|Color||Cream w/ Black Seat/Grips|
|Wheel size||26 Inches|
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- Step-through aluminum city frame 7-speed hybrid touring, urban commuting, and cruiser bike with matching full fenders, and 26" wheels
- Shimano 7-speed External Derailleur with front and rear handbrakes allows for wide range of riding from leisure to long distance commutes
- Brown synthetic leather comfy saddle and grips with classic stitching; 2" semi-slick tires provide excellent roll, and a cushioned, stable ride
- Low swooping frame makes for easy step-thru entry on and off the bike; puts rider in an upright, heads-up position
- The foot-forward seat and pedal position allows riders of varying heights to stop and put feet flat on the ground while staying in the saddle
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From the manufacturer
The epitome of timeless style and modern comfort, this is a hybrid cruiser made for adventure.
Ride with sixthreezero
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.
One Bike, EVRY Occassion
The Seven-Speed 26-Inch EVRYjourney
With high gloss chrome components and a frame with a glistening sheen, the EVRYjourney classic hybrid cruiser looks like a sleek, modern showpiece. Choose the single-speed model for cruising around the neighborhood and easy-going rides on flat terrain. If you you've got hills to climb or want to cover more miles, the 3-speed and 7-speed models will get you to your destination with style and grace. The 21-speed model will help you tackle demanding street, trail, long distance, and uphill riding.
- 26-inch wheels with 2-inch semi-slick tires provide excellent roll and a cushioned, stable ride
- Lightweight aluminum frame for easy maneuvering
- Includes matching fender and rear rack for optional baskets
- Front and rear handbrakes for easy stopping
- Fits riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 4 inches tall
Built for Comfort and Adventure
The EVRYjourney has a forward pedaling design that allows your back to stay upright while you maintain proper leg extension when riding.
Stand Over Position
The frame's forward pedaling geometry enables you to place your foot flat on the ground when stopped and still get proper leg extension when riding.
The EVRYjourney comes in two frame geometry sizes to accommodate a wide range of riders. The 26-inch model fits riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 4 inches tall. The 24-inch bike is great for riders from 4 feet, 3 inches to 4 feet, 11 inches.
|Women's Cruiser||Around the Block||Explore Your Range||Ride in the Park||Body Ease||Pave 'n Trail|
|More from sixthreezero||A curvy classic with whitewall tires, included fenders, and color combinations keep things cool. Customize the gearing with 1-, 3-, or 7-speed models depending on your riding needs.||Made for those that would rather have a mojito than an adrenaline rush, this men's cruiser offers adjustable seats and handlebars, upright riding style, and four gear options.||A Shimano 7-speed external derailleur combines with lightweight aluminum construction and a low-profile diamond frame that's designed for easy on and off.||Designed to let you cruise, coast, and climb, you'll enjoy easy commuting with its lightweight aluminum frame with a Shimano 7-speed external derailleur.||Body Ease geometry, Tension Free upright riding position, Cloud Soft suspension seat post, and Vibrazorb front suspension fork combine to make rides as easy on your body as possible.||Designed for maximum body comfort while riding on pavement and hard-packed trails, it includes a Vibrazorb front suspension for reduced shock, plus optimized frame geometry.|
A classic hybrid cruiser made for maximum comfort, the EVRYjourney women's bike has a low center of gravity and foot-forward design that helps keep your back upright while maintaining proper leg extension for optimal pedaling. With looks made for the beach and the gears to take you everywhere else, the sixthreezero EVRYjourney is ready for anything – from hitting the trails at the crack of dawn to cruising the beach at the dusk. The EVRYjourney's modern swooping aluminum frame is designed with foot-forward seat and pedal positioning, allowing riders of varying heights to stop and put feet flat on the ground. When at a full stop, you can stand over the seat and low swooping frame for easy mounting and dismounting. The 1.95-inch wide whitewall semi-slick tires provide a cushioned, stable ride for easy rolling. This bike comes complete with a rear rack for use with optional panniers, baskets, and other accessories, plus matching full fenders to keep you protected from rain and debris. It also includes a dual spring seat and leather-stitched grips for optimized comfort. Recommended for single-ride trips up to 30 miles and speeds up to 30 MPH, the 26-inch EVRYjourney is sized for riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 4 inches tall; the 24-inch model is sized for riders 4 feet, 3 inches to 4 feet 11, inches. It comes 80% assembled, and weighs 38 pounds when fully assembled. Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.
