Creme Caferacer

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1, 3, 7, 8
19.84, 32.63, 33.29, 35.49 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Creme Caferacer. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

9 reasons to buy

  • Above all, the Caferacer was an excellent city commuter.
  • The Caferacer sported the refined appearance of a vintage town bike.
  • Finishing touches and details let owners know that this bike was built with care.
  • The ride quality was always described as smooth and confident.
  • This Polish-made steed was seen to be excellent value for money.
  • More than one customer said that this was a lightweight ride.
  • Owners felt very comfortable aboard their Caferacer.
  • A front rack and lights came included as standard.
  • A number of buyers found Caferacers to be easy to assemble.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Two buyers complained of scratches, to either tubing or fenders and rims.
  • A rider found the saddle on an Uno hard and uncomfortable.
  • On an older Doppio, one owner reported sub-standard rim-tape.

Bottom line

The vintage-styled Caferacer came in ‘Uno’, ‘Solo’, ‘Doppio’ and limited edition models (‘X Soto’ Single-Speed and ‘Country Road’). To cut a long story short, the Caferacer seemed perfect for city riding, where it is most at home. Lights and a sturdy front rack were included. With a low-maintenance build and comfortable geometry, they were made for the urban environment. Of course, these bikes have wide tires, with the possibility of fitting knobblies. In this guise, 7-speed models would be more than capable on hardpack dirt-road weekend rides. The 10-speed ‘Country Road’ comes fit with both front and rear racks, opening up it’s versatility to touring and bikepacking. 1, 3, 7 and 10-speed options are available.

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User Ratings

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