Women’s Cruiser is a rejuvenated classic. We took a legendarily comfy bike and made it comfier by adding an ergonomic frame, unique pedal position and a dual-spring seat. It’s playful, sophisticated and true to its promise of effortless style and effortless rides.
- Easy-mount step-through frame
- 2” semi-slick cruiser tires for smooth, stable rides
- Splash protect front and rear fenders
- Ideal for casual to uptempo rides across multiple types of terrain
- Not intended for high-intensity exercise
|Weight Range||Up to 300lbs|
|Height Range||4'11" - 6'|
|Arm Length||Average, Long|
|Leg Length||Average, Long|
|Ride Frequency||Daily / Once a Week / Once a Month|
|Riding Surface||Paved Surfaces / Trails|
|Distance||10 - 20 Miles|
|Body Pain||Good for Riders with Back Pain|
|Frame||Frame Material: Steel Size: 17" Frame Style: Top Tube Dropout: 3/8” Threading Dropout Style: Stamped without Hanger Dropout Mounts Included: Rear Fender Mounts|
|Fork||Fork Material: Steel Fork Style: Standard Fork Drop Out: 3/8" Threading Axle (15mm Bolt) Mounts Included: Front Reflector Mount Front Fender Mount|
|Headset||Diameter: 22.2mm Material: Steel|
|Wheels||Rim Material: Alloy Size: 26" Spoke Count: 36 Spoke Thickness: 14G Hub Material: Alloy Attachment Type: Front - 3/8" Threading Axle (15mm Bolt) Rear - 3/8" Threading Axle (15mm Bolt)|
|Tires||Size: 26”x2.125” Tread: Bubble Tread Style: White Wall|
|Derailleurs||Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur TY300D 7 Speed|
|Shiftlevers||Shimano Index Revo Shifter 7 Speed|
|Chain||Size: 1/2″×1/8″ Links: 104|
|Cassette||Brand: Shimano, Teeth Count: 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, & 28|
|Crankset||Crank Material: Steel Crank Arm Length: 170mm or 6.7"in Teeth Count: 40|
|Bottom Bracket||Model: Steel Size: 68 x 118mm|
|Brakes||Front and Rear V-Brake|
|Weight||39.0 Lbs. Assembled|
or a cruise through the park.
keep you riding easy all day long.
- 7 Speeds
- Comfort Seat
- Comfort Tires
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
What is the difference between the beach cruiser and the evryjourney? I want to ride daily. Most often paved and some elevation. Want seven speeds and like the info/reviews for the evryjourney, but when I took your bike fit questionnaire it gave me the beach cruiser.
Big difference between the two is the material. The EVRYjourney is made out of Aluminum and the Cruiser is made out of Steel.
There is 4-6 difference in the weight because of this.
The EVRYjpourney wheels are thinner and smoother. The gears, seat, grips, are all the same model and make from Shimano.
I think the EVRYjourney would work for you just fine, it works well on trails and even better on smooth paved surfaces.