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Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle

Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle

Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
Eurobike Road Bike EURXC550 21 Speed 54 cm Frame 700C 3-Spoke Wheels Road Bicycle Dual Disc Brake Bicycle
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Features

  • Disc Brake System - Provides long lasting and stronger fasting stopping power than the traditional V-Brake Systems.
  • Top of the line Components - Includes Shimano products that are known to last including derailleurs and shifters.
  • Aluminum fashion rims and perfect design.
  • Recommended for rider's height 5'3"-5'9". Max weight up to 300lbs
  • Multiple choices give you a colorful ride experience

Description

Notice: 1. When the bike arrived, you need to install the front wheel, pedals, handlebar, seat and air up the tires. All of this will take about 10-20 minutes. 2. There is a Bike Assemble Instruction included in the package, please read it more carefully before installing the bike and tuning the brake and speed system.We hope that you can enjoy the assembling, but if you're not confident that you can finish the assembling, please ask for the help from the professional staff for assistance. But we are sorry that we didn't cooperate with any local bike shop who can supply free assemble. 3. If you can't assemble the bike by yourself, please take it to your local bike shop for assistance. But you need pay the assemble fee to them. 4. Pedal threads are different from left side and right side. L / R signs are marked on the spindle of the each pedal, make sure they are assembled on the right side .Thread both pedals into the crank arms as far as you can by hand. Then Fully tighten them with the wrench. 5.All tools are included in the package, no extra tools. 6. 100% Quality guarantee: If you have any more questions or problems, contact us directly for assistance, we are willing to solve problem for you as soon as possible.


Shipping Weight: 46.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B078J35LPV


Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars145 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,397 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #5 in Road Bikes


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Features

  • Disc Brake System - Provides long lasting and stronger fasting stopping power than the traditional V-Brake Systems.
  • Top of the line Components - Includes Shimano products that are known to last including derailleurs and shifters.
  • Aluminum fashion rims and perfect design.
  • Recommended for rider's height 5'3"-5'9". Max weight up to 300lbs
  • Multiple choices give you a colorful ride experience

Description

Notice: 1. When the bike arrived, you need to install the front wheel, pedals, handlebar, seat and air up the tires. All of this will take about 10-20 minutes. 2. There is a Bike Assemble Instruction included in the package, please read it more carefully before installing the bike and tuning the brake and speed system.We hope that you can enjoy the assembling, but if you're not confident that you can finish the assembling, please ask for the help from the professional staff for assistance. But we are sorry that we didn't cooperate with any local bike shop who can supply free assemble. 3. If you can't assemble the bike by yourself, please take it to your local bike shop for assistance. But you need pay the assemble fee to them. 4. Pedal threads are different from left side and right side. L / R signs are marked on the spindle of the each pedal, make sure they are assembled on the right side .Thread both pedals into the crank arms as far as you can by hand. Then Fully tighten them with the wrench. 5.All tools are included in the package, no extra tools. 6. 100% Quality guarantee: If you have any more questions or problems, contact us directly for assistance, we are willing to solve problem for you as soon as possible.


Shipping Weight: 46.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B078J35LPV


Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars145 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,397 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #5 in Road Bikes


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Disc Brake System - Provides long lasting and stronger fasting stopping power than the traditional V-Brake Systems.
  • Top of the line Components - Includes Shimano products that are known to last including derailleurs and shifters.
  • Aluminum fashion rims and perfect design.
  • Recommended for rider's height 5'3"-5'9". Max weight up to 300lbs
  • Multiple choices give you a colorful ride experience

