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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the All-City Zig Zag. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The steel frame is durable for training, commuting and racing.
- The Whisky No. 9 carbon fork provides comfort to riders by dampening vibrations.
- The long wheelbase on the All-City Zig Zag, offers riders excellent stability.
- The bike is very responsive and cornering is predictive, with a 71 degrees headtube and Whiskey No. 7 stem and handlebars.
- Both the Shimano 105 and Ultegra builds provide riders with a wide range of gears and smooth shifting.
- The threaded bottom bracket requires minimal maintenance compared to road bikes with a press-fit bottom bracket.
- The steel frame is coated with Electrophoretic Deposition coating to prevent the frame from rusting. This makes the bike a great winter commuter when roads may be salted.
- Experts and users agree the paint job on the Zig Zag is immaculate.
- The bike has mounts for mudguards and great clearance, fitting wheels up to 35mm, making the bike ideal for a variety of weather conditions and gravel roads.
- The bike comes tubeless-ready, making it ready for long rides over a variety of road and gravel terrain.
- All-City designed the bike for endurance riding with the A.C.E. steel frame, wide tubeless-ready tires, a long wheelbase and 71 degrees headtube.
- There are six sizes of the Zig Zag available, making this bike ideal for a wide range of riders.
- The pump peg is a retro feature that can be found on the All-City Zig Zag.
3 reasons not to buy
- Price is high according to some experts and users
- The bike tires that come on the Zig Zag are 30mm, with 35mm of clearance. Experts question why All-City did not provide a bigger tire with the Zig Zag builds.
- The bike is heavy for a road bike, weighing in at 22.12 lbs.
Expert Reviews80/100 based on 1 expert reviews
All City Zig Zag Review
All City’s mix of old-school steel and new technology continues with the Zig Zag’s handmade frame featuring thru-axle, hydraulic disc brakes and tubeless tyres – showing steel doesn’t have to be retro.
Bike Test: All-City Zig Zag
For those looking for the trappings of a steel dream bike from years past but with modern amenities, the Zig Zag has got it covered.
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Zig Zag sits confidently in that happy medium between perma-tarmac road bike and full on gravel grinder.