Huffy Good Vibrations

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42.13, 43.7 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Huffy Good Vibrations. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

10 reasons to buy

  • Buyers said it was a great looking bike with stylish, retro lines.
  • Owners noted the sturdy construction on a frame with a lifetime warranty.
  • The Good Vibrations’ ride quality was assessed as smooth and comfortable.
  • Many buyers felt that this cruiser was great value at an appropriate price.
  • The outstretched bars and relaxed geometry made for a stable bike.
  • A number of owners found assembly easy, taking from 15 minutes to an hour.
  • Wide, well-tread 26x2.125” tires are comfortable on roads, dirt, grass and sand.
  • Riders found the springer seat comfy on longer rides.
  • Buyers found the frame durable.
  • Owners loved the retro appeal and whitewall tires on Cinnamon Metallic models.

7 reasons not to buy

  • The Good Vibrations is a 42 to 43 pound heavyweight.
  • Some buyers were missing screws and washers.
  • Scratched fenders were an occasional occurrence.
  • Some riders found the stock seat squishy and uncomfortable.
  • Damage on new bikes included bent forks and scratches.
  • A few buyer-reviewers found the Good Vibrations overpriced.
  • On the Cinnamon Metallic version, decals were sometimes wrinkled.

Bottom line

The Good Vibrations is suited to beachside bike-path cruising and neighborhood tootling on flatter terrain. With a hefty poundage and only a coaster brake for stopping duties, riders will find that this rig is more at home just ambling along, rather than ‘smashing it’ down the hilly streets of San Francisco. By all reports, the frame was very sturdy and even stood up to unfortunate accidents. Other components were sometimes in need of regreasing and adjustment from new. Scratches during shipment were also a risk. A simple, retro cruiser that gives buyers their money’s worth.

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