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sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame

sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame

sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
sixthreezero Men's in The Barrel 7-Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle, Matte Black w/Black Seat/Grips, 26" Wheels/ 18" Frame
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Features

  • Men's 26-inch cruiser bicycle with top-of-the-line 7-speed external derailleur with Nexus shifter offers maximum versatility for both beach and city riding
  • 18-Inch extended steel frame with forward pedaling design ideal for taller riders
  • Shimano seven-speed hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter offers maximum Versatility for a wide range of activities
  • Balloon tires and extra-wide comfort saddle with dual-springs absorbs bumps; front and rear handbrakes for easy stopping
  • Fits riders from 5 feet, 4 inches to 6 feet, 4 inches tall; comes 85 Percent Assembled

Description

Offering both killer looks and true comfort, the In The Barrel 26-inch beach cruiser bike for guys features a durable 18-inch extended frame in 1-, 3-, or 7-speed gear options. Ideal for taller guys, the In The Barrel's forward pedaling combined with an ideal crankset configuration give you the smoothest and easiest ride you could ask for. It features a cushy saddle and grips, plus a thicker top tube that combines both a mellow and rugged look. Breeze through the city, by the beach, through your town, or up and down hills with three gear options to help you along the way. The 1-speed version is ideal for casual, recreational riding on flatter terrain. The 3-speed version features a Shimano Internal hub with Nexus shifter, giving you more gears for climbing hills and longer rides. The 7-speed version provides maximum versatility with its top-of-the-line seven-speed Shimano gear-shifting system, enabling you to go farther distances and enjoy more high intensity riding. While designed for riders measuring 5-foot, 4-inches to 6-foot, 4-inches, the bike also works just as well for those of us who are a little more vertically challenged, with just a couple minor adjustments to the seat post and handlebars required to customize the fit. No matter your height, the In The Barrel a nice, comfortable ride in a relaxed and open seating position. The thicker top tube and the all blacked-out parts and components on the matte black frame really make sure to give this bike the coveted mellow and rugged look. Ride along with sixthreezero in the creation of a community of life enthusiasts who are passionate about living everyday to its fullest and enjoy the benefits of one of man's simplest and greatest mobility inventions, the bicycle. Ride Easy.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Product Dimensions 58 x 28 x 9 inches; 45 Pounds


Item model number 630045


Department Mens


Date First Available October 26, 2015


Manufacturer Sixthreezero Enterprises, L.L.C.


ASIN B00EEFZ3M2


Best Sellers Rank #42 in Complete Cruiser Bikes


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars


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Delivery

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Returns

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Features

  • Men's 26-inch cruiser bicycle with top-of-the-line 7-speed external derailleur with Nexus shifter offers maximum versatility for both beach and city riding
  • 18-Inch extended steel frame with forward pedaling design ideal for taller riders
  • Shimano seven-speed hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter offers maximum Versatility for a wide range of activities
  • Balloon tires and extra-wide comfort saddle with dual-springs absorbs bumps; front and rear handbrakes for easy stopping
  • Fits riders from 5 feet, 4 inches to 6 feet, 4 inches tall; comes 85 Percent Assembled

Description

Offering both killer looks and true comfort, the In The Barrel 26-inch beach cruiser bike for guys features a durable 18-inch extended frame in 1-, 3-, or 7-speed gear options. Ideal for taller guys, the In The Barrel's forward pedaling combined with an ideal crankset configuration give you the smoothest and easiest ride you could ask for. It features a cushy saddle and grips, plus a thicker top tube that combines both a mellow and rugged look. Breeze through the city, by the beach, through your town, or up and down hills with three gear options to help you along the way. The 1-speed version is ideal for casual, recreational riding on flatter terrain. The 3-speed version features a Shimano Internal hub with Nexus shifter, giving you more gears for climbing hills and longer rides. The 7-speed version provides maximum versatility with its top-of-the-line seven-speed Shimano gear-shifting system, enabling you to go farther distances and enjoy more high intensity riding. While designed for riders measuring 5-foot, 4-inches to 6-foot, 4-inches, the bike also works just as well for those of us who are a little more vertically challenged, with just a couple minor adjustments to the seat post and handlebars required to customize the fit. No matter your height, the In The Barrel a nice, comfortable ride in a relaxed and open seating position. The thicker top tube and the all blacked-out parts and components on the matte black frame really make sure to give this bike the coveted mellow and rugged look. Ride along with sixthreezero in the creation of a community of life enthusiasts who are passionate about living everyday to its fullest and enjoy the benefits of one of man's simplest and greatest mobility inventions, the bicycle. Ride Easy.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Product Dimensions 58 x 28 x 9 inches; 45 Pounds


