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Questions & Answers for Generic Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike

Question

Shifting question

Does this bike have the shifters and brake levers all in one?
asked 4 years, 3 months ago
By
ngtsky1
 - Bike Tech Of Southern Illinois
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
devianc
answer 2
yes. check out the Shimano website for more detail. Shimano Triple.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
dmkim01
 - Conyers, GA
answer 3
Yes, the shifters and brakes are all in one.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
By
MRWillo
 - Pensacola FL
answer 4
Yes - STI style.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
By
Biker7777
 - Cleveland, Ohio
answer 5
Yes, they are integrated shifters/brake levers.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
By
swifTri
answer 6
Yes, it does and love it
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
Egyah
 - Manassas, VA.
answer 7
Yes it does
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
By
Jsmikola
 - Toledo,Ohio
answer 8
Yes it does.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
By
AshokS
 - Palo Alto, CA
Question

Would this be appropriate for a woman?

Resonably priced women's road bikes are very hard to find. I want to START biking. Would this be a good start for me? Of all the height questions I read, I do think it's a good size for me at 5'5".
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
By
an anonymous customer
 - FL
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
my wife who is 5'1" was tempted to settle for this bike (order one just like mine) because she liked it so much. I would have gotten her. If you are 5.5.. you maybe ok. I am 5.7.. and fits perfect. distance from the ground to the top of the Top tube where your crotch will be is 30 inches. If you can clear that, you're ok. Go to Walmart and measure and sit on their bikes, then decide.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
dmkim01
 - Conyers, GA
answer 2
You are right. You need a 46 to 48 cm frame. Try bikesdirect.com - navigate to the roadbike you like - price and features. Or search for a "Terry Bike" engineered for a women, but a little more expensive. Do a search on Ebay and Amazon too for road bikes and add the frame size in cm, 46 and 48.
good luck - there are some good values - even a lady who specializes in smaller bikes on ebay out of Florida. Seek by searching and you will find!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
By
Biker7777
 - Cleveland, Ohio
answer 3
This is a 52cm road bike, i'm 5'3" and its a little big for me, i think it would be perfect for someone 5'5"
answered 4 years ago
By
AmatureBiker
 - wisconsin
answer 4
You need to make sure the frame size is a good fit. It has a 52cm frame.

Use the online road bike frame calculator to determine if it would be a good fit for you.

http://www.ebicycles.com/bicycle-tools/frame-sizer/road-bike
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
guyinnj
 - Morristown, NJ
answer 5
This will be perfect both the look and performance.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
Egyah
 - Manassas, VA.
answer 6
im 5-11 male. I see that after riding this bike it has a good seat post that you can let down. And at your size and seeing other ladies ride this would be a great first bike,thats why i got it. you will be happy.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
xrider
 - Tacoma,wa
answer 7
Yes! My wife is around 5'4" and I let her use it, I just have to adjust the seat down. For her reach to the handlebars, she is comfortable too. She likes going fast with this bike also, because of the tires are thin: size is 700c x 25c. Very slick bike. We know you going to love this bike too.
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answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
ElectronicEngineer
 - Bartlett, IL
Question

The better bike...Triace S503 or Schwinn CF1000

Ready to purchase my first road bike and for the money like both the Schwinn and the Triace. Can anyone tell me which is better.

Also, is the Triace handlebar stem adjustable?
asked 4 years, 3 months ago
By
bighamms
 - St. Louis, MO
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Triace is excellent. it is 52 cm frame. the CF1000 is larger. it is a larger frame to take that into consideration.
CF1000 sure looks good, but I think the shifting mechanism is different. check into it. Triace shifters are great. It is combo shifter/brake lever.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
dmkim01
 - Conyers, GA
answer 2
Triace is the best value hands down if it is the proper fit - it is a 54cm bike even though frame is marked 52cm (because it is a compact frame).

