Huffy Highland

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Summary of Reviews

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

6 reasons to buy

  • A majority of Highlanders found it easy to assemble this bike.
  • The Hi-Ten steel frame felt sturdy and comfortable on uneven terrain.
  • Owners reported that the brandless shifters operated smoothly.
  • Buyers were attracted to the Highland’s Low price.
  • Components were low-end but serviceable.
  • More than one owner felt that paintwork and finish were better than expected.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Wheels sometimes arrived untrue and did not seem tough enough for trail use.
  • Plastic cranks struck some owners as being low quality.
  • The suspension fork didn’t seem to possess the heft required for offroad use.
  • Instructions were vague and covered multiple models.
  • The brandless seatpost started bending after two rides, under one 170lb rider.

Bottom line

The Huffy Highland is an incredibly low-cost front-suspension bicycle that can be ridden over uneven asphalt or flat dirt roads. Parts are cheap and low-end. Many complaints related to incorrect assembly of the bike. For one buyer, this led to their elderly father being involved in an accident. These issues can be easily avoided by taking your direct-sale bicycle to your local bike shop, where it can be professionally assembled right out of the box. This is recommended by all manufacturers. Owners were generally happy with their purchase, but stressed that the Highland wasn’t suitable for rowdy off-road use or genuine mountain-bike trails.

Expert Reviews

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User Ratings

71/100 based on 34 ratings
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