Northwoods Pomona Women's Dual Suspension Comfort Bike
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- 26" Steel 36 Spoke Wheels with Custom-Design Cruiser Tires
- Aluminum Frame , Will fit riders from 5.3 feet to 6 feet
- Ergo Fit Steel Handlebar with Twist Shifters
- Comfortable Cruiser Seat, full cover chain guard
- Shimano Rear Derailleur
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The Northwoods Pomona Dual Suspension Comfort Bike is the perfect bike for anyone looking for reliability, comfort and tremendous value in a city bicycle. The heart of the Pomona is a hand crafted, light weight aluminum dual suspension frame which soaks up bumps on the most uneven roads. This combined with even more light weight parts such as alloy rims, stem and quick release seat clamp and you have a bike that will feel nimble and surprisingly agile. An industry standard Shimano rear derailleur highlights the drive train. Available in Men’s or Women’s frames styles.
Color: Mint Green/Silver
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Sadly, the cheesy junk plastic axle protector that should have protected the derailleur failed miserably to do so. The box was too small for the bike and offered no protection to the wheels and axles.
The derailleur was bent so badly it was protruding into the spokes of the rear wheel about 3/4" I've owned and repaired a lot of bikes (including my three kid's bikes) and never seen a derailleur so totally destroyed.
This is (was) a decent bike for the money before it went into the cheap, garbage packaging that some moron designed to ship this bike in. Kent International needs to find the engineers that designed this packaging and fire them.
The bike is a total write-off. Returning it tomorrow. What a stupid waste to think that this bike will wind up in a dumpster somewhere, because the labor to split and replace the chain to install a new derailleur will be more expensive than the landfill will charge to dump it.
An extra measley $3 spent on better packaging would have made me a happy customer.
Amazon, I hope you are listening. You need to put a stop-ship on these bikes, send them all back to Kent for inspection and repackaging.
If you are thinking about buying one of these, I'd guess you have a one-in-four chance of getting an undamaged bike.
I have ridden apprx 10 miles since assembly a few hours ago. It's not bad for a bike in this price range. It needed a little tweaking but not much. A few bolts had to be tightened and minor adjustments had to be done. You need a general knowledge of bike mechanics to assemble on your own.
I have not had the opportunity to use the higher gears but 1 through 4 work well. Back brake was perfect straight out of the box. The tires work well on grass as well as on paved surfaces
The seat is fine for short rides. I will probably replace for a more comfortable seat at some point.
The paint has few minor dings and small scratches. The decals are fine right now but doubt they will last long.
It's a good looking bike and a decent ride.