About Evo Park Lane 8-Speed Step-Thru Bike
Closeouts. The frame of Evo's Park Lane 8-speed step-thru bike rests lower to the ground, so when you have to stop, your feet rest firmly on the ground -- not on tippy-toes. The result is a sturdy, comfortable and confident cruise around your favorite places.
Specs about Evo Park Lane 8-Speed Step-Thru Bike
- Dimensions: Size: 16' step thru
- Frame: Custom drawn T6-aluminum; Fork: Hi-tensile steel; Wheelset: 27.5”x2.125 comfort wheelset, 3/8x100 front, 3/8x135 rear; Tires: EVO comfort 27.5”x2.125; Shifters: Shimano twist, 8-speed; Rear derailer: Shimano TX35; Crankset: Alloy, 42T, 170mm; Cassette/freewheel: 13-28T freewheel; Chain: KMC Z50, 8-speed; Saddle: EVO comfort comp; Seat post: EVO 27.2x400mm; Handlebar: EVO comfort, 25.4, 670mm; Grip/tape: EVO soft rubber 135/85mm; Stem: EVO quill; Headset: Threaded; Brake levers: 3-finger; Brakes: Mechanical disc
- Made in China
- Must ship truck within the 48 contiguous US only; not eligible for special shipping offers
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
No assembly instructionsVerified Buyer Reviewed by outontheweekends from socal on Saturday, June 9, 2018This bike was delivered with the handlebars, pedals, and seat removed so it would fit in the box. There was an owner's manual but no instructions for assembly. I emailed EVO to get a copy and they said they don't give instructions, because assembly is included in the price. I had to have someone assemble it for me. The pedals and the seat I could figure out, but the gear shift tubes were beyond me. It looks really nice though.
smooth rideReviewed by Marie from Wheaton, Illinois on Tuesday, May 29, 2018I just received this bike and after some assembly and an unexpected shipping snafu I LOVE IT! The bike rides smooth and looks great. it was shipped UPS Freight which required me to set up delivery date in which I had to be home to accept delivery. I called to see why and they said it was curb drop off (?) asked if I could pick it up and out of curiosity asked the weight. They said 120 pounds!? any way I did pick it up and it was NOT 120 lbs, so, just a weird delivery mode. I love the bike!
Question & Answer
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“Does this come fully assembled?”
Some assembly is required.
I just got this bike and it does need some assembly, but there were no assembly instructions included. My husband figured it out, but he has had some experience with bikes before.
The bike needs to be assembled, and preferably with the proper tools that a bike shop would have. Depending where you live and what shop you go to this should cost 50-100. I paid around 70 in a metro area. This is a nice bike and a good deal happy I purchased it.