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Redline Bicycles: Celine Women's Comfort Bike (Light Green)

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Walmart has select Redline Bicycles on sale for prices noted below. Shipping is free or select free store pickup if stock permits. Thanks ubersanger

Available options:
  • Redline Celine Women's Comfort Bike (Light Green)
    • Sizes
      • 15 $162.33
      • 17 $162.33 Now-> $150.74
  • Redline Lisse Women's 700c Performance Hybrid Road Bike (White)
    • Sizes
      • 18 $191.27
      • 20 $191.75
  • Redline Zarah Women's Mountain Bike (Teal)
    • Sizes
      • 15 $240.32
      • 17 $240.32
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Redline Lisse Women's 700c Performance Hybrid Road Bike (White)
  • Sizes
    • 14 $191.27
Redline Alpine Unisex Comfort Bike (Dark Green)
  • Sizes
    • 15 $162.18
    • 17 $162.18
    • 19 $163.05
    • 21 $163.94
Redline Sutter Performance Unisex 700c Hybrid Road Bike (Silver)
  • Sizes
    • 18 $192.82
    • 20 $193.29
    • 22 $193.77
Redline Madrona Men's 700c Hybrid Bike (Black)
  • Size
    • 17 $156.94
    • 21 $158.21
Redline Zarah Women's Mountain Bike (Teal)
  • Sizes
    • 19 $240.72
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Walmart.com is clearing out all their Redline brand bikes. Redline, Diamondback, and Raleigh are all owned by the same company. The Redline bikes (entry level to lower middle) are all just Diamondback and Raleigh bikes with different paint jobs (except Redline seems to include the kickstand in some cases, unlike diamondback). Some great deals here. This covers multiple (but not all) sizes so you can get a bike that is the right size for you and not the usual one size fits all big box bike.You can check the Diamondback website for the detailed specs and sizing information.

Women's Zarah mountain bike (same as Diamondback Lux 1) $240
https://www.walmart.com/ip/27-5-R.../475315792
SR Suntour XCT 27.5, 80mm Travel Fork
SR Suntour XCT, 42/32/22T Cranks
Shimano Acera M360, 8 Speed Rear
Shimano Tourney TY500 Front
Shimano Altus EF-51 Easyfire, 3x8 Speed
Shimano HG-31, 8 Speed Cassette, 11-32T
Tektro Aries Mechanical Disc
More details and sizing info here:
https://www.diamondback.com/lux-1

Men's Sutter Performance Hybrid (same as Diamondback Insight 1) $193 (Size 18, 20, 22 Only) - OOS
https://www.walmart.com/ip/700c-R.../280966558
Shimano Altus 7 Speed Rear
Shimano Tourney TY510 Front
Shimano Tourney TY501 w/ Chainguard, 48/38/28T Crank
Shimano EF-51 Easyfire, 3x7 Speed shifter
Shimano TZ-21 7 Speed Freewheel, 14-28T Cogs
More details and sizing info here:
https://www.diamondback.com/sale-...sight-4677

Many more to choose from:
700c Redline Bikes Madrona Hybrid (same as Diamondback Edgewood [diamondback.com]) $156
https://www.walmart.com/ip/700c-R.../183831699 (Size 17, 21 Only) - OOS
700c Redline Bikes Women's Lisse Performance Hybrid (same as Diamondback Clarity 1 [diamondback.com]( $192
https://www.walmart.com/ip/700c-R.../915850465 (Size 14, 18, 20 Only) - 14 is OOS
Redline Bikes Celine Women's Comfort Bike (same as Diamondback Serene Classic [diamondback.com]) $163
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Redlin.../175339265
Redline Bikes Alpine Comfort Bike (same asDiamondback Wildwood [diamondback.com]) $163
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Redlin.../582943775

Many more. [walmart.com]

