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sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)

sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)

sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
sixthreezero Around the Block Women's Cruiser Bike with Rear Rack (24-Inch, 26-Inch, and eBike)
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Features

  • Classic, curvy women's beach cruiser bicycle with 17-inch durable steel frame; ideal for casual, comfortable riding around the neighborhood
  • Upright riding style keeps your back and shoulders comfortable; dual-spring saddle and wide cruiser handlebar with foam grips
  • Single-speed bike great for cruising on flat terrain; pedal-backwards coaster brakes for easy stopping
  • 26-inch, 2.125-inch wide aluminum wheels with large waffle tread tires provide a cushioned ride for easy rolling
  • Blacked-out components for added style; includes rear rack for optional baskets and panniers; Drop Out: 3/8" Threading Axle

Description

Cruise with style on the supremely comfortable Around The Block women's bike, featuring an upright riding design and sweeping cruiser handlebars to keep your back and shoulders relaxed. The comfort and ease of the sixthreezero Around The Block make it great for casual jaunts of 20 miles or less – whether to the beach, down the bike path, or around the neighborhood. The Around the Block amps up its eye-catchingly curvy 17-inch steel cruiser frame with comfort details like high-density foam grips on the wide handlebars, a dual-spring seat that ensures tailbone comfort on long rides, and 26-inch, 2. 125-inch wide aluminum wheels with large waffle tread tires that help smooth out the bumps. The Around The Block is available in four gearing options: 21-speed Shimano Tourney derailleur and friction shifters help you tackle demanding street, trail, long distance, and uphill riding. Front and rear handbrakes make stopping easy and precise. 7-speed Shimano external hub allows for a wide range of riding – from leisure to long distance commutes. Includes front and rear handbrakes. 3-speed Shimano internal hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter enables you to handle longer distances and moderate hills. Includes front handbrake and rear coaster brakes. Single-speed model offers ultimate simplicity, and is ideal for flat terrain. The coaster braking system is simple – just pedal backwards to glide to a stop. This bike comes with a chain guard to protect pant cuffs from getting caught, plus a rear rack for use with optional panniers, baskets, and other accessories. The Around The Block is sized for riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 4 inches tall. It comes 85% assembled. Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.


Product Dimensions: 52 x 27 x 8 inches ; 40 pounds


Shipping Weight: 44.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00AK0S07K


Item model number: 630042


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #401 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #1 in Complete Cruiser Bikes


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Delivery

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Features

  • Classic, curvy women's beach cruiser bicycle with 17-inch durable steel frame; ideal for casual, comfortable riding around the neighborhood
  • Upright riding style keeps your back and shoulders comfortable; dual-spring saddle and wide cruiser handlebar with foam grips
  • Single-speed bike great for cruising on flat terrain; pedal-backwards coaster brakes for easy stopping
  • 26-inch, 2.125-inch wide aluminum wheels with large waffle tread tires provide a cushioned ride for easy rolling
  • Blacked-out components for added style; includes rear rack for optional baskets and panniers; Drop Out: 3/8" Threading Axle

Description

Cruise with style on the supremely comfortable Around The Block women's bike, featuring an upright riding design and sweeping cruiser handlebars to keep your back and shoulders relaxed. The comfort and ease of the sixthreezero Around The Block make it great for casual jaunts of 20 miles or less – whether to the beach, down the bike path, or around the neighborhood. The Around the Block amps up its eye-catchingly curvy 17-inch steel cruiser frame with comfort details like high-density foam grips on the wide handlebars, a dual-spring seat that ensures tailbone comfort on long rides, and 26-inch, 2. 125-inch wide aluminum wheels with large waffle tread tires that help smooth out the bumps. The Around The Block is available in four gearing options: 21-speed Shimano Tourney derailleur and friction shifters help you tackle demanding street, trail, long distance, and uphill riding. Front and rear handbrakes make stopping easy and precise. 7-speed Shimano external hub allows for a wide range of riding – from leisure to long distance commutes. Includes front and rear handbrakes. 3-speed Shimano internal hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter enables you to handle longer distances and moderate hills. Includes front handbrake and rear coaster brakes. Single-speed model offers ultimate simplicity, and is ideal for flat terrain. The coaster braking system is simple – just pedal backwards to glide to a stop. This bike comes with a chain guard to protect pant cuffs from getting caught, plus a rear rack for use with optional panniers, baskets, and other accessories. The Around The Block is sized for riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 4 inches tall. It comes 85% assembled. Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.