Item model number 630045


Department Mens


Date First Available October 26, 2015


Manufacturer Sixthreezero Enterprises, L.L.C.


ASIN B00EEFZ3M2


Best Sellers Rank #42 in Complete Cruiser Bikes


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars


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

  • Men's 26-inch cruiser bicycle with top-of-the-line 7-speed external derailleur with Nexus shifter offers maximum versatility for both beach and city riding
  • 18-Inch extended steel frame with forward pedaling design ideal for taller riders
  • Shimano seven-speed hub with easy-to-use Nexus shifter offers maximum Versatility for a wide range of activities
  • Balloon tires and extra-wide comfort saddle with dual-springs absorbs bumps; front and rear handbrakes for easy stopping
  • Fits riders from 5 feet, 4 inches to 6 feet, 4 inches tall; comes 85 Percent Assembled

Description

Offering both killer looks and true comfort, the In The Barrel 26-inch beach cruiser bike for guys features a durable 18-inch extended frame in 1-, 3-, or 7-speed gear options. Ideal for taller guys, the In The Barrel's forward pedaling combined with an ideal crankset configuration give you the smoothest and easiest ride you could ask for. It features a cushy saddle and grips, plus a thicker top tube that combines both a mellow and rugged look. Breeze through the city, by the beach, through your town, or up and down hills with three gear options to help you along the way. The 1-speed version is ideal for casual, recreational riding on flatter terrain. The 3-speed version features a Shimano Internal hub with Nexus shifter, giving you more gears for climbing hills and longer rides. The 7-speed version provides maximum versatility with its top-of-the-line seven-speed Shimano gear-shifting system, enabling you to go farther distances and enjoy more high intensity riding. While designed for riders measuring 5-foot, 4-inches to 6-foot, 4-inches, the bike also works just as well for those of us who are a little more vertically challenged, with just a couple minor adjustments to the seat post and handlebars required to customize the fit. No matter your height, the In The Barrel a nice, comfortable ride in a relaxed and open seating position. The thicker top tube and the all blacked-out parts and components on the matte black frame really make sure to give this bike the coveted mellow and rugged look. Ride along with sixthreezero in the creation of a community of life enthusiasts who are passionate about living everyday to its fullest and enjoy the benefits of one of man's simplest and greatest mobility inventions, the bicycle. Ride Easy.


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Product Dimensions 58 x 28 x 9 inches; 45 Pounds


Item model number 630045


Department Mens


Date First Available October 26, 2015


Manufacturer Sixthreezero Enterprises, L.L.C.


