Laventino Ranger

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Number of Gears
3, 7, 8
41.89 lbs
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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.

Bottom line

The Laventino Ranger takes the classic ‘Dutch Town Bike’ style and applies it to an aluminum frame. It’s widely available with a 3-speed internal hub, but also exists in 7 and 8 speed guises with Nexus internal hubs. Wide 50c tires and a large, sturdy front rack make this bike well suited to commuting and city errands. Somewhat surprisingly, however, owners said that the Selle Royal saddle and relaxed geometry made this a comfortable rig on 30 and 45 mile rides. One owner said it was not only good for daily commutes but also for trips to the beach. In few instances, screws were missing and small scratches were present after shipping. All-in-all, it was seen as a durable and affordable option for a utilitarian cruiser.

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User Ratings

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