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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles CTY 1.2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The Co-op Cycles CTY 1.2 is a hybrid bike with a durable aluminum frame.
- The bike has attachment points for a rack, allowing riders to carry their work or groceries across town. This also makes the bike a capable touring bike.
- Fender mounts are provided, for riders looking to stay dry on wet days.
- A weight capacity of 300lb allows most riders to carry ample cargo.
- Co-op Cycles offers the CTY 1.2 in sizes XS to XL. Riders 5’0 to 6’ 3” can ride it.
- The bike is easy to assemble, using the tools included with the bike.
- 700c x 35mm Kenda Kwik Trax tires provide riders with excellent traction over paved and gravel surfaces.
- The hydraulic disc brakes are extremely responsive, on the Co-op Cycles CTY 1.2.
- The Selle Royale Shadow+ saddle is plush, providing many users with great comfort. It even has a gel layer.
- Handlebar ends provide riders with additional positions to place their hands. This allows them to adjust their riding position, on the go, for a more pleasurable ride.
2 reasons not to buy
- Users noted that the matte finish on the frame can easily be scuffed.
- Some testers experienced issues shifting in the lowest gears of the CTY 1.2.