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Please note: If you select Site to Store delivery, your bike(s) will not be assembled upon pickup.
26" Hollandia Rathburn Tandem Bicycle:
- Front and rear fenders
- Front light
- Steel cruiser frame
- Steel fork
- 18-speed Shimano drivetrain with 3-piece crank
- Front and rear V-brake
- Alloy quill stem
- 26" x 2.125" beach cruiser whitewall tires
- Aluminum rims
- Steel cruiser handlebar
- Comfort saddle
- Aluminum quick-release seat post clamp
- Nylon platform pedals
- Weight: 53 lbs
- Assembly required
- Dimensions: 94"L x 26.25"W x 40"H
|Manufacturer Part Number|
Cycle Force Group
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
94.00 x 26.25 x 40.00 Inches
Customer reviews & ratings
Good bike for the money
All the negative reviews that I read about this tandem were true. However, they were all very simple fixes. I think it is a good bike for the money.
There were no instructions for assembly
Not worth the price
The fender braces are flimsy beyond belief. I have to remove fenders to use the bike. Bike was missing the front seat-post binding bracket, had to use a bolt to secure seat. The chain tensioner between sprockets was flimsy and incorrectly welded to the bike, bent out of alignment. The gear sprockets rear wheel are very weak, not machined, just 'cookie-cutter' steel. therefore, the chain jumps gears too frequently. This manufacturer takes a pretty paint job and markets a sub-quality product. I paid about $380 for a $200 bike. Cannot recommend you purchase this product.
Bike came damaged
The front fork was bent and I couldn't attach the front wheel. When I called BikeAid, the people who offer support on these bicycles, the person I talked to says it happens quite frequently. The fork punches through the bottom of the box during shipping from China and that's why they get bent. BikeAid is sending me a new fork, but, until it arrives, I'm sitting here looking at an unrideable bicycle instead of out riding it. Also, the idler sprocket for the front chain is poorly attached to the frame and the attachment bends causing the chain to lose tension and jump off. This happens with the bicycle sitting upside-down with me turning the pedals by hand. I can just imagine what will happen once I try and actually ride it.
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