Rated 3 out of 5Â by Candragrace Okay, but w/o more gears u r limited, no hills.
I like the look and everything but wish it had more gears, it's pretty much just for flat riding and I don't like that.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Bill k 80 TIRES
I Bought the mono triton pro cruiser 2 months ago and I like the way it handles. The only problem I have with it is the TIRES they are really lousy. I have 80 Miles on them and they are worn down to the cord which is really bad. I would like to get good tires. Does anyone know where you can get a good set of tires The front tire is like new but it is the 2 back ones. I Live just outside of Buffalo, N.Y.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Shipsheshopper Not sturdy enough to warrant price
After just 6 rides around the block, the screws that attach the fender covers came off. They do not come bolted underneath. The decals scratch off at the slightest bump. It is fun to ride but much too expensive for the quality.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Imac79 For my autistic son
I purchased this bike for my 9 yr old son that is autistic. After reading many reviews and stories of other handicapped adults and children being capable of riding this bike I decided to purchase it for Christmas. I work as a millwright and have been around equipment my whole life and would say this is a very well designed bike. Christmas morning my son was so happy to see it and wanted to bring it outside which we did and he was able to figure how to ride pretty quickly and was very happy as was I!! His older siblings rode their "normal" bikes with him up and down the street it was great. I would say that this is a great starting point for a child or adult with disabilities as my son could not ride a normal bike. I can see a future where a recumbent bike with gears could be a possibility which would be great as we enjoy being out and about. Also can extend the machine to grow with him which is great. I was able to use it as well so no worries there.