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Cruiser bikes are cool.
They’ve been around for close to a hundred years and will always have a place in cycling. Built very much with comfort and looks in mind, they continue to be popular. These lovable and charming bikes now come in a few different options though generally stray very little from the original design.
The best cruiser bikes, or beach cruisers as they’re also known, are as much fun as they ever were. And we’ve certainly had fun looking at and reviewing these bikes.
So, let’s take a look at the first bike on our list as we start our journey to find the perfect cruiser fr you…
- Top 10 Best Cruiser Bikes In 2020 Reviews
- 1 Sixthreezero Evryjourney Women’s Hybrid Alloy Beach Cruiser Bicycle
- 2 Firmstrong Urban Lady Beach Cruiser Bicycle
- 3 Sixthreezero Around The Block Women’s Cruiser Bike
- 4 Firmstrong Bruiser Man Seven Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle
- 5 Schwinn Discover Hybrid Bike For Men And Women
- 6 Huffy 26inch Nel Lusso Women’s Cruiser Bike
- 7 Schwinn Perla Women’s Cruiser Bicycle
- 8 Margaritaville Coast Is Clear Women’s Beach Cruiser Bike
- 9 Sixthreezero Evryjourney Men’s Hybrid Alloy Beach Cruiser Bicycle
- 10 Firmstrong Urban Man Single Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle
- Best Cruiser Bike Buyers Guide
- So, What Are The Best Cruiser Bikes?
Top 10 Best Cruiser Bikes In 2020 Reviews
1 Sixthreezero Evryjourney Women’s Hybrid Alloy Beach Cruiser Bicycle
First up from sixthreezero is the EVRYjourney Women’s bike. This is their modern twist on a cruiser bike. Whilst not strictly adhering to the classic cruiser or beach cruiser design, it still has all the main components to comfortably fit into the bike cruiser category.
Comfort is the name of the game for all the best cruiser bikes, and the EVRYjourney Women’s bike has all the bases covered on that score.
The step-through all-aluminum frame, forward pedal design and set back seat, combined with the high swept-back handlebars, all make for an easy and comfortable riding position. The bike’s ergonomics allow the rider to stay in an upright position. What’s more, the forward placed pedals allow the rider to fully place their feet flat on the ground when the bike is stationary.
Finally, the wide 2″ tires will easily soak up any vibration and make for some laid back and smooth rides.
All good stuff…
As far as aesthetics are concerned, we love the whitewall tires, the all matching fenders, chain guard, plus the contrasting color of the wheel’s inner rim. Also, we’re giving this bike full marks for routing the gear cables through the internal tubing. It really helps to clean up the lines of the bike.
Unfortunately, the brake cables are externally routed, but you can’t have everything!
Speaking of not being able to have everything. We find it a little confusing that they have a quick-release front wheel but a standard nut and bolt design at the rear. Most cruiser bikes don’t have a quick release on either. However, since most punctures and wheel issues are generally on the rear wheel, we think the quick release skewer should be on the rear. Or preferably on both.
Since this is a hybrid cruiser bike, there are a few things on it that you’d not typically expect to find on a beach cruiser. These include the bike rack, the 7-speed derailleur gears, and the bike stand. All useful additions never the less. The gears being particularly useful if you live in an area with more challenging terrain.
The inclusion of gears does very much make this visually appear as more of a hybrid than a cruiser. However, if you want more of the cruiser looks, you can always opt for either the 3 speed or single speed options, which will take that derailleur off the back of the bike.
Choices all round…
If you do go for a single-speed version, it’s worth noting that you’ll only get a front brake and a rear coaster brake. Take a look at our buyer’s guide if you want to find out more about coaster brakes.
This is a well-built bike with a good choice of gear options, there’s even an e-bike, and a good choice of colors. Like all cruiser bikes, at 38 lbs, this is no lightweight, but it’s certainly comfortable.
We like it enough to declare it the best ladies beach cruiser.
- Good choice of gear options and colors.
- Excellent saddle.
