Cruisers for short riders are motorcycles that have been designed specifically for riders who are shorter in stature. These bikes typically have a lower seat height and a more upright riding position, which makes them more comfortable and easier to control for riders who are shorter in height.
Cruisers are a great choice for shorter riders who want a bike that is easy to handle and that offers a comfortable riding experience.
Bring it anywhere This mini cruiser is ready to ride when it arrives. Easily pack Quip in your backpack and take it anywhere. Perfect for commuting or just leisurely rolling around the block. Small, but mighty Never judge a board by its size.
Quip is 22. 5″ worth of push-power for the skater on the go. High-speed carbon bearings, a grippy deck, and soft wheels will have you riding all day long. Choose from endless combinations for your own little fleet of Quips.
Match it to your outfit, your mood, and your vibe.
Got this bad boy in the mail yesterday, and it‚Äôs SO FUN. I‚Äôve wanted to try skateboarding since I was a little kid, and with quarantine/the pandemic, now seemed like the perfect time to finally go for it (my partner and I had to move back in with my parents temporarily, given the Greater Global Catastrophe, and it‚Äôs been a hard transition, but at least I‚Äôve had more time to exercise)! The price was great, the quality seems great for what I‚Äôve paid, and it‚Äôs a really nice little board for just zooming around.
Just some good, wholesome fun. Definitely worth noting that you‚Äôll want to loosen up the wheels a little before going for it (I have a skate tool from my roller skates, and it worked perfectly for the job).
I had a zed longboard for a while, but im a tiny person with asthma so its hard to push that heavy thing around. So I started looking into a penny because they are light and fast, and obvi i looked to retrospec bc they are my fav skate brand, and they had a penny.
So I ordered the 27”, and I love it so much! I ride it all the time, its fast, its light, and it gets you from point a to point b very well. Highly recommend to anyone, whether a beginner or experienced skater.
Electric Cruiser Bike with 250 Watt Rear Hub Drive Motor with a classically styled beach cruiser frame that provides maximum comfort and riding ease. An uncomplicated E-Bike, designed with simplicity as the goal with an alluring frame design reminiscent of classic cruiser bikes.
Easy stop disc brakes, smooth seven speed derailleur, and whisper quiet motor and battery. It won?? t look like you’re riding an E-Bike on the Around the Block, with the integrated motor, battery and hidden cabling.
My husband and I started our full time RV living/working remotely journey 9 months ago and travel to new locations every 4-6 weeks. I knew I wanted a bike to enjoy in the RV parks and for our exploring adventures that allow biking.
I had a nice hybrid bike that I had to sell because I developed carpal tunnel and the pressure on my hands leaning down to the handlebars made biking very uncomfortable. I’m also a plus size woman so I took all of this into consideration when researching the right bike for me.
I found the EVRYjourney, and it met all my requirements, and it did not disappoint. I LOVE this bike. The cruiser style fits me well, especially the handlebars, and it was easy to assemble and adjust so that I ride comfortably.
The seat is even comfortable, and I’ve never had a bike before where I didn’t immediately order a new seat. I added the lift off basket and rear rack bag to have plenty of storage for biking essentials and purchases.
We recently biked the 8. 2 miles around Mackinac Island and my EVRYjourney made the ride so easy and enjoyable. I highly recommend this bike if you are looking for comfort, style and great quality.
I bought this bike to try to get in better shape. The reason I wanted an electric bike was because I wanted to push myself and then use the electric only to ride back if I pushed myself too far. Plus I needed a way to get back home to accommodate multiple musculoskeletal issues that I was afraid would leave me stranded and struggling to return on a manual bike.
I haven’t rid a bike in years so I was hesitant to spend this amount on a bike I hadn’t test driven and I lacked confidence in my physical ability as I have multiple disabilities. First off this bike has changed my life.
I started off riding a couple miles and being tired. After a few weeks I was up to 5 miles multiple times a week. I’m so excited to have a means of exercise that gets my heart rate up, doesn’t exacerbate my disabilities, and is enjoyable.
I have had my bike for 2 months now and last month I rode 70 miles and met the weekly recommend moderate activity for multiple weeks in a row. I have done 7, 8, 9 mile rides so far. I originally thought I wouldn’t get my heart beat up much with an electric bike but to the contrary.
My fitbit shows my rides and where my heart increases to fat burning and cardio. Now I have plans by the end of March to ride 6 miles to work and 6 miles back 2-3 times a week. I couldn’t have even imagined this goal as a possibility 2 months ago and now this is realistic.
This bike is comfortable and is a joy to ride. The seat is cushy and comfortable. The hand grips are comfortable. I have issues with my hands and was worried about pain but this hasn’t been a problem and I’m quite comfortable with the grips and angle of the handlebars.
This bike is sturdy and comfortable. The battery lasts a long time. I could probably ride 4 or 5 days 5-6 miles a day until I need to recharge. I usually recharge every 2-3 rides but that is because I’m the type of person who fills my gas tank up when it is 3/4th full.
I see the battery go down two bars and I’m on it with a recharge. The cons: I had a squeaking sound and couldn’t figure out what was causing it, but I didn’t look. I assigned figuring it out to my boyfriend and he said he was going to try some WD40.
I’m not sure if he used it or did something but the squeaking sound went away. My breaks squeal a little. I haven’t walked through the steps they provided to do a break tune-up so it is probably user error.
I think I’m going to assign this to my boyfriend too. The battery came loose a couple times cutting the power. I just noticed it was tougher to pedal and stopped the bike to push it back in. The final con was I really wanted the cream bike but after waiting for three months global supply issues meant I would likely have to wait another three months.
So they gave me an option to wait or switch to a bike in stock which is how I ended up with the Navy bike. It is very nice looking and I’m pleased even though it wasn’t my first pick. I highly recommend this bike.
It was easy to assemble. I think it took me an hour because I carefully read and reread instructions to make sure I did it correctly. I love this bike. It is super comfy and gave me an outlet to be physical activity.
I was really struggling with the prospect of never being able to do anything physical until I got this bike. So I’m serious when I say this bike changed my life by giving me back my life. Now I have cute little accessories on it.
I live in a very humid, tropical environment where sulfur emissions from a prior lava eruption continue to pollute the air and cause everything metal to rust. After our 1960’s Schwinn cruiser bicycles became rusted beyond repair, I searched online for new bikes.
The sixthreezero bicycles looked really cool and the prices were fantastic. I did not expect the quality to be anywhere near as good as it is! It is extremely comfortable and a breeze to pedal also! The paint color is very retro and cool; people compliment the bike whenever I ride Amazingly, TWO years after I have purchased it, my bike has NO rust anywhere! This is practically unheard of in our location! We live 5 blocks from 3-month long active lava eruption that continues to emit sulfur into the air three years later! If I had to say something negative about the bike, I can’t think of anything I would change about it! Their customer service team is top notch! Anytime I email them, they respond almost immediately! I would recommend this bicycle for men and women of all ages.
I am 61yrs old and our teenage neighbor loves my bike as much as I do!.
Step-through aluminum city frame 7-speed hybrid touring, urban commuting, and cruiser bike with matching full fenders, and 26″ wheels Shimano 7-speed Internal Hub with front and rear handbrakes allows for wide range of riding from leisure to long distance commutes Brown synthetic leather comfy saddle and grips with classic stitching; 2″ semi-slick tires provide excellent roll, and a cushioned, stable ride Low swooping frame makes for easy step-thru entry on and off the bike; puts rider in an upright, heads-up position The foot-forward seat and pedal position allows riders of varying heights to stop and put-Feet flat on the ground while staying in the saddle This classic hybrid cruiser style EVRYjourney 7-speed bicycle with matching full fenders and 26-inch wheels from sixthreezero is perfect for cruise, leisure, and commute riding.
Featuring a Shimano 7 Speed External Hub the bike is ideal for street, trail, long distance and uphill riding. The forward pedaling design on the EVRYjourney is designed with a low center of gravity that allows for the rider’s back to remain upright with proper leg extension while riding.
When at a full stop the rider can stand over the seat and easily mount and dismount on and off of the bike. The frame color blends with the brown seat and grips to create a sleek, classic looking cruiser.
Front and rear handbrakes make stopping easy and precise. The sixthreezero EVRYjourney cruiser’s mechanical configuration, classic frame, and additional features make this an awesome bike for almost any situation – rain or shine, city or cruising.
Ride along with sixthreezero in the creation of a community of life enthusiasts who are passionate about living everyday to its fullest and enjoy the benefits of one of man’s simplest and greatest mobility inventions, the bicycle.