The stems are quickly interchangeable in under 5 minutes with an allen head wrench. Walmart on-line sells different lengths of stems (good prices) or you can get a stem at a bike shop if you need a different length. Also both sell adjustable stems if you need to alter height from time to time. The length is fixed 110cm - does not pivot up or down. Once the steerer tube is cut on the fork and it is installed there is minimum adjustment. If a spacer is left above the cap and spacer above stem, if they left tube some adjustment, can be removed and stem with handle bars pulled out of the way then spacer put back then stem above the spacer and cap replaced on the steerer tube - gently. But it is limited. This fits a five foot 9 to 5' 10 inch person perfectly - but there is height and length to consider.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
By
Biker7777
 - Cleveland, Ohio
answer 3
I've had the CF1000 for a year and have put about 1300 miles on it. Only 3 flats, knock on wood. Learned to adjust everything myself, so no problem there. Excellent derailleurs, brakes, rims and rubber. Carbon front and rear works well for smoothing the road, but it's still a road bike. It weighs in right at 20 lbs. The only issue that arose was the crank bearing would begin clicking on hills after riding 20 miles or so. Called Schwinn and they sent me the new part right away. I bought the tools for installing it as I enjoy DIY. Awesome customer service! All riding in Texas hill country so I can attest to the benefit of the largest rear sprocket at 28T. The down side is the rear only drops to 14T and this leaves you wishing for a 12 on the flats and downhills. The front sprocket is 53/43 which is why they used a 28 for some climbing help. All in all a very strange combination, but I've enjoyed the bike immensely. I'm 5'10" with 32.5 inseam and it fits me well. I don't think the Triace would work for me. As I've increased my mileage, I've found comfort is critical. There's enough numbness and other discomforts after 30-40 miles that the fit should be your number one concern.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
By
Timbo2
 - Austin
answer 4
Both are outstanding values but I have the Triace because it is the right size bike for me. The 3rd crank sprocket is only an advantage because of the tall steep hills where I ride. A 14 to 20 speed 52 or 53 cm bike the quality of the Triace with a 34 & 53 crank and 12-28 cassette would probably meet my needs just as well. In short, if you have narrowed your search down to these 2 bikes get the one that fits you.

The Triace comes with 2 carbon fiber spacers on the stem that can be removed to lower the handlebars for a more aero posture. Perhaps more spacers could be added?
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
By
RickandRoni
 - Alabama
answer 5
Triace - better crank, less money, and 24 speed instead of 14. Non-adjustable stem.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
By
Jsmikola
 - Toledo,Ohio
answer 6
I would rate the Triace a better bike for one reason and that is the gear range. (It is also an awesome value at $399!)

The Schwinn I believe has carbon fiber stays as well as fork, and it does have Sora shifters, but oddly, it only has 14 gears.... weird for what would otherwise be a decent entry level road bike.

Before buying either bike, go to a manufacturers website like Schwinn's and check their sizing chart (http://www.schwinnbike.com/usa/eng/Bike-Size). The WORST thing you can do is buy a road bike that has either too large or small a frame size for your build.

If you do buy either of these and are serious about getting into road biking, do yourself a favor & take it to a local bike shop & have them do a 'fitting' for you (they will adjust bikes that they did not sell as a service). They will charge you $50-$100, but they will make sure that it is the right 'fit' for you and it will make your riding much more comfortable & enjoyable!

P.S. Also pick up a couple of the Bell carbon fiber bottle cages & the cycling glasses Walmart sells along w/ a bike pump. All awesome values for an entry level biker & great quality. I am a road biker & I am truly surprised at the quality of many cycling accessories at Walmart.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
By
guyinnj
 - Morristown, NJ
Question

Is the shifter like the shimano STI shifter? brake and shifter integrated? I cant seem to see it on the picture.

asked 3 years, 11 months ago
By
janmike
 - Sacramento
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
yes
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
By
gould71
answer 2
Although the brake and the shifters are integrated, shifting is done with a down-shift button and a side-swinging brake handle. The STI shifts with a separate lever within brake handle.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
MonsterMosh
 - Derry, NH
answer 3
Yes, it is integrated. The brake levers shift the chain to the larger cogs and chain rings and there is an inboard button or small lever which moves the chain the opposite direction.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
LanterneRouge
 - Columbia, SC
answer 4
yes it is. it is integrated. it took me awhile to figure it out when i first got it. i was not used to such technology.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
dmkim01
answer 5
yes, STI, and there aren't any granny brake levers. It maybe Suntour micro shift - but essentially the same - twist brake hood to lower grears and depress button to move down a sprocket to the next smaller (higher) gear ratio. It has a shimano derailleur, cassette, and crank! Nice chain! comes with toeclip pedals - add clipless and shoes to fully appreciate - upgrade tires when they wear out and this is a tremendous value. Frame is actually 54cm - only said 52 cm because is compact frame and measured differently - to center of top tube from bottom bracket instead of top of seat tube. Stem length reflects a 54cm bike at 110 cm. perfect for someone 5'9'' to 5' 11'.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
By
Biker7777
 - Cleveland, Ohio
answer 6
Yes, they are integrated shifters/brake levers.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
By
swifTri
Question

Does this bike have quick release hubs for tire changes? The photos really aren't clear.

asked 3 years, 3 months ago
By
Mikey19
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
yes
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
By
gould71
answer 2
Yes.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
By
Veryhappyuser
 - Gillette, NJ
answer 3
Yes.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
devianc
answer 4
yes
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
ChiChoung
 - Fremont,CA
answer 5
Yes, both front and back
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
MonsterMosh
 - Derry, NH
answer 6
Yes. Both the front and back tire have the quick release. The two pictures are from the actual Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike, i have one. Sorry if the pictures are blurry.
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answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
TraiceQuestion
Question

What type of Air Pump do you use for this bike?

