Kulana Lakona

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Summary of Reviews

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

7 reasons to buy

  • Lakonas come in in 26”, 24” and 20” wheel sizes for women, men, girls and boys.
  • Simple single-speed models were seen as the perfect bike for flat areas.
  • Buyers saw the Lakona as excellent value at a low price.
  • More than one owner described a sturdy frame and quality construction.
  • Kulana’s Lakona is available in single-speed and 7-speed versions.
  • In it’s many colors, buyers saw this as as a beautiful bike with an excellent paintjob.
  • Owners reported quick assembly times, from as little as 20 minutes.

5 reasons not to buy

  • A few owners said that this bike’s pedals were not durable.
  • Some buyers didn’t receive pedals or a handlebar.
  • Lakonas were heavy and best suited to flatter areas.
  • Build issues included seized nuts and a split seat.
  • Three owners had bent rims on their new Lakona.

Bottom line

The Kulana Lakona is a cruisy, laidback bike that’s available in versions to suit every member of the family. Bright colors, relaxed geometry, wide handlebars and a hefty weight make this bike best suited to the lowlands and beachside bike paths. Seven-speed versions were more versatile. As is usual at rock-bottom prices, components are entry-level and some quality control issues were occasionally present. The sturdy frame serves as a good base for gradual upgrades.

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User Ratings

82/100 based on 142 ratings
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