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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Surrey Classic. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
3 reasons to buy
- Owners described this machine’s framework and build as sturdy.
- This quadricycle features independent freewheels in each crank, allowing 1,2,3 or 4 people to pedal at any one time.
- The Surrey Classic sports super-fat, “monster-gauge” spokes for strength under large weights.
11 reasons not to buy
- At 190 pounds, the two-seater Surrey Classic is a behemoth.
- Buyers lamented that the Classic required a lot of assembly.
- Owners received inappropriate parts in the form of brake cables and accessories that did not seem to fit.
- Customer service was described as neither helpful nor understanding.
- Quality control seemed to be lacking, including missing small parts and overtightened screws.
- More than one owner deemed the Classic to be pricey.
- Construction issues included holes not being drilled to size – and sometimes misplaced.
- ‘Poor quality’ powder-coating resulted in paint covering holes that are vital to assembly.
- One owner found welding to be poor quality.
- Families accused the Classic of being slow and difficult to pedal.
- Apparently, this vehicle is almost impossible to pedal uphills.