The GMC Topkick Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike is loaded with features you would expect to find on a much more expensive bike. The sturdy frame, front/rear suspension and 21 speed gearing all combine to up the performance. The front and rear braking system is designed to stop you no matter what the environmental conditions.
The heart of any bike is the frame and the Topkick mountain bike features an very sturdy all aluminum frame with a rear floating beam suspension system. The front forks are Zoom CH-386 suspension design.This design helps to absorb the heavy jarring and jolting while riding on heavy terrain.
The Dual-Suspension mountain bike features 21-speed gearing, withShimano TZ-30GS derailleurs and microshifters. The braking is handled front and rear with Promax disk brakes. Which are designed to improve stopping power no matter what the weather conditions.
The wheelset features durable aluminum wheels and high-flange alloy hubs. The spokes are set in a tight V-shape. The wheelset also features tires with MTB tread. The overall build quality and added features for speed, comfort no matter what terrain you chose to ride on; relatively flat road and heavy duty wooded areas. There is at least one store online that has these for sale with free shipping as of today.
Key Features of the GMC Topkick Mountain Bike
- Dual suspension design
- Shimano TZ-30GS derailleurs and microshift shifters
- Back and front heavy duty disk brakes
- 21-speed gearing
- The front and rear suspension add an unique feel to your ride
- Disk brakes really come in handy in wet and muddy conditions
- Fairly quick and easy assembly
- A bit on the heavy side
What are consumers saying about the GMC Topkick Dual-Suspension Bike?
During our research for the GMC Topkick Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike we discovered more than 150 customer reviews posted online. The reviewers gave it mostly four and five stars out of a possible five stars.
The dual suspension was definitely the attention getter, but it is far more practical. The front and rear suspension will smooth out even the roughest terrain. The front and rear disk brakes are hands down better than rim style brakes when it comes to stopping in adverse weather conditions. The only real negative we were able to find from all the reviewers was that it was a bit on the heavy side.
All in all, the positives of the GMC Topkick Dual-Suspension Mountain Bike far outweigh the negatives.