700c Columbia Streamliner Men's Bike

Walmart # 553180467

700c Columbia Streamliner Men's Bike

Walmart # 553180467
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The Columbia Streamliner lifestyle city bike features the simplicity of a single-speed with comfortable seat and grips, full wrap fenders and dress guard for added protection while riding. Established brand in 1877, Columbia delivers quality and durability. <br /> <br /> <br /> <b>Great news!</b> If you select Site to Store delivery, you can call your local store as complimentary assembly may be offered at that location.

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  • Single speed
  • Pedal backwards coaster brake
  • Hi tensile steel frame
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    Lightweight and fun!

    We were really impressed with the cool styling of the 700c Columbia Streamliner Men's Bicycle. It has thin, lightweight wheels, which made it easier to ride, and less weight to pedal around, which can be a real problem for a lot of beach cruiser style bicycles. There are generous fenders which is a must for any puddles or wet weather riding. You can see the additional wire frame around the rear wheel, which is sturdy and adds a cool, hipster touch. That extra strength is really handy, because it helps support a serious rear rack, which includes a spring loaded holder thing, which is great for book bags and the like. What is more difficult to see from the photos are the sleek, old-school pinstriping on fenders and frame, and the logo on the front of the bike. The seat is well cushioned vinyl, in a retro leather finish, as are the rubber hand grips. Further, the bicycle is comfortable and easy to ride, with smooth pedaling and, again, it's great to not have all the weight that goes with many full sized cruiser bikes. Unfortunately, our bike was missing a bolt for the front fender, which we replaced from a local hardware store; I assume (hope!) that's pretty rare. Assembly is straightforward -- see our video -- but requires several tools, including large hex-L wrenches. If you have the option to purchase it assembled, you might want to do that, unless you know people who enjoy assembling bikes, like we did.
    Unboxing, assembly and riding.
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    Great bike, Hard seat!

    It may be my lack of experience assembling bicycles, but this bike was far from simple. The instructions that came with it were very rudimentary and hard to understand. There was a great lack of detail that left me sort of handicapped in assembling it. Admittedly, it has been a few years since I put one together, but I still feel the directions left much to be desired. In the end I had to reference YouTube videos for further instructions when I was not clear. The existence of YouTube videos to clarify the instructions means the need exists for more than just myself. Aside from that, the bike is great, once you get it together correctly. The ride is smooth and easy and I haven't had any problems with peeling paint, rust, or anything else. No chain slips, wheel wobbles, or the like. I chain it up outside and it has been there in the same condition each time I go back to ride it. The position you ride in is comfortable as well, although it leads to my only complaint - the seat. The seat is hard, and I mean hard. Perhaps my office job has me used to a comfortable seat but man I feel like I am sitting on concrete. I will be getting a new seat for it soon, maybe they have one for us "older" folks to like our comfort. My husband also rode the bike and felt it was a little harder to ride and enjoyed the new challenge. As a bigger guy he said it reminded him just how out of shape he is. If you are a casual basket baller or backyard football player, this bike may give you a run for your money. For him, it reminded him that his office job has made him a little more soft than the realized and was a generous push toward getting back into more vigorous activity now that he is getting a little older. If you need a reminder of how awesome you were at 10 cruising the streets, this is definitely the bike to remind you!
    Fully assembledHard seat but great carry rack

    Sleek modern day nostalgia style!

    This bike reminds me of the old cruiser style bikes and great riding memories…! You will love it !!! The bike is visually appealing and has a sleek but modern day style to it with a touch of nostalgia. The 700c Columbia Streamliner Men's Bicycle came partially assembled. The directions are a bit of a challenge, so have your tools ready. It sports a rear wheel plastic protector cage to protect anything on the nice spring-loaded luggage rack from getting caught in the spokes of the classic 700 x 38C skinny tires. This bike has alloy rims with spokes which makes the wheels look like a modern day racer bike. It is a single speed which is easy to pedal and has great forward momentum on the pedal down-stroke. As for brakes it has the pedal backwards brake which stops on a dime with 9 cents change. The seat is a wide beautiful brown leather-like spring seat which is very comfortable. I rode a 10 mile run and it is the most comfortable riding and gliding bike I have ever ridden. The frame is a strong hi-tensile steel frame and should last a life time. The fenders are full length and has a nice spiral pin stripe. Having full length fenders helped keep the water to a minimum of splattering me while on my wet weather rides. The paint job is 1st class with a great touch of class displaying the name of the bike and tastefully painted company brand name. The handle bars are a little too short in my opinion and could have been a little larger but work well. The hand-grips are brown/tan to match the seat. It has spoke reflectors on each wheel and a front on handle bar and rear reflector but could of added one on the rear fender which I added myself. It is a men's bike with the bar from front of bike under handle bars to under the seat, if you are a man and ride this bike, I recommend putting a cushion across it (I DID) to keep you safe if you accidentally hit it between your legs! I rate this handsomely designed very functional cruiser bike 4.5 out of 5 . Would I recommend this great Columbia Streamliner bicycle? Yes indeed !!! Go get you one and make some riding memories!
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    Sturdy, classy Retro Cruiser!!

    I got this bicycle for my husband since he loves to ride his bicycle everywhere. His old bicycle constantly needed new parts, so it was time for something else! This is a cruiser, so it won't be something he can go up and down the mountains with given it just has the one speed. However, it is a fantastic leisure bicycle from a company who has been in business since the 1800s! Right out of the box, the bicycle was partially assembled, and it took him about a half hour from start to finish. I believe all he had was a couple of wrenches, and likely a screwdriver, if I know him! It has a fabulous retro look, and it not only LOOKS like a quality bicycle, it feels like a quality bicycle when you are riding it. It feels solid, not like it will fall apart at the next stop! My husband, being an engineer, is very aesthetically driven, so he is picky on details, like paint, the seat, etc. Not only that, he has been using a bicycle for many years. He actually liked the fact that it was grey, even though his old bicycle was red. He commented that the paint appeared that it would last for a very long time. He mentioned that breaking is comfortable, as it breaks with the pedals, not with the handlebars. He stated it is lighter to manage than many bicycles, the seat is comfortable even though it could be a little bigger. As an avid bicyclist, he felt the tires could be a little wider, but it's designed to be ridden on asphalt/cement, hence that's why it's a "cruiser". It's not really designed to be off-road. ;-) He did mention that riding slightly uphill is a lot more difficult without more gears. Overall, he did say that his new bicycle handles well, rides very smoothly, and handles like a dream. I will just say "ditto" on all that he said, and will just add that personally, I like that although it's a men's bicycle, the bar is low enough that even I can take it out for a spin!! I'll bet my parents would LOVE to have bicycles like this one to add to their exercise regimen, but they will have to get their own!!

    Great for cruising.

    This bike arrived partially assembled, the wheels, wheel well, handlebars and the seat were all that needed to be attached. You will need allen and crescent wrenches, a screwdriver, and 30 minutes to get it ride ready. This is a great bike for beginners and for those who just want to cruise, since it is only a single gear bike. If you want more than a leisurely ride, I would recommend a different bike. I got this bike for my husband and he almost absolutely loves it. Although this is a man’s bike, its smooth ride and lightweight makes it easy and a nice ride for a woman as well. But be cautious if you have a few extra pounds it can make turn a little more difficult to maneuver (according to my husband). The only real issues that my husband had with his new bike were cosmetic, the all gray paint job with a brown seat and handle grips, he feels that it would more masculine if they were black. He really liked the spring loaded carrier rack, it is sturdy enough that a child could ride, using it at a seat (would not recommend, but it is that sturdy). I would definitely recommend this bike to my friends and family.
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