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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Gama Postino. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- Gama’s design on this bike is innovative and different.
- Rack and mudguard options are provided by two pairs of eyelets on the front fork.
- The equipped brakes provided satisfactory stopping power.
- Some owners called the Postino strong and sturdy.
- The subtle olive-green color was attractive and tasteful.
- A rack comes provided – and has plenty of bars for straps and hooks.
- The provided manual was described as fairly decent.
- One owner felt that the quality of the rear derailleur was satisfactory.
- Plenty of clearance on the front fork allows for fitting fatter rubber.
- The Postino’s tires were seen to be reasonably good.
- A number of reviewers found that only partial assembly and fine-tuning was required.
12 reasons not to buy
- Fenders frequently arrived dented and damaged. One owner reported having to return the whole bike for a replacement.
- The bike sometimes arrived with unacceptable damage, including a dented headtube which made it impossible to attach the stem and bars.
- The bike was known to arrive with a dented front derailleur and dented chainstays.
- Missing parts included a vital washer and a saddle-clamp, meaning a saddle could not be attached.
- The frame material was considered dangerously thin and weak, by one owner.
- More than one owner had difficulty adjusting the front brake.
- Some users found instructions to be pretty average. They had better luck using an online video.
- Components were generally seen as cheap.
- The front fender tended to contact with some riders’ feet while pedaling.
- A common complaint was that the kickstand was too long and required trimming.
- An owner reported that the paintwork was uneven and cracked.
- In at least one instance, wheels arrived warped and required truing.