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REI Co-Op Members: Co-op Cycles DRT 1.1 Bike (Grey or Black) $509 & More + Free Store Pickup

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REI [rei.com] has for Co-Op Members: Co-op Cycles DRT 1.1 Bike (Ether or Pirate Black) for $508.99. Select free store or curbside pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is available for a fee.

Product features:
  • The SR Suntour suspension fork gives you 100mm of travel for a smooth ride and improved control
  • Shimano 3 x 7 drivetrain provides a wide range of gears for power uphill and speed down
  • Shimano Tourney rear derailleur delivers smooth and precise gear changes
  • Tektro hydraulic disc brakes deliver reliable stopping power on or off-road, regardless of weather conditions
  • Bicycle weight limit is 300 lbs. total, including rider + all gear carried on the bike and on the rider's body
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"Shimano Tourney rear derailleur delivers smooth and precise gear changes"

lol
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Actually a good deal if you compare this bike shop quality bike to top three brands models.
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decent bike but i would want nothing to do with a 3x7 drivetrain.
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Schwinn Axum DP is better than this in every way except the brakes.
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I bought the CTY 1.1 for $550 last year for regular price (and received 10% back from membership).
Damn inflation!
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I honestly feel insulted as an REI Co-op Member. Over $500 for a bike and it's equipped with Shimano Tourney? Lol. My Huffy Mojave Gulch bike that I got from Shopko for ~$89 when I was in grade school had a Shimano Tourney.
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Quote from FrozenBiker :
"Shimano Tourney rear derailleur delivers smooth and precise gear changes"

lol
Yep I read the reviews and seems in past it had a different groupset.
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Quote from FrozenBiker :
"Shimano Tourney rear derailleur delivers smooth and precise gear changes"

lol
Hey, there's worse out there...
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Quote from mannyi :
decent bike but i would want nothing to do with a 3x7 drivetrain.
I guess it's about personal preference and how much money you want to spend… nothing wrong with 3x7 on the urban bike or for touring. It's also great when pulling a trailer on hills.
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as a beginner it's a good climbing bike for me at this price range, though on road. Riding up to the elevation of 800 ft.
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Quote from akm2011 :
as a beginner it's a good climbing bike for me at this price range, though on road. Riding up to the elevation of 800 ft.
No, it's about 30lbs so the bike is heavy
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Have one and enjoy it quite a bit. Dig the wide handlebars and use it on trails and for general biking. Shifting doesn't seem too bad, but their bike tech was on the ball and I get free adjustments for a year. Definitely better bikes, but great for what I use it for. Everything local in my area was pretty high priced for XL bikes.
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Quote from George_P_Burdell :
Yep I read the reviews and seems in past it had a different groupset.
Yup, and there are $1000 bikes with Altus components now. That is the sad reality of our market these days.
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