Product Dimensions: 52 x 27 x 8 inches ; 40 pounds


Shipping Weight: 44.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00AK0S07K


Item model number: 630042


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #401 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #1 in Complete Cruiser 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.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

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

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Classic, curvy women's beach cruiser bicycle with 17-inch durable steel frame; ideal for casual, comfortable riding around the neighborhood
  • Upright riding style keeps your back and shoulders comfortable; dual-spring saddle and wide cruiser handlebar with foam grips
  • Single-speed bike great for cruising on flat terrain; pedal-backwards coaster brakes for easy stopping
  • 26-inch, 2.125-inch wide aluminum wheels with large waffle tread tires provide a cushioned ride for easy rolling
  • Blacked-out components for added style; includes rear rack for optional baskets and panniers; Drop Out: 3/8" Threading Axle

Description

Cruise with style on the supremely comfortable Around The Block women's bike, featuring an upright riding design and sweeping cruiser handlebars to keep your back and shoulders relaxed. The comfort and ease of the sixthreezero Around The Block make it great for casual jaunts of 20 miles or less – whether to the beach, down the bike path, or around the neighborhood. The Around the Block amps up its eye-catchingly curvy 17-inch steel cruiser frame with comfort details like high-density foam grips on the wide handlebars, a dual-spring seat that ensures tailbone comfort on long rides, and 26-inch, 2. 125-inch wide aluminum wheels with large waffle tread tires that help smooth out the bumps. The Around The Block is available in four gearing options: 21-speed Shimano Tourney derailleur and friction shifters help you tackle demanding street, trail, long distance, and uphill riding. Front and rear handbrakes make stopping easy and precise. 7-speed Shimano external hub allows for a wide range of riding – from leisure to long distance commutes. Includes front and rear handbrakes. 3-speed Shimano internal hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter enables you to handle longer distances and moderate hills. Includes front handbrake and rear coaster brakes. Single-speed model offers ultimate simplicity, and is ideal for flat terrain. The coaster braking system is simple – just pedal backwards to glide to a stop. This bike comes with a chain guard to protect pant cuffs from getting caught, plus a rear rack for use with optional panniers, baskets, and other accessories. The Around The Block is sized for riders from 5 feet to 6 feet, 4 inches tall. It comes 85% assembled. Designed with comfort, ease, and eye-catching style, sixthreezero bikes offer affordable quality for a vast range of riders.


Product Dimensions: 52 x 27 x 8 inches ; 40 pounds


Shipping Weight: 44.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00AK0S07K


Item model number: 630042


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #401 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #1 in Complete Cruiser Bikes