After not owning or riding a bicycle for some 50 years, bought an EvryJourney Womens bike from sixthreezero. I cant get over how comfortable and easy the ergonomic riding position and forward pedaling design have allowed me to quickly get back to cycling after all those years.
I ride on smooth paved and very badly maintained roads, with some transition through sandy desert trails. I am able to ride with great confidence on all those surfaces because of the lightweight frame, handlebar design, smooth braking, and wider tires.
While most of the areas I ride are principally flat or of small elevation changes, the 7 speed version of this bike functions so smoothly I have quickly increased my ability to ride longer distances.
While some assembly was required, I did not need to ask my husband to help, instead getting the handlebars and seat installed and fitted to an optimal orientation for my height and reach. I love this bike! It has certainly allowed me to improve my health in a fun way! Thanks 630!.
I bought this bike this summer to use as my main form of transportation. So far I’m pretty happy with this company and the bike I bought. My bike arrived sooner than expected. I didn’t have the patience or engery to assemble it, so I went to my local bike shop.
The shop said that there were no issues putting it together, like missing or broken parts. Customer service is friendly and easy to get a hold of through their facebook group and they answered all questions I had promptly, like the exact measurements of the seat.
Before purchasing, I had took the fit quiz to find my ideal size. I got the evryjourney 24 inch 7 speed bike in teal and it fits perfectly. I’m 4 foot 11 with a short inseam and have had a hard time in the past finding bikes that fit well and don’t look too childish.
The evryjourney has been great so far and I’ve gotten lots of compliments on it’s appearance. I was nervous buying a bike online that I hadn’t seen in person beforehand, but sixthreezero gives you a year to return it if you aren’t happy.
Since it fits well and rides great, I intend on keeping it.
I’m lucky enough to live on a 26 mile long island, so a beach cruiser is a must! I was initially drawn to sixthreezero because of the beautiful design of their bikes. The style is quintessential beach cruiser – big, cushy tires, bright, beachy colors and generous back bike rack for essentials.
I decided on the EVRYjourney in yellow. The color just exudes happiness and good vibes! Their customer service was always super helpful and easy to deal with. I received my bike quickly (which was surprising due to the pandemic) and had it put together by a local bike shop (tools and such are not my jam) and immediately fell in love! The ride is super smooth and easy going.
The gears shift with ease, which is helpful because there is always an island breeze to deal with. The wide seat is very comfortable and has enough give so even the big bumps in the road don’t hurt. The wide position of the handlebars keep you sitting tall, taking the stress out of the lower back.
I recently rode a 26 mile fundraiser in just 2 hours and felt great afterwards! LOVE my bike, LOVE sixthreezero!.
A classic hybrid cruiser made for maximum comfort, the EVRYjourney women’s bike has a low center of gravity and foot-forward design that helps keep your back upright while maintaining proper leg extension for optimal pedaling.
With looks made for the beach and the gears to take you everywhere else, the sixthreezero EVRYjourney is ready for anything – from hitting the trails at the crack of dawn to cruising the beach at the dusk.
The EVRYjourney’s modern swooping aluminum frame is designed with foot-forward seat and pedal positioning, allowing riders of varying heights to stop and put feet flat on the ground. When at a full stop, you can stand over the seat and low swooping frame for easy mounting and dismounting.
The 1. 95-inch wide whitewall semi-slick tires provide a cushioned, stable ride for easy rolling. This bike comes complete with a rear rack for use with optional panniers, baskets, and other accessories, plus matching full fenders to keep you protected from rain and debris.
It also includes a dual spring seat and leather-stitched grips for optimized comfort. Recommended for single-ride trips up to 30 miles and speeds up to 30 MPH, the 26-inch EVRYjourney is sized for riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 4 inches tall; the 24-inch model is sized for riders 4 feet, 3 inches to 4 feet 11, inches.
It comes 80% assembled, and weighs 38 pounds when fully assembled. Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.
My wife and I ordered new bikes in the middle of summer 2020. As might be expected due to the bike shortage in the midst of the pandemic, we had trouble finding bikes anywhere locally, or alternatively available for direct shipment to us.
We learned that most bike manufacturers do not ship direct To consumers but rather to local dealers for assembly/delivery to the end customer. As such, we initially looked into six three zero bikes because they seemed to have bikes in stock (or at least scheduled to be in stock within a few weeks), and we could get the bikes delivered directly to us.
We got our bikes in August/September. They arrived well packaged and without any in shipment damage (no scratches, dents, dings etc. ). There was some minimal assembly we had to do at home (and we knew this ahead of time, as the self-assembly aspect is plainly stated on six three zero’s website).
The assembly directions were very easy to follow, and all necessary tools were included in the packaging. Essentially, the frame itself and rear wheel assembly come already assembled; and we just needed to (1) install the front wheel/skewer assembly; (2) connect the brake lines (which were already installed integrally on the frame portion) to the front wheel assembly; (3) screw on the fenders and rear rack; (4) and install/adjust the seat post and seat.
The whole process took about 30-45 minutes. Since then, we have been riding our bikes several times a week (both on bike paths and on uneven/potholed streets around town), and they are fantastic! The bikes physically look great.
Mine is all matte black with a light blue strip On the frame just forward of the seat. The matte black has scratched in a few places (due to normal wear and tear and as I expected it would), but a sharpie does a fair job of covering the small scratches.
The Shimano gear shifter has been smooth, with no sticking (although I frankly don’t move out of 4th for the most part). The brakes are right and have not needed any adjustment. The rear rack is also a great standard included feature, and it is compatible with many readily available accessories, including rear baby seats, which I use regularly.
The bike also fits well on a standard trailer-hitch mounted multi-bike car rack. All in all, my wife and I could not be happier with our six three zero bikes, and the ordering experience was absolutely seamless, which given the current pandemic situation was exactly what we needed.
Also, the follow up by the six three zero customer service team, in terms of registering our bikes and purchasing the available warranty, was top notch. I would highly recommend six three zero bikes for anyone looking to get a new, fairly priced, general use bike for recreational/around-town riding.
I have the Women’s Evryjourney in yellow and I really enjoy it! I get compliments on it whenever I am out riding. This is my first “cruiser” type bicycle and I can say that I am 100% converted! I will never go back to a mountain bike; sitting upright with the slightly forward pedaling motion and having my arms relaxed is a game changer.
No more sore wrists and shoulders from leaning over the handlebars. Overall, I am pleased with the bike. I have a few reasons for taking a few stars away on the review: 1. The brakes are squeaky and they feel almost cheap.
In reading other’s reviews it sounds like this is an inherent issue due to the smooth texture of the rims. Smooth brake pad rubbing on smooth rims = squeaky brakes. I also don’t 100% trust the brakes if I were going at a moderate to high speed.
They just don’t seem to engage very strongly and I don’t fully trust them to stop me quickly if I needed to. Riding around the neighborhood with my kids is fine (this is mostly what I use my bike for), but I wouldn’t feel comfortable going much faster due to the brakes feeling “flimsy”.
2. My front fender arrived bent and the paint had cracked where the bend was in the metal. I submitted a warranty claim with an explanation and pictures of the bent fender, and I was sent a tiny bottle of yellow paint.
Painting the cracked paint doesn’t fix the bend. Disappointed that sixthreezero didn’t fully fix the issue. 3. Getting the bike took FOREVER. I pre-ordered it and expected it to arrive on the date that was listed when I pre-ordered, but it didn’t arrive until several months after I was originally told that I would get it.
I get that COVID created a high demand for bikes, but seriously. Don’t promise your customers that it will arrive on a certain date when they order it if you can’t deliver on that timeframe.
The comfort and ease of the sixthreezero Around the Block make it a perfect choice for a casual jaunt of twenty miles or less, whether that’s to the beach, down the bike path, around the city, or just around the block.
The sixthreezero Around the Block’s simple, straightforward design makes casual rides effortless. Riding, maintenance and storage have never been so uncomplicated. An 18-Inch Matte Black steel cruiser frame provides plenty of style for riders 5 feet to 6 feet, 2 inches Tall.
The coaster braking system is simple, just pedal backwards to glide to a stop. Blacked out components, 26-inch aluminum wheels with 2. 125-Inch wide white wall tires and gloss black rims make for a sleek cruising statement.
Both the seat and the handlebars can be adjusted for height and tilt for maximum comfort. Other features include wide cruiser bike handlebars with high-density foam grips, waffle tread tires, rear rack, a Guard to protect pant cuffs from getting caught in the chain, double walled rims for a smooth ride, and a 300 pound maximum weight capacity.