ASIN B00EEFZ3M2


Best Sellers Rank #42 in Complete Cruiser Bikes


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars


abunda_amazon_reviews This bike almost seriously injured me. I have had it for a little over a month. While riding one day, I went over some rail road tracks. I wasn't going very fast, maybe 7-8 MPH. As I went over them, the seat post bent back all the way down to the tire, effectively causing the bike to stop immediately. I'm not sure how, but I managed to not fall over or anything. At some point during the debacle, both of the pedals broke as well. I think it may have been because I was bracing myself. Really upset that I spent 400.00 on this thing. I should have just went to Walmart and got a cheapo for a 100 bucks, probably would have lasted longer.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Dangerous;;Dustin E. Miller;;;If you love a coaster but want to ride some serious distance in a little more challenging conditions, this is the bike for you. My wife does road/trail rides of 25 miles with her eyes closed. I had a foot forward single speed coaster with a maximum range of about 5 miles with a gel seat and flat terrain. I bought a $500 sixteen speed hybrid thinking I could make the 25 miles - not even close. The lean forward posture killed my rear end and my front end, even with a cushy coaster seat and bike pants. The hybrid sat in the garage and I putzed around on the coaster. I did detailed research on multi-speed coasters and landed on the sixthreezero "In The Barrel" 3 speed. On my fourth ride we did 18 miles on combo road/trail - mostly flat but with some long gradual elevations, a few short, steep climbs and some wind. The upright posture, elongated frame, foot forward drive train, excellent 3 speed gear box and very supportive seat make this an amazing two wheeled machine. We will crack the 20 mile barrier on the next ride and get to 25+. So what about assembly and adjustments. Just pay very close attention to the instructions/pictures, use the right tools and you will be riding in less than a hour. The gear box will need adjustment but it is simple and has not needed additional attention. I only have two small suggestions for improvement - more substantial feeling handle bars and longer grips. The lower profile bars and shortish grips feel a bit undersized for the very beefy frame. If you want a versatile, extended range coaster, this is the bike.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect bike for serious rides for 60+ year old me!;;R.E. Tired;;;Not so great for Tall Guys. I bought this bike (based on reviews) thinking it would fit me well, I am 6'3" with a 34" pant inseam. I commute to work... 2-3 miles each way. The reality is this bike "as-is" was not big/tall enough for me... with the seat post maxed out my pedal cycle still left my legs significantly bent at the bottom of each pedaling revolution... ie... so my legs were always bent at the bottom of each stroke... when ideally you leg should have a just little bend at the bottom of each stroke. So I had to buy an XXL seat post... (which barely left me with enough room). So I don't know where all this "ideal for taller guys" comes in to play with this bike... if you are over 6'2"... it probably is not ideal... (but good luck finding an affordable cruiser for Tall GUYS...let me know if you find one!!) I also replaced the very handsome seat because it was just too soft and did not offer enough support. Otherwise the bike appears to be well made, fairly simple to assemble (videos are nice), and has been riding pretty well. It is geared very light (single speed).... so going up hills has not been too much of an issue, but the flip side is it's difficult to get any momentum/speed on this bike... I am constantly being passed by fellow commuters!! lol so if you are traveling over 5 miles... it's going to take awhile. The color is Traffic Cone Neon Orange... you wont be missed riding this... lots of people like it though. The other reason I bought this bike was it should be low maintenance and easy to fix... I deciding to exit bikes with gears and cable breaks... it seems I was spending $100 a year on maintaining those systems... so this is back to basics... just like my first new bike when I was a kid... a Shwinn.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2016;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;A good bike, BUT NOT IDEAL FOR GUYS 6'3"+;;michael;;;I've had this bike for 4 years now and feel like I know enough to give an informed review. Overall I enjoy this bike and most of the components are of high quality. I've loaded this bike down with kids in a handlebar mounted kid seat (iBert Safe-T), axle mounted 2 kid trailer (InStep Take 2), and a seat post mounted Wee Ride Co-Pilot and the bike never complained. With the three speed drive train and the tires, which can take much more pressure than traditional balloon cruiser tires, this bike has been great for urban riding around town, in parks, and cruising. Pros: 3 speed internal gearing works great and still has that minimalist cruiser style. Tires, rims, seat and grips all have worked well and have held up. I like that the tires can pressure up fairly high so you can ride faster than on traditional cruisers. Areas for improvement: The weak point for me on the bike were the pedals, These both broke for me within the first couple months of riding. Not an expensive fix, but i'm not sure why they couldn't spec a slightly higher component there. The brakes work, but that is all I can say about them. I live in a very flat town and wouldn't really want to test them in the hills (which isn't where you should be riding this bike anyway. The "sixthreezero" stickers on the rims are starting to discolor so I'll be taking them off soon. Ergo: I'm 5'11" with a pretty short inseam and a long torso. For me the seat and the stem end up about as high as they go. It was a bit of a stretch to reach the stock handlebars causing me to lean a little forward for this style bike and I couldn't get it setup where I was comfortable. I ended up swapping the stock handle bars for some longer "ape hanger" style bars which were able to get me comfortable and look pretty cool. Overall I think this is a great middle of the road cruiser for the money. The bike is more stylish and components are higher quality than department store bikes and it costs about half what similar big name bikes go for at a local bike shop. If you aren't comfortable assembling and making minor repairs and adjustments to a bike, I would either get a bike at a local bike shop, or make friends with the folks there and pay them to assemble it and set it up for you.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;4 Year Review - Good Bang for the Buck Cruiser;;Dave

