I'll probably stick with them for now. There is NOWHERE to mount a drink bottle because of the design; I'll have to find a plan B. Hubs and crank are greased well. Pedals are small and don't "grab" your feet, but I haven't slipped off yet. After one month and 20+ miles it is worth the money. I can't figure out the difference between this one and the Glacier bike; They seem the same, just color difference.
Purchased for fiancee's Birthday Gift. Arrived quick, but damaged out of box. Looks like it was used and repackaged. Paint on bottom rail of frame scratched like it was rode over a rock, and the side stickers (Titan) were peeled off and a sticky residue was turned black/brown from being handled.
I received the bike with a warped front disk. This prevented me and my local bike shop from getting the front breaks to a working condition. Overstock was great about the situation and promptly sent me a new front wheel assembly. This one was slightly better but still caused rubbing against the disk. After putting about 80 miles on the bike the gears were slipping, I had an undetermined popping sound and the breaking issues. I decided to return the bike. I ended up spending the extra money and got a **** * *******. Difference is night and day.