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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Hyper Shocker. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
7 reasons to buy
- The Hyper Shocker is available at a budget-friendly price.
- Riders will find comfort over obstacles with the full suspension setup on the bike.
- Users found the grip shifters on the bike easy to use.
- The bike’s seat is easy to adjust. This allows riders of a variety of heights to utilize it.
- The black and red colors of the bike are vibrant and appealing to riders.
- The bike's wide gear range allows riders to maneuver it over hills. The bike has 18 gears.
- Hyper sends the bike pre-assembled. Users found the required assembly easy.
12 reasons not to buy
- Users report that the chain broke with minimal use on the Shocker.
- Riders found the bike’s shifting consistently had issues.
- Low-quality tires quickly wore on the Shocker.
- The brakes on the Hyper Shocker can become bent out of place.
- Riding on pavement caused one user’s handlebars to loosen. They had to stop frequently to tighten them.
- The grips on the bike wear with minimal use.
- Many users were shocked at how annoyingly noisy the bike was pedaling and braking.
- Test riders found the wheels did not spin smoothly.
- The stock seat is extremely uncomfortable. Testers suggest replacing it.
- Doing tricks on the bike can damage it, easily. One rider broke their rim trying tricks.
- Users were greatly disappointed that this full suspension mountain bike lacks a dropper post.
- Riders taller than 5’9” found the bike to be too small.