- Internal gear cable routing.
- It’s expensive.
2 Firmstrong Urban Lady Beach Cruiser Bicycle
This is an absolutely classic looking beach cruiser. It has the looks of a bike straight out of ’30s and ’40s America. We can picture ourselves riding down Huntington Beach right now. We love it!
This is another cruiser aimed at women. However, the gently sloping top tube makes it more than suitable for men as well. It doesn’t look overly styled towards women. Also, typical for most cruisers, the bike geometry will easily accommodate anyone between 5 to 6 feet tall.
The Firmstrong Urban Lady Beach Cruiser Bicycle is made from steel with all aluminum wheels. The choice of a steel frame makes it potentially stronger than an aluminum frame and also makes it far easier to repair if the occasion demands.
The steel frame does have weight implications and pushes the bike over the 40 lbs mark, as a result, 42 lbs to be precise. On a city or a road bike, this would probably be of more consequence, but since cruisers are more about comfort than speed, the extra few pounds aren’t likely to make much difference.
Set back saddle…
The Firmstrong Urban Lady Beach Cruiser Bicycle has a set back saddle and forward-positioned pedals to keep you in an upright position and allow you to get your feet flat on the ground when you’re not moving.
The bike has an excellent sprung saddle and some beautifully high swept-back handlebars for your further comfort.
The bike we’re looking at here is a 3-speed variant, which is fine for use in less hilly areas. The cool thing is that the 3-speed hub gear has no rear derailleur to spoil it’s killer looks. It’s a bit of a shame they routed the gear cable, which is the only cable on the bike, externally. An internal mount would have made this bike super cool.
That’s an opportunity lost guys…
What might not be super-cool for some of you is the fact that the only brake is a coaster brake. If you’re not confident riding without a traditional front or rear brake, you should give this a miss.
Finally, when it comes to the choice of colors, Firmstrong has it nailed. There are some excellent choices. Also, if you fancy some fenders and a bell, you can get these too, in matching colors, by separate purchase.
All in all, this is a strong and cool looking bike that looks every inch a beach cruiser.
- Excellent choice of colors.
- Comfortable saddle.
- Strong steel frame.
- Killer looks.
- Fenders must be purchased separately.
- It’s a little heavier than an aluminum-framed cruiser.
3 Sixthreezero Around The Block Women’s Cruiser Bike
Here’s our second bike from sixthreezero, and this one is looking much more like a beach cruiser than the EVRYjourney Women’s bike we looked at earlier. The Around the Block Women’s Cruiser Bike has more curved frame contours and wider handlebars and a less cluttered look without the addition of cables and gears.
The Around the Block Women’s Cruiser Bike is the first bike we’ve featured with a single gear. This makes it most suitable for flat terrain cycling. If you’ve any hills in your area, you might struggle otherwise.
With the single gear also comes the coaster brake. The same cautions with a coaster brake come every time. Make sure you’re confident to use one before you even thinking of buying this bike.
The Around the Block Women’s Cruiser Bike has the typical wide, well sprung, pushed back, padded saddle and forward-positioned pedals that we’d expect to see on a bike of this kind. All great for a relaxing and comfortable ride.
The wide high handlebars and all the other components are made from a black coated alloy. It gives the bike a retro feel yet with a modern twist. It has a rear rack but no fenders. You can buy the bike with fenders and rack, but not with fenders only.
We’re inclined to think they’ve got that the wrong way round…
Although the bike is marketed for women, we see no problem with guys getting one of these. The styling and lines of the bike make it gender-neutral enough for anyone to ride. Also, there are two size options available. One with 24″ wheels and one with 26″ wheels. These two sizes makes them suitable for anyone between 4’2″ and 6’5″. We reckon that should cover just about everyone.
The Around the Block Women’s Cruiser Bike has a steel frame but yet comes in weighing only 34lbs. That’s a really, really good weight for a hard-wearing steel-framed cruiser bike. It’s definitely one of the best beach cruiser bikes as far as weight is concerned.
