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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the sixthreezero Pave n' Trail. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The Paven Trail was comfortable for the casual rider on varied urban surfaces.
- The Shimano Tourney drivetrain usually shifted easily and reliably.
- Unbranded V-brakes stopped riders without concern.
- Owners liked the ‘stolen look’: matte black and mostly unbranded.
- Despite recommending a pro tune-up, owners said it was ‘fairly’ easy to assemble.
- A suspension seatpost allowed riders to hit chuckholes while remaining seated.
- A casual, upright riding stance was well suited to urban visibility.
- The Paven Trail comes with a commuter-ready rear rack.
- The suspension fork’s lockout feature increased efficiency on level roads.
- Owners who weren’t particularly tech savvy found this bike easy to maintain.
- Some owners found the padded seat to be plush and comfortable.
14 reasons not to buy
- Owners said that extensive tuning was required on most areas of the bike.
- Some owners felt that the unbranded components were low quality and unreliable.
- Wobble was occasionally evident, from the freewheel cassette.
- A few bikes arrived with missing parts and in a condition that appeared used.
- Scratches were evident on new bikes. Touch-up paint was mismatched.
- Assembly was frustrating for some less-tech-proficient owners.
- Instructions were often for a sixthreezero coaster brake cruiser bike.
- A 5’2” rider felt the women’s Paven Trail was uncomfortably tall.
- Some owners were not fans of the bob caused by the suspension seatpost.
- The padded saddle caused discomfort to some riders, after a few miles.
- Pedals struck some owners as being cheap and warranting quick replacement.
- One owner’s right-side crank creaked loudly from new.
- From rider reports, there are no bosses available for a water bottle cage.
- Colors were sometimes markedly different to the pictured product.