Description

Notice: 1. When the bike arrived, you need to install the front wheel, pedals, handlebar, seat and air up the tires. All of this will take about 10-20 minutes. 2. There is a Bike Assemble Instruction included in the package, please read it more carefully before installing the bike and tuning the brake and speed system.We hope that you can enjoy the assembling, but if you're not confident that you can finish the assembling, please ask for the help from the professional staff for assistance. But we are sorry that we didn't cooperate with any local bike shop who can supply free assemble. 3. If you can't assemble the bike by yourself, please take it to your local bike shop for assistance. But you need pay the assemble fee to them. 4. Pedal threads are different from left side and right side. L / R signs are marked on the spindle of the each pedal, make sure they are assembled on the right side .Thread both pedals into the crank arms as far as you can by hand. Then Fully tighten them with the wrench. 5.All tools are included in the package, no extra tools. 6. 100% Quality guarantee: If you have any more questions or problems, contact us directly for assistance, we are willing to solve problem for you as soon as possible.


Shipping Weight: 46.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B078J35LPV


Customer Reviews: 3.7 out of 5 stars145 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,397 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #5 in Road Bikes


abunda_amazon_reviews I'm about a week and a half in with this bike and have hit almost 60 miles already. Some notes so far. First, assembly. Assembly was fairly easy with the installation of the handlebars, the seat, the pedals, and the front wheel. The front wheel proved to be a challenge since I wanted to make sure the handlebars and wheel lined up correctly. After the front wheel was installed, it was a little tight when you'd spin and get a few rotations before stopping. This was fixed by loosening the calipher slightly behind the brake pad with an allen key. Make sure your brake lever is even when you are doing this. If you loosen it too much, your lever will go all the way to the handlebar. Secondly, riding. I didn't take the bike for a cruise right away but rode around my complex's parking lot testing gear shifters, brakes, pedaling, pushing down on the handlebars to make sure they weren't loose, pushing into the seat, etc. I gear shifted too fast and caused the chain to get loose at the rear sprocket. It was able to be slipped back on with no issues. The chain has only come off one more time since then in the middle of a 19 mile ride. This was from pedaling too hard while shifting. Gear shifting is not as smooth. I will try a higher end chain lubricant to see if that smooths out gear shifting. The disc brakes are fantastic especially for hilly terrains where I live. Overall, I am pleased with the bike. I took the stickers off the wheels because it looked a little silly (Sorry Kingtutbike!) I wish it came with a second set of water bottle mounting bolts on the upright frame. A few minor tweaks with the chain and gear shifting can get the bike up to speed. I took it on a 19 mile cruise this past weekend and other than the chain slipping halfway through, the bike delivered a great a ride. It's smooth, fast, looks, and feels great. The steel frame is not heavy for me at all. I took a star off due to the chain issues. If you are a beginner cyclist like myself and on a budget, this is a great bike. I upgraded the stock pedals to Shimano M520 Clipless pedals. Edit: 7/18/18 update. The front tire presta valve started leaking air. I have the bike with the aero spoke wheels. The tube is a very specialized 700cc by 28 80mm presta valve. The 42mm and 60mm valve are too short for the tire rim. It's been problamatic trying to find the correct tube size. The local bike shops do not carry that specific tube on hand so it had to be special ordered It doesn't say on the product description but make sure you buy the right size tube with a 80mm presta valve! It will save you the headache. The rear derailleur was also not shifting all the way correctly and would shift on rides so I had the bike shop tune it along with tightening the headset. The left brake lever started slipping down the handlebar and I was having a hard time reaching the allan bolt behind the brake lever to turn with the allan key to tighten it. I sent a message to Kingtutbike and they responded very quickly and provided instructions with photos on how to tighten it. I was able to tighten it back up. Great customer service. I am a 5'7" woman and bought the 54cm frame. It fits perfectly fine for anyone else in the same height range.