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  • Hollandia Oma 28 Citi Bicycle (Black, 28-Inch)
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Hollandia Oma 28 Citi Bicycle (Black, 28-Inch)

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  • Hi-Ten TIG Steel FrameAlloy 28" rimsBrown Grips and Vinyl SaddleDouble leg intergrated kickstandFront caliper and rear coaster brakesAccessories include fenders, rear dutch style rack, inclosed chainguard / dress guard, with headlight and bell
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Product Description

Hollandia Bicycles offer the authentic amsterdam experience. For those who think the journey is half the fun.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.2 x 13.2 x 3.2 inches ; 48.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 48.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B004XSDB5G
  • Item model number: HOLL-5
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,489 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By ND Mom on June 17, 2014
I don't usually write reviews, but this bike seems to be getting some harsh criticism, so I thought I'd chime in. I've been saving for a bicycle for 3 years to update my old thrift store cruiser. I wanted a nice combination of form and function for leisurely rides around town and on the bike path. We have very long winters in North Dakota, so I didn't need year round transportation. Another thing about North Dakota is the lack of bicycle shops! I could not find anyone to take my money. I looked at Electras and Linuses and Pashleys. I called shops in Fargo and the Twin Cities and scoured The Internet, but I could not find a Dutch bike that wouldn't require a network of friends and strangers to acquire. I wanted Quality! Then, disheartened, I found old Oma here and had her shipped to my door. I'm so glad I went with the $200 bike I don't have to fear dinging or having stolen because I invested the price of a car. It arrived quickly and well packed. My husband put it together in about an hour and adjusted the seat and handlebars for me. This is a very large, sturdy black bicycle. It's simple, with good lines, and when combined with a Yepp mini it works wonderfully for towing my children around in the summer. The lack of gears means I need to adjust my technique on hills to avoid hopping off and walking (don't be afraid to pedal fast if there is an incline coming up.) I have really enjoyed it so far and it has exceeded my expectations. Also, I am in no way affiliated with anyone who makes or sells these bikes- just a consumer who came upon it while looking for a bicycle that wasn't candy colored or built for speed.
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Janster on August 4, 2012
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I can not recommend this bike. It was very poorly packaged, arrived with scratches and dings. Overall it is a very cheap looking bike. I returned it the day it arrived.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Reader on September 22, 2014
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My wife and I live near a bike trail and ride our bikes regularly. We decided we could use another bike in case company wanted to ride with us or if one of our bikes was in the shop. We saw the Oma ("grandma") and were smitten by its classic good looks while being attracted to its low price. So we bought it.
On style points, the bike is a "10." It is a lovely copy of the kind of hundred-year-old bike that Almira Gulch rode at the beginning of The Wizard of Oz. It uses vinyl where the old bikes used to use canvas, but is otherwise a precise replica. As a work of sculpture for your lawn, that is wonderful. But, as a mode of transportation, the picture is less rosy.
Bike technology has advanced a lot in the last century. Many modern bikes, like my comfort bike, have the cyclist riding "upright." This is in contrast to the road bikes where you ride bent over with your neck craning forward while you ride. But, on the Oma, the cyclist rides erect -- sitting straight up like a Victorian school marm. The handle bars curve back to the rider, making a fully-upright posture the most natural. On my comfort bike, the straight handle bars make me lean forward a bit, placing my center of gravity over the pedals instead of over the seat. This small shift of position accomplishes a surprising number of things.
First, being fully erect is quite unstable, while leaning a bit forward makes you feel much more balanced and in control. Second, it is easier to pedal, as your weight can easily be shifted more onto the pedals when you are going up-hill. With the Oma, you are generally pedalling only with the muscles in your legs, which can be quite tiring on uneven ground.
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