abunda_amazon_reviews We purchased two bikes: a sixthreezero women's 26" single speed and a Firmstrong men's 26" single speed. Purchases were made based on availability since the bikes are rated similarly. We love both bikes: both bikes handled my 5’7” 280 lb frame and my wife’s 5”6” 140 lb physique easily. Both are very comfortable to ride and the construction seems to be about the same. Some parts are identical such as the pedals, seat post clamp, and reflectors. Both bikes were easy to assemble and both arrived in excellent condition. Here's where we found differences in the two bikes: The sixthreezero comes with a carrier rack pre-installed. We really like this additional feature. The Firmstrong’s seat is firmer than the sixthreezero. For us the sixthreezero seat is more comfortable. The sixtthreezero came with basic tools for assemble. The Firmstrong did not. Although it seems like you can’t go wrong with either of these bikes, we found that the small differences in the sixthreezero made it our favorite.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;sixthreezero vs Firmstrong ... both are great bikes but slight edge to sixthreezero.;;Stephen J. Smith;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1NZLNBK7A74YA/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00AK0S07K;;;So initial reactions, I did a lot of research when looking for a bike that suits me. I'm 5' ft tall, exactly, 60 cms, I'm a petite adult woman. It's really close to impossible for me to enjoy the Limebikes and other services outside in the Boston area so I had to commit and buy a bike that suits my small height. The minty green is adorable, perfect for what I was expecting, the quality and sturdiness is very obviously there. The assembly was quite irritating -- it was partially put together (which they don't notate is standard for the Around the Block bikes) so following the manual was basically redundant. The saving grace was YouTube and all the assembly videos present to help me along. It's a heavy bike and you may need two people to help adjust things as you put it together. Overall though I love the appearance, I bought a mint basket to match the bike, which will be helpful during my commute. So I bought the 24' because I read the reviews and woes of other smaller woman struggling with the 26'. Their website says 5-6ft for the 26'. It's an utter lie. I'm BARELY holding on to the 24' then it occurred to me, it's not necessarily about height (we are not all cookie cutter humans) its about your LEG LENGTH. I have a long torso and short legs, I'm happy I chose the 24' because it's literally the only choice I had, I have to be on my tippy toes with it as is, but it rides. If I got the 26', I would have to wear platforms to ride the bike. If you're short and have similar proportions, you may want to consider disregarding their suggestion and getting the 24'. There was another reviewer that said she regretted keeping her 26' at 5'1 because she could not reach comfortable. So beware! Also, there is a weight limit of 198 lbs for the 24' tires, something to consider as well if you're overweight and trying to use this bike to get fit, someone heavier than me sat and the bike did not move well. I don't know how they say 300lbs, that seems really insane to me. As far as assembly suggestions, the constant swivel of the seat can be fixed, you just have to get yourself a ratchet and or crescent wrench and turn those suckers SUPER tightly. Their tools provided are AWFUL. Use your own. As far as the seat lever goes, make sure you grease it too. I found myself building it on a carpet because it helped protect the bike from scuffs as I haphazardly carried it during my assembly. I will update after usage during my commute to see how it lasts. I have high hopes!;;Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Short minty girl, the struggle is real!;;Lewka;;/gp/customer-reviews/RLCPWSM69NVTF/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00AK0S07K;;;This is the first time I've ever bought a bike from the internet and I couldn't be more happy!! Not only was it really easy to put together (by myself, while drinking), it's just such a wonderful bike! It's smooth, responsive, handles great, I love it. And for the price I'm honestly amazed. I love everything about it, especially the fact that the rack is part of the frame. Not only does it make it sturdy and secure, it meant I didn't have to buy and assemble a separate rack. I just attached a milk crate to the rack with zip ties and it's a perfect basket for groceries, my backpack, whatever I need to haul.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome bike, great price, easy to assemble :);;L. Hand;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1Q970306J6LPH/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00AK0S07K;;;My bike arrived yesterday. I got the plum color, which I do not regret! I'm a 29 year old, single mom, with basic handyman skills, and I set it up by myself in about 45 min (not reading directions). I purchased the basket separately, which fits just as I imagined it would. Everything fit together very easily and seems to be great quality. You can easily adjust the angle/tilt of the seat and the handlebars to make it completely comfortable. The seat is big and comfy. I ordered a matching basket liner, seat cover, & cup holder on etsy so she's not complete yet! Overall I'm glad I went with this bike because of the built in bike rack. It's built in and slender, not big and bulky-looking, drawing attention away from the rest of the bike like some of the others I see. I think it's the perfect combo between an old-fashioned beach cruiser and a new-school chopper-style cruiser. My eight year old son loves it and is happy his mom finally has a "cool" bike, so I know it's cool ;o).;;Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Purple people eater;;Trisha;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2D4DIMS96SALX/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00AK0S07K;;;I'm 73, pretty fit (just gave up horses n jumping), & decided to get a bike. "Thought" the Round the Block best, but Quickly realized this bike is NOT suited for my hilly subdivision; It is designed for FLAT roads n short rides. PurchSed the 3 speed, but changed the sprocket for a better gear ratio. A 7 speed wouldn’t have helped—too many gears wouldn’t been used Also the step thru frame would have been a better choice, mainly because I can't throw my leg over with a basket on the back. The bike comes partially assembled, but needs some expertise. To do matters correctly/conveniently one needs a small repair stand, spoke wrench, etc. The wheels on my bike were not true, brakes not adjusted properly, so I spent $50 for the expertise assistance. I added a rear view mirror, iPhone holder, light/horn, baskets, Cloud9 comfy seat & helmet. If you’re riding in a subdivision or around walkers get the Elegant Choice Bicycle horn. All in all the "Round the Block" is a good choice. Oh, for the best & cheapest basket a plastic milk crate secured with zip ties is GREAT!;;Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Good bang for 4 the Buck but not for hills!;;Gumbo Gal;;/gp/customer-reviews/R19R7P456FQMC7/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00AK0S07K