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great ride. Needs a few tweaks but overall recommended.;;Jillian T.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2LMM55PNN8UN6/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B078J35LPV;;;Okay, first of all! I've looked so much to find any info about these bikes. YouTube, Google, name it. And, nothing! With that being said I was a sceptical. I took a chance and ordered one. Shortly after, bike arrived to my place. Box looked pretty sturdy and safe. I started to unbox, thinking OMG this is going to be a nightmare. However, bike was very well protected lots of foam and tape around all of the parts. After good 20 min of using my tools and my knowledge of assembling bikes. Eurobike was fully completed. With some minor tweaks on the breaks and steam/ stear adjustment. I decided to take it out for a spin in my neighborhood. Few miles later, I had a huge grin on my face... This bike was amazing! Whoa I did not expected this exitment. I mean for the price and free shipping common you can't get a better bike out there. Additionaly, just for my preference I will replace the brakes, crank, and steam for something more durable. Hands down, I am very satisfied with my purchase. I mean few upgrades you will have a solid bike that will turn heads for sure.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Money well spent! Great looking road bike.;;MountainRescue1;;/gp/customer-reviews/R36M443XW2TJYQ/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B078J35LPV;;;I went through several reviews before making this purchase, and I'm very pleased. The bike looks and handles amazingly. However, I am new to riding so I don't have much to compare it to. It is heavier than more expensive bikes and the mag wheels add additional weight also. However, I'm using this bike to train and get in better shape so I'm ok with the weight to increase muscle strength w/o having to spend a ton of money. I'd only recommend this bike to beginners. Primarily because the chain wheel is 42T. That is small as standard road bikes come with 52T or 53T. The larger chain wheel allows you to produce more power which means the bike can go faster. However that also means it is harder to pedal which is why I prefer the smaller chain wheel as a newbie to cycling. I also stay in a hilly area so the smaller chain wheel is much better for my needs. The seat is pretty uncomfortable, but replacements are pretty cheap. I added a gel cover to mine until I can find a better seat. Other than that, I don't have any other complaints. Well, I didn't like all the stickers as the graphics were a bit overwhelming so I took some of the stickers off the wheels. For the price, this is a great buy!;;Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent for the price!;;T. J. Bailey;;/gp/customer-reviews/RKOOA057LI1A/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B078J35LPV;;;The bike is an amazing buy at $200. It's got all the Shimano grupo, and comes 3/4 assembled. I bought the smaller frame because I am ~ 5'7" tall, and it's a perfect fit. When assembling the bike, it is easier if you air up the tires first, so that you can use your body weight to push down on the forks when installing the wheels, to make sure they are perfectly positioned and completely inserted. Make sure your front fork is oriented the proper way (there is a sticker to let you know which side is front vs back) before you tighten the nut under the small rubber cover on top of the Neco hub. It's very easy to adjust the brake tension and the pad angle/position, using the provided hex wrenches. You may need to adjust the brake handles, depending on your needs. This is rather complex/difficult, because you must first loosen the brake cable, pull the brake handle down, and then access the bolt that tightens the brakes using the hex wrench. Then, you must adjust the brake handles to your desired position, which will undoubtedly cause problems with the handle-wraps. I recommend using electrical tape to wrap the ends of the handle wraps where they meet underneath the brake handle sheath before getting started. You can peel the flexible, rubber brake handle sheaths up a bit to wrap the tape. Now that everything is assembled, ride your bike for a while to figure out how you will need to further adjust the brakes and derailleurs. Also, invest in some fenders (if you'll be riding wet streets), a bike lock, a helmet, and some front and rear lights. Stay safe and enjoy the ride.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;My first bike, and I couldn't be happier!;;Abraham M.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2XTLF0IEVLEBT/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B078J35LPV

