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26" Kent Men's or Women's Seachange Beach Cruiser Bicycle

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This thread got unnecessarily complicated. It's just a beach cruiser.

If you're tall get the silver one. If you're shorter, or just don't want to swing your leg over the frame, get the blue step-through one.

Mens or womens, who cares? Go to the store and pick up the one that you're most comfortable with regardless of what chromosomes you happen to have.

Brickseek silver: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=760256796
Brickseek blue: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=901976281

Edited to fix link, thanks SplendidApple
This is actually everyday price...
It was $68 before pandemic
Now I just need a beach house. Any Slickdeals for that? lol

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Now I just need a beach house. Any Slickdeals for that? lol
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Now I just need a beach house. Any Slickdeals for that? lol
Yes, Jamaican Beach Houston Texas good deal
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Nothing special here except the lack of a bloated price considering the bike market the last couple of years.
  • Frame: steel
  • Single speed
  • Coaster brake
In fact, I dare say you could actually do better in the used market (finally).

Good luck!
Jon
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Yes, Jamaican Beach Houston Texas good deal
I like Jamaica Beach, not too far from me (Clear Lake area).

I bought this bike for my teenage daughter a couple weeks ago and think it's really nice for the price. Easy to assemble and should be easy to maintain since it has no gear shifters, derailleurs, gear cables, or brake cables. Great for neighborhood riding, flat paved trails, and when you aren't in a rush to get anywhere. I wouldn't choose it if I had to go up any hills or deal with any traffic, it's not a very nimble bike. It's a cruiser and won't be a good fit for anything else.
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I'm ignorant on bikes. Is beach cruiser just a fancy name for cruiser bike? Or is it specifically for sandy trails?
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Look at the height charts and get the sized bike appropriate for your height. It makes all the difference in the world, including how much joy it is to ride, how much control you have, and how efficient your efforts result.

I can get to most places within a 5 mile radius using 95% residential streets. I achieved this by studying google maps.

Riding a bike is extremely dangerous. You are 4th priority to drivers since hitting you will not a fatality to a car driver.

Dispite crosswalks, intersections are the most dangerous place to be. about 1/3 of all bike accidents happen at intersections even though 95%ish riding is done away from intersections. Just because the 'walk' sign comes up doesn't mean the guy in the right lane isn't going to turn right in to you. Walk doesnt mean start walking instantly. Thats the exact timing you will get hit.

Here's how you cheat at intersections. Never be in a hurry, be in an anti-hurry (all the time in the world state of mind). Alwasy use the cross walk button, only go when 'walk'. Look many places before you start walking and learn to use hand signals like SWAT agents do to communicate with cars. Like point at the display showing it says walk and wait till they heed. But at same time thinking you have no plans to take your right of way unless satisfied.

A few tips.

Get this: I'm a serious rider, but ride a hybred bike, not a $$$$ roadbike. I'm also not in the street person with a bike class. Since I have 6 low cost bikes I can ride and park most places using a somewhat-chunky long U-Lock. Somehow I've never got my bike stolen yet. It's mostly because my bikes look completely 'common' grade, and a medium-large u-lock makes it not worth it. I have a long u-lock (15" I think) that lets me lock in almost every place.

My 'two-cents' I'll say, but all the info I said is really goood.
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Quote from The_Love_Spud :
Nothing special here except the lack of a bloated price considering the bike market the last couple of years.
  • Frame: steel
  • Single speed
  • Coaster brake
In fact, I dare say you could actually do better in the used market (finally).

Good luck!
Jon
Those are pluses, with the exception of the steel frame. It's just a cruiser, and that's a perfect configuration for cruising, where less moving parts means less breakage.
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I'm ignorant on bikes. Is beach cruiser just a fancy name for cruiser bike? Or is it specifically for sandy trails?
More like "cruiser bike" is a fancy name for "beach cruiser". When beach cruisers first hit the scene, there were no other types of cruisers. That said, this is just a beach cruiser.
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Look at the height charts and get the sized bike appropriate for your height. It makes all the difference in the world, including how much joy it is to ride, how much control you have, and how efficient your efforts result.

I can get to most places within a 5 mile radius using 95% residential streets. I achieved this by studying google maps.

Riding a bike is extremely dangerous. You are 4th priority to drivers since hitting you will not a fatality to a car driver.

Dispite crosswalks, intersections are the most dangerous place to be. about 1/3 of all bike accidents happen at intersections even though 95%ish riding is done away from intersections. Just because the 'walk' sign comes up doesn't mean the guy in the right lane isn't going to turn right in to you. Walk doesnt mean start walking instantly. Thats the exact timing you will get hit.

Here's how you cheat at intersections. Never be in a hurry, be in an anti-hurry (all the time in the world state of mind). Alwasy use the cross walk button, only go when 'walk'. Look many places before you start walking and learn to use hand signals like SWAT agents do to communicate with cars. Like point at the display showing it says walk and wait till they heed. But at same time thinking you have no plans to take your right of way unless satisfied.

A few tips.

Get this: I'm a serious rider, but ride a hybred bike, not a $$$$ roadbike. I'm also not in the street person with a bike class. Since I have 6 low cost bikes I can ride and park most places using a somewhat-chunky long U-Lock. Somehow I've never got my bike stolen yet. It's mostly because my bikes look completely 'common' grade, and a medium-large u-lock makes it not worth it. I have a long u-lock (15" I think) that lets me lock in almost every place.

My 'two-cents' I'll say, but all the info I said is really goood.
So based on this bike being 26" it should be for people 5' to 5'5" right?
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Good question, but you should have taken the baton, figured it out and posted that for others. That way it doesn't create dynamic 'smart' people don't become overworked servants.


You should have went to Kent's web site and hunted for the size chart they use for their bikes, then also posted it to give back.

Here it is:
https://kent.bike/pages/how-to-find-your-size


Don't mean to unload this all on you. I mean this has how I generally feel.
I did look up a sizing chart but I just wanted to verify with someone who seemed to know what they were talking about.

That's where I got the presumed height range from.
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This thread got unnecessarily complicated. It's just a beach cruiser.

If you're tall get the silver one. If you're shorter, or just don't want to swing your leg over the frame, get the blue step-through one.

Mens or womens, who cares? Go to the store and pick up the one that you're most comfortable with regardless of what chromosomes you happen to have.

Brickseek silver: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=760256796
Brickseek blue: https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=901976281

Edited to fix link, thanks SplendidApple
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