Fast is Fun. The Reach Your Destination is a smooth and fast hybrid bike built with comfort and performance in mind. Navigate your way through bustling city streets, shake-up your routine or escape down new paths to new places. With a light-weight Aluminum frame and adaptive 7-speed gears you’ll be an unstoppable mix of performance, practicality and fun.
- Hybrid tires designed for a fast effortless ride, with the comfort of a cruiser
- Click-on attachment points for easy customization
- Ideal for confident city and commuter riders in urban or suburban areas
- Not intended for heavy off-road usage
|Weight Range||Up to 300lbs|
|Height Range||5' - 6'2"|
|Leg Length||Average to Long|
|Primary Use||Recreation / Commuting / Exercise|
|Riding Surface||Paved Roads|
|Distance||10-25 Miles Miles|
|Riding Pace||Moderate to Fast|
|Frame||Frame Material:Aluminum Size: 18" Frame Style: Top Tube Dropout: 3/8” Threading Dropout Style: Forged Semi-Vertical Dropout Mounts Included: Rear Rack Mounts|
Fork Material: Steel, Fork Style: Standard Fork Drop Out, and Quick Release Mounts
|Headset||Diameter: 25.4mm Material: Steel|
|Wheels||Rim Material: Alloy Size: 700c x 35c Spoke Count: 36 Spoke Thickness: 14G Hub Material: Alloy Attachment Type: Front - Quick Release Rear - 3/8" Threading Axle (15mm Bolt)|
|Tires||Size (Standard): 700C x 35c Size (Inches): 28" x 1.50” Tread: Semi-Slick Road Style: Cream and Black (Based on Speed)|
|Derailleurs||Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur TY300D 7 Speed|
|Shift levers||Shimano Index Revo Shifter 7 Speed|
|Chain||Size: 1/2″×3/32″ Links: 118L|
|Cassette||Brand: Shimano Teeth Count: 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, & 28|
|Crankset||Crank Material: Aluminum Crank Arm Length: 170mm or 6.7"in Teeth Count: 44T|
|Brakes||Front and Rear V-Brake With 55MM Brake Pads|
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- E E
- F F
- G G
- I I
- J J
- K K
- L L
- M M
or a cruise down to the beach.
keep you riding easy all day long.
- 7 Speeds
- Lightweight Aluminum Frame
- Rear Rack
- Hybrid Comfort 700C Road Tires
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
does the Reach Your Destination have any off-pavement capabilities, like if wanting to take a shortcut through grass or gravel, how well will the tires hold up? Also, I can't decide between the Every Journey or the Reach Your Destination. Which one would be more recommended if I plan to mostly ride around campus and commuting, but I still want it to have some off-road capabilities in case I need to hop off the pavement here and there.
The reach your destination is intended to be more of a road/comfort bicycle. The tires have tread, but not like a mountain bike or a cruiser.
I would not recommend it for off-road riding.
Can I get these black Matt fenders for this bike
We do not have them available for individual sale, they are only included on new reach Your Destination bikes.
How much does the bike weigh?
Fully assembled, the Reach Your Destination will weigh 34 lbs.
Whats the differences between the men's Explore Your Range and Firmstrong's ANYjourney? Which one is lighter? Which one is faster? Which one is more comfortable?
They are two vastly different bikes. The Anyjourney from Firmstrong is a hybrid of a beach cruiser and a comfort bike.
It has a pedal forward design, which means the rider sits up straighter, and the pedals are out in front of the rider. it is a slow and easy-going kind of bike.
The Explore Your Range bike is much more performance-based. We consider it a sportier commuter bike. The sitting position is directly over the pedals and the rider leans forward. The wheels are larger in diameter (700c) and the tires are thinner, reducing rolling resistance and increasing the speed of the bike.
Explore Your Range is going to be much lighter and much faster than the Firmstrong ANYjourney.
The ANYjourney overall serves a different purpose, and I think it would be more comfortable.
It really all depends on what you are looking for.