Modern cruiser with over twenty years of refinement built in to improve the ride experience. You’ll notice the difference with Electra’s patented Flat Foot Technology® combined with custom bend handlebars.
- Classic steel frame
- Shimano tx-35 7-speed w/megarange 14-34t gearing
- Shimano revo twist shifter
- Alloy rims
- Stainless steel spokes
- 26”x 2.125 ” classic knobby tires
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I'm 40 now have kids that I'm teaching to ride and have always had expensive mountain bikes so when I went to a local bike store to see about making my current bike more comfortable the sales guy showed me the cruisers and went the next day and bought one. I love the ride and my butt doesn't hurt after paying for it or riding it well worth the money.
If you're reading comments to decide on whether to buy this bike--do it! You won't regret it. I'm an actual person, not a bot. I love this bike. Try it out and you'll see how smooth it it.
This bike is VERY comfortable. After a regular mountain bike for 20yrs this cruiser style bike was just what I needed. Allows you to sit in a more natural position that doesn't hurt your back. 7 gears is just enough for almost any situation. Great style, get many compliments on flat black finish and black rims! Employees at West Michigan Bike & Fitness were great at helping me with this purchase, highly recommend them if you are looking!
The moment I hopped on this bike I felt comfortable, it is the most enjoyable ride I have ever had. I use this to commute to and from work about 10 miles round trip. and on weekends I use it to cruise the bike paths. I enjoy that I have gears so if I need to climb hills I can. The sales staff was wonderful they made sure my bike was setup for me and took their time to make sure everything was working right.
Purchased this 7D from Eric. Got to say the customer service was excellent and Eric was very knowledgable about the product which made the sale easier. The 7D is very comfort oriented which I wanted, easy to ride, and I can enjoy riding it at a leisurely pace. Like that it has gears and handbrakes. Good handling and just fun to ride.
I have a beautiful burgundy 7-speed Cruiser. The upright riding position makes it easy to ride for hours. I have a bike rack in the truck bed so we can take our rides to parks or concrete trails anywhere. I expect this baby to last many, many years and it sure looks like it will!
Having been an avid mountain biker for years I was skeptical of getting on anything that remotely resembled a "casual" bike. However, with a 2 1/2 year old son who is just learning to ride, I was looking for something I could jump on in flip flops to cruise the bike path with him rather than clip into. Much to my surprise, this is now my favorite bike in my garage. I've thrown some ape hangers on it and now ride this bike almost every day. I commute to work, hang with the family, and run to the food store with a trailer I have made from the frame of my son's tow along kiddie trailer. This bike is awesome. It is what it is - I'm not taking it off road or training with it, but for a bike that is just FUN to ride, you can't beat it.
So much for being honest in my reviews. Apparently my review of this bike was censored for saying that the crank isn't far enough forward to be a true flat footer like the Townie. Or maybe it was the bikes tendency to throw its chain when making the big step from first to second gear. This even though my overall review was positive and I love my bike. Just thought we were suppose to be honest. Oh well...
The last time I rode a bicycle was nearly 20 years and 50 pounds ago, and the Cruiser 7D is proving to be a good choice for returning to the world of human powered vehicles. This is a very low tech bike with a one piece crank and steel (I think) hubs, but that's exactly what some of us want. And while the crank isn't far enough forward to be a true flat footer like the Townie, the riding position is very comfortable with the WIDE handlebars and big (like mine) cushy seat. My only complaint is with the big gap between 1st and 2nd gears. Not only is it too big of a change while riding, but it's apparently almost too much for the derailer to handle as I've had the chain go slack and come off the crank a few times. Having said that, I already find myself enjoying rides of 10 to 15 miles at a time on the improved trails that follow the rivers and connect the parks around Ft. Wayne IN.[...]