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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Electra Cruiser 1 Step-Over. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- Owners loved the clean, elegant and muscular look of this single-speed beauty.
- The Cruiser 1’s geometry allows for a relaxed riding position and full leg extension.
- Simple, high-quality components made this an ultra-low maintenance machine.
- A comfortable ride was reported on both flats and moderate hills.
- Riders lauded the Cruiser 1’s powerful coaster brake.
- A comfortable 2:1 (44/22t) gear ratio made for near-effortless pedaling.
- Riders loved the robustness and durability of the Cruiser 1’s steel frame.
- Buyers said that wide-bar handling was superb.
- Electra’s ‘Flat Foot Technology’ means riders can plant both feet while seated.
- This step-over cruiser was enjoyed by both men and women between 5’ and 6’2”.
- Using elastomer springs, Electra’s ‘Comfort’ saddle lived up to its name.
- Matt black models rocked out in stealth mode, with all-black components.
- At the low asking price, buyers felt the Cruiser 1 was exceptional value.
- A long rear rack is easily mounted to the Cruiser 1, using the provided mount points and the correct seat clamp.
1 reasons not to buy
- One owner felt that a front rim brake would provide extra security.