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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Priority Apollo. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
19 reasons to buy
- The Priority Apollo is a versatile bike. Users found it great for commuting, bikepacking, touring and riding gravel roads.
- Riders can use 700c or 650b wheels and tires with the Apollo.
- The carbon belt drive is extremely easy to maintain, especially in wet climates.
- Assembly is easy. Tools are included. Priority also offers videos to assist with the process.
- The 11-speed internal geared hub shifts silently, unlike bikes with a chain and derailleur.
- The Apollo is light in weight. Experts had no issue carrying it across a creek or up stairs.
- The aluminum frame is well-constructed and durable.
- Users and experts agree the bike is priced appropriately and affordably.
- The Apollo comes tubeless-ready. This helps prevent flats.
- Priority offers the bike in sizes small through extra-large. A wide range of riders can use the bike.
- Adding bags to the bike allows riders to carry more on their commute or adventure.
- The WTB Byway tires are wide and allow riders to tackle trails and gravel roads on the Apollo.
- Users and testers were extremely impressed by the bike's ability to maneuver through roots and rocks.
- The drop handlebars are very comfortable. Users and experts agree the various positions on the bars minimize hand, arm, wrist and lower back pain.
- The frame is stiff and allows riders to accelerate around obstacles during their commute.
- Priority provides quick responses to customer inquiries and issues.
- The bike comes with touch up paint that matches the frame.
- The carbon fork helps absorb vibrations on chip-sealed roads and other rough terrain.
- Users and testers agree the bike is visually-appealing.
5 reasons not to buy
- The Priority Apollo's stem is long. Users on all sizes of the bike found swapping the stem was more comfortable and gave them a more aggressive riding position.
- One tester found that toe overlap was an issue on a size small.
- Shifting takes time to get used to.
- Numerous users needed to have the front wheel tuned when the bike arrived.
- The brake levers are not set up for small hands. Users with small hands will need to adjust the lever. One user found this difficult to do.