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

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  • Single-speed, men's city bike with hi-ten steel frame
  • 28-inch, 36-hole alloy rims with 28 by 1.75-inch black tires
  • Front caliper and rear coaster brakes
  • Equipped with fenders, enclosed chainguard, and dress guard
  • Dutch-style front and rear racks, headlight, and bell included
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Product Description


Ride in style on the Opa 28 City Bike from Hollandia. This single-speed bike will get you around town comfortably and in style. The Opa features a quality steel frame, a fully enclosed chainguard and dress guard, fenders, and 28-inch alloy rims. Built with convenience and style in mind, the bike comes equipped with an integrated double-leg kickstand, Dutch-style front and rear racks, a front headlight, and a bell. Why walk or drive when you can pedal in such style?


  • Speed: single
  • Frame: Hi-ten steel; lug brazed welding
  • Kickstand: double leg integrated kickstand
  • Brakes: front caliper, rear coaster
  • Rims: alloy single wall; 28-inch diameter; 36 hole
  • Tires: 28 by 1.75-inch black
  • Fenders
  • Enclosed chainguard and dress guard
  • Front and rear Dutch-style racks
  • Headlight
  • Bell

About Hollandia Bicycles
Established in 2007, the Dutch-based Hollandia company specialized in high-quality, lightweight steel and alloy bicycles that offer the authentic Amsterdam experience. Especially popular in the north of Europe, Hollandia outgrew its original plant in 2010 and moved production to a new facility in the east of Europe. Among bicycling enthusiasts, Hollandia is quickly gaining a reputation as a producer of the very highest caliber of affordable bicycles available.

Product Description

Hi-Ten TIG Steel Frame Alloy 28" rims Brown Grips and Vinyl Saddle Double leg intergrated kickstand Front caliper and rear coaster brakes Accessories include fenders, front and rear dutch style racks, inclosed chainguard / dress guard, with headlight and bell

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 15 x 15 inches ; 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 55.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • ASIN: B004XYZYT6
  • Item model number: HOLL-6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #166,389 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The instruction manual provided didn't address this model.
CDR Floyd
No worries of the bike falling over hear... I will certainly ride it alot in the future.
It is also a very tall bike, which is great for me at 6'1".

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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By GROG on July 20, 2012
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I like the looks of the "dutch" style bicycles but did not wish to pay $500-$1800 for one. The next least expensive option I could find above the Hollandia Opa was the "Flying Pigeon" which is likely a more "genuine" option but at $199.00 plus $150.00 shipping it is a bit more expensive (and to my understanding) would require much more assembly and adjustment. Now to the Hollandia bike itself. Un-boxing: Mine arrived in its box which appeared to have been previously opened. Looking in the box made me think that this had been previously unpacked and then repacked haphazardly. Inspection: I carefully inspected all of the parts and the only damage I could find was some deep gouges in the paint of main parts of the front package carrier. (More on this later) I decided to go ahead with assembly of the bike as I was not going to send it back for those scratches and was confident that Amazon would resolve this to my satisfaction. Assembly: The assembly guide included with the bike is indeed rather generic so some mechanical ability and/or experience assembling bicycles would be helpful. Assembly consists mainly just of putting on the front wheel, seat and handle bars and stem, for me, this went very smooth. There are no instructions for the front package carrier but I found looking at the pictures on line (zoomed in) to be adequate guidance for assemble and installation. Just remember to assemble with the all nuts and bolts finger tight first, before wrench tightening it after installing it on the bike to allow for adjustment. Once it was all together I adjusted the front brake (expected) and inflated the tires as well as adjusting seat height and angle. Details of construction: The frame tubes are butt welded (tig?) together like most low end bikes.Read more ›
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sebastian on July 23, 2013
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This is my first new bike since I was a lad so I was a bit rusty on bike maintenance 101, so I thought I share what I learned. You will need the appropriate 12 or 13 fitted wrench as an adjustable wrench wont do.

1. What I like about the bike.
a. The old fashion design and I am amused that like the Ford model T it comes in any color as long as it is black (The Model T is from 1908, a contemporary of our bike model).
b. Large wheels, 28" which seems to be the largest wheel available though I have ridden old Dutch bicycles with bigger ones.
c. Comfortable upright riding and no gears. I was worried about the strength and comfort of the seat and it is fine, my delicate behind is not complaining, even though I ride on gravel road for some of the journey.
d. Coaster brakes! (back pedaling brakes the rear wheel)
e. Customer service from Bike Aid. Bike Aid manages the customer service for Hollandia in the USA. It is a small operation, no phone tree from hell, the receptionists answers, you ask for Steve R. in parts and you have a very helpful New Yorker in Iowa. Steve sent me pictures of how the chainguard was assembled because there was something amiss with mine. Also when I bent my pedal by exerting too much force by starting uphill from a stand still (I am no shrinking violet) he sent a sprocket assembly, because he had no manual it took three tries before I received the right size sprocket, but now he knows, so if you need a sprocket for your Opa bike he'll know what size it is (you are welcome). All at no cost to me, they stand behind their product!
f. Well designed and built (My issues arose from the final assembly, see below)
g. Runs well and I get a little exercise in the bargain.

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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on November 17, 2012
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Hi...I have read some reviews on here and else where and it's really sad when you hear bad reviews on this bike. I feel from my own personal experience that this bike is not as bad as people state it is. I feel that the people that have harsh comments for this bike are very picky and expect perfection on anything they buy. Nothing is prefect that's what makes life so unique. Also consumers need to be more educated on how each bike is built and what set budgets they have to adhere to. If you buy a 100 dollar bike do not expect the bike to have high end parts. If you buy a bike for 1 thousand dollars expect the bike to have more high end parts. Also the majority of bicycles today hire companies from Asia. Hard to escape that in today's econonmy. I gave this bike a 4 star rating and not a 5 because the only weak point on this bike is the brake calipers front and the extra adjustments on the chain guard and wheel guard.

Now, I am a bike builder and I love bicycles so obviously this bike caught my eye. At first I did not want to buy because of some of the harsh reviews. But I took a chance out of curiousity. Oh boy!...I am glad I did. Well boxed. First glance I was impressed. Overall design is great! The frame structure seems great! The paint on this bike is flawless...seems like a black underbase with a nice clear coat. Could be powered coated but I did not double check. I love it so does not matter. The graphics are silk screened on self stick clear material and stuck on frame. Stickers are just fine no probably there other than it could have been nice to silk screen on the frame. The racks very strudy both front and rear. The light it's plastic than again what is not plastic today. Despite that the light is very nice. Very retro looking and better it's battery powered.
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