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6 reviews | 4.3 out of 5
I rode this bike daily for over a year in all kinds of weather conditions. Very comfy, and adjustable for the taller rider (6'2"). After a couple of months, the crank needed tightening, but I put a lot of miles on this bike.
Bought one for my wife and one for myself. Very solid and nice looking. Good features. At least as nice as every $250 bike I looked at. Put together for free when it arrived in store. Smooth riding, shifting, breaking, etc. Seat very comfortable (though I prefer a little wider seat). Street and trail worthy. Very nice tires.
I have had a lot of bicycles in my life, from cheap to expensive. So when I tell you that this one has been my favorite, that's got to say something about the bike. It really lives up to its name: Comfort. It is one of the smoothest most comfortable bike I have ever had. If I ever lost this one, I think I would buy another one identical.
This bike rides comfortable and the gears are easy to work. My wife and I both have one from walmart and you can't beat the price. She got her's at the store and I purchased mine from web to store and they put it together as if I purchased it in the store. Love these bikes.
The Skyline is a decent bike. However, my understanding of a "comfort" bike is that your feet should be able to touch the ground flat while on the bike, and I can't on this bike (I'm about 5'11"). The seat feels real nice before you sit on it, when you discover that it's pretty uncomfortable. Long story short, it's a good bike if you just must have one with gears, but my wife has an old cheap-o Murray cruiser that I prefer over this brand new $150.00 bike. If you just want a bike to ride around the neighborhood, I would suggest you try out the Cruiser-type of bike first.