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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the PUBLIC C7. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- This bike is available in three builds, the C7 and C7i (both 700c) and a version with 24" wheels.
- The C7 24" fits riders from 4'4" to 4'10". The 700c builds fit riders from 4'10" to 5'10".
- Buyers can choose between a Shimano external derailleur (C7) or an internally geared hub (C7i).
- Several users say the C7 is ideal for fun, casual riding and makes a great city bike.
- The step-through frame and upright riding position make the C7 comfortable and easy to ride.
- A reviewer says the C7 suits both experienced riders and beginners.
- The C7 is available in a wide range of eye-catching colorways. It also has colored cable housing and a color-matched chain guard and fenders.
- One tester notes that the 32lb C7 is relatively light for a Dutch-style bike.
- The fenders, chain guard, and kickstand enhance the bike's practicality.
- Riders say the C7 performs well up hills (for a Dutch-style bike) because of its moderate weight and 7-speed gearing.
- Several users highlight the bike's stylish looks.
- A tester enjoys how easy it is to slip on and off the C7.
- Several users compliment the C7's handling.
3 reasons not to buy
- The C7 doesn't include a rear rack or basket.
- The lack of quick-release axles makes fixing punctures more difficult.
- The C7 is marketed as 'Dutch-style.' However, it lacks key characteristics of a genuine Dutch city bike, such as a fully upright riding position, relaxed steering, and an enclosed chain.
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