It comes 85 percent assembled. Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.
I was looking to buy 2 bikes (one for myself and one for my husband) for our anniversary. After a lot of research I chose the sixthreezero Around the Block Women’s beach cruiser bike in Mint Green for my bike.
I am 5’5 and find this the perfect size for me. I also experience pelvic pain and this bike allows you to sit upright rather than lean forward like with other bikes. The seat is wide, so it is much more comfortable than most other bikes.
I also like that the handles and seat are black so they do not get dirty like other bikes that have white. The bike was fairly easy to put together – I had never built one before and put it together myself.
I searched youtube for a video and had it together in no time. I took it for a ride but noticed that the rear brake was screeching a lot. I looked up how to adjust the brakes on youtube and tried to make adjustments, but then realized that the incorrect washer was placed on one of the brake pads (see attached photos, the left was correct and the right was wrong).
I contacted sixthreezero customer care and had a good experience with that. I was able to take my bike to a local bike shop and they reimbursed me for the cost the bike shop charged me to brake pads.
I communicated over email with sixthreezero customer care who was very responsive. When I received my bike back from the shop, I realized that they had adjusted my seat, I guess so that they could test out my bike.
My seat was then squeaking, but my husband tightened the bolts, and the squeaking went away! If you have any issues with this bike, I suggest looking on youtube for fixes, the bike most likely just needs to be adjusted, or to contact their customer care, who are excellent.
If you are looking for a comfortable, good quality, nice looking bike, I think you will be happy with this one.
I want to love my bike, and I want to love the company I bought it from, but both fall short. This was one of two bikes I purchased for my daughter and me during the pandemic. Hers was more difficult to assemble (not a sixthreezero bike), but easier to ride.
Mine (the sixthreezero bike) was easier to assemble, but not ready to ride. I may be naive, but at this price point I would not have expected to have problems with braking or the chain falling off. Our maiden voyage was a catastrophe.
The bike is beautiful and mostly comfortable (the design of the handlebars are a little difficult for those with arthritis in their wrists), but I know nothing of bike maintenance and was ill-prepared for having to perform it straight out of the box.
Thank goodness for modern phones and how-to videos (and semi-patient neighbors who tried their best to help). Nearly two years later and it’s still not calibrated correctly which I assume will have to wait until I have some means of transporting it to a professional bike repair shop.
Not what I would have expected, but this was the first (and only) time I’ve ever purchased bikes online, so perhaps I should have been better prepared. I got pulled into this purchase by the fancy marketing.
If I had it to do over again, I would have bought a second, less expensive bike like the one I got for my daughter (Snow Shop Everything New Lusso Classic Cruiser Bike Frame, Women’s). We ordered our bikes at the same time.
Hers arrived quicker and is still riding without any issue nearly two years later. As far as the company, when the bike was delivered, the fancy marketing offered a free bell. I followed the instructions, but never received the bell.
I might add that the only reason I am writing this review is because the company has now emailed me twice, asking me to review their product. I did review it on Amazon after I first purchased it. When they emailed me the first time asking for a review, I shared my experience above and that I didn’t not receive the promised bell.
Now that they’ve emailed me again, promising me rebates for a review, I’m going to air my grievances here. sixthreezero hasn’t responded to any of my emails, but I’ll respond to theirs!.
I decided to splurge and finally get myself a bike so I could get fit during the pandemic. I’d been eyeing these bikes for awhile, because I am out of shape and overweight, I wanted a comfortable bike that I could mount easily.
So I ordered a bicycle for myself and my son. Of course, unfortunately it took quite some time to get the bicycle because of the shortages. However, sixthreezero did right by me by offering a partial refund for the delays.
I assembled my son’s bicycle, which was a bit of a learning curve for me. I recommend reading the instructions AND watching their video. I also screwed up the brakes during assembly but I found some general brake videos and resolved that myself.
It wasn’t too bad. Unfortunately my bike was the one severely delayed and didn’t arrive until the cold weather had set in and after my baby was born. So I opted to take it to a bike shop for assembly, and being brave I decided to bicycle home.
The bicycle shop is about 5 miles from my house. It was tough for me, not having rode a bike in almost 20 years, but I made it! The bike was pretty darned comfortable and easy to ride. I thought I’d be sore the next day, and I wasn’t.
I haven’t had much chance to ride because of my toddler (whom I will soon buy a helmet for and attach the child seat), but the couple occasions I have have been a real pleasure. Just wish there wasn’t such a shocking lack of bicycle racks in the plaza near my house! I also received many compliments on the beauty of the bike.
The process of improving is a constant evolution, and with a world class team of designers and engineers leading the charge, SHOEI pushed their resources and technologies to the brink, utilizing their state of the art wind tunnel facility, extensive array of proprietary materials and the industry’s most stringent quality assurance practices to develop the RF-1400.
SHOEI’s lightest and most compact SNELL approved full face helmet model, the RF-1400 has evolved the pursuit of perfection to the next level. Evolved from its predecessor while maintaining a compact, lightweight design Advanced shell aerodynamics and air tight shield system reduce unwanted wind and road noises 4 shell sizes to ensure a custom fit Advanced wind tunnel development improves aerodynamic performance 4% drag reduction (compared to the RF-1200) 6% lift reduction (compared to the RF-1200) CWR-F2 shield system features improved visibility, functionality and performance 2D “flat” outside surface combined with 3D technology inside offers an aggressive look with optimized visibility for a more natural view Vortex generators (borrowed from X-Fourteen technology) improve aerodynamics and reduce wind noise 8.
8% drag reduction (compared to the X-Fourteen) 3. 5% lift reduction (compared to the X-Fourteen) 52. 4% yawning reduction (compared to the X-Fourteen) Center locking mechanism reduces risk of accidental opening during high speed riding Redesigned base plate system boasts smoother shield opening and closure Shield adjuster for easier, more precise tuning Window beading reduces wind and water intrusion 10% larger DKS-304 Pinlock EVO lens system improves lateral field of vision thanks to relocated pins outside of the eyeport Redesigned cheek pads feature more volume on the bottom for greater comfort and reduced wind noise Max-Dry material absorbs and dissipates sweat 2X faster than traditional nylon Soft yet durable lower cheek pad fabric for a plush fit and feel E.
Q. R. S. (Emergency Quick Release System) allows emergency medical personnel to easily and safely remove cheek pads from an injured rider’s helmet 6 air intakes (2 lower, 2 front and 2 upper) and 4 outlets Additional air intake hole in the center/forehead vent improves cool air intake Enlarged exhaust outlet vents improve hot air expulsion SHOEI’s lightest SNELL approved full face helmet model Meets or exceeds Snell M2020D and DOT certifications Shoei Rf-1400 Full Face Helmet – 375-0101-0109-03 in White, Size XS.
Before I begin, let me be clear that this has nothing to do with Revzilla ? their customer service is excellent, and this is all on me. But. I absolutely hate this helmet. I bought the RF1400 to replace my aging RF1100 helmet.
The construction and materials on this RF1400 are really good. The air flow is simultaneously better and also quieter than the RF1100 too. Honestly, the engineering in this helmet is spectacular, but the sizing is absolutely not the same.
My RF1100 is a 2xl oblong oval and though it was a little too snug at first, it fit well after a week or so of riding. Conversely, the neck, forehead and cheek pads fit much tighter on this RF1400, and although I?ve got almost 1000 miles on this helmet, there has been no give at all.
The shell feels much more narrow than the RF1100 is, and the fitment suffers for it in my opinion. Once I have it on, the helmet is tolerable for about an hour. But putting this helmet on and taking it off is just miserable.
So, if you have a giant 2xl head like me, be absolutely certain you are happy with the fitment immediately or return it before you ride with it. One last note, as the helmet fits too snugly to allow me to wear sunglasses, I wanted a tinted visor for daylight rides, Although there are several options on the market, no one seems to have any OEM or name brand options in stock.
I’ve only been able to find very cheap knock off / import versions online, and none of them are compatible with the pinlocks.
The Strider 12 Sport is the most popular Strider model. Durability and a wide range of features make the Sport perfect for itty-bitty riders starting out at 18 months to growing 4-5 year olds perfecting their balance and riding skills! The patented steel frame and puncture-proof tires require no maintenance.
Seat and handlebar height are quickly adjustable without the use of tools. The popular Sport model has improved ergonomics, with built-in footrests and a padded seat sized perfectly for toddler hips.
