Cycle Force Cruiser

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Cycle Force Cruiser. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

6 reasons to buy

  • Cruiser riders said that this rig rode well.
  • The low cost of the Cruiser was an attractive drawcard.
  • Owners found the look of this simple black gloss Cruiser appealing.
  • Buyers admired the solidity of the Cruiser’s steel frame.
  • Even at just under 39lbs, owners described the Cruiser as ‘light weight’.
  • Reportedly, assembly was quick, taking as little as 15 minutes.

5 reasons not to buy

  • The ‘cheap’ seat was unliked. Riders found it difficult to fasten in place.
  • Toe overlap was an issue for riders over 6 foot.
  • For one owner, plastic parts on pedals ripped apart.
  • Riders said that cranks twisted after short-term use.
  • Bikes were received, as new, with dents and cracks.

Bottom line

The Cycle Force Cruiser sports simple, sweeping lines and an understated paintjob. This single-speed bike was heavy, like many beach cruisers, but is furnished with a sturdy steel frame. Due to various concerns with component quality, owners may benefit from building a new bike around this frame using upgraded parts.

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User Ratings

77/100 based on 48 ratings
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