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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles ADV 3.1. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
9 reasons to buy
- The ADV 3.1 is a steel bike. It's durable enough to take on multi-day adventures.
- Wide 650b x 50mm tires come standard on the bike, providing riders with comfort, stability and traction on pavement, gravel and mountain roads.
- A wide gear range allows riders to maneuver up climbs easily.
- Users found the color of the bike to be attractive.
- The mechanical disc brakes are responsive on the ADV 3.1.
- Users found the brakes easy to adjust and maintain during multi-day tours, where hydraulic disc brakes may be more difficult to address issues with.
- The ADV 3.1's frame and gear set-up can easily handle the weight of a loaded bike.
- Mounts on the frame and fork allow riders to easily attach bags and gear for bikepacking.
- Flared drop bars provide riders with multiple positions for hand placement. This helps riders maintain comfort on long days in the saddle.
5 reasons not to buy
- The Co-op Cycles ADV 3.1 is not the fastest bike.
- Several users disliked the bike's bar-end shifters, which could strike knees or get in the way when positioned in the hoods of the bars on descents.
- The bike has a skewer in the rear dropouts instead of a thru-axle.
- The derailleur routing is ugly, according to numerous users.
- The bike is heavy.
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