Mini-grips tailored for small hands improve control and a cushy handlebar pad looks great while improving safety. The Sport features an extra-long seat adjustment range so it will grow with your child even longer, up to 5 years old! Strider Bikes have taught millions of children how to balance and ride on two wheels—without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels.
The Sport model has a seat height range from 11-19″, fitting children with an inseam 12-20″. Color: green. Measures 33. 25″ L x 15″ W x 22″ H. Weighs 6. 7 lb. 60 lb.
My youngest sons birthday is just around the corner, my husband and I knew he really wanted a bike of his own. Our oldest son has his own balance bike so our youngest has seen what it does, how to use it, and shows he’s eager to learn if he had one.
SURPRISE! he got his very own strider bike. Needless to say he is incredibly happy. He went right on his new bike and strides away lol. Super fast he zooms left and right. Confident little guy. Now he can ride along with his older brother.
I seriously recommend this product because it makes it a super easy transition to a pedal bike. My oldest son used a balance bike and learned how to pedal very early. The strider bike is quite the game changer in helping parents with teaching their little ones to ride.
It’s easy, easy to assemble and you get such a joy from just watching your little one go go go!! I give this rating a 10 out of five if I could.
My five youngest children all started off with Strider bikes. The youngest one received hers at two years old and within weeks she was trailing behind her older siblings. Every one of the kids went directly from a Strider to a pedal bike at about four years old with no training wheels in sight.
They all continued to ride their Strider for a few more years because they’re able to easily go over rough terrain unlike most kid’s pedal bikes. Striders are also awesome because they’re so lightweight you can easily throw them into your vehicle and take them along whenever to go to the park or trails.
I would recommend Striders to every parent of young children.
Not too difficult to put together, relatively lightweight and slim. Bought this for our 2 year old for Christmas. It took him a while to warm up to it, he walked it around for a week or two instead of trying to ride.
But once he sat on it, he moved from “sit and walk” to “sit and run/glide” pretty quickly. Now I’m jogging after him all the time! He’s had for about 6 months now. It seems like being comfortable with balancing will help with the eventual transition to a peddle bicycle but even if it doesn’t, it is really fun to watch him “bike” on this and have more freedom to explore grassy areas than he would with a tricycle.
Might be nice to have a kickstand as he gets frustrated when he parks it and it falls over but a kickstand might be frustrating to a toddler anyway.
The GatorSkin is a famously durable training, touring or commuting road tire featuring a combination of three flat protection technologies. 60 TPI per layer (3 plies for 180 TPI total) in the casing preserves ride feel while remaining tough.
Bead-to-bead layer of DuraSkin woven fibers helps prevent cuts especially in the vulnerable sidewall. PolyX breaker directly under the tread on the Gatorskin adds puncture protection where most flats occur.
includes a special high carbon compound for longer tread life. Black tread with black/brown DuraSkin side wall. Note: has added wear indicators to all Gatorskin tires. These small divots in the tread surface are intentional and are not a sign of a factory defect.
Once the rubber wears to the point where the divots are no longer discernible, youll know its time to replace.
I’ve been using these tires for many years and have found them to be quite reliable. Yes, I’ve had a few flats, but I’d like to think that number would been much higher had I not been using the Gatorskins.
I’ve been able to get what I consider good mileage out of them with nominal wear to the tread surface. However, what does give me cause for concern are the sidewalls. When I first started using them I began noticing black hair-like threads hanging off the sidewall close to where the tire is seated to the rim- *not* at the point of contact with the rim, but about 2-4 millimeters away from the edge of the rim.
Moreover, this happened not just on one rim or one bike, but it’s happened on multiple rims and bikes. I’ve come to the conclusion the sidewalls are simply delaminating on a thread-by-thread basis and I haven’t experienced a complete sidewall failure.
I just have to take a pair of scissors after the threads every so often. Just for reference, I generally use 700×23’s, but have had the occasion to use 700×25’s and 700×28 (only once). I had originally thought it might have been a heat build-up issue from using a trailer, but I haven’t used that in several years now and it didn’t seem to make a difference.
All that said, I like the tires- but I wish I could have greater confidence in the sidewall construction. If not for that, I would rate the tires with a “5”.
These replaced Continental 4000S tyres. The Gatorskin is a tighter fit so be prepared to use tyre levers for the last bit when fitting. They are tough especially on the sides because just as many punctures happen there as elsewhere on a tyre.
I’m in the Swansea area which has a lot of bikeways cos the Council wants to make the place into bike city and they are succeeding, but the roads are diabolical. Nothing is ever puncture proof but these Gatorskins are about as close as you can get and they roll along wonderfully.
I wouldn’t put anything else on my bike and I don’t really care that they cost in the 25 to 30 quid zone. My bike is a Cannondale Caad8. Steve.
Okay, maybe a bit of an exaggeration. I’ve only had 3 flats in about 5 years with these tires. Thousands of KMs. These may be a bit heavier than other tires, but I don’t spend time on the side of the road cursing at a flat tire anymore, so they are dramatically faster overall.
:^) I agree with other reviews that the bead can be very tight, but then again, you only have to change them once every few years, so who cares. LOL. I highly recommend Gatorskins. They are the only tires I’ll put on my racing bike.
Designed to be fun to ride and portable to carry around, this is our go-to board for anyone who skates everywhere. Length = 27. 5″ | Width = 7. 5″ | Wheelbase = 18. 5″. Canadian maple deck with high quality components.
The double kick tails for added fun and versatility. Sand grit finish on top to grip your feet and show off the maple deck. Product details Mini · Longboard · Wood The mini cruiser skateboard was created with the everyday skater in mind.
Designed to be fun to ride and portable to carry around, this is our go-to board for anyone who skates everywhere. The double kick tails really take the board to the next level of fun and performance.
A bamboo deck with high-quality components allows you to throw anything you can at this board! If you`re looking to have fun everywhere you go the mini cruiser is a must!.
My wife and I purchased this board for our 8-year-old son, but we’ve ended up using it as much as him! It rides super smooth, the trucks are nice and responsive (extremely so), but because it’s more of a locker board, you’ve got to change your stance for better control.
Anyone older than 5 will have their feet off both edges when their feet are perpendicular to the board. Since the trucks are so responsive, and the board is short, this really makes carving respond to micro movements.
We’ve found that if you have your front foot almost straight on the board and on the truck mount/ front of the board, that helps with pushing and stability. Then you can get your kick foot up whereever you want and use that for steering and leaning into toe or heel edge.
Really fun to ride, but feels very different than your classic longboard cruiser!.
I bought this for my 4 year old daughter because the size seemed like a good fit for her, but i’m 6’5 225 pounds and can ride it just fine. Granted it’s tiny for me; but it’s so fun to rip around on I may just need to get another one for myself! The wheels weren’t rolling fast, so i just loosened the nuts a half turn with the skate tool which sped things up.
Great little board reminiscent of the Hobie cruisers from the 70’s; tiny, portable, and fun! The world needs more quality small skateboards like this. Attractive deck and graphics to boot, with multiple shapes on offer.
Love it all around and recommend it if you are on the fence.
I got this for free when ordering a longboard during a sale. I’ve always wanted to learn how to longboard and decided to go with the cruise glider. I started on the longboard because it was more difficult as a beginner to start on the micro cruiser.
After getting comfortable on the longboard, this became much easier. It rolls faster than I was expecting and it’s easy to push. Also turns nicely. As a beginner, with a little time and practice, it’s a comfortable board.
It’s very compact too and could definitely fit in a backpack.
Electric Touring Cruiser Bike with 500 Watt Rear Hub Drive Motor with an ergonomically designed frame for maximum comfort and riding ease. A beautifully styled electric bike perfect for the rider that wants to travel by two wheels but prefers a reduced work load on their body.
Go beyond your farthest ridden distances, up those daunting hills, and into strong winds without requiring extreme strain on your joints and muscles. Having the electric motor provides piece of mind knowing that if your body fatigues you have a backup power source to assist you.
The smooth and simple electric motor reduces the muscle exertion required to power your two wheels. You decide the workout you get, leaving your body as fatigued as you want it to be after completing your ride.
A few years ago, though living in suburban America, I gave up a car for a bicycle (and occasional rideshares for business). A lifestyle-choice experiment that lasts to this day. All the while, the old-school, pre-owned 10-speed bicycle I owned was a nearly 20-year old already pre-owned purchase.
Recently, it was time for me to let go of Ol’ Faithful, and so I began a journey. At first I made the mistake of chasing after deals per well-known name brands. 1st bike purchase from a department store, a disappointment, so I returned it.
