sixthreezero Ride in the Park Men's 7-Speed City Road Bicycle, Grey, 18" Frame/700x32c Wheels
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- Classic 7-speed Men's city cruiser bike with low-profile, lightweight aluminum frame for easy on and off
- Shimano 7-speed external derailleur allows wide range of rides, from leisure to long distance; front and rear handbrakes for easy stopping
- Rear rack for optional baskets and matching full fenders; seat and handlebar geometry puts rider in an upright, heads-up position
- 700 x 35C wheels with double-walled rims for a smooth ride; comfortable brown synthetic leather saddle and matching grips with classic stitching Fits riders from 5 feet to 6 feet 2 inches tall; comes 85 percent assembled
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From the manufacturer
Affordable quality with eye-catching design is the sixthreezero approach to bicycles. Started in 2005 out of a garage in Hermosa Beach, CA, the founders wanted to build a bike company that would get people excited about two-wheeled movement.
Designed with comfort, ease, and style as top priorities, sixthreezero bikes are suited for a vast range of riders. Neighborhoods, cities, parks, and beaches are all great places to pedal a sixthreezero.
Comfort, Style, and Speed
7-Speed Ride in the Park Touring City Bike
Offering maximum versatility for a wide range of activities, the Ride in the Park men's city bike lets you cruise, coast, and climb in comfort, whether making your daily commute, zipping off to the grocery store, or riding along the beachfront.
Featuring lightweight aluminum construction, the Ride in the Park efficiently navigates light traffic and hills.
The upright riding design makes longer rides more comfortable, and you can easily customize the height and tilt of the handlebar.
- Easily switch the 7 gears via twist grip shifters on the handlebar
- Front and rear handbrakes for more precise stopping
- Includes matching fender and rear rack for optional baskets
- Fits riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 2 inches tall
The handlebar geometry encourages an upright riding position that helps keep your shoulders, arms, and back relaxed and comfortable, whether your cruising for fun or attacking the morning commute.
The soft brown synthetic leather handgrips provide a firm grip and are complemented with a classic stitching detail.
Get Around Town
Need to head out on errands, meet up with a friend, or get to work?
Skip the car and zip around town quickly with the Ride in the Park — no parking fees or traffic jams.
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Designed to let you cruise, coast, and climb, the sixthreezero Ride in the Park men's bicycle combines a classic city cruiser frame with a choice of three gearing options — making it ideal for beach journeys, trips to the market, and urban commuting. Featuring lightweight aluminum construction, the men's Ride in the Park has a low-profile diamond frame design for easy entry, plus a seat and handlebar geometry that puts you in an upright, heads-up position.
Offering maximum versatility for a wide range of activities, this stylish bike is outfitted with a comfortable synthetic leather saddle and matching grips with classic stitching.
The Ride in the Park men's bike is available in two gearing options:
- 7-speed Shimano external hub allows for a wide range of riding — from leisure to long distance commutes. Includes front and rear handbrakes.
- 3-speed Shimano internal hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter enables you to handle longer distances and moderate hills. Includes front and rear handbrake.
It also comes with a rear rack for mounting optional baskets or panniers (sold separately), matching full fenders to protect you from splashes and debris, twist shifter for quick gear changes, a 700 x 32C wheel set, and double-walled rims for a smooth ride. This 26-inch bike fits riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 2 inches tall, and it comes 85 percent assembled.
Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.
Assembly Guide click here [PDF 10.27 MB]
- Package Dimensions : 54.02 x 30.59 x 7.99 inches; 37.48 Pounds
- Item model number : 630051
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : September 22, 2016
- Manufacturer : Sixthreezero Enterprises, L.L.C.
- ASIN : B01LE0AE14
Best Sellers Rank:
#373,384 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #23 in Comfort Bikes
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First, the bike is very attractive, if that’s important to you.
It arrived with the frame, rear wheel, derailleur and fender already assembled and there was no shift adjustment required on mine. The remainder of the unit was easily assembled in spite of the fact that the instructions were for a different model, and it took me about two hours to complete and align.
The front fender did not align properly with the wheel regardless of adjustments because the supplied strut was too long by about ½”. The Sixthreezero rep I communicated with argued with me, claiming this couldn’t possibly be so, but he sent a replacement that turned out to be… ½” shorter and worked fine. Regardless of our disagreement the response time was very fast.
I like the quick release levers for the front and rear wheels and the seat, making removal, but unfortunately also theft, easy. So if you get this model be sure to get a good lock and a steel cable or chain long enough to go through the frame and both wheels.
The Shimano 7-speed derailleur is smooth and immediately responsive, unlike the bike I had many years ago.
However, as this is advertised as a “comfort” bike, it would be nice if it had a comfortable seat. The seat it comes with is hard and narrow and you probably will want to replace it immediately. Sixthreezero should include a better seat, or at least make that an upgrade option. The brackets that connect the fenders to the bracing struts are mounted on the outside surface and could be painted to match instead of bare metal. Maybe that’s picky, but it is noticeable. It is a requirement to open an account with the company in order to get your one-year warranty which means you’ll get more daily spam, as if you need that, but you can always block it.
Also, if you’re looking for comfort you might choose a model with thicker tires to give a somewhat smoother ride. I can’t fault Sixthreezero for my choice since the picture and specs are plainly noted in Amazon’s description.
As I get more riding time, I’ll update my review.
#2 the installation was much easier than I thought. I have never put a bike together so I had read that it would be a little more difficult but it was pretty straight forward and came with just about everything you need. The only thing that didn’t quite work was attaching the rack behind the seat. It didn’t quite line up right so I just removed mine. If you’re a bigger guy such as myself (6’ 2” 290lbs), the seat may be a little uncomfortable but would be an easy fix.
I now get the pleasure of taking it apart and sending it back to Amazon.
The bike itself is very nice and smooth. The breaks are ok - very traditional caliper breaks. The only thing I have had a bit of trouble with is getting the fender over the chain adjusted properly so it doesn't make a noise when I am climbing hills. Not a huge deal.
The shifter is very smooth and the bike is very light. Overall I'm quite happy with it, though I may upgrade the brakes someday.
This bike isn't just for men either!
Highly recommend this bike! Wonderful! I'm so pleased!