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen J. Smith - Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2017
sixthreezero vs Firmstrong ... both are great bikes but slight edge to sixthreezero.
We purchased two bikes: a sixthreezero women's 26" single speed and a Firmstrong men's 26" single speed. Purchases were made based on availability since the bikes are rated similarly. We love both bikes: both bikes handled my 5’7” 280 lb frame and my wife’s 5”6” 140 lb physique easily. Both are very comfortable to ride and the construction seems to be about the same. Some parts are identical such as the pedals, seat post clamp, and reflectors. Both bikes were easy to assemble and both arrived in excellent condition. Here's where we found differences in the two bikes: The sixthreezero comes with a carrier rack pre-installed. We really like this additional feature. The Firmstrong’s seat is firmer than the sixthreezero. For us the sixthreezero seat is more comfortable. The sixtthreezero came with basic tools for assemble. The Firmstrong did not. Although it seems like you can’t go wrong with either of these bikes, we found that the small differences in the sixthreezero made it our favorite.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Lewka - Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2019
Short minty girl, the struggle is real!
So initial reactions, I did a lot of research when looking for a bike that suits me. I'm 5' ft tall, exactly, 60 cms, I'm a petite adult woman. It's really close to impossible for me to enjoy the Limebikes and other services outside in the Boston area so I had to commit and buy a bike that suits my small height. The minty green is adorable, perfect for what I was expecting, the quality and sturdiness is very obviously there. The assembly was quite irritating -- it was partially put together (which they don't notate is standard for the Around the Block bikes) so following the manual was basically redundant. The saving grace was YouTube and all the assembly videos present to help me along. It's a heavy bike and you may need two people to help adjust things as you put it together. Overall though I love the appearance, I bought a mint basket to match the bike, which will be helpful during my commute. So I bought the 24' because I read the reviews and woes of other smaller woman struggling with the 26'. Their website says 5-6ft for the 26'. It's an utter lie. I'm BARELY holding on to the 24' then it occurred to me, it's not necessarily about height (we are not all cookie cutter humans) its about your LEG LENGTH. I have a long torso and short legs, I'm happy I chose the 24' because it's literally the only choice I had, I have to be on my tippy toes with it as is, but it rides. If I got the 26', I would have to wear platforms to ride the bike. If you're short and have similar proportions, you may want to consider disregarding their suggestion and getting the 24'. There was another reviewer that said she regretted keeping her 26' at 5'1 because she could not reach comfortable. So beware! Also, there is a weight limit of 198 lbs for the 24' tires, something to consider as well if you're overweight and trying to use this bike to get fit, someone heavier than me sat and the bike did not move well. I don't know how they say 300lbs, that seems really insane to me. As far as assembly suggestions, the constant swivel of the seat can be fixed, you just have to get yourself a ratchet and or crescent wrench and turn those suckers SUPER tightly. Their tools provided are AWFUL. Use your own. As far as the seat lever goes, make sure you grease it too. I found myself building it on a carpet because it helped protect the bike from scuffs as I haphazardly carried it during my assembly. I will update after usage during my commute to see how it lasts. I have high hopes!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L. Hand - Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2016
Awesome bike, great price, easy to assemble :)
This is the first time I've ever bought a bike from the internet and I couldn't be more happy!! Not only was it really easy to put together (by myself, while drinking), it's just such a wonderful bike! It's smooth, responsive, handles great, I love it. And for the price I'm honestly amazed. I love everything about it, especially the fact that the rack is part of the frame. Not only does it make it sturdy and secure, it meant I didn't have to buy and assemble a separate rack. I just attached a milk crate to the rack with zip ties and it's a perfect basket for groceries, my backpack, whatever I need to haul.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Trisha - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2017
Purple people eater
My bike arrived yesterday. I got the plum color, which I do not regret! I'm a 29 year old, single mom, with basic handyman skills, and I set it up by myself in about 45 min (not reading directions). I purchased the basket separately, which fits just as I imagined it would. Everything fit together very easily and seems to be great quality. You can easily adjust the angle/tilt of the seat and the handlebars to make it completely comfortable. The seat is big and comfy. I ordered a matching basket liner, seat cover, & cup holder on etsy so she's not complete yet! Overall I'm glad I went with this bike because of the built in bike rack. It's built in and slender, not big and bulky-looking, drawing attention away from the rest of the bike like some of the others I see. I think it's the perfect combo between an old-fashioned beach cruiser and a new-school chopper-style cruiser. My eight year old son loves it and is happy his mom finally has a "cool" bike, so I know it's cool ;o).