Oh, also note that the Schwinn Kempo is once again back on sale for $173 in case you missed it last time. Target sells the same bike in a different color as the Schwinn Circuit [target.com] for $299.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/700C-S...d/55376960
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You can find the detailed size info using the "size guide" tab under the pictures on the diamondback site.
Sutter is the same as Insight https://www.diamondback.com/insight-1
Lisse is the Clarity https://www.diamondback.com/clarity-1
Zarah is the Lux https://www.diamondback.com/lux-1
Madrona is the Edgewood https://www.diamondback.com/edgewood
Celine is the Serene Classic https://www.diamondback.com/serene-classic-26184
Alpine is the Wildwood https://www.diamondback.com/wildw...ssic-45434
Women's Madrona is the Vital 2 (and also the Costco Maravista) https://www.diamondback.com/sale-bikes/vital-2
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In case anyone wonders about where some of these bikes fall on the market, the Sutter and the Lisse are spec'd and equipped pretty much the same as the Trek FX1 and Cannondale Quick 8. Those are about $400 at a local bike store. These would be considered basic fitness bikes and some use them as commuters. Components should give you many good years with proper maintenance.

And yes, many local bike stores carry Diamondback and Redline bikes too, usually at around the same price you are seeing on the diamondback website. You won't ever see them in a physical walmart store, but the companies sell via many online retailers. You can check Amazon for reviews of many of equivalent diamondback models of these. It's possible this is a dropship deal with the redline parent company, but we'll see.
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Dang Redline and Diamond Back used to be the best bikes in the 80s. Now it's garbage.
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I'm definitely not seeing the same prices as you. Are these ymmv location prices?
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I'm definitely not seeing the same prices as you. Are these ymmv location prices?
Nope these are online only, not sold in stores. Still looks fine where I am at. The pricing is not available for all sizes, but most sizes. Some of the links default to the most expensive size. Change the size of the bike and you should see the different price. Also checked via a vpn to lose location and they still show up fine. I'm on desktop in case there is something different on mobile.
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Dang Redline and Diamond Back used to be the best bikes in the 80s. Now it's garbage.
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They're all low-end garbage. Not a single one qualifies to be called mid-tier
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Dang Redline and Diamond Back used to be the best bikes in the 80s. Now it's garbage.
Diamondback was far from the best, 80s was the era they got their diamond crack name for frames cracking
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In case anyone wonders about where some of these bikes fall on the market, the Sutter and the Lisse are spec'd and equipped pretty much the same as the Trek FX1 and Cannondale Quick 8. Those are about $400 at a local bike store. These would be considered basic fitness bikes and some use them as commuters. Components should give you many good years with proper maintenance.

And yes, many local bike stores carry Diamondback and Redline bikes too, usually at around the same price you are seeing on the diamondback website. You won't ever see them in a physical walmart store, but the companies sell via many online retailers. You can check Amazon for reviews of many of equivalent diamondback models of these. It's possible this is a dropship deal with the redline parent company, but we'll see.
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In case anyone wonders about where some of these bikes fall on the market, the Sutter and the Lisse are spec'd and equipped pretty much the same as the Trek FX1 and Cannondale Quick 8. Those are about $400 at a local bike store. These would be considered basic fitness bikes and some use them as commuters. Components should give you many good years with proper maintenance.
Those two aren't on sale in my size. What's your opinion on the Wildwood?
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Dang Redline and Diamond Back used to be the best bikes in the 80s. Now it's garbage.
Yeah, I remember Redline forks were great. Panda, Mongoose, Ashtrabula cranks, Tuff Wheels, etc. Those were the days for a kid and a customized bike.
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Those two aren't on sale in my size. What's your opinion on the Wildwood?
Depends on use. It's going to be bit heavier on the part of the front suspension. The derailleurs are slightly lower on the scale, but they should hold up even if they aren't quite as smooth. Considering the usual big box stuff you see at this price, it is a step up from that. It's considered to be a comfort bike so it's more for casual use.
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Does Sutter have alloy wheels?
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I'm assuming if you're looking for a decent Men's bike to ride ~3 miles to work, on moderately hilly roads, and not worry about leaving it sitting outside all day, these are good.

For that scenario, the Sutter Performance Hybrid over the Schwinn Kempo for better value, right?
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Thanks for posting. If 16" Sutter were on sale I would buy for my son. Been keeping eye on diamondback insight for him.
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