Brooklyn Bicycle Co. Wythe

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24.0, 27.0 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on Brooklyn Bicycle Co. Wythe. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

11 reasons to buy

  • Casual geometry made the Wythe a comfortable ride.
  • Many buyers felt that the Wythe represented great value for money.
  • A smooth ride was reported by owners.
  • Handling aboard the Wythe was described as nimble.
  • At a 24lb minimum, the Wythe came across as lightweight.
  • Excellent customer service and assistance was lauded.
  • Owners decribed the Wythe as a sturdy ride.
  • One owner found the Wythe strong enough to pull two kids at 60lbs.
  • The manufacturer cooperates with local bike shops on assembly.
  • This rig was seen as stylish and sleek, in matt black or raw finish.
  • In general, the quality of the Wythe was lauded.

4 reasons not to buy

  • Pedals were cheap and disappointed more than one owner.
  • The stock saddle was sometimes described as large or uncomfortable.
  • The 46 x 17t gearing ratio was a bit low and spinny downhills.
  • A tall rider felt overstretched with the stock stem and bar setup.

Bottom line

The Wythe was described as a “no-nonsense”, no-frills, single-speed option. Components are mid-range but reliable. Casual users won’t need to upgrade or replace parts any time soon. Bicycle mechanics praised the quality and construction of the Wythe, considering its low price. The manufacturer cooperates with local bike shops to ensure that owners can easily access professional assembly options for their new bike. Geometry may not appeal to those looking for a ‘street-track’ option, but will suit casual riders and commuters.

Expert Reviews

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Pretty. Damned. Fast.
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Brooklyn Bicycle Co. Wythe

Level 1 expert

It’s light and fast with clean lines and a low profile look… a perfect first urban bike, a great reliable commuter, and a lot of style at a truly modest price point.

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User Ratings

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