Mobility meets fun. The iNeed Street combines classic looks with modern functionality–the perfect way to hit the city streets in style. The fast-rolling 700c wheels and lightweight ALUXX aluminum frame gives this all-new bike confident, easy-to-maneuver handling when you’re zipping through crowded city streets. And the upright positioning offers heads-up visibility so you’re always in control. The classic styling is combined with up to date functionality, including smart integrated features such as a built-in cupholder, a chain guard to protect your clothes from dirt and grime, and a rear rack to carry cargo.
|Frame||ALUXX-grade aluminum, with integrated rear carrier and cup holder|
|Fork||High Tensile Chromoly Steel|
|Rims/Wheels||Giant Alloy, Double-wall|
|Spokes||Stainless Steel, 14g|
|Tires||Kenda Kwick Roller, 700x32, Puncture protection|
|Bottom Bracket||Threaded cartridge, Sealed|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Tourney|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano TZ31 14x34, 7-speed freewheel|
|Shifters||Shimano Revo, Twist|
|Handlebars||Alloy, Mid rise|
|Brake Levers||Alloy comfort|
|Brakes||Alloy, Linear pull|
|Pedals||Alloy, Anti-slip platform|
|Saddle||Riveted Retro-Classic Comfort, coil spring|
|Seat Post||Alloy, 30.9mm|
|Accessories & Extras||Chainguard, Kickstand, Bell, Integrated Rack with Straps and removable Pannier Bars, Integrated Cup Holder, Frame Mounted U-Lock Carrier|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Matte Green/Orange / Regular||04712878150300||70025135||GIA-70025135|
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This bike makes me look for reasons not to use my car. I've logged 1000+ miles since May 2017, starting with the 5 boro bike tour. This bike is a great ride. My only recommendation is to get a seat pad if you're going to do 42 miles in an afternoon. The saddle while stylish is not padded.
Before I ever bought a bike, I did some research and I decided what I did and didn't need. I wanted a commuter that could get me back and forth from work for a total of about seven miles per day. That meant that I didn't need 21 gears on my bike. However, there are always hills or slopes that create some "exercise challenges". I'm 58 years old and I'm not looking to do any 100 mile group rides. But a single speed wasn't going to work for me. So I knew it was going to be either a 3-speed or a 7-speed. The world of three speeds is quickly disappearing, so I started looking at 7-speed commuters. And then I saw it - the INeedStreet Momentum. Such a unique style; slim 700c tires; full aluminum one piece construction. And available for just over $400. I bought it about four months ago and the romance just keeps blossoming. This bike isn't for trail riding or road racing. It's designed to get you to and from your destinations reliably and with a little touch of style. The components are not top shelf. But they are from quality companies (Shimano gears/shifters; Kenda tire; etc.). If you're looking for a quality commuter that won't break the bank, but will get you some second glances, this is your kinda bike!
Ultra comfortable bike and looks great! I can't believe the great value, highly recommend!
This bike is easy to ride and makes commuting or just around town riding fun. This bike has the built in drink holder and rear rack for storing items. I would buy this bike again in a minute. It is safe and easy to control and maneuver around town.