Royce Union RMX
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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on Royce Union RMX. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
1 reasons to buy
- Some owners found it easy to assemble the RMX by themselves.
13 reasons not to buy
- Assembly was difficult for a number of customers. Provided tools broke easily.
- Instructions were not specific to the RMX. One owner labeled them as ‘abysmal’.
- Factory-assembled parts were often attached incorrectly. Screws were loose.
- Sizing was generally too small. One owner received a 17” instead of a 15” frame.
- Damage was present on arrival; including scratched paint, a bent saddle and two broken brakes.
- Tires were very low quality, being gashed from small rocks and ripped after three miles riding.
- Rims sometimes arrived untrue – and in one instance, bent following a flat tire.
- The RMX is exceptionally heavy for an aluminum frame.
- There are no eyelets for a bottle holder on the RMX.
- Missing parts were an issue, including pedals and vital bolts.
- Several customers felt that the RMX represented poor value for their money.
- Pedals sometimes cracked after riding a small distance.
- Customer service was described as poor, only responding to emails and not calls.