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jillian T. - Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2018
Great ride. Needs a few tweaks but overall recommended.
I'm about a week and a half in with this bike and have hit almost 60 miles already. Some notes so far. First, assembly. Assembly was fairly easy with the installation of the handlebars, the seat, the pedals, and the front wheel. The front wheel proved to be a challenge since I wanted to make sure the handlebars and wheel lined up correctly. After the front wheel was installed, it was a little tight when you'd spin and get a few rotations before stopping. This was fixed by loosening the calipher slightly behind the brake pad with an allen key. Make sure your brake lever is even when you are doing this. If you loosen it too much, your lever will go all the way to the handlebar. Secondly, riding. I didn't take the bike for a cruise right away but rode around my complex's parking lot testing gear shifters, brakes, pedaling, pushing down on the handlebars to make sure they weren't loose, pushing into the seat, etc. I gear shifted too fast and caused the chain to get loose at the rear sprocket. It was able to be slipped back on with no issues. The chain has only come off one more time since then in the middle of a 19 mile ride. This was from pedaling too hard while shifting. Gear shifting is not as smooth. I will try a higher end chain lubricant to see if that smooths out gear shifting. The disc brakes are fantastic especially for hilly terrains where I live. Overall, I am pleased with the bike. I took the stickers off the wheels because it looked a little silly (Sorry Kingtutbike!) I wish it came with a second set of water bottle mounting bolts on the upright frame. A few minor tweaks with the chain and gear shifting can get the bike up to speed. I took it on a 19 mile cruise this past weekend and other than the chain slipping halfway through, the bike delivered a great a ride. It's smooth, fast, looks, and feels great. The steel frame is not heavy for me at all. I took a star off due to the chain issues. If you are a beginner cyclist like myself and on a budget, this is a great bike. I upgraded the stock pedals to Shimano M520 Clipless pedals. Edit: 7/18/18 update. The front tire presta valve started leaking air. I have the bike with the aero spoke wheels. The tube is a very specialized 700cc by 28 80mm presta valve. The 42mm and 60mm valve are too short for the tire rim. It's been problamatic trying to find the correct tube size. The local bike shops do not carry that specific tube on hand so it had to be special ordered It doesn't say on the product description but make sure you buy the right size tube with a 80mm presta valve! It will save you the headache. The rear derailleur was also not shifting all the way correctly and would shift on rides so I had the bike shop tune it along with tightening the headset. The left brake lever started slipping down the handlebar and I was having a hard time reaching the allan bolt behind the brake lever to turn with the allan key to tighten it. I sent a message to Kingtutbike and they responded very quickly and provided instructions with photos on how to tighten it. I was able to tighten it back up. Great customer service. I am a 5'7" woman and bought the 54cm frame. It fits perfectly fine for anyone else in the same height range.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MountainRescue1 - Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
Money well spent! Great looking road bike.
Okay, first of all! I've looked so much to find any info about these bikes. YouTube, Google, name it. And, nothing! With that being said I was a sceptical. I took a chance and ordered one. Shortly after, bike arrived to my place. Box looked pretty sturdy and safe. I started to unbox, thinking OMG this is going to be a nightmare. However, bike was very well protected lots of foam and tape around all of the parts. After good 20 min of using my tools and my knowledge of assembling bikes. Eurobike was fully completed. With some minor tweaks on the breaks and steam/ stear adjustment. I decided to take it out for a spin in my neighborhood. Few miles later, I had a huge grin on my face... This bike was amazing! Whoa I did not expected this exitment. I mean for the price and free shipping common you can't get a better bike out there. Additionaly, just for my preference I will replace the brakes, crank, and steam for something more durable. Hands down, I am very satisfied with my purchase. I mean few upgrades you will have a solid bike that will turn heads for sure.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By T. J. Bailey - Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2019
Excellent for the price!