2nd bike, from another department store, such a let down with defects, also returned. At some point, I left behind my local department stores and various online department store searches. I took my goal more seriously! Then I discovered a few *authentic* bike shops with online stores.
Early on, sixthreezero stood out above the rest for it’s straightforward messaging and ease-of-use website. So, then I found a good value-for-price option for me to buy direct from their online store, the sixthreezero EVRYjourney Men’s Casual Edition 26″ 7-Speed Sport Hybrid Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black.
Once, I researched the online resources sixthreezero provides and the history and philosophy of the brand, I decided to also purchase their Forever Warranty. Considering that the shipping cost was free, the total purchase price was an amazing value.
As a work-from-home veteran, I’m also a technophile and online-buyer/home-delivery enthusiast. So, I could have a lot to be critical about anything going wrong with the purchase process, the shipping and handling, and/or the product quality or support.
Turns out that I have nothing but GREAT VIBES and GOOD THINGS TO SAY about this product! Despite the current 2020 economy downturn, the delivery of my new purchase was predictable and well-tracked and reported with updates along the way, and then complete within about one week as promised.
Their bike-in-a-box complete solution leaving me to complete the assembly was as simple as I could imagine. You’ve just got to go the website and watch an unboxing/how-to assembly video for the model bicycle in which you’re interested.
You’ll get it. For my own interest, I also downloaded and consulted the PDF complete assembly manual. As assembly proceeded, I was impressed and gratified with the feel of the quality and craftsmanship of the parts, materials, and frame of the bike.
There were a few very minor discrepancies between the video walkthrough and the tools and parts that arrived in the box, but nothing that my brain couldn’t sort out and realize that I for sure actually had absolutely everything as promised.
(I think the version, model of my bicycle seemed like a new listing on the online store; so I allowed for these minor incongruities without thinking much of it. ) After dealing with the lesser quality and mishaps of assembly with the previously store-bought bikes, I really came to appreciate the “legit bike shop with an online store” approach of sixthreezero.
As well, after having dealt with the department store staff who would assemble the on-floor bikes, I came to realize that having the uber-experienced legit bicycle experts at sixthreezero assemble my bike to the out-of-the-box 80%-assembled extent really makes a difference! After putting in my own time to assemble the bike the rest of the way, I was actually grateful for the relatively minor amount of assembly required and the video companionship to walk me through it.
(And, I am the sort to hire a handyman to do anything hands-on!) For the first time ever in my life, I have a sense of accomplishment and know-how and ownership of my bike like I’ve never had before.
Last, not least, riding my new sixthreezero EVRYjourney Men’s Casual Edition 26″ 7-Speed Sport Hybrid Cruiser Bicycle is bliss. First of all, the model of the bike is perfect for me. (Be sure to leverage the Choosing a Bike section under the Bike Advice tab at their website! For example, I certainly used the Bodyfit Explained post with their FREE BODY FIT QUESTIONNAIRE.
) After having bought and test-ridden and returned a couple of other bikes, ultimately riding my new EVRYjourney Casual Cruiser feels solid, easy-going to handle, and like I now have the right bike for the best value! A smooth, solid, trustworthy ride.
GOT TWO EVRY JOURNEY ELECTRIC BIKES, ONE FOR ME AND ONE FOR MY WIFE, TO REPLACE OUR 20 YEAR OLD COMFORT BIKES. WE LIKED THE LOW BAR AND THE SEAT IS VERY COMFY. I ASSEMBLED THEM MY SELF AND IT WAS NOT VERY COMPLICATED WITH THE GOOD ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS.
BATTERY IS LIFE IS PRETTY GOOD ALTHOUGH THE BATTERY ON THE ONE MY WIFE RIDES LASTS LONGER THAN MINE. MAYBE BECUASE SHE IS LIGHTER THAN ME. MY BROTHER WAS VISITING AND WE WENT FOR A RIDE. HE LIKED THEM BUT NOTICED THE SHIFTING TO A DIFFERENT GEAR WASN’T WORKING PROPERLY AND WITH A LITTLE ADJUSTING IT WORKS PROPERLY.
GLAD HE WAS VISITING. OVERALL FUN TO RIDE, SPEED ASSIST IS ENJOYABLE AND FEATURES WORK WELL.
I researched the SixThreeZero brand (and a select few others that carried hybrid bikes) for quite some time before deciding on an EvryJourney Casual men’s model. My decision was based largely on their unmatched lifetime warranty, test run, and return policies.
I’m a 5’2″ female and I took the risk of going with the men’s model because it was the only Evry Journey bike they had readily available in black. Luckily, the bike was a perfect fit. I can safely and comfortably put my feet on the ground (although a bit tip toeing) with the seat post at its absolute lowest setting.
I can also comfortably reach the handlebars (which are straight, not beach cruiser style, which I prefer). Despite not having a step-thru frame, it is easy for me to get on and off the bike. This bike is lightweight, rides smoothly, brakes smoothly and the saddle is incredibly comfortable.
I just wish the “casual” and women’s models came in more vibrant colors (or just plain black) as opposed to so many ugly pastel colors with ugly brown grips and saddles. The amount of time and effort put into assembling the bike was minimal (for someone who knows what they are doing).
Compared to other brand hybrid bikes, the EvryJourney Casual is reasonably priced (the original model, not so much, based on my research). Delivery was timely and customer services was good. The only real problem I have with the bike (and this is only because I got a men’s model) is that because I need the seat to be at its lowest height setting, there is no room for a trailer hitch to be attached to the seat post so that I can lug my kids around.
Aside from that, this is an absolutely wonderful bike!.
Dunlop Harley-Davidson D401 / D401T Tires The Dunlop Harley-Davidson D401 Tires have been the OE choice for many HD models for generations. A reputation for longevity, stability and excellent wet handling make these a no-brainer replacement for when your stock tires wear out.
The D401T, only available in 150/80B16 and denoted by a MT in the tire size, utilizes a hard wearing, lost lasting rubber compound at the center of the tire and a softer, grippier rubber at the shoulders.
This gives riders the best of both worlds when it comes to performance, you get extra grip where you’ll feel it most but don’t lose the longevity, stability or performance that has made the D401 the go-to choice for generations.
Features: Engineered and tested with Harley-Davidson to provide maximum performance for Harley-Davidson cruiser bikes 150/80B16 MT available in dual compound offering riders great mileage and excellent cornering grip Advanced tread pattern and compound for improved wet and dry grip Computer-optimized tread profile reduces cupping for even wear H-rated for speeds up to 130 mph Tubeless Made in the USA Note: WWW indicates Wide White Wall while NWS indicates Narrow White Stripe.
I bought a Dunlop American Elite front tire for my 08 Fatboy but the same model For the rear was out of stock. My local Harley dealer had one I. Stock but wanted 50% more. I refused, waited a couple of weeks before I decided on this tire.
Not a lover of this tire. Doesn’t get great mileage and scallops very easily. One of Dunlops worst performing tires IMO. I’ve had them on my 08 Ultra and have switched to the American Elite. A much better tire.
FEATURE- No batteries or electricity required! Easy to steer with the handlebars and kids can go as fast or slow as they wish RAISED SEAT – Enables the riders’ muscles of arms, waist and legs to work simultaneous and coordinate the body movement.
BENEFIT – Good exercise for both indoor and outdoor usage. Practice balance, activity and coordination.
CRUISE IN STYLE The 42 Hana Pintail longboard is designed for cruising in style. A classic pintail shape deck with wheel wells cut in the bottom of the deck to prevent wheel bite and made with a beautifully stained bamboo and hard maple core.
The 31 inch wheelbase makes the board super responsive and maneuverable. PINTAIL SHAPE The deck is 9. 5 inches wide to provide a nice, wide platform while cruising. The deck has a very subtle W-concave that is deep enough to lock your feet into but not too deep to be uncomfortable while cruising.
BEAUTIFUL DECK An 8 layer laminate with a hard maple core and a beautifully stained striped bamboo top and bottom sealed with a sand grit finish to show off the beauty of the bamboo. With laser etched graphics this board was inspired by the beach and designed for Cruising and Freestyle.
STABLE TRUCKS Top mounted gravity cast aluminum trucks give the board a larger platform for riders to dance on. The trucks have a 7 inch hanger and kingpin angle of 50 degrees and bushings that are High Rebound (medium stiffness) to add stability.
QUALITY WHEELS 70mm Shore 78A wheels means your board is designed from the ground up for an ideal dancing experience. These soft wheels allow for a smooth ride on a variety of different surfaces.
In short, this is a great longboard and will likely exceed your expectations. For context, I have had this longboard for three months and I have very heavily used it and I will be replacing the trucks and wheels so I figured I would write a review on what you are getting.
