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Electra Cruiser 7D (24-Inch)

Electra Cruiser 7D (24-Inch)

2015

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5.0 stars
 (5 Reviews)
$299.99
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2015 Electra Cruiser 7D (24-Inch)

Electra's Cruiser 7D is a stylish, great-riding cruiser. It features a classic frame, plush seat, wide bars, easy-rolling aluminum wheels and treaded tires that are equally at home on pavement and dirt. This cool cruiser has a smaller frame and wheels for a lower stand-over height to fit some adults and children, plus Electra's Flat Foot Technology so you can place both feet flat on the ground anytime you wish. You also get a 7-speed Shimano drivetrain for easy climbing and great brakes for speed control.

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    Specification Description
    Frame Electra steel
    Fork Electra steel
    Rims Aluminum
    Hubs Aluminum
    Spokes 14-gauge, stainless-steel
    Tires Classic Knobby, 24 x 2.125
    Crankset Steel
    Chainrings 44T
    Rear Derailleur Shimano Tourney
    Rear Cogs Shimano, 7-speed: 14-34
    Shifters Shimano Revo twist
    Handlebars Electra Bullhorn
    Tape/Grips Comfort Kraton
    Stem Aluminum
    Brake Levers Aluminum
    Brakes Linear-pull
    Pedals Deluxe block
    Saddle Electra Comfort w/elastomer springs
    Seat Post Steel

    * Subject to change without notice.

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    Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number
    00846635018900 111163
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    Pros

    • Durable  (4)
    • Lightweight  (2)
    • Versatile  (2)
    • Beautiful 
    • Comfortable 

    Cons

    • No fenders  (2)
    • Haven't found one yet 
    • None really 
    • Uncomfortable saddle 

    Best Uses

    • Commuting/city  (4)
    • Beach 
    • Bike trails 
    • Crusing the streets 
    • Family rides around town 

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    5.0

    Now I know why it's called a Cruiser....

    By TLCruiser

    from Reading, PA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Versatile
    • Lightweight
    • Durable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Commuting/City

      Comments:

      I have a road bike and a mountain bike besides my new cruiser. This cruiser is a real joy to ride. It's not a speed demon like I've read from another reviewer but that's not an issue at all. It just makes bike riding a pleasure.

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      5.0

      Great bike

      By Taliesen

      from Albuquerque NM

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • EASY TO RIDE
      • Durable

      Cons

      • None really

      Best Uses

      • Commuting/City

      Comments:

      Bought this in early August-hadn't been on a bike in 20 years plus-my doctor suggested bicycling because of certain foot issues that made running/speedwalking out of the question. I've been trying to lose weight-but the "exercise" portion was often either boring or hurt. Then I bought this bike. The bike is great for someone looking to start/get back into riding. It shifts smoothly, brakes well and handles nicely Great for riding the bike trails and streets around town! This is NOT a "speedster" by any means (I managed 22 MPH once-on a downhill-LOL) but is great for getting out, getting some exercise and enjoying it! I have had more fun on this-and clearly when they said "the best exercise is the one you'll do" they had THIS bike in mind. I've logged 145 miles on this bike in 4 weeks-and went from "Oh my god-4 miles from the store to home is going to kill me" to today's "Well, 16 mile round trip down and back up-not too bad" in that time. I've added a Garmin 200, a water bottle mount, an MP3 player and a bag to mine-and trust me-you'll want them once you get going. LOL At this point I ride-get home-and start thinking "where will I go tomorrow". I LOVE this bike! The only "con" I can think of (and it isn't much of one) is I can see this as an "entry level" bike in the sense that if you really enjoy it-I can see moving up at some point (I'm thinking perhaps next spring if I keep enjoying it this much).

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      5.0

      Better then expected...

      By SuperDork

      from Portland, Oregon

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Versatile
      • Durable
      • Beautiful

      Cons

      • No Fenders

      Best Uses

      • Commuting/City
      • Road Biking

      Comments:

      I want to start off by saying I haven't been on a bike in about 12 years. I have had children in the last 4 years though and they keep me moving. The reason I bought this bike was so that I could ride with my children and teach them to not only ride a bike, but about bike safety as well. So far this bike has been amazing. Just viewing the beauty of the bike is nice, but then when you sit on it and experience the Flat Foot technology you understand what makes this a great cruiser. The upright sitting position makes you feel very comfortable and safe. Again after 12 years of not riding, hoping on this was a perfect way to reintroduce myself to biking. The ride is smooth. I've put about 500 miles on this so far. I initially bought this to casually ride with my young daughters, but I've actually began commuting to work (5.5 miles one way). I even get up the two hills during my trip with ease. This bike has shown no signs of wear and tear. I have taken it back into my local bike store for my first tune up after a month, but that was really because they suggested that I did it. The bike hasn't needed any maintenance, besides a cleaning... or 4. The one downside to the purchase was that it doesn't come with fenders. This to me is just a money grab. They should put fenders on these bikes stocked, not as an option to purchase. It's not that big of a deal, but paying 40 bucks on top of the bike was slightly annoying. It's still worth it though. This might not be a problem for a rider in a dryer city; I live in Portland, Oregon, this city is wet 75% of the time. Overall it's a great buy. I plan to upgrade my 4 year old to a 20inch cruiser and my wife is currently waiting for hers to be delivered next week. Bottom Line: Fun times, smooth ride, extremely durable and looks amazing!

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      5.0

      Love this bike

      By Bug

      from Yorba Linda, CA

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Durable
      • Lightweight
      • Tons Of Accessories Avail
      • Cool looking

      Cons

      • Haven't found one yet

      Best Uses

      • Commuting/City
      • Beach
      • Bike trails

      Comments:

      It is smooth

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      5.0

      bought one for the wife, so I...

      By Fluffy

      from Placentia, CA

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Cool Looks
      • Personal Customization
      • Shimano Gears

      Cons

      • Uncomfortable saddle
      • No Fenders

      Best Uses

      • Family Rides Around Town
      • Crusing The Streets

      Comments:

      bought one for the wife...so I had to have one just as well to participate in family rides. Changing the saddle for a 'gel' one to do longer rides. We do evening rides and end up going into the night, so will get the classic bullet sytle light. Added fenders to keep the gutter water off. Kids say it looks 'sick!'

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