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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Hollandia Amsterdam V. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The Hollandia Dutch bike receives many reports as to its smooth-rolling performance over bumpy roads.
- It is definitely seen as a sturdy and robust bike.
- Hollandia’s ‘European style’ appeals to buyers.
- On the 3-Speed model, the Shimano Nexus internal hub is appreciated for its high quality.
- Owners agreed that the Hollandia is very reasonably priced.
- It is described as being perfect for leisurely riding conditions.
- One model comes with a very sturdy front rack, that was valued by buyers.
- An expert reviewer liked the upright, old-style geometry.
- Tall riders were happy to find such a suitable bike.
- In an expert review, a mechanic described the Hollandia’s simplicity and low demand for maintenance as a factor that made it better value than other bikes in this price range.
7 reasons not to buy
- Shorter riders were surprised to find that the Hollandia was too tall for them.
- To some, the saddle delivered excessive 'squish', causing discomfort.
- Some owners noted that paint chipped easily.
- A number of buyers found that various parts were missing from their package, including bolts for the front rack, washers, the front fender and the kick-stand.
- The Hollandia is a beast of a bike. At 43 lbs, it is heavy.
- Many buyers found the Hollandia to be difficult to assemble – and that the instructions were inadequate.
- Guards rubbed and componentry was found to be sub-standard in some instances.
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