The complete is perfect for beginners as it allows a platform for the beginner to explore different types of skating, as you can use its kicktails for freestyle and dance, its large space to comfortably cruise, and it can handle speeds reasonable weel at least 25mph as thats the fastest I have gone with it, though I am not sure of its limits.
The deck itself is the best part. Its very flexible and yet very durable as I have been really not nice to it, yet the deck still holds up with very minimal loss of performance. You will find that the spray on sugar grip wears more quickly than you expect, though it still retains decent grip for me.
Everything else, the trucks, wheels, and bearings are decent in performance and durability even after proper maintenance. For advanced riders I would recommend just ordering the deck and building the rest with components of your liking, however for beginners the complete will satisfy just fine.
If you’re getting the complete as a beginner I would recommend looking into nose guards especially if you are trying to learn freestyle tricks. Also look into some drop through shock pads as well as washers with rubber on the face to replace with the washers it comes with.
All of these I personally have on my board and it has significantly improved the life of the deck. As I said before for advanced riders, just get the deck as it is very very good and hard to find something like it anywhere else.
Overall it is a fantastic first board with tons of life.
I was really eager to get my hands on my new swallowtail board, only to be completely disappointed. The greatest problem I have with bearings. Default bearings are unusable completely. Forget about them.
The wheels can roll for 2-3 seconds at most, and I needed to lose them to get only about 5-6 seconds of rolling freely. No matter how much I lose them, I couldn’t get more of them. And they don’t have some middle point at all, either they wobble so dangerously getting up to 5-6 seconds of free-rolling, or they are too tightened so they don’t wobble but neither rolls.
A horror. I needed to replace the bearings with bones reds and the difference is amazing. Now I have over 60 seconds of rolling without a wobble or other weird noises from the wheels. But still not a great ride.
Curving is not good, and the board is not flexible from my point of view. But that’s my personal opinion, unlike the problem of the bearings. I understand a company can’t install some expensive bearings for the price of this longboard, but if you are selling a complete longboard, please put at least bearings that are able to roll.
On top of that, when I put the board on the plain ground, my top left and bottom right wheels don’t touch the ground but hang in the air instead. I bought a cheap Oxelo drop mini longboard for my kid 2 months ago, and even it is also a cheap board, it is several classes up compared to this longboard, and I have been constantly mocked by my kid for it.
If you want a stable, comfortable easy to turn and ride downhill or street longboard, you get one with the Hana. Nice wheel sets, and the trucks just roll when you lean into them. The trucks hit a magic spot deep into a turn that actually rebounds you if you want it to.
The area is soft and nice like a sweet spot. Bamboo has to be the ultimate board, because it feels so good and looks even better. Master longboard with no wheel to board grinding due to board cutouts at the wheel area.
This is way good and I found some nice short rolling hills in my neighborhood. You lower body will thank you for taking up a sport that will do away with the pain of sitting in retirement, I’m 69. Wear pads, even if you don’t think you should, I bruised or cracked a rib, going down on a footfault, and elbow and hand guards would have let me catch myself.
Only a bruise, I did my first downhill today, and it was great fun. Ya whoa!.
With a powerful 300 watt motor and striking design, a technically advanced LCD display and fat tires to tackle sandy beaches and snowy slopes easily, this e-bike is unequaled in its style and efficiency.
Let’s not forget the all-terrain 26” fat tires that give you more control on all surfaces and beat difficult bends. And then there’s your FREE heavy-duty, combination bike lock to keep your bike safe.
This bike has a vintage type, streamlined cruiser frame and a super soft saddle adding to the bike’s classic look. The NAKTO Cruiser is ideal for riders of all ages and sizes and perfect for quick rides into town, a cruise through the park or an outdoor adventure.
Commute to work and beat the traffic. Long distances will be more comfortable and more manageable. You can pedal normally if you want to, but if you want extra power just engage the motor and use pedal-assist.
You’ll be able to go further because you’re guaranteed strength and power to get back home. The NAKTO Cruiser is manufactured by Nakto Ebikes, a manufacturing and sales company located in Placentia, California, dealing specifically in the electric bike business.
They concentrate on strict quality control and are dedicated to energy efficient transportation. Sign up today and get 5% off!.
I purchased 2 e-bikes from Electric Zip and I must say these are like my title line says. better than expected. I was and still am very impressed with the quality of these bikes. I ride it everyday with a smile and can’t wait to take it for a ride.
Being able to go 3 times farther than I would on a regular bike is a plus all in itself. When I saw all the buttons and LCD screen I thought it was going to be a little confusing. Not at all. Very easy to use and fun to shift gears and adjust the PAS.
I had to make a few small adjustments on the front brakes but that was easy as well and you get a nice tool kit to do what you need. I love this bike and have told all my friends and co-workers about them and to buy them from Andrew at Electric Zip.
And finally. talking about Andrew, he is the most responsive, helpful and caring individual. I trust his company and I trust these bikes.
I have to be honest, I actually thought this may be a scam site, so I did some research before purchasing. It just seemed too good to be true. Still not sure exactly what I was in for, I could not believe it was shipped and delivered so quickly! The package was delivered in perfect condition.
I was also very impressed with the detail in packaging. Not a scrape or dent anywhere. Putting it together was not as easy as the video makes it look, but it’s still very doable with 2 people. I also had to refer to both the video and the paper instruction to fill the gaps on my particular model.
Took it for a ride as soon as I could, and was beyond impressed. It’s a very solid bike and rides very smoothly. Everything works perfectly. They use great parts on this bike, they definitely didn’t cheap out on it.
My model gets a lot of looks. I call it the Hummer bike. 🙂 I have easily had it up to 24mph with assist. Over a month later and I am still loving this bike. I have been over 25 miles with assist and have not lost one cell in battery life.
I’m a fan, and it’s not a scam. I love it, it did not disappoint!.
You’re up for anything. Whether it’s hitting the trails at the crack of dawn, or cruising the beach at the dusk. You love getting out for a little bit of fun, but you’re not afraid of getting a little dirty.
Seems like the sixthreezero EVRYjourney is the bike for you. With looks made for the beach and the resources to take you everywhere else you wanna go, this bike is made for those ready for a journey.
A classic hybrid cruiser with big, 26-inch wheels and 7-speed Shimano external hub designed to let you cruise, climb, and coast in style. This bike is made to be the most comfortable bike in the history of bikes.
Front and rear handbrakes make it easy to stop and drink in the view anytime during your ride. Designed by watching how bikers pedal, the EVRYjourney was crafted with a low center of gravity, creating a bike that keeps your back upright and maintains proper leg extension.
Plus our sleek, matte black modern frame isn’t bad on the eyes either. The EVRYjourney is a celebration of man’s simplest and greatest mobile inventions, the bicycle. Designed to get you outside and on your own journey, whether that’s to the beach, the city or the trails.
I have been an avid mountain/trail biker for years. Unfortunately, a knee injury and ruptured disc require me to have another bike that allows me to sit upright, not with weight forward. I can’t ride hard right now, at least for a while.
So I selected the EVRYjourney 7-speed hybrid after looking at the various models and using the very helpful selection guide in which I chose a model with my physical dimensions to sit on the model I had selected to confirm it looked about right.
I like the styling, its a handsome bike. So, I ordered it on the company website and it was received in a reasonable time, given the pandemic. I had it assembled by the local bike shop so I could know it was done properly and I LOVE IT! I customized it a bit by not having the fenders, rack and chain guard installed, I don’t need those things in AZ.
I did have him install thorn proof tubes, tube liners and liquid sealant. The bike weighs only 32 pounds, less than my old mountain bike with special foam core tubes which added weight. The specialist at the bike shop helped me adjust the seat and handlebars to fit me, and ITS LIKE RIDING ON SILK.
All the parts are top quality. I’m impressed with the rims, derailleur, indexing shimano shifter (easy to use) and sewn leather handgrips. The gears shift smoothly and provide a good range of speeds.
I considered the 21-speed, but it was not in stock, but now after riding this, 7 gears will do for the riding I want, mostly for pleasure, therapy and moderate exercise. I am totally happy with my new bike and heartily recommend it without reservation.
(PS I indicated 5 stars on the instruction quality because the bike shop guy said they were good, and he said assembly was no problem for him).
When I was searching for a bike, I was looking for something that was both the style I wanted and functional. I looked at many bike companies and reviews, and I landed on sixthreezero. Best decision I have made in awhile.