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dustin E. Miller - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
Dangerous
This bike almost seriously injured me. I have had it for a little over a month. While riding one day, I went over some rail road tracks. I wasn't going very fast, maybe 7-8 MPH. As I went over them, the seat post bent back all the way down to the tire, effectively causing the bike to stop immediately. I'm not sure how, but I managed to not fall over or anything. At some point during the debacle, both of the pedals broke as well. I think it may have been because I was bracing myself. Really upset that I spent 400.00 on this thing. I should have just went to Walmart and got a cheapo for a 100 bucks, probably would have lasted longer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R.E. Tired - Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2017
Perfect bike for serious rides for 60+ year old me!
If you love a coaster but want to ride some serious distance in a little more challenging conditions, this is the bike for you. My wife does road/trail rides of 25 miles with her eyes closed. I had a foot forward single speed coaster with a maximum range of about 5 miles with a gel seat and flat terrain. I bought a $500 sixteen speed hybrid thinking I could make the 25 miles - not even close. The lean forward posture killed my rear end and my front end, even with a cushy coaster seat and bike pants. The hybrid sat in the garage and I putzed around on the coaster. I did detailed research on multi-speed coasters and landed on the sixthreezero "In The Barrel" 3 speed. On my fourth ride we did 18 miles on combo road/trail - mostly flat but with some long gradual elevations, a few short, steep climbs and some wind. The upright posture, elongated frame, foot forward drive train, excellent 3 speed gear box and very supportive seat make this an amazing two wheeled machine. We will crack the 20 mile barrier on the next ride and get to 25+. So what about assembly and adjustments. Just pay very close attention to the instructions/pictures, use the right tools and you will be riding in less than a hour. The gear box will need adjustment but it is simple and has not needed additional attention. I only have two small suggestions for improvement - more substantial feeling handle bars and longer grips. The lower profile bars and shortish grips feel a bit undersized for the very beefy frame. If you want a versatile, extended range coaster, this is the bike.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By michael - Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2016
A good bike, BUT NOT IDEAL FOR GUYS 6'3"+
Not so great for Tall Guys. I bought this bike (based on reviews) thinking it would fit me well, I am 6'3" with a 34" pant inseam. I commute to work... 2-3 miles each way. The reality is this bike "as-is" was not big/tall enough for me... with the seat post maxed out my pedal cycle still left my legs significantly bent at the bottom of each pedaling revolution... ie... so my legs were always bent at the bottom of each stroke... when ideally you leg should have a just little bend at the bottom of each stroke. So I had to buy an XXL seat post... (which barely left me with enough room). So I don't know where all this "ideal for taller guys" comes in to play with this bike... if you are over 6'2"... it probably is not ideal... (but good luck finding an affordable cruiser for Tall GUYS...let me know if you find one!!) I also replaced the very handsome seat because it was just too soft and did not offer enough support. Otherwise the bike appears to be well made, fairly simple to assemble (videos are nice), and has been riding pretty well. It is geared very light (single speed).... so going up hills has not been too much of an issue, but the flip side is it's difficult to get any momentum/speed on this bike... I am constantly being passed by fellow commuters!! lol so if you are traveling over 5 miles... it's going to take awhile. The color is Traffic Cone Neon Orange... you wont be missed riding this... lots of people like it though. The other reason I bought this bike was it should be low maintenance and easy to fix... I deciding to exit bikes with gears and cable breaks... it seems I was spending $100 a year on maintaining those systems... so this is back to basics... just like my first new bike when I was a kid... a Shwinn.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2018
4 Year Review - Good Bang for the Buck Cruiser
