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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the BikeUSA Titan Wildcat. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- More than one owner considered the Wildcat as good value for a low, low price.
- A number of reviewers were pleased to find that the package arrived with all the bike’s required parts.
- This bike’s brake levers were described as fine.
- For multiple consumers, the bike arrived well-packaged.
- Several riders described the ride as smooth.
- The Wildcat’s small frame size suits juveniles or riders of a short stature.
- There were reviews that mentioned that this bike’s gears were easy to use.
- Users often praised the Wildcat’s good looks and pretty color schemes. It was deemed ‘modern’ and ‘cool’.
- Assembly was simple and quick for a few owners.
- The Wildcat comes equipped with a kickstand.
11 reasons not to buy
- Gears were difficult to change and commonly slipped out of place.
- The Wildcat regularly arrived with damage, including broken brake-cables and scratched paintwork.
- Instructions were described as ‘generic’ and confusing, not being specifically for the Wildcat.
- A considerable number of D.I.Y. cyclists found the Wildcat difficult to assemble.
- This bike was frequently described as low quality. One owner reported that their local bike shop refused to perform further repairs due to the bike’s inferiority.
- On many occasions, the Wildcat arrived missing parts.
- The Wildcat has an outdated (2x6) 12-speed drivetrain, that may be difficult to repair or upgrade.
- It was common for buyers to receive wheels that were wobbly, untrue and bent.
- On occasion, the Wildcat’s pedals fell off. Their bearings were deemed dodgy.
- The saddle felt unnecessarily hard and at times, painful.
- Some owners described the thumb-shifters as clunky and cheap. Oft-times, they failed after mid-term use.