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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles REV 24. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
9 reasons to buy
- The Co-op Cycles Rev 24 has wide handlebars, a low standover height and 2.6” tires, providing riders with stability on the bike.
- Users agree the bike is durable, with its high-quality aluminum frame.
- The bike is lighter than its competitors, weighing in at 28.2 lbs.
- The wide Slant Six Sport tires on the Rev 24 provide young riders with great traction over trails, dirt and pavement.
- Assembly of the bike is easy. Co-op Cycles includes the multi-tool needed for assembly.
- With its smooth-shifting 7-speed Shimano Tourney drivetrain, the REV 24 is an excellent bike for young riders just learning to shift.
- Users agree the bike is affordable.
- Logan mechanical disc brakes are easy for riders to engage on the REV 24.
- Co-op Cycles and REI provide riders with fantastic customer service when addressing users' issues or concerns regarding their bikes.
4 reasons not to buy
- The bike does not have mounts for a water bottle cage.
- The bike is not kickstand compatible. One user found that when they installed a kickstand it had to be modified or it rubbed on the tire.
- Several users found the Shimano Tourney derailleur was easy to damage.
- Testers state that brakes wear quickly, on the REV 24.