Motobecane Outcast

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26.7 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Motobecane Outcast. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

5 reasons to buy

  • A low price bought owners a steel frame, disc brakes and decent components.
  • Clearance allows for tires up to 42c in width.
  • The Outcast UNO Pro featured Shimano MT200 hydraulic brakes.
  • Owners called the Outcast a “good-looking bike”.
  • The gear ratio was well-suited to cruising and pavement use.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A long wheelbase meant less whippy handling than the Fantom Cross Uno.
  • An irregular 26mm seatpost could be less stiff than a standard 27.2mm post.
  • While the Outcast could come across as an MTB, it wasn’t built for real singletrack.

Expert Reviews

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Fabian Martinez

2020 Motobecane Outcast UNO Pro

It rips… the gear ratio is pretty good for flat pavement… Not bad for something for this price.

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SMHooligans

Review: Motobecane Outcast 29er

…for a completely rigid bike, it sure did handle the bumps well… I really enjoyed riding this bike, and it did everything what I expected… However, arriving with a 42T stock chainring, a flip-flop hub + fixed gear cog, and mounts for racks and fenders, the package really says “Hybrid/Commute bike” more than MTB.

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User Ratings

84/100 based on 32 ratings
  • 5 star
    53%
  • 4 star
    31%
  • 3 star
    6%
  • 2 star
    3%
  • 1 star
    6%

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Rankings

Compared to other bikes
#69 Best Commuter - City
Bottom 50%
#50 Best Beginners
Bottom 50%
#204 Best of All Bikes
Bottom 40%

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