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Gumbo Gal - Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2018
Good bang for 4 the Buck but not for hills!
I'm 73, pretty fit (just gave up horses n jumping), & decided to get a bike. "Thought" the Round the Block best, but Quickly realized this bike is NOT suited for my hilly subdivision; It is designed for FLAT roads n short rides. PurchSed the 3 speed, but changed the sprocket for a better gear ratio. A 7 speed wouldn’t have helped—too many gears wouldn’t been used Also the step thru frame would have been a better choice, mainly because I can't throw my leg over with a basket on the back. The bike comes partially assembled, but needs some expertise. To do matters correctly/conveniently one needs a small repair stand, spoke wrench, etc. The wheels on my bike were not true, brakes not adjusted properly, so I spent $50 for the expertise assistance. I added a rear view mirror, iPhone holder, light/horn, baskets, Cloud9 comfy seat & helmet. If you’re riding in a subdivision or around walkers get the Elegant Choice Bicycle horn. All in all the "Round the Block" is a good choice. Oh, for the best & cheapest basket a plastic milk crate secured with zip ties is GREAT!

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen J. Smith - Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2017
sixthreezero vs Firmstrong ... both are great bikes but slight edge to sixthreezero.
We purchased two bikes: a sixthreezero women's 26" single speed and a Firmstrong men's 26" single speed. Purchases were made based on availability since the bikes are rated similarly. We love both bikes: both bikes handled my 5’7” 280 lb frame and my wife’s 5”6” 140 lb physique easily. Both are very comfortable to ride and the construction seems to be about the same. Some parts are identical such as the pedals, seat post clamp, and reflectors. Both bikes were easy to assemble and both arrived in excellent condition. Here's where we found differences in the two bikes: The sixthreezero comes with a carrier rack pre-installed. We really like this additional feature. The Firmstrong’s seat is firmer than the sixthreezero. For us the sixthreezero seat is more comfortable. The sixtthreezero came with basic tools for assemble. The Firmstrong did not. Although it seems like you can’t go wrong with either of these bikes, we found that the small differences in the sixthreezero made it our favorite.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Lewka - Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2019
Short minty girl, the struggle is real!
So initial reactions, I did a lot of research when looking for a bike that suits me. I'm 5' ft tall, exactly, 60 cms, I'm a petite adult woman. It's really close to impossible for me to enjoy the Limebikes and other services outside in the Boston area so I had to commit and buy a bike that suits my small height. The minty green is adorable, perfect for what I was expecting, the quality and sturdiness is very obviously there. The assembly was quite irritating -- it was partially put together (which they don't notate is standard for the Around the Block bikes) so following the manual was basically redundant. The saving grace was YouTube and all the assembly videos present to help me along. It's a heavy bike and you may need two people to help adjust things as you put it together. Overall though I love the appearance, I bought a mint basket to match the bike, which will be helpful during my commute. So I bought the 24' because I read the reviews and woes of other smaller woman struggling with the 26'. Their website says 5-6ft for the 26'. It's an utter lie. I'm BARELY holding on to the 24' then it occurred to me, it's not necessarily about height (we are not all cookie cutter humans) its about your LEG LENGTH. I have a long torso and short legs, I'm happy I chose the 24' because it's literally the only choice I had, I have to be on my tippy toes with it as is, but it rides. If I got the 26', I would have to wear platforms to ride the bike. If you're short and have similar proportions, you may