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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the QuietKat Villager. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
8 reasons to buy
- The Villager’s step-through frame makes mounting and dismounting easy.
- With different tires, the Villager can be ridden across dirt roads, parkland and grass.
- The Villager’s Tektro mechanical discs use large 203mm rotors, to bring it to a stop.
- Full-size, color-coded fenders come included with the Villager.
- The Villager’s 3” wide, slick tires are comfortable on all urban roads.
- A sturdy rear rack is integrated into the Villager’s frame.
- The Villager’s entry-level 100mm coil shock irons out road bumps.
- A number of owners say the Villager rides well off-road.
4 reasons not to buy
- The Villager is only available in one 16 inch frame size.
- The maximum brake rotor size specified for an RST fork is 180mm. The 203mm rotors fit to the Villager may void the fork’s warranty.
- If the Villager used hydraulic disc brakes with a brake cut-off, these would prove more powerful than the mechanical disc brakes provided.
- The Villager is not equipped with a rear light.