Priority 600

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Priority 600. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

16 reasons to buy

  • The Priority 600 has a very wide (600%) gear range across 12 speeds. Riders can easily climb steep grades with the "granny" gear.
  • The bike has a Pinion gearbox and Gates belt drive instead of a chain and external gears. These are mess-free and require little maintenance.
  • Included fenders help keep riders clean on rainy days.
  • Users found the grips ergonomic and comfortable.
  • The hydraulic disc brakes require little maintenance and are reliable.
  • One user found the bike handled extra weight well. They used it to transport groceries.
  • 650b Goodyear tires are wide and smooth out rough roads.
  • The aluminum frame is well-built and strong.
  • Priority sends the bike tubeless-ready.
  • Assembly is a quick and easy process.
  • The Gates belt drive allows riders to shift smoothly in wet and dry conditions.
  • It's easy to attach racks to the bike to expand its commuting capabilities.
  • Many users found Priority's customer service was excellent.
  • The 600 comes packaged very well. Users were impressed that there was no damage from shipping.
  • Dynamo hub powered lights are included on the bike. This powers the lights as you pedal and there is no need to charge them between uses.
  • Priority includes a kickstand with the bike.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Several users note, the bike's tires can rub on the fenders.
  • Some testers desire a sturdier kickstand. They describe the one included as flimsy.
  • The 600 is heavy compared to similar bicycles.
  • Users found the headlight can easily come loose and needs to be tightened back into place.
  • Pedal strikes are frequent on off-road terrain due to the low bottom bracket.

Bottom line

The Priority 600 is a smooth-shifting all-road bike. It has wide 650b tires, a Pinion gearbox, Gates Belt Drive and hydraulic disc brakes. Assembly is easy and Priority Bicycles provides excellent customer service. A kickstand, lights and horn are included. The bike has fenders, but some users found they rub on the bike's wide Goodyear tires. The bike has a low bottom bracket that causes frequent pedal strikes. It's easy to secure racks to the bike for commuting or touring. Overall, the bike is a durable option for use on paved roads and occasional gravel or doubletrack rides.

Expert Reviews

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