I chose the option to have the bike shipped and put together for me for an extra couple hundred dollars which was such a great option. Once it got to the store, it was ready so quick. I loved this bike for the reviews and the fact the weight limit goes up to 300 pounds.
This bike is for large and in charge folks. The colors that sixthreezero offers are absolutely gorgeous. I wanted something that felt both vintage and modern, nd this was definitely the bike. They have something for everyone, and the details are so amazing on this bike.
I absolutely love riding this bike. It rides so smoothly. I opted in for the 7 speed to be able to change it up a bit. The bike sits in a very comfortable position for me (I am over 6 foot). The seat is comfortable.
The bike itself feels very nice, and you can tell they used great materials to build it. For an inexpensive bike, it feels fairly expensive. Would absolutely recommend this company to everyone!.
The 2021 Aventon Level Step Thru Electric Bike is the ultimate urban commuter. The Level is engineered for riders who want to escape from their cars and but still want to keep up with traffic on their work or school commute.
Its built with the same proven motor technology as the Pace 500 but with geometry and convenience features for urban riders. With peppy handling a suspension fork and an extended battery the Level can take everything that you throw at it.
I want to give my Aventon Level a fair review being objective as best as possible. From a consumer point of view where I want to get the most I can for my money I think overall the bike was a ok/good purchase but not great or excellent 4&5 stars.
The best thing I like about the bike is the frame, good finish, paint and welds, nice rear rack. For the price consider the things you are not getting, torque sensor, rear suspension, built in lights and medium quality for other components.
With over 250+ miles on the bike and my first flat tire there were many components on the bike that were not great for my taste. I did not like the quality of the handgrips, handle bar, lack of adjustability with the stem, the tires are not great, flat uncomfortable seat, the fenders and rear rack seem like they just have black primer on them.
The brakes are very good and grippy but very loud, to the point you might be ashamed at breaking around people! I have not checked but they feel like a sintered pad. Under heavy front wheel breaking I feel some play in the headset which is not good.
Now I think you are going to have to spend money on any bike to make it fit you and your situation, make it practical for you to use but I think there were too many items on my list and I wished I got better components overall for what I paid.
I am always on assist level 5 pedaling trying to go 24mph+ and I feel the drivetrain is not matched very well with the possible top end speeds. At high speeds on the tallest gear I’m pedaling at very high rpms without adding much to the forward progress.
The M5 backlit lcd display is not great for me, it does this weird thing were it predicts how much battery you will have in the future under current conditions. I wished it just reported actual battery charge at that moment.
My round trip to work is about 12 miles. On the way there the display usually reports no drain at all on the battery. On the way back the battery charge goes up and down sometimes down to two notches.
When I finally stop getting home and stop it goes back up to about half way. I just ignore it now so its not very useful. All of instructions also said to download the app! And then its like Oh to bad you did not pay more for the color display, no app phone connectivity for you.
You could buy a decent used motorcycle for this kind of money, or an EScooter or a different EBike with twice the battery and range. With all of that in mind now that my wife is looking for an EBike I’m pretty sure its not going to be an Aventon sorry to say.
Having ridden over 200 miles on the bike as of today, I can say that it has proven both a comfortable and reliable ride. Minor quibbles: — The Bengel Ares 3 brakes are noisy. Took it to the local bike shop where they made sure the rotors are true and lightly sanded the pads.
Still making a lot of noise. Noisy enough that they turn heads of pedestrians on the shared use path. Reliably stops the bike though. May upgrade to something better in the future, but after 200 miles, I’ve become used to the noise and switching isn’t cheap.
— Shifting works well, but my Level was equipped with the Shimano Altus shift group instead of the Acera. Aventon does say they can substitute components. — The Zoom shock absorbers are not the greatest and tend to bottom out occasionally.
In the end, decided to lock them out. — No water bottle mount points, but that is easy and inexpensive to solve. What I really like: — The motor does a good job. My ride to work consists of a seven mile uphill climb (from 1 to 3 degrees) followed by varied inclines/declines for 11 miles with a short, but steep incline at the end.
— The battery is able to get me to and from work on a single charge using mostly assist level 2. Occasional use of assist level 3 is mixed in as well. I use the throttle to get going at intersections.
— The step through model really helps with mounting/dismounting. I have the medium/large frame. I’m 6’1″ and find it useful when I’ve got my large trunk bag mounted on the rear rack. If I didn’t have the trunk bag the step-over version would be fine.
— The bike is aesthetically pleasing. I get compliments on the bike’s appearance.
My wife and I bought an Aventon Level and a Level Step-Through on Good Friday this past November (about three months ago). The weather here (Oregon) has not been amenable to riding our bikes so I thought I would wait a while before writing the review.
I now have about 100 miles on my bike (half as many on the step-through) and feel prepared to review it. Before I get into it, let me just say the bikes are perfect for what we are using them for. We are both retired, so we don’t “commute” on these “commuter” bikes.
Instead, we are just riding them to have fun and to get around locally when we are RV-ing in our motorhome. I am 70 years old and thought using a bike for transportation was in my rear-view mirror, but it’s doable.
REVIEW: The bikes are fun, fun, fun. Never having ridden an ebike before, I was blown away by the power, acceleration, ride, and overall speed. And still am 100 miles later. The gears are smooth, as are changes to pedal assist, and the throttle is silky.
I use throttle mostly for leaving a standing stop without having to pedal first. The pedal assist is great and the range seems excellent too (haven’t tried beyond 20 miles yet, but there were at least 4 bars left on the Energy Bar when I went that far).
Everyone who rides our bikes has the same reaction – “WOW. Just WOW. ” Minor criticisms: 1 – C’mon really? No lights? I would have paid a bit more for an integrated illumination system, especially if it ran off of the main battery.
2 – Unboxing – they were packed well with no missing pieces, but QC coming out of the assembly plant could have been better. I put both bikes together myself (pretty easy) and then had a bike mechanic finish off the fine tuning.
He noticed that the front tire was mounted backwards on the wheel (there are directional arrows on the tire showing which way it should rotate). Also, the front rotor was slightly bent. Luckily, he was able to address both issues fairly easily.
Other than those two issues, he complimented the components (for the price range) and seemed fairly impressed with the bikes. He said a lot of ebikes use shoddy components, but these don’t. My other criticism is the keys to the battery release mechanism seem hard to take off the bike and feel like they will ultimately bend and maybe break.
Bottom line – I wouldn’t trade these bikes for anything and look forward to years of soul-satisfying fun. Jay.
Cannondale SuperSix EVO CX Disc Cyclocross Bike 2022 Building on the prodigious success of the SuperX, Cannondale’s SuperSix EVO CX Disc Cyclocross Bike also takes its cues from the brilliant SuperSix road bike, making it faster and more efficient than ever.
The carbon frame and fork both feature Cannondale’s Speed Release thru-axles for quicker wheel changes and the frame benefits from Ai offset design with shorter chainstays for snappier accelerations.
OutFront geometry ensures that the handling remains composed and stable on technical courses whilst the aerodynamic tube shapes help with the speed on faster sections. Tyre clearance is huge, with 13mm of clearance on either side when using UCI legal 33mm rubber, so the chances of the frame getting clogged up with dirt are much reduced.
SRAM’s 1x Force 11-speed groupset provides the hydraulic brakes that are essential for control in muddy conditions and the 11-speed drivetrain. The lack of front derailleur removes one of the major problems when CX racing, as that area often collects mud and grass, causing shifting problems and adding drag.
SRAM’s two large paddle shifters are easy to operate even when cold and wet, so shifting sprockets is never an issue and the internal cabling reduces mud contamination. The Vittoria Terreno Mix TNT tyres are a good all-around option that can be run tubed or tubeless.
Highlights SuperSix EVO CX Carbon frame with internal cable routing and Speed Release thru-axle SuperSix EVO CX Carbon fork with internal cable routing and Speed Release thru-axle SRAM Force1 11-speed drivetrain SRAM Force hydraulic disc brakes Formula hubs and DT Swiss R470 rims with Vittoria Terreno Mix TNT tyres.
Excellent service from Sigma. Arrived on the date stated at purchase. Included free set of Allen keys and torque keys which work very well (4,5 and 6Nm). Gears needed a little tuning but nothing significant.
Bike itself is very comfy but also light and climbs well. Has a surprisingly tall headtube and lots of spacers included. Means you’ll probably have to cut down the steerer to get the fit you need – not a difficult job with the right blade and a guide (I got the Park Tools blade and cutting guide – both great quality but pricey).
