Enjoy a day riding around town or on mountain trails with the Ozone 500® Women's Charger 26" 18-Speed Bicycle. This bicycle features a front shock fork and suspension to help soften the impact of rugged terrain and 26" wheels with alloy rims for a smooth ride whether you're on smooth roads or rough mountain paths. Front and rear V brakes allow reliable stopping.
Front shock fork and suspension helps soften the impact of rough terrain
26" x 1.95" wheels with alloy rims offer a smooth riding experience
Twist-grip shift controls
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
What's in the Box
Ozone 500® Women's Charger 26" 18-Speed Bicycle
Manufacturer warranty - general:
Lifetime (frame and fork)
Manufacturer warranty - parts:
Product height (in.):
Product width (in.):
Product weight (lb.):
Maximum weight capacity (lb.):
12 years and up
Number of speeds:
26 in. x 1.95 in.
Front and rear V
Product length (in.):
Rated 3 out of
Not sure yetI have been wanting a bike for a while...and finally decided to get one....I wanted something to vary my training.... the instructions are vague on assembly, and I will agree with the seat on this one....horrible....I just added a gel padding I got today from academy... not sure it is much better ....took it for a mile spin...going to really have to work on getting the right gear with right friction...
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 2 out of
Not happy with the little thingsThere are no bolt threads to put a water bottle holder. My bike arrived with the box torn to shreds, parts sticking out. A spoke was ripped out of the wheel. The frame had scratches, black marks, and the decals were not put on very well. I have yet to ride it, but I do advise just from sitting on it, to get a different seat. It felt like I was sitting on a rock. If I am able to update this review, I will later with pictures.
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 4 out of
Easy assemblyAssembly was easy how ever, the seat needs to be cushioned better.
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How do I raise the handlebars? The bars are too low and putting extreme pressure on my lower back.
Asked by: Shelly Monae
Hello Shelly Monae,
You can adjust the handlebar height a bit by adjusting stem height. A quill stem has an etched or stamped mark on its shaft which designates the stem’s “Minimum Insertion” or “Maximum Extension”. This mark must not be visible above the headset. There are different styles of handlebar clamps, but all attach to the bicycle with a stem bolt and wedge nut.
Also, please feel free to reference the bike's owner manual to view figures.
Answered by: AntoniaD
Date published: 2016-11-04
Is it aluminum frame?
Asked by: Roban
Thank you for your inquiry. Currently, we are researching the product. Please feel free to check back for an update.
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