Product detailsStyle:26"/7-speed | Color:Cream w/ Black Seat/Grips
Assembly Guide click here [PDF 12.53 MB]
- Item Weight : 38 Pounds
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : September 29, 2020
- Manufacturer : sixthreezero
- ASIN : B08KGSD2SV
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#243,741 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #24 in Hybrid Bikes
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I have several pictures and will update this when I can get them uploaded. Until then "Buyer Beware", this bike is going back.
I was able to take my EVRYjourney out for a 45ish minute ride yesterday, and fine tuned my fitment. LOVELOVELOVELOVE THIS BIKE!
No complaints about the product itself, rather I am SUPER displeased with the seller, AMAZON.
I purchased this beautiful bike NEW. However, as I got further into assembly, I realized that I had been sent a USED/RETURNED bike.
First, after gently unpacking my sweet new ride I found both the front and rear fenders to be bent, as well as the rear rack. As these were easily bent back to their proper states, I didn't take photos or worry.
Next, I spent the following hour searching my trash thinking that I had accidentally thrown the little bag of bolts/nuts/washers away, since they were not in the box with the pedals, quick release axle, etc.
However, I thought to reference the manual for where those pieces went on the bike, and lo and behold, they were on the bike. This was, at this point more of a relief than an aggravation.
As I continued with assembly, I was constantly having to bend or adjust something to prevent it from rubbing on the tires. This was making what initially appeared to be a fairly easy assembly, not very easy at all. At one point I had to make many minor adjustments to the rear brake and fender in order to get the rear brake from hitting the fender every time the brake was applied, and make a god awful clicking noise. While doing this, I discover that the hex bolt on the right hand side of the rear break, the one clamping down the brake cable, was horribly stripped, Fortunately it was not horribly tight, and a slightly larger hex key worked to make the adjustment that I needed.
After several hours of bending and adjusting, bolting and unbolting, then bolting again, I was in the home stretch. All that I had left was to attach the rear rack. I found another stripped hex nut on right side upper arm attachment. This one would not budge for penetrating oil, vice grips, gentle taps from a hammer, and even a heat gun. I mangled that bolt trying to get it loose. I really wanted to get it out with the threads intact. But after a long fight, I accepted the truth.
Finally after getting an extractor kit and a tap and die kit involved, I finally got the bolt out. As I backed it out, I realized it was cross threaded by whoever had put it in. I re-tapped the hole, and use a new hex bolt from the local hardware store to replace the FUBAR one.
After a 10 hour fight, all was finally right with the world. I took her for a quick test ride up and down my street, made two more fender adjustments, and she was done. I am VERY HAPPY with my new bike, and look forward to riding for fun as well as commuting to work again.
HOWEVER. If not for me having a mechanical background, and a respectable collection of tools, I would have been screwed at about the 5th hour in, when I first began trying to negotiate with the cross-threaded bolt. I think the average customer would have been forced to return the bike, and hope that they didn't get another effed up one on the exchange. I work night shift, have tools, and know how to extract bolts and how to thread holes for new ones. It was much less of a pain in the @ $ $ for me, personally, to do the fixes myself, rather than to disassemble the bike, repackage it, load it in my car, and start the return process.
I only had time for a quick test drive, not even five minutes, due to needing to get to work (yes I stayed up all day putting this bike together/fixing it). From what little time I had, I was overjoyed with my new bike, though I am certain that I have, in advance, voided the lifetime warranty that can be purchased from sixthreezero for $39.99. A few minor adjustments need made in regard to handle bar and seat position, but I am super happy. I give sixthreezero FIVE STARS for an excellent product.
I am giving Amazon.com Services, Inc ONE STAR for sending me a USED and DAMAGED 7-Speed EVRYjourney, AND for charging me the price of a NEW 7-Speed EVRYjourney. For the time and money spent assembling and repairing this damaged bike, I would hope that a partial refund is given to me.
Top reviews from other countries
de EVRYJourney de 21 velocidades. He batallado un poco con los cambios pero porque estaba acostumbrada a los cambios de mi bicicleta anterior. Me gustaría que existieran más accesorios.