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K2 Attack 2.0 Mountain Bike - 2006 (MTB)

Closeouts. Launch a blitz against the mountain's might in the full-suspension K2 Attack 2.0 mountain bike. Aggressive climbing will be no problem atop the lightweight Active Link 7000 series aluminum frame as you change gears with the Shimano Deore shifters and derailleurs.

  • DRIVETRAIN
  • Shifters - Shimano Deore Rapidfire Plus
  • Front Derailleur - Shimano Deore
  • Rear Derailleur - Shimano Deore
  • Crank - Truvativ Isoflow, 22/32/44T
  • Cassette - SunRace cassette, 11-32T
  • Bottom Bracket - Sealed Cartridge
  • WHEELS
  • Rims - Alex ID19 double-wall
  • Hubs - Disc-specific with 32 black stainless spokes per wheel
  • Tires - WTB Mutano Raptor 26x2.14"
  • FRAME SET
  • Frame - Active Link suspension design, 7000 series aluminum
  • Fork-Front Suspension - Answer Manitou Trace Super, 100 mm Travel with oil damping and rebound adj
  • Rear Suspension - Coil-over, oil damped with preload and rebound damping adjustments, up to 4" of travel
  • Headset - 1-1/8" threadless, Zero Stack style
  • COMPONENTS
  • Saddle - WTB Speed V Sport
  • Seatpost - Aluminum microadjust, 350 mm
  • Handlebar - Alloy riser bar
  • Stem - Alloy threadless
  • Brake Levers - Tektro RS-360
  • Brakes - Tektro IO mechanical discs
  • Pedals - Resin MTB, with steel cage
  • Weight: 35 lb. 12 oz.
  • Closeouts. China.
  • Size: S(14-15") M(16-17") L(18-19") XL(20-21")
  • Bicycle must be assembled by a qualified bicycle mechanic. $45 shipping and handling charge; must ship UPS Ground within the continental U.S. only. Delivery charge cannot be applied to special shipping offers.
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  • Reviewed by love2ride from san jose ca on Sunday, July 15, 2012
    This was my first mountain bike and it is a great one to learn on. The frame is sturdy and forgiving. Its a blast to ride fast downhill and for component set it s a great price.
    • Best Uses: Casual Trails, Cross Country, Downhill, Free Riding, Single Track
    • Cons: Heavy
    • Describe Yourself: Avid Cyclist
    • Pros: Forgiving, Handles Well, Rugged, Smooth Ride, Sturdy
    • Was this a gift?: No
  • Reviewed by big dog tk from winter park Co. on Saturday, October 3, 2009
    I am a pro D.H. rider for Trestle bike park in winter park Colorado. My first thought was i'll try it. once i got up to my racing speed you find that it sucks. the tubes (no matter what kind you buy) are always poping(even with the best spock sealers).The shifter brock just from average shifting. the break cables are hard to pull even after many tune ups. the frame is as flimsy as tinfoil. The fork is one of the worst on the market, offering almost no adjustment at all and it is always tight.
    • Best Uses: FOR SITTING IN THE GARAGE
    • Cons: Flimsy Construction, Handles Poorly, Poor Components, WHEELS SUCK
    • Describe Yourself: Competitive Cyclist
    • Pros: BREAKING DOWN
  • Reviewed by Jest from Hell, Arizona on Wednesday, September 9, 2009
    Great bike, have dropped it, kicked it, crashed it, still alive :). Put street tires on it and it is great for around town. Quick tire change and I can hit the trail.
    • Best Uses: Commuting, Mountain Biking
    • Cons: Heavy
    • Describe Yourself: Casual Cyclist
    • Pros: Attractive Design, Durable, Handles Well
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