"What size tires? And is the decals painted or a sticker?"
ITEM#: 13674010This Oma bicycle from Hollandia offers the authentic Amsterdam experience for those who think the journey is half the fun. This bicycle features a Hi-Ten TIG frame, rear dutch style racks and a dress guard.
- Brand: Hollandia
- Type: Road
- Frame: Hi-Ten TIG
- Brown vinyl grips and saddle
- Front caliper and rear coaster brakes
- Double leg integrated kickstand
- Wheels: 28 inches
- Rear dutch style racks
- Front and rear fenders
- Inclosed chain guard
- Dress guard
- Bicycle bell
- Dimensions: 34 inches high x 9 inches and wide x 57 inches long
Ships 90-percent assembled
|Warranty||90 day Distributor|
|Country of Origin||China|
Many problems with the quality.Read More
We were looking for an inexpensive cruiser for my daughter to ride to school and she fell in love with this bike. Unfortunately the bike arrived with a bent and twisted back rim rim. Replacement cost: *** at the local bike shop, so we returned the bike. Overstock was great, but the bike was awful. The materials that the bike is made out of are cheap and much flimsier than they appear in photos. You get what you pay for. I would not purchase a bike from this manufacturer again. Save your money a little longer and go for a slightly more expensive bikes.Read More
This is about the cheapest Dutch bike you can get - and there's a reason: it's cheaply made. Mine came with the brakes broken, and the brake pads don't even line up with the tire. The assembly manual is for a generic bike, not this one, so it's very hard to understand, or not usable at all. The rear reflector doesn't attach. The tire bead popped out of the wheel rim. I'm taking this to a professional bike shop and paying a pretty penny to have them fix all the problems with it.Read More
really nice almost a Dutch gazelle or flying dutchman or any other Sparta :)Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello, crazebikeman. The tires are 28 inches, and the logo is not a decal; it is painted directly on the frame. Thank you for shopping with us!
"What is the weight of the bike?"
Hi pesr1234! The weight is 48 pounds. Have a great day!
"what is the frame size of this bike?"
The frame is 18 inches.
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