Earns praise for offering a nice, comfortable ride in a variety of settings, from cruising around town to riding light trails. Has a lightweight design, good looks, 24 speeds and smooth-shifting gears.
The disc brakes occasionally need to be tweaked, as they tend to squeak and rub.
The perfect choice for trail riding over rough terrain, thanks to the 27.5" knobby tires, superior suspension, and 24 speeds. A great combination of lightweight and durable construction.
The price falls on the higher end of the scale, but if you need a bike designed for rugged use and tough surfaces, you may not mind.
Pretty, well made, and affordable. The ideal bike for leisure cycling, as it sports a classic style for easy riding and suspension fork for excellent shock absorption. Has 21 speeds and a step-through frame.
Assembly instructions lack details, which is especially confusing when it comes to adjusting the brakes.
Sleek styling, easy on and off step-through design, and lightweight build are the hallmarks of this Diamondback bike that is also capable of 21 speeds.
Assembly of the gear unit can be tricky. The pedals have been reported to rub against the front wheels on sharp turns. Comes with subpar instructions.
This is the perfect bike for young ladies, thanks to the 24" wheels, 14 speeds, and compact frame. Even petite women may find it pleasurable for short, casual rides.
Assembling the brakes can be difficult, though the rest of the bike is pretty simple to put together. Wheel spokes feel flimsy.
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