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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Caraci F1 Alloy. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
5 reasons to buy
- Riders say the Caraci F1 rides smoothly.
- Assembly is easy for most owners.
- Beefy 35c tires handle rough city streets and withstand smashing the occasional curb.
- A handful of owners regard the Caraci F1 as a well-made and sturdy steed.
- Some fixie-fanciers find the Caraci F1’s candy-colorways make this bike a brilliant beauty.
11 reasons not to buy
- At 26 pounds for an all-aluminum frame, The Caraci F1 was a tad chunky.
- One owner mentioned that the inclusion of a single chain-tensioner was more trouble than help.
- A few riders of The Caraci F1 found the saddle posterior-unfriendly.
- The Caraci F1 sometimes arrived pre-damaged. This included scratches on the frame, stem and cranks.
- On one bike, the bottom-bracket was cross-threaded. Once the owner removed it for maintenance, the bike was unusable.
- Componentry was declared to be generally cheap.
- A crank persistently fell off for one owner.
- Riders may experience ‘toeverlap’ on The Caraci F1 (Toes may impact the front tire).
- The no-name colored tires exploded via hand-inflation for one owner.
- The pedals of The Caraci F1 broke on the first ride, for one owner.
- Valves were too short for the bike’s deep rims, owners needed an extender to inflate tires.