1. Jack September 23, 2009 3:32 pm 

    Nice Bikes,easy to get on and off if you have a Heavy Load on the Carrier due to the Step Through Design. Could do with a Hub Dynamo for Nightime. Why is it that a lot of Manufacturers do not Produce Bikes with Hub Dynamo’s.Do they not think you do not use a Bike at Night. It is mostly European Bikes that have these. Any time you go to use a Bike at Night the Lamp invariably Needs New Batteries due to it being Dim and ready to go out.

    It could also do with a Front Carrier for carrying Stuff or even a Basket,otherwise it is a good City Bike.

  2. Ghost Rider September 23, 2009 4:13 pm 

    What, no Bikecommuters.com “splash screen” to start the videos? I am APPALLED.

    That’s got to be the very first time I’ve heard a rear rack described as “laterally stiff”.

  3. Jack September 23, 2009 6:30 pm 

    I forgot to mention it needs a Chain Guard and also a Coat or Skirt Guard to keep the Mud from going on the Business Suit. It could also do with a decent Transport Style Kick Stand instead of the Flimsy one Leg Type on it. If you come out of the Supermarket and put your Shopping on the Carrier/s front and rear you need a Strong Stand to hold up the Bike from Wobbling over.

    I hope the Bikes are made of good Quality Steel and not Flimsy Material that Rusts to bits after awhile.

  4. Graham September 24, 2009 4:54 am 

    Jack, what flimsy materials would you make it out of that would rust? Al doesn’t rust and I don’t anyone that makes bikes out of iron. 🙂

  5. Elizabeth September 24, 2009 12:59 pm 

    Needs a Bikecommuters review….

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