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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the GEN3 The Stride. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
9 reasons to buy
- The Stride has a powerful throttle that works independently of its pedal-assist.
- Owners said assembling this bike was simple. They took it in their Stride.
- Riders say The Stride climbs hills easily, even in assist levels 1 and 2.
- The Stride is equipped with an integrated Spanninga headlight that can be operated from the bike’s main display.
- Owners said that GEN3 honors The Stride’s warranty without fuss.
- Buyers of The Stride praised GEN3 for fast and efficient customer service.
- GEN3 packs in an accessory pack with The Stride. It contains a water bottle, bottle cage, phone mount, chunky chain lock, floor pump and multitool.
- An aluminum rack, with a 55lb payload, comes included with The Stride.
- Full front and rear fenders are supplied with The Stride.
6 reasons not to buy
- The Stride’s assist levels are not so subtle, tending to kick in heavily, even at lower levels of pedal-assist.
- A rider complained of speed-wobbles, when riding down hills at high velocities.
- The Stride’s rear light is battery-powered and is not wired into the bike’s electrical system.
- One owner said The Stride’s crank arms came loose and their quick-release seat-clamp was defective.
- The Stride has been deemed by owners as unsuitable for off-road use.
- One Buyer was upset with The Stride's brakes squealing, even after tuning and repairs.