I've had this bike for 4 years now and feel like I know enough to give an informed review. Overall I enjoy this bike and most of the components are of high quality. I've loaded this bike down with kids in a handlebar mounted kid seat (iBert Safe-T), axle mounted 2 kid trailer (InStep Take 2), and a seat post mounted Wee Ride Co-Pilot and the bike never complained. With the three speed drive train and the tires, which can take much more pressure than traditional balloon cruiser tires, this bike has been great for urban riding around town, in parks, and cruising. Pros: 3 speed internal gearing works great and still has that minimalist cruiser style. Tires, rims, seat and grips all have worked well and have held up. I like that the tires can pressure up fairly high so you can ride faster than on traditional cruisers. Areas for improvement: The weak point for me on the bike were the pedals, These both broke for me within the first couple months of riding. Not an expensive fix, but i'm not sure why they couldn't spec a slightly higher component there. The brakes work, but that is all I can say about them. I live in a very flat town and wouldn't really want to test them in the hills (which isn't where you should be riding this bike anyway. The "sixthreezero" stickers on the rims are starting to discolor so I'll be taking them off soon. Ergo: I'm 5'11" with a pretty short inseam and a long torso. For me the seat and the stem end up about as high as they go. It was a bit of a stretch to reach the stock handlebars causing me to lean a little forward for this style bike and I couldn't get it setup where I was comfortable. I ended up swapping the stock handle bars for some longer "ape hanger" style bars which were able to get me comfortable and look pretty cool. Overall I think this is a great middle of the road cruiser for the money. The bike is more stylish and components are higher quality than department store bikes and it costs about half what similar big name bikes go for at a local bike shop. If you aren't comfortable assembling and making minor repairs and adjustments to a bike, I would either get a bike at a local bike shop, or make friends with the folks there and pay them to assemble it and set it up for you.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dustin E. Miller - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2018
Dangerous
This bike almost seriously injured me. I have had it for a little over a month. While riding one day, I went over some rail road tracks. I wasn't going very fast, maybe 7-8 MPH. As I went over them, the seat post bent back all the way down to the tire, effectively causing the bike to stop immediately. I'm not sure how, but I managed to not fall over or anything. At some point during the debacle, both of the pedals broke as well. I think it may have been because I was bracing myself. Really upset that I spent 400.00 on this thing. I should have just went to Walmart and got a cheapo for a 100 bucks, probably would have lasted longer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By R.E. Tired - Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2017
Perfect bike for serious rides for 60+ year old me!
If you love a coaster but want to ride some serious distance in a little more challenging conditions, this is the bike for you. My wife does road/trail rides of 25 miles with her eyes closed. I had a foot forward single speed coaster with a maximum range of about 5 miles with a gel seat and flat terrain. I bought a $500 sixteen speed hybrid thinking I could make the 25 miles - not even close. The lean forward posture killed my rear end and my front end, even with a cushy coaster seat and bike pants. The hybrid sat in the garage and I putzed around on the coaster. I did detailed research on multi-speed coasters and landed on the sixthreezero "In The Barrel" 3 speed. On my fourth ride we did 18 miles on combo road/trail - mostly flat but with some long gradual elevations, a few short, steep climbs and some wind. The upright posture, elongated frame, foot forward drive train, excellent 3 speed gear box and very supportive seat make this an amazing two wheeled machine. We will crack the 20 mile barrier on the next ride and get to 25+. So what about assembly and adjustments. Just pay very close attention to the instructions/pictures, use the right tools and you will be riding in less than a hour. The gear box will need adjustment but it is simple and has not needed additional attention. I only have two small suggestions for improvement - more substantial feeling handle bars and longer grips. The lower profile bars and shortish grips feel a bit undersized for the very beefy frame. If you want a versatile, extended range coaster, this is the bike.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By michael - Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2016
