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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on this bike. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- Part of the purchase price of this bicycle is donated to the American Diabetes Association. This bike’s decals continue to promote that cause.
- The color-schemes were described as attractive and the bike itself was dubbed ‘beautiful’ and ‘attractive’.
- The value of the Hybrid was prized, with buyers saying it was great for the price.
- A 21-speed gear range proved capable in hilly terrain.
- Cyclists found this bike easy to ride.
- Extras were a bonus, including a mudguard and rear rack.
- For some owners, the Hybrid left the impression of being sturdy and well-made.
- More than a few owners found assembly to be simple.
- The Tour de Cure Hybrid was comfortable for a number of riders.
- Shifting gears was reported to be easy and quiet.
7 reasons not to buy
- At 37 pounds, the Tour de Cure Hybrid is carrying some excess baggage.
- A majority of Hybrid owners suggested that the bike be professionally assembled. Most parts need lubricating before it can be ridden. One example arrived with a fender installed backward.
- Despite being sealed, parts were occasionally missing. Even within a sealed box, a seat-collar, bolts and nuts were absent for one owner.
- Pre-fit tires inflate to a maximum of 50psi, which larger riders found insufficient.
- A few buyers accused this Hybrid of being fit with generally poor-quality parts.
- The Hybrid sometimes arrived packaged poorly. In one instance spokes were bent by a crank.
- Brakes were labeled ‘flimsy’ and squeaked, even after professional refitting.
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In comparison to averages of categories
Tour de Cure Hybrid
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Average Tour de Cure Bike
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