Always room for another sweet bike...do it.If I had room for another bike, I would order that bike for $176. You can't get a cruiser like that that is American made or high quality for anywhere near that price. Especially with the Shimano 3 speed with coaster hub.
I rode a Diamondback Edge in ND regularly, same kind of quality, Pacific made, but it held up well for all the riding I did with it. Still won't give up my American made Hawthorne though.
I have no room and bikes aren't allowed to be on the premises where I live. But I just tried anyway at $159, in Hawaii:Always room for another sweet bike...do it.
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Bummer on two counts. What’s up with no bicycles allowed? Guess I understand the shipping issue.I have no room and bikes aren't allowed to be on the premises where I live. But I just tried anyway at $159, in Hawaii:
"Sorry, this item can't be shipped to your selected address. You may either change the shipping address or delete the item from your order."
In your climate I wouldn’t want to leave a bike outside but you would think a bike rack could be provided...or storage lockers.I had kept the wife's and my bike under a stairwell out of sight. But others were propping the exit only doors open so they could get easy access with their "support dogs" and it became a security issue. They were ticked that they had to use the front door only and complained about our two bikes under the stairwell. Just out of spite, so the manager had to ban bikes. We keep them next to our bed, the only spot possible now. Only 420 sq ft of condo. Can't even keep them locked up outside. I like my bike in my room anyway.
I’m not sure which one I have, I’ll have to measure on Thursday.Just looked again for fun, they now have a 19.5" frame offering.