A good bike, BUT NOT IDEAL FOR GUYS 6'3"+
Not so great for Tall Guys. I bought this bike (based on reviews) thinking it would fit me well, I am 6'3" with a 34" pant inseam. I commute to work... 2-3 miles each way. The reality is this bike "as-is" was not big/tall enough for me... with the seat post maxed out my pedal cycle still left my legs significantly bent at the bottom of each pedaling revolution... ie... so my legs were always bent at the bottom of each stroke... when ideally you leg should have a just little bend at the bottom of each stroke. So I had to buy an XXL seat post... (which barely left me with enough room). So I don't know where all this "ideal for taller guys" comes in to play with this bike... if you are over 6'2"... it probably is not ideal... (but good luck finding an affordable cruiser for Tall GUYS...let me know if you find one!!) I also replaced the very handsome seat because it was just too soft and did not offer enough support. Otherwise the bike appears to be well made, fairly simple to assemble (videos are nice), and has been riding pretty well. It is geared very light (single speed).... so going up hills has not been too much of an issue, but the flip side is it's difficult to get any momentum/speed on this bike... I am constantly being passed by fellow commuters!! lol so if you are traveling over 5 miles... it's going to take awhile. The color is Traffic Cone Neon Orange... you wont be missed riding this... lots of people like it though. The other reason I bought this bike was it should be low maintenance and easy to fix... I deciding to exit bikes with gears and cable breaks... it seems I was spending $100 a year on maintaining those systems... so this is back to basics... just like my first new bike when I was a kid... a Shwinn.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dave - Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2018
4 Year Review - Good Bang for the Buck Cruiser
I've had this bike for 4 years now and feel like I know enough to give an informed review. Overall I enjoy this bike and most of the components are of high quality. I've loaded this bike down with kids in a handlebar mounted kid seat (iBert Safe-T), axle mounted 2 kid trailer (InStep Take 2), and a seat post mounted Wee Ride Co-Pilot and the bike never complained. With the three speed drive train and the tires, which can take much more pressure than traditional balloon cruiser tires, this bike has been great for urban riding around town, in parks, and cruising. Pros: 3 speed internal gearing works great and still has that minimalist cruiser style. Tires, rims, seat and grips all have worked well and have held up. I like that the tires can pressure up fairly high so you can ride faster than on traditional cruisers. Areas for improvement: The weak point for me on the bike were the pedals, These both broke for me within the first couple months of riding. Not an expensive fix, but i'm not sure why they couldn't spec a slightly higher component there. The brakes work, but that is all I can say about them. I live in a very flat town and wouldn't really want to test them in the hills (which isn't where you should be riding this bike anyway. The "sixthreezero" stickers on the rims are starting to discolor so I'll be taking them off soon. Ergo: I'm 5'11" with a pretty short inseam and a long torso. For me the seat and the stem end up about as high as they go. It was a bit of a stretch to reach the stock handlebars causing me to lean a little forward for this style bike and I couldn't get it setup where I was comfortable. I ended up swapping the stock handle bars for some longer "ape hanger" style bars which were able to get me comfortable and look pretty cool. Overall I think this is a great middle of the road cruiser for the money. The bike is more stylish and components are higher quality than department store bikes and it costs about half what similar big name bikes go for at a local bike shop. If you aren't comfortable assembling and making minor repairs and adjustments to a bike, I would either get a bike at a local bike shop, or make friends with the folks there and pay them to assemble it and set it up for you.