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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles REV CTY. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
7 reasons to buy
- The REV CTY Kids' Bike has 21 speeds that riders can transition between easily with a twist grip shifter.
- The bike has 1.5" tires for children to ride comfortably over bumps and gravel on the roads they pedal.
- The bike has an adjustable seat. This bike can be utilized as a child grows.
- Children weighing up to 120 lbs can ride the REV CITY Kids' Bike.
- The bike has a sturdy aluminum frame.
- The brakes on the REV CTY are responsive, according to users.
- The bike comes in an attractive evergreen color.
4 reasons not to buy
- Riders complained the grips on the bike were uncomfortable.
- Users found the grips can become separated from the handlebars on the REV CTY Kids' Bike.
- The bike is heavy for a child’s bike.
- The bike's brakes and shifters are prone to failure after minimal use, according to users.