I went through several reviews before making this purchase, and I'm very pleased. The bike looks and handles amazingly. However, I am new to riding so I don't have much to compare it to. It is heavier than more expensive bikes and the mag wheels add additional weight also. However, I'm using this bike to train and get in better shape so I'm ok with the weight to increase muscle strength w/o having to spend a ton of money. I'd only recommend this bike to beginners. Primarily because the chain wheel is 42T. That is small as standard road bikes come with 52T or 53T. The larger chain wheel allows you to produce more power which means the bike can go faster. However that also means it is harder to pedal which is why I prefer the smaller chain wheel as a newbie to cycling. I also stay in a hilly area so the smaller chain wheel is much better for my needs. The seat is pretty uncomfortable, but replacements are pretty cheap. I added a gel cover to mine until I can find a better seat. Other than that, I don't have any other complaints. Well, I didn't like all the stickers as the graphics were a bit overwhelming so I took some of the stickers off the wheels. For the price, this is a great buy!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Abraham M. - Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2018
My first bike, and I couldn't be happier!
The bike is an amazing buy at $200. It's got all the Shimano grupo, and comes 3/4 assembled. I bought the smaller frame because I am ~ 5'7" tall, and it's a perfect fit. When assembling the bike, it is easier if you air up the tires first, so that you can use your body weight to push down on the forks when installing the wheels, to make sure they are perfectly positioned and completely inserted. Make sure your front fork is oriented the proper way (there is a sticker to let you know which side is front vs back) before you tighten the nut under the small rubber cover on top of the Neco hub. It's very easy to adjust the brake tension and the pad angle/position, using the provided hex wrenches. You may need to adjust the brake handles, depending on your needs. This is rather complex/difficult, because you must first loosen the brake cable, pull the brake handle down, and then access the bolt that tightens the brakes using the hex wrench. Then, you must adjust the brake handles to your desired position, which will undoubtedly cause problems with the handle-wraps. I recommend using electrical tape to wrap the ends of the handle wraps where they meet underneath the brake handle sheath before getting started. You can peel the flexible, rubber brake handle sheaths up a bit to wrap the tape. Now that everything is assembled, ride your bike for a while to figure out how you will need to further adjust the brakes and derailleurs. Also, invest in some fenders (if you'll be riding wet streets), a bike lock, a helmet, and some front and rear lights. Stay safe and enjoy the ride.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jillian T. - Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2018
Great ride. Needs a few tweaks but overall recommended.
I'm about a week and a half in with this bike and have hit almost 60 miles already. Some notes so far. First, assembly. Assembly was fairly easy with the installation of the handlebars, the seat, the pedals, and the front wheel. The front wheel proved to be a challenge since I wanted to make sure the handlebars and wheel lined up correctly. After the front wheel was installed, it was a little tight when you'd spin and get a few rotations before stopping. This was fixed by loosening the calipher slightly behind the brake pad with an allen key. Make sure your brake lever is even when you are doing this. If you loosen it too much, your lever will go all the way to the handlebar. Secondly, riding. I didn't take the bike for a cruise right away but rode around my complex's parking lot testing gear shifters, brakes, pedaling, pushing down on the handlebars to make sure they weren't loose, pushing into the seat, etc. I gear shifted too fast and caused the chain to get loose at the rear sprocket. It was able to be slipped back on with no issues. The chain has only come off one more time since then in the middle of a 19 mile ride. This was from pedaling too hard while shifting. Gear shifting is not as smooth. I will try a higher end chain lubricant to see if that smooths out gear shifting. The disc brakes are fantastic especially for hilly terrains where I live. Overall, I am pleased with the bike. I took the stickers off the wheels because it looked a little silly (Sorry Kingtutbike!) I wish it came with a second set of water bottle mounting bolts on the upright frame. A few minor tweaks with the chain and gear shifting can get the bike up to speed. I took it on a 19 mile cruise this past weekend and other than the chain slipping halfway through, the bike delivered a great a ride. It's smooth, fast, looks, and feels great. The steel frame is not heavy for me at all. I took a star off due to the chain issues. If you are a beginner cyclist like myself and on a budget, this is a great bike. I upgraded the stock pedals to Shimano M520 Clipless pedals. Edit: 7/18/18 update. The front tire presta valve started leaking air. I have the bike with the aero spoke wheels. The tube is a very specialized 700cc by 28 80mm presta valve. The 42mm and 60mm valve are too short for the tire rim. It's been problamatic trying to find the correct tube size. The local bike shops do not carry