If you do opt for the geared options, you will have to pay for it with a little more weight.
- Classic stylish design.
- Strong steel frame.
- It’s light for a cruiser.
- Good choice of colors.
- All models have a rear rack.
4 Firmstrong Bruiser Man Seven Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle
The is a stealthy looking, all black cruiser. It’s got more testosterone than a bodybuilder’s locker. The styling is definitely geared towards men. This has got to be the best mens beach cruiser.
Other than the touch of white on the Firmstrong logos and decal, it’s black, black, black all the way. Although the logos on the chain guard and on the cross tube would look better in a shade of gray or contrasting black. Also, sorry to say, but the decal coming out of the logo on the top tube looks a bit cheesy.
We generally like the styling, but there are a few things really bugging us. The supplied reflectors on the front and rear of the bike, the two on each wheel, and the bike stand, we hate them.
If the reflectors (junk) are a legal requirement where you live then, you’ll have to keep them. If not, for goodness sake, take them off. They’ll do nothing for your safety in the daytime, and they’re close to useless at night. If you have to ride around after dark you should have some decent LED lights. If you don’t, then quite honestly, you’re mental.
One last thing, the bike stand, no. Throw it in the trash with the reflectors. This garbage belongs on a kid’s first bike. You’re an adult. You’ve bought a tough, manly bike. Lean it against a wall or throw it on the ground.
OK, we feel better now, let’s move on…
Having established a lot of love for the styling, we also love the strong steel frame, the classic frame’s lines. Its geometry, the excellent sprung seat, and simple single gear set up. This bike has all the positives of an easy to ride, comfortable, and sturdy beach cruiser.
Being an all-steel frame, it is, of course, heavy. At 43 lbs, it’s even heavier than the Firmstrong Urban Lady Beach Cruiser we reviewed earlier. Another couple of small differences between the Bruiser and the Lady BeachCruiser is that the Bruiser has a slightly raised top tube towards the seat tube.
Additionally, the Bruiser has slightly wider tires. 2.125″ against 2″. This doesn’t seem like a lot, but it’s enough to give a slightly more cushioned ride.
In common with most cruiser bikes, the Bruiser comes in some different color and gear options. But for us, it’s single gear and black all the way on this one. As ever, if you go for the single-speed variant, be reminded that it will have a coaster brake. Please make sure you’re completely cool with this.
- Strong steel frame.
- Extra-wide 2.125″ tires.
- Classic cruiser styling and geometry.
- Stealth like paint job.
- Good quality sprung saddle.
- It’s heavy.
- Logos and decal could be better.
5 Schwinn Discover Hybrid Bike For Men And Women
It great to see a bike by Schwinn on our list. Schwinn was the inventor of the cruiser back in the 1930s. In 1933, at the height of the great depression, they introduced their first affordable, sturdy bike on the market. One year later, with a redesign, the cruiser bike was born.
The cruiser was built to mirror motorcycles’ designs of the time. Indeed, some of the earlier cruisers even had a fake gas tank. Built as comfortable and cost-conscious alternatives to motorized transport, they instantly became a hit.
So what about the Schwinn bike we’re reviewing today?
Well, the Schwinn Discover Hybrid Bike is not really a cruiser and, in fact, looks more like a city bike for women. For a cruiser, there are too many gears, the pedals are not sufficiently forward, and the handlebars are neither wide enough or reach far back enough. Also, the down tube and seat stays are completely straight.
What we have here folks is a hybrid city bike…
The fact is though that although this isn’t a cruiser, it most certainly is built for comfort. What sets it apart from any of the other bikes we’ve reviewed is that it has front fork suspension and also built-in suspension on the seat tube. What’s more, together with the superb sprung and padded saddle, this has to make it one of the most comfortable bikes on our list.
At 38 lbs, despite having an aluminum frame, the Schwinn Discover Hybrid Bike isn’t light. Luckily though, for those living in hilly areas, it’s got 21 gears. The gears, cranks, and derailleur are all reasonable quality with a nice SRAM twist gear included in the system.
