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Huffy 26” Rock Creek 18-Speed Mountain Bike
The Huffy Rock Creek 26-inch Mountain Bike in light sea crystal blue combines a hardtail frame, great style and the right specs to have a blast over bumps on paved trails or rides around the neighborhood. Smooth 18-speed index shifting system with a Shimano rear indexed derailleur consistently shifts between gears for quick adjustments venturing uphill or accelerating on level ground.
Plus, the front suspension fork responds as you ride for better control over curbs, potholes, and branches.
The slim ATB saddle includes an alloy quick-release seat binder for easy adjustments to the right height, or to simply remove when needed. Lightweight aluminum rims and 3-piece steel crank improve performance for a solid ride. Kraton MTB grips add comfort for a great hold while you enjoy the great ride of the Huffy Rock Creek. From Huffy. We Make Fun.
26-inch Mountain Bike Features:
- FEATURE: 18-speed bike’s twist shifting system with Shimano rear derailleur delivers a consistent response for uphill and downhill rides.
- Frame and Fork: Hardtail frame and front suspension fork combine for a responsive ride.
- Speeds: 18-speed mountain bike delivers consistent twist shifting with the rear indexed derailleur.
- Brakes: Front and rear linear-pull brakes provide consistent, dependable control.
- Seat: Padded saddle, with durable stitching, can be easily adjusted to the right height.
- Rims: Lightweight aluminum rims improve performance.
- Grips: Huffy-branded Kraton grips provide a performance style and comfortable feel.
- Quick Seat Adjustment: Quick-release binder clip makes it easy to adjust the seat as needed.
- Pedals: ATB resin mountain bike pedals have just the right amount of grip.
- Clear assembly instructions included.
- Limited Lifetime Frame Warranty. Warranty information is located in the product’s manual.
From Huffy, the company making quality bicycles since 1892.