The valve stems for the enter tube is very small and a regular bike pump doesn't work on it. What type of air pump do I need? Thank you in advance,

Mark
asked 3 years, 5 months ago
By
marimar1
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
You need a shrader valve adapter
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
By
gould71
answer 2
You can use any air pump that can push in 110 psi. Something more than a basketball pump will do the trick.

Also you'll need to go to a local bike shop and a presta valve adapter for $1. This valve is much more reliable in keeping air in your tires.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
devianc
answer 3
You need to look for a bike pump with a "Presta" (European,French) value
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
MonsterMosh
 - Derry, NH
answer 4
Presta valves. Just a pump that's compatible. u unscrew the top first
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
RedRufio
 - Grand Rapids, mi
answer 5
The bike has what's called a "Presta" valve, versus a Shrader valve found on cheaper wheels and on car tires. You will need to go to a bike shop and purchase a tire pump that accepts a presta valve. You can also get an adapter from a bike shop to convert a sharder female to accept a presta valve. As far as pumps you can get a floor pump with pressure gauge (handy if you want to know exact air pressure in the tires), a hand pump that you can take with you in case of flats, or CO2 cartridge refill container with receptacle. The people at the bike shop can help you.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
Chazpdx
 - Portland, OR
answer 6
You'll need a Presta head for your pump. You can buy a Schrader-to-Presta adapter at your local bike shop for less than a dollar. Have your shop show you how to attach it and how to properly operate your valve stems if you have any questions.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
LanterneRouge
 - Columbia, SC
Question

What Shimano components are the shifters, front derailer, and rear derailer (Sora, 105, Tiagra, etc...)?

asked 4 years, 6 months ago
By
soonercntry
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
shifter is Shimano 2203, the combo shifter/brake. very nice. the rear is good enough. front is ok.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
dmkim01
 - Conyers, GA
answer 2
This bike comes with Shimano 2300 components.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
By
BikerOneThousand
 - Calumet, MI
answer 3
It is a generic Shimano triple crank - big ring is 50 teeth. Cassette is 11x 26 teeth 8 speed shimano. The STI 8 speed shifters are equivalent to Shimano Sora quality. It has Promax brakes (excellent), Quality Canecreek headset. Rear derailleur is a generic Shimano as is front tripple derailleur.
keeping the Shimano componenets non namebrands, like 105, Sora, etc. keeps the price very affordable! This is the best value on the market, but only comes in a single size which is why Walmart can offer such a great value. You need to between 5-9 and 5-11 to enjoy the bike's fit. Tires are Kenda - stock tires and after getting some miles from training before riding on a century ride or competing in a road race or using for a triathlon you will want to upgrade the tires to 700 x 23c - comes with 25c. Also you will want to add look style or clipless pedals and shoes to get the maximum ride quality for this quality of bike. Rims are excellent. Probably hubs and rims are its lowest point, but you will probably want to upgrade your wheels if you compete anyway, but excellent for training and wet weather as is. The bottom brack is square taper - so is easy to replace!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
By
Biker7777
 - Cleveland, Ohio
answer 4
The shifters are Sora 2203. Overall, components aren't top of the line, but not the bottom either. Good starter set and because most of the setup is Shimano, one could easily add higher end components to fill out the bike. the brakes are made by PROMAX and appear to be their top of the line product. Also, there are a few items that can be removed/changed to decrease weight.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
By
bighamms
 - St. Louis, MO
answer 5
The components on this bike are very entry level as well as the price. Shimano 2200- 2300.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
By
JWheat
 - Rancho Cucamonga, Ca.
answer 6
Front derailer is the Shimano FD 2303 triple; crankset is Shimano FC 2303; not sure about the other components.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
By
afkid
Question

Does anyone know how much this bike weighs and if different frame sizes are available? Thank you!

asked 4 years, 6 months ago
By
canescrazy
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
It weighs between 20 and 21 lbs. It only comes in one size - it is a compact size frame marked a 52cm, but is really a 54cm as the seat tube projects up from the top tube. If you are between 5-9 and 5-11 the bike is ideal for you unless you have unique proportions, ie. less than 28 inch inseam or really long upperbody. The stem is slightly longer which is perfect for me as I have a slightly longer upper body for my inseam. This is the best value on the market for a new bike if it is the right size for you and you want a light, fast, road bike.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
By
Biker7777
 - Cleveland, Ohio
answer 2
With reflectors removed but with supplied pedals and seat in place my 52 cm Triace weighs 22.8 lbs. Rick
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
By
RickandRoni
 - Alabama
answer 3
52cm is the size. I ordered 2 of the bikes and need to return them because they are too small for my daughter and myself, we are 5'9' and 5'8'. I wish they had posted that on the website. The bikes look and feel great we were disappointed they didn't work for us.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
By
tritrainingmom
answer 4
The bike is only available in one size at this point which seems to be in around 56cm. As far as the weight not sure. Aluminum and carbon fiber 19.7lbs.- 22lbs.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
By
JWheat
 - Rancho Cucamonga, Ca.
answer 5
I just got my bike on Weds and it weighs in at 20 lbs and the size is 50 cm as the seat post is 20 inches long.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
By
afkid
answer 6
The frame size is 52cm. It is not available at this time in any other size. The Bike weight is 24.92 lbs. This is a great entry level bike.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
By
M4E2
Question

