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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles ADV 2.1. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The Co-op Cycles ADV 2.1 can be ridden on or off-pavement with 700c Kenda Flintridge tires.
- The bike's mechanical disc brakes are easy to maintain. They stop the bike in all types of weather.
- A rear rack can be used on the bike.
- Drop bars provide riders with multiple riding positions. This gives them control over a variety of terrain and comfort during long days in the saddle.
- The Shimano drivetrain gives cyclists a great gear range for climbing and descending.
- Bike bags can be secured to the bike. This increases its carrying capacity for touring, bikepacking and commuting.
- Users were pleased that shifters are placed near the brake levers and not on the bar ends. Co-op Cycles uses bar-end shifters on other bikes in this category.
- The aluminum frame has smooth welds. The bike's frame is durable.
- Consumers that chose to have the bike shipped to them found it came well-packaged and undamaged from shipping.
- Co-op Cycles designed the ADV 2.1 in five sizes, fitting riders from 5'0" to 6'3".
- Weighing in at 23.5 lb, the bike is light.
3 reasons not to buy
- Many users experienced issues shifting the bike. Much of the time this was due to poor adjustments made by the major retailer when the bike was bought in store.
- The gearing on the ADV 2.1 is not ideal for sprints, according to one tester.
- Some users expressed that the sizing recommended by Co-op Cycles is off. They need to size down to offer the best fit.