that specific tube on hand so it had to be special ordered It doesn't say on the product description but make sure you buy the right size tube with a 80mm presta valve! It will save you the headache. The rear derailleur was also not shifting all the way correctly and would shift on rides so I had the bike shop tune it along with tightening the headset. The left brake lever started slipping down the handlebar and I was having a hard time reaching the allan bolt behind the brake lever to turn with the allan key to tighten it. I sent a message to Kingtutbike and they responded very quickly and provided instructions with photos on how to tighten it. I was able to tighten it back up. Great customer service. I am a 5'7" woman and bought the 54cm frame. It fits perfectly fine for anyone else in the same height range.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MountainRescue1 - Reviewed in the United States on July 3, 2018
Money well spent! Great looking road bike.
Okay, first of all! I've looked so much to find any info about these bikes. YouTube, Google, name it. And, nothing! With that being said I was a sceptical. I took a chance and ordered one. Shortly after, bike arrived to my place. Box looked pretty sturdy and safe. I started to unbox, thinking OMG this is going to be a nightmare. However, bike was very well protected lots of foam and tape around all of the parts. After good 20 min of using my tools and my knowledge of assembling bikes. Eurobike was fully completed. With some minor tweaks on the breaks and steam/ stear adjustment. I decided to take it out for a spin in my neighborhood. Few miles later, I had a huge grin on my face... This bike was amazing! Whoa I did not expected this exitment. I mean for the price and free shipping common you can't get a better bike out there. Additionaly, just for my preference I will replace the brakes, crank, and steam for something more durable. Hands down, I am very satisfied with my purchase. I mean few upgrades you will have a solid bike that will turn heads for sure.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By T. J. Bailey - Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2019
Excellent for the price!
I went through several reviews before making this purchase, and I'm very pleased. The bike looks and handles amazingly. However, I am new to riding so I don't have much to compare it to. It is heavier than more expensive bikes and the mag wheels add additional weight also. However, I'm using this bike to train and get in better shape so I'm ok with the weight to increase muscle strength w/o having to spend a ton of money. I'd only recommend this bike to beginners. Primarily because the chain wheel is 42T. That is small as standard road bikes come with 52T or 53T. The larger chain wheel allows you to produce more power which means the bike can go faster. However that also means it is harder to pedal which is why I prefer the smaller chain wheel as a newbie to cycling. I also stay in a hilly area so the smaller chain wheel is much better for my needs. The seat is pretty uncomfortable, but replacements are pretty cheap. I added a gel cover to mine until I can find a better seat. Other than that, I don't have any other complaints. Well, I didn't like all the stickers as the graphics were a bit overwhelming so I took some of the stickers off the wheels. For the price, this is a great buy!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Abraham M. - Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2018
My first bike, and I couldn't be happier!
The bike is an amazing buy at $200. It's got all the Shimano grupo, and comes 3/4 assembled. I bought the smaller frame because I am ~ 5'7" tall, and it's a perfect fit. When assembling the bike, it is easier if you air up the tires first, so that you can use your body weight to push down on the forks when installing the wheels, to make sure they are perfectly positioned and completely inserted. Make sure your front fork is oriented the proper way (there is a sticker to let you know which side is front vs back) before you tighten the nut under the small rubber cover on top of the Neco hub. It's very easy to adjust the brake tension and the pad angle/position, using the provided hex wrenches. You may need to adjust the brake handles, depending on your needs. This is rather complex/difficult, because you must first loosen the brake cable, pull the brake handle down, and then access the bolt that tightens the brakes using the hex wrench. Then, you must adjust the brake handles to your desired position, which will undoubtedly cause problems with the handle-wraps. I recommend using electrical tape to wrap the ends of the handle wraps where they meet underneath the brake handle sheath before getting started. You can peel the flexible, rubber brake handle sheaths up a bit to wrap the tape. Now that everything is assembled, ride your bike for a while to figure out how you will need to further adjust the brakes and derailleurs. Also, invest in some fenders (if you'll be riding wet streets), a bike lock, a helmet, and some front and rear lights. Stay safe and enjoy the ride.