Would this fit a 5'8"/5'9" person?

I've seen a lot of different answers in regards to size. I'm 5' 8.5" and 30.5" inseam, would this bike fit me? Can't really go to a store to try it for size since the closest stocked store is like 3 hours away...
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
By
bob78h
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
You are perfect for the bike with your inseam of 29 to 30 inches (measure tape between legs - floor to crotch - normal stance. Stem is perfect length for your height too. the frame sais 52cm, but is really a 54cm because it has a compact frame and the standover height (frame size) is measured slightly differently. Take advantage of this great price!! Upgrade tires later - even wheels too. Add clipless pedals and shoes to get the full pleasure of riding this bike and add your favorite syle of seat later too.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
By
Biker7777
 - Cleveland, Ohio
answer 2
According to the sizing chart at www.neilprydebikes.com, this won't be too small for you by any means. It may, however, be just slightly too big. According to the measurements you have given, the proper frame size for you would be a 51". This bike is only available as a 52" frame. If you can't go to a Walmart, see if a friend might have a 52" frame bike that you could use for sizing. Straddle the bike and then lift the front wheel off the ground by pulling up on the handle bars. If you can lift the wheel 1 to 2 inches, this bike should fit you just fine.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
By
swifTri
answer 3
It should. According to an online bike calculator, your optimum size is a 53cm frame... only thing is, most bike manufacturers don't make a 53cm frame!

It said that you should consider a 52cm frame (the size of this bike) or a 54cm frame.

Try it! If it is not the right size, you can still return it to a local Walmart store. It is an outstanding value!

Here's a link to a road bike frame size calculator

http://www.ebicycles.com/bicycle-tools/frame-sizer/road-bike
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
guyinnj
 - Morristown, NJ
answer 4
I am 5'7 and did not raise the seat that much. I think it will work perfect.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
Egyah
 - Manassas, VA.
answer 5
yes, it would be perfect. im 5-11 and adjust the post and i have no snags.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
xrider
 - Tacoma,wa
answer 6
It should be fined for you because you can adjust the seat up. See my picture with this answer. I am 5'7" and it still have some more to adjust up when I adjusted it to my height.
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answered 4 years, 2 months ago
By
ElectronicEngineer
 - Bartlett, IL
Question

About assembly

I'm going to buy this awesome bike and prefer to site to store. My question is what tools should I get to assemble this bike. Are a set of allen wrenches and a pump enough? Or do I need an open-end wrench and something else to install the fork or crank?
Thanks in advance.
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
By
JohnnyBike2011
on Triace 24-Speed Aluminum Road Bike
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Allen wrenchs, screw drivers and a open end wrench for the pedals. Also a shrader valve adapter to put ait in the tires
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
By
gould71
answer 2
Very easy to assembly,

You need allen wrnches and screw driver.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
ChiChoung
 - Fremont,CA
answer 3
You'll need a metric Allen-wrench set (4mm and 5mm, most used) and a (good) screwdriver set to do most of the adjustments. You'll need a bike pump with a Presta valve adapter. Both the fork and cranks are already installed for you.
If you want to put on your own pedals (like the clip-less one), you will need a 15mm narrow open end wrench to remove the toe-clips.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
By
MonsterMosh
 - Derry, NH
answer 4
The fork and crank are already installed. All you'll need is a set of metric allen wrenches and maybe a pedal wrench. For tuning the derailleurs (if needed) you'll need a philips screwdriver and the knowledge on how to do so. It's not hard to do and you can find the information you need at http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help

I hope this helps!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
LanterneRouge
 - Columbia, SC
answer 5
AIRC, to assemble the bike you need a set of metric allen wrenches, a pump, and some small screwdrivers to make any needed gearing adjustments. Just basic tools...
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
Mi2centswerth
answer 6
4, 5, 6mm allen wrench and airpump that can pump smaller sized stem. Go to Walmart and get the one that has a built in gauge and can pump both smaller and larger stems. You need the built in gauge so that you know how much air to pump (max 125 psi for this tire).
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
dmkim01
 - Conyers, GA
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