Felt Verza City 2 Commuter Bike

Verza City 2

  • Frame: Felt Verza-City Design
  • Fork: Felt Alloy Unicrown Fork
  • Shimano 8-speed EF51 Shifer
  • Shimano Acera front derailleur

User Reviews (2)

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Ken   Recreational Rider [Sep 17, 2011]
Strength:

Versatility. Nerdy look. Reasonably good at absorbing impacts.

Weakness:

Heavy. Too soon to judge long-term durability

Very happy with this bike. I have 120 miles on it so far and no problems. I was fortunate to get a tremendous price.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Joshua Williams   Commuter [Aug 17, 2011]
Strength:

Smooth shifting; good tires and tubes, no flats at all - a major problem with my other bike; comfy seat; the sizing is very good for me, without any alterations. Looks very nice.

Weakness:

I've had quite a few minor and one major issue with the bike so far - the handlebars wouldn't properly grip in the head tube, causing me to crash (not hurt). The shop had to call the company when their first repair attempt didn't take. Other issues: the front fender bolt came out, a 10-second fix but annoying; the front wheel loosened on me, almost causing a crash. Probably my fault, but it never happened to me before. The handlebars seem more crowded than my other bike for my "jewelry." The rack is nice, but the is no rear horizontal bar to attach my light. No kickstand, so I'll have to add that. Except for the first issue, none of these are major, but the quality isn't quite what I expected for the money.

This certainly isn't a bad bike per se', but it is a $700 bike, and yet except for the tires I've had MORE problems with it than I had with my relatively cheapo box-store bicycle.

Similar Products Used: Schwinn Tourist road/commuter bike
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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