Hiland Coollin

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Summary of Reviews

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

5 reasons to buy

  • A flip-flop rear hub gives riders the option of riding in freewheel or fixed gear.
  • A handful of customer reviews said the Coollin was light-weight.
  • It was easy to assemble, for more than one buyer.
  • Owners said the Coollin was ‘sleek’, ‘shiny’ and just plain “great lookin’”.
  • One casual rider said the Coollin “worked well”.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Some new bikes had: broken spokes, scuffs, scratching and both buckled wheels.
  • Several riders said that the stock brakes lacked power.
  • One buyer received a bike of the wrong size and in the wrong color.
  • Metal shavings were found inside a wheel rim.
  • Riders found the 25c tires narrower than expected for a hybrid bike.

Bottom line

This is an exceptionally cheap bike, in both price and quality. One owner said that this rig should roll OK with a new set of wheels. With the Coollin, it was necessary to swap out numerous parts from new (or very soon after buying). Due to this consideration, one owner was moved to comment that, “If you care about the environment and how much waste we produce each day, do NOT buy this bike.” Another owner said that it was good for ‘light usage’. For the amount of upgrades you’ll need to invest in, it could be just as affordable to buy a frame and have your local bike shop build a bike around it.

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User Ratings

69/100 based on 18 ratings
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