want to consider disregarding their suggestion and getting the 24'. There was another reviewer that said she regretted keeping her 26' at 5'1 because she could not reach comfortable. So beware! Also, there is a weight limit of 198 lbs for the 24' tires, something to consider as well if you're overweight and trying to use this bike to get fit, someone heavier than me sat and the bike did not move well. I don't know how they say 300lbs, that seems really insane to me. As far as assembly suggestions, the constant swivel of the seat can be fixed, you just have to get yourself a ratchet and or crescent wrench and turn those suckers SUPER tightly. Their tools provided are AWFUL. Use your own. As far as the seat lever goes, make sure you grease it too. I found myself building it on a carpet because it helped protect the bike from scuffs as I haphazardly carried it during my assembly. I will update after usage during my commute to see how it lasts. I have high hopes!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By L. Hand - Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2016
Awesome bike, great price, easy to assemble :)
This is the first time I've ever bought a bike from the internet and I couldn't be more happy!! Not only was it really easy to put together (by myself, while drinking), it's just such a wonderful bike! It's smooth, responsive, handles great, I love it. And for the price I'm honestly amazed. I love everything about it, especially the fact that the rack is part of the frame. Not only does it make it sturdy and secure, it meant I didn't have to buy and assemble a separate rack. I just attached a milk crate to the rack with zip ties and it's a perfect basket for groceries, my backpack, whatever I need to haul.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Trisha - Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2017
Purple people eater
My bike arrived yesterday. I got the plum color, which I do not regret! I'm a 29 year old, single mom, with basic handyman skills, and I set it up by myself in about 45 min (not reading directions). I purchased the basket separately, which fits just as I imagined it would. Everything fit together very easily and seems to be great quality. You can easily adjust the angle/tilt of the seat and the handlebars to make it completely comfortable. The seat is big and comfy. I ordered a matching basket liner, seat cover, & cup holder on etsy so she's not complete yet! Overall I'm glad I went with this bike because of the built in bike rack. It's built in and slender, not big and bulky-looking, drawing attention away from the rest of the bike like some of the others I see. I think it's the perfect combo between an old-fashioned beach cruiser and a new-school chopper-style cruiser. My eight year old son loves it and is happy his mom finally has a "cool" bike, so I know it's cool ;o).

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Gumbo Gal - Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2018
Good bang for 4 the Buck but not for hills!
I'm 73, pretty fit (just gave up horses n jumping), & decided to get a bike. "Thought" the Round the Block best, but Quickly realized this bike is NOT suited for my hilly subdivision; It is designed for FLAT roads n short rides. PurchSed the 3 speed, but changed the sprocket for a better gear ratio. A 7 speed wouldn’t have helped—too many gears wouldn’t been used Also the step thru frame would have been a better choice, mainly because I can't throw my leg over with a basket on the back. The bike comes partially assembled, but needs some expertise. To do matters correctly/conveniently one needs a small repair stand, spoke wrench, etc. The wheels on my bike were not true, brakes not adjusted properly, so I spent $50 for the expertise assistance. I added a rear view mirror, iPhone holder, light/horn, baskets, Cloud9 comfy seat & helmet. If you’re riding in a subdivision or around walkers get the Elegant Choice Bicycle horn. All in all the "Round the Block" is a good choice. Oh, for the best & cheapest basket a plastic milk crate secured with zip ties is GREAT!