Stock tyres do the job but are nothing special. Very easy upgrade, as is the cassette if you want to change out the 105 for a full ultegra setup. Really like the handlebar and stem – you are tied to cannnondale handlebars if you use the system integration stem that comes with the bike, and vice versa, but there is a lot to like about both.
Stem is very stiff and robust, no flex even when sprinting that I noticed and the handlebar has a nice wide top which I found comfy on longer rides. Drop is not huge and the curve of the drops are quite traditional, both of which I found suited my riding style well.
I really like the included bar tape; it’s not too thick and has a crosshatched grip which works very well in all weathers. Only downside is a very creaky seat post at the recommended torque. When pushing hard uphill it is particularly noticeable.
Doesn’t affect the quality of the ride but is irritating.
I’ve had this for bike for 2 months and put 1000 miles on it and I can genuinely say I’ve fallen more and more in love with it after each ride. It looks stunning. It’s nowhere near as light as my previous Giant TCR, but it’s not heavy either, 8.
6kg with pedals. It absolutely flies and rides amazingly, so much compfier than my TCR. I’ve come down from ultegra to 105 but I can barely tell the difference. I’ll get some use out of the stock wheels which aren’t bad and they look quite good, but maybe in 12 months I’ll upgrade.
A pair of hunt or ceros for less than 500 quid would get this bike down to around 8kg for a bike under 3k with disc brakes is pretty good. Live in lake district with brutal climbs everywhere and havnt had an issue with the semi compact 52/36, 11-30 set up but some might.
Uncompromising XC Race Performance Podium performance tailor made for the rigors of modern xc racing the lightest 34 ever, the all-new 34 step-cast is designed from the ground up to deliver uncompromising xc race performance with class leading tunability, chassis stiffness and strength.
FIT4 In its fourth generation, the patented FIT4 closed cartridge system provides three on-the-fly compression damping positions—Open, Medium, and Firm—to adapt to varying trail conditions. The Factory Series forks feature an additional 22 clicks of low-speed compression adjust in the Open mode, allowing riders to fine-tune their exact damping preferences.
FLOAT EVOL EVOL technology increases negative air spring volume, optimizing small bump sensitivity. EVOL’s linear spring curve delivers plushness off the top, extra mid-stroke support, and more tunable bottom-out progression.
The benefits of EVOL are further enhanced by FOX’s new Lower Leg channels and Bleeders, which both function to reduce air pressure captured in the lower legs, allowing the EVOL air spring to operate freely without unintended interference.
My first suspension. At 75 yrs old, I had moved away from a road bike to a Salsa Fargo adventure bike in 2015. The imperfections & bumps have been eliminated! I did lose some efficiency on pavement & hills that I had with my steel fork, but that is a small tradeoff compared to a comfortable ride plus riding much faster over the rough stuff.
This fork is only about 1lb heavier than my steel Salsa Firestarter. In addition to the Fargo being great for touring & commuting, I now can enjoy an expanded capability of true mountain biking as well; 100 mm of travel was the limit for my Fargo & is plenty for me.
Fox has apparently made another quality product at a somewhat lower price point. I decided to spend the extra money instead of choosing another lower priced brand.
This fork works incredibly well and has all of the features expected of a top tier product. It is the performance elite version of the Fox 36 which means the materials, damper, and everything else are identical to the Fox 36 Factory, the only difference being the black coating on the stanchions instead of the Kashima coating on the Factory forks.
The Grip2 damper is supple on the beginning stroke yet has plenty of mid stroke support and a natural progressive feel when you reach the limits of the travel. The adjustability possible with this damper makes it capable of performing equally well in all conditions as long as the rider knows how to adjust the settings appropriately.
I found the Fox website helpful in determining good starting points for air pressure, compression, and rebound values. However, the air pressure necessary to achieve the sag differed significantly from the recommended settings.
As a 165lb rider, I found myself at roughly 48 PSI rather than the suggested 65 PSI so it is important to experiment with the air pressure to find each individual’s own ideal amount. Overall it is a great fork as other review magazines and channels have said, I am very satisfied with the performance and tuning options.
is inspired by the world’s first “superbike” motorcycle, famous for its power and speed. A hydroformed frame, ultra-gloss black and chrome polish finishes, and custom license plate seamlessly combine retro style with modern e-bike technology.
It’s right for you if. Your sense of adventure is as strong as your attention to detail. From a custom saddle and grips to badass detailing, our Attitude Go! e-bikes pack a punch. Add our patented Flat Foot Technology frame geometry and the power of a Bosch motor and you’ve got yourself one sweet ride.
The tech you get The Ghostrider Go! is powered by the Bosch Performance Line system with a 250W mid-frame motor paired with a Bosch Purion display. The Shimano Nexus Inter 5-E hub makes switching gears easy, even on steep hills, and hydraulic disc brakes allow you to stop quickly and safely.
The final word Highly stylized from top to bottom and meticulously designed, these e-bikes are the ultimate expression of style. Combined with the latest Bosch technology and Electra’s patented Flat Foot Technology, the Attitude Go! collection takes a bold stance to carve out its own terrain in the e-bike landscape.
Why you’ll love it – Bosch Performance System and Shimano Nexus Inter 5-E hub provide reliable power. – The Shimano Nexus Inter 5-E hub provides the perfect range for riding an e-bike. – Vee Rubber Speedster 26″ x 2.
8″ tires ensure a smooth ride. – The front and rear Tektro hydraulic disc brakes provide smooth and powerful stops. – The hydroformed frame features custom details throughout. – The Shimano Nexus Inter 5-E hub provides the perfect range for riding an e-bike.
Have ridden this on 12 mile rides, ride it around town to go grocery shopping and have bought an MIK bike crate, grocery panniers for utility. The same keyed ABUS cafe lock and battery lock is very convenient.
The Bosch Activeline plus is fine for around town – but if you are doing big hills, this might be underpowered. Torque numbers: TURBO: 50 SPORT: 45 TOUR: 40 ECO: 35. The 400Wh battery barely went down after only one bar after a 12 mile ride on varied gentle terrain.
The assist feels very natural and smooth. The only thing I wish it had is a suspension fork, a more easily adjustable handlebar, and water bottle cage attachment screws. My husband and son have taken to riding my bike, the seat is easy to adjust and comfortable.
All in all, I’m really enjoying it and is a nice cruiser. I highly prefer the mid-drive over the hub drive in case you need to change the tire and wouldn’t use a throttle. It isn’t overly heavy (for an non-high end e-bike) and we have transported it on our Thule T2, but I like to strap it down for extra security since it does have fenders (which view as critical for a around town bike).
Let me start by saying REI was wonderful in taking care of us during this experience. I test rode the step through, the new version, as well as this step over. I ultimately decided to purchase the step over.
We went on a 29 mile ride. After 1 hill during the first mile, the pedal assist gave out. It gave out for 10 miles. Eventually we were able to get the pedal assist to work; HOWEVER, it “died” about 15 times for me.
I switched bikes with my boyfriend (he has the co-op 1. 1 electric and it works flawlessly) and he counted the pedal assist failing 27 times, approx 1-2 times per mile for the 14. 5 mile ride home. We’re in our late 30s, in great shape, and ride our manual bikes regularly….
luckily, he was able to pedal up the hills necessary to get us home. This bike is heavy, which is expected as it is a beach cruiser + the battery weight, etc. I will say that it is very comfortable to ride, I love the flat foot technology, but its awkward to stand and ride to get up hills.
I owned this bike for less than 1 day before returning. REI was very understanding and gave a full refund.
Finally, an e-bike for everyone. 7D combines the comfort & control of the best-selling bike in the U. S. with the power & fun of an e-bike at an attainable price. This fun & uncomplicated, economical ride features our patented Flat Foot Technology & Hydrive electric-assist system.
A 250W rear hub motor seamlessly delivers power to riders through three levels of support & is backed by a 309Wh battery. A 7-speed derailleur, mechanical disc brakes & balloon tires make this one sweet ride.
With a range up to 50 miles, riders can easily tackle hills & go distances out of their comfort zone. Whether it’s to the beach, running errands or cruising the neighborhood with family & friends, the Townie Go! 7D is up for the challenge.
There are a few things to consider when choosing a cruiser for a short rider. The first is the size of the bike. A cruiser should be proportionate to the rider’s height, so a smaller frame is typically better for someone who is shorter.
The second is the seat height. A cruiser with a lower seat height will be easier for a short rider to mount and dismount. The third is the handlebar height. A cruiser with a higher handlebar will be more comfortable for a short rider to reach.
Ultimately, the best cruiser for a short rider is one that is the right size and has a comfortable seat and handlebar height.