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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Laventino Ranger. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- Owners said the Laventino Ranger was a stable bike, under load and at speed.
- Buyers saw the Ranger as good value for a durable build.
- Owners said the Ranger was capable of high speeds (downwind on downhills).
- The classic and utilitarian appearance was deemed beautiful.
- Construction of the frame and rack was seen as solid and sturdy.
- Riders said the Ranger was comfortable over long distances.
- A smooth-rolling ride was reported in reviews.
- Ranger 8 riders said the 8-speed Shimano Nexus drivetrain shifted smoothly.
- Sprung Selle Royal saddles were commended for their comfort.
- The aluminum Ranger was seen as lightweight for a Dutch style town bike.
- Gear range on 7 and 8 speed models was described as ample and generous.
- Rangers come equipped with an Axa ring lock featuring an insertion option.
- Handling was easy and comfortable on city streets.
- A number of buyers said the Ranger was well-assembled upon delivery.
- Owners said that grips were comfortable and of a good size.
- Included front and rear lights increased rider safety.
- Riders said, where the Ranger used a roller brake, it was powerful.
7 reasons not to buy
- A couple of new Rangers arrived with some scratches.
- One owner was missing some screws and bolts from the front rack.
- Some owners would have liked to see a kickstand on the Ranger.
- With a heavy load, a steering lock would help omit front wheel flop.
- One owner said that lights on the Ranger 3 were fragile and broke easily.
- Some owners said the front rack was too narrow.
- A buyer found this bike’s frame to be sensitive to scratches.