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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles DRT 1.0. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The Co-op Cylces DRT 1.0 is great for shorter riders with its 26" wheels and tires.
- The bike has 100mm of travel in the front fork. This allows riders to travel over obstacles on beginner mountain bike trails.
- The WTB Volt saddle is comfortable.
- Wide handlebars offer great stability on uneven trails and descents on the DRT 1.0.
- The Shimano Rapidfire Plus shifters and Shimano Tourney groupset allow for smooth-shifting.
- The DRT 1.0 is affordably priced.
- Assembly is a quick process.
- The hydraulic disc brakes perform well in most climates.
- The aluminum frame is well-constructed and durable.
- The DRT 1.0 is sized well for older children and teenagers.
- Users agree REI provides buyers with excellent customer service.
4 reasons not to buy
- The Co-op Cycles DRT 1.0 comes with confusing instructions, according to many.
- The SR Suntour fork is heavy compared to other mountain bikes on the market.
- A full-sized water bottle does not fit in the frame of the bike.
- Riders with shorter arms had to cut the bars down to achieve the most comfortable riding position.