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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles DRT 1.1. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- The DRT 1.1 is an entry-level mountain bike. Experts agree it’s great for riders looking to test the trails for the first time.
- The bike is extremely affordable.
- Users agree the aluminum frame is durable on the bike.
- The Shimano drivetrain shifts smoothly on the DRT 1.1.
- The DRT 1.1 is easy to assemble.
- The wide handlebars on the bike give riders stability over rough trails.
- Users found the DRT 1.1's lavender hue extremely attractive.
- Testers were pleased that the bike was compatible with a disc rack.
- A kickstand is easy to attach to the DRT 1.1.
- The bike is available in sizes XS to XL. This allows teen riders and most adults the ability to utilize it.
- The Tektro hydraulic disc brakes on the DRT 1.1 are smooth-operating and reliable, according to testers.
- Many testers agree that the WTB Volt Saddle is comfortable on the bike.
- The SR Suntour suspension fork smooths out one’s ride over rough terrain on the DRT 1.1.
3 reasons not to buy
- One user’s pedal broke with little use on the DRT 1.1.
- A few users reported the bike arrived with scratches on the frame.
- The Kenda Kadre tires do not provide adequate traction on the bike. Testers suggest swapping them for grippier tires.