Enjoy relaxed vibes every time you hop on Giant's Simple Three. A lightweight aluminum frame makes riding a breeze while preventing corrosion, and the steel fork steers you true. All the gears are enclosed so maintenance is minimal, and you can shift whil
|Frame||Giant ALUXX aluminum|
|Hubs||Front: aluminum; Rear: Shimano Nexus 3-speed internal|
|Tires||CST Cruiser, 26 x 2.125|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano 22T|
|Shifters||Shimano Revo twist|
|Brakes||Rear: Shimano Coaster Brake|
|Saddle||Giant Comfort Cruiser, supersoft|
|Accessories & Extras||Rear carrier, fenders, kickstand|
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This bike is light compared to other cruisers. the shifting works great. The bike looks amazing and gets compliments all the time. I put long rides on it at slow speed riding along with my wife when she runs training for marathons. The only con of this bike is the pretty paint scheme scratches easy if you have to put it in and out of vehicles. The kickstand is a bit unstable and can be tipped over easily but that's not really a big deal.
I really like my simple three. (I didn't give it a five-star rating because it isn't perfect. Then again nothing is.) I get compliments on it all the time because it is a cool looking cruiser. Three speeds in Fort Lauderdale is all you need. I bought the bike for exercise and for simple cruises to the beach and around town. I rarely drive anymore. It is a relatively heavy bike and riding for 10 to 20 miles will give you a good workout in third gear (especially on the 17th St Causeway) plus it's got the coaster brake, a big plus. Having fenders on puddly streets is another positive. If you are a little older, like me, you might want to opt for a cushiony seat upgrade. I've ridden the bike hard over the last 7 or so months and the only downside is it seems to be attracting some minor rust on the fender supports, so make sure you keep it clean and wax it.