Viribus Cruiser

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Viribus Cruiser. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

5 reasons to buy

  • The Beach Cruiser comes in two versions, with either 24” or 26” inch wheels.
  • The Viribus Beach Cruiser’s sturdy construction was noticed by owners.
  • Beach Cruisers arrived partially assembled and well packaged.
  • This bike’s ‘smooth’ and understated gloss-finish was appreciated.
  • Customer service was lauded, by owners who received replacement parts swiftly.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Owners mentioned that adjustment of this bike’s brakes wasn’t straightforward.
  • Some buyers felt that the Beach Cruiser was a little overpriced, for a single-speed.
  • The stock saddle was a little uncomfortable for a few riders.
  • One owner's bike arrived with a seatpole trapped in their seat-tube.
  • A handful of buyers found assembly difficult, especially with a lack of instructions.

Bottom line

The Viribus ‘Beach Cruiser’ is a simple, low-cost, single-speed cruiser. Although it’s marketed as a ‘Beach Cruiser’, it seems more suited to being a city run-around or commuter on relatively flat terrain. With a front basket and a rear rack, it seems to be the right choice for shop runs, errands and low-speed jaunts. It’s muted tones keep it understated. Low-cost and lower-end components mean that assembly could be frustrating, specifically where brakes are concerned. There were no instructions. A budget option from a smaller brand, with mixed reviews.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews

User Ratings

62/100 based on 22 ratings
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#47 Best Beach Cruiser
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