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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Priority Ace. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- The Priority Ace has a belt drive. This is easier to maintain and more weather resistant than a chain.
- The bike is light. It weighs 22 to 24 lb, depending on the model.
- Experts found the saddle very comfortable.
- Priority provides buyers with excellent customer service.
- Users agree the Priority Ace is easy to assemble.
- The bike includes a kickstand.
- The handlebars are sturdy and flat. They offer riders great control.
- The bike has slick tires that roll smoothly on pavement.
- The Ace rides quietly.
- The bike is a single-speed. This eliminates shifting issues for riders.
- Testers agree the dual handbrakes are responsive.
- The Ace of Spades model has sealed bearings. This keeps the inside of the hubs free of water and dirt.
- The carbon fork on the Ace of Spades helps minimize vibrations from the road.
- The steel frame is durable.
- The bike is priced affordably.
- The bike has room for two water bottles in the frame.
- Testers agree that the bike is comfortable for commuting.
3 reasons not to buy
- The Ace of Clubs doesn’t have sealed bearings.
- The bike is a single-speed. Some may find it difficult to climb hills on the Ace.
- The slick tires are not ideal for rough roads or gravel paths.