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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles DRT 2.2. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
9 reasons to buy
- The DRT 2.2 is available in sizes x-small to x-large, fitting a wide range of riders.
- The bike has a wide range of gears, setting riders up for efficient climbs and powerful descents.
- The bike shifts smoothly with the SRAM NX Eagle groupset.
- The Shimano hydraulic disc brakes offer riders excellent stopping power, on the DRT 2.2.
- The 2.8” WTB Ranger tires roll over rough terrain with ease.
- The Rockshox Recon RL front suspension offers riders comfort on rough, rocky trails.
- The DRT 2.2 is easy to maneuver around obstacles. It is a mid-travel bike, with 120mm-140mm of fork travel, depending on the bike's size.
- The X-Fusion Manic dropper post is great for comfort and control on descents.
- This bike is affordable, according to users.
3 reasons not to buy
- Users found that paint scraped off the frame easily.
- The WTB Ranger Tires were too thin for one user.
- The grips that come on the bike are not the most comfortable and lack end caps.