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2012 Verde Eon Bike

Average User Rating: (Very Good)
2012 Verde Eon Bike Matte black with blue
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“Pretty good..”

The Good: i like the colors and well everything besides the pedals,bars and grips

The Bad: Pedals...brakes and bars and the grips

Overall Review: Pretty good overall but 2 weeks in the pedals broke first day i got it i took my breaks off lol an now its been a month and my bars are brent and grips are shitty..

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“2012 verde eon”

The Good: light looks nice cool colors strong good parts

The Bad: brakes are horrible front hub doesnt spin too well cranks squeak a little

Overall Review:

great bike, nice parts, light, strong, holds up well, i do a bunch on it and nothing has broke yet, very happy with it

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“its ok i guess”

The Good: the frame is very strong it does not break or snap forks are pretty solid back up isnt too bad

The Bad: Over all the bike kinda sucks ive had it for a year now and about every part has broken my back rim cracked on the weld my bars bent and eventually broke off the duo grips suck wth is up with the plastic seat the front hub always breaks it always gets stuck no matter how much you grease it The forks compresson bolt bends very easaly and the cranks snap like tooth pics (btw im only weigh 112) and the bearings in the bb wear out and stop turning in like 5 months so basically this bike is only decent if you do what i do what i did add all odyssey parts to where i said the problems were and youll spend a crap load of money like i did and the bike will be worth more money then a sunday forecaster special which is about 1,200

Overall Review:

bike sucks if you dont spend anymoney on it

if you put money into it it will be decent

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Specifications

Model Year 2012
Frame 1020 hi-ten construction
    Materials
    Top Tube Length
    Chainstay Length
    Head Tube Angle
    Seat Tube Angle
    Standover Height
    BB Height
    Brakemounts
    Dropouts
Fork Chromoly steerer tube
Handlebar 1020 hi-ten construction with 8.1" rise
Stem Aluminum front load with side cut-outs, black
Grips DUO Cranmer, colour-matched with DUO Resilite bar ends
Bar Ends DUO Resilite
Headset Sealed integrated bearings with replaceable cups
Cranks Heat-treated 3-piece tubular chromoly, 170mm
Sprocket Verde 25 tooth, steel
Bottom Bracket Sealed mid BB, 19mm
Pedals Plastic, new design
Chain Taya 410, black
Driver/Freewheel 9T driver
Front Rim Aero design, single wall, color anodized
Rear Rim Single wall, color anodized
Front Hub 3/8" axle with loose ball bearings
Rear Hub 14mm axle with semi-sealed 9 tooth driver
Front Tire 2.3" all around use
Rear Tire 2.3" all around use
Spokes Color matched with silver nipples
Seat 2-piece injection molded plastic seat
Seatpost Integrated into seat
Seatpost Clamp Aluminum clamp, color-matched anodized
Brakes U-brake with soft compound pads
Brake Levers Aluminum lever with Resilite clamping area
Detangler N/A
Cable Standard, black
Pegs N/A
Colors Matte black with blue, purple, or red
Weight

25 lb 5 oz (11.5 kg)

Miscellaneous
Price $339.99
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