Superb for the price…
Overall, considering the price, the bike has some good quality components. It even has a decent adjustable handlebar stem, which is just about unheard of for city bikes at this price point.
This bike makes a lot of sense for anyone wanting a more laid-back city bike, with some good-quality gears and brakes, with fenders and a rack, and with tons of comfort.
- Front fork suspension.
- Adjustable front stem.
- Very comfortable.
- Good value.
- Good components for the price.
- Two sizes of frames available.
- No color choices.
6 Huffy 26inch Nel Lusso Women’s Cruiser Bike
The Huffy is definitely a women’s bike. The colors and the basket alone set apart as being for the fairer sex.
The Huffy has a lot of elements that place it into the category of a cruiser though a couple of things in its design make it feel more of a homage to a cruiser. Firstly, the seat tube is not angled back as far back as a traditional beach cruiser. And secondly, the handlebars don’t reach back far enough.
Other than that, it’s a cruiser at heart…
We really love the beautifully integrated rear bike rack. It looks superb and is the best we’ve seen on any cruiser. Other things we really love about this bike are extra wide tires. At 2.35″ wide, they provide some serious comfort and look cool into the bargain, as does the well-padded stubby sprung saddle.
Finally, we like the well thought out color co-ordination between the saddle, bar grips, wheel, and tires. Those butterscotch rims and cream tires look great. In fact, all seven colors are equally well co-ordinated and add very much to this bike’s aesthetic appeal.
Something that we’re not so keen on is the front basket, the cup holder, and the smartphone slot. They just clutter up and ruin the bike’s lines. All of these are removable, and personally, we’d get rid of the lot, certainly the cup holder and the smartphone slot. Both of these are a step too far for us.
Excellent value for money…
Keeping in tune with its roots, this bike is very affordable, has all solid steel frame, and a single gear with a coaster brake. It’s another bike for flat areas, and you know the drill by now about exercising caution with that coaster brake.
One thing to note on this bike is that despite its strong steel frame, it does give a weight limit on the bike of just 200 lbs. Admittedly, for most women, this will be fine, but the weight limit does seem to be on the low and cautious side for such a sturdy bike.
- Very affordable.
- Nicely integrated rear fender and rack.
- Excellent color co-ordination.
- Good choice of colors.
- The maximum recommended weight limit is low.
- The cupholder and smartphone slot.
7 Schwinn Perla Women’s Cruiser Bicycle
It’s really hard to argue with the inventors of the cruiser bike on a technical issue… but here goes!
The seat is too high, and the pedals are not forward enough. You can clearly see this from the illustrated picture with the lady standing over the bike. A cruiser should allow you to be seated and have your feet fully flat on the floor. On the Schwinn Perla, this is clearly not possible.
We could also argue against the use of a seven-speed derailleur but, if you live in a hilly area, we can let that slip. If you live somewhere relatively flat, the law states you can only purchase and use a 3-speed or a single speed cruiser. Well, it doesn’t really, but you get the point.
And that’s a fact!
There’s plenty of good stuff on this bike. In our experience, Schwinn bikes have good quality components across all their ranges and price points. The Schwinn Perla Women’s Cruiser Bicycle is no exception to this. There are some good Shimano gears and associated components on this little bike.
The Schwinn Perla has a step-through steel-frame. It got a nicely integrated rear rack and well-designed fenders and chain guard. It’s also got a nice pair of swept-back handlebars.
The big plus for a lot of cyclists is that the Schwinn Perla has brakes both front and rear. A definite safety feature. It’s just a shame they didn’t take more care with the routing of the brake, and gear, cables. Frankly, it all looks a bit of an afterthought and makes the bike look a bit untidy.
On the plus side, it’s nice to see the bike not cluttered up with unwanted and useless accessories such as reflectors, stands, baskets, and bells. You can, if you wish, buy a basket and bell separately. We wouldn’t bother.
The fact is that this is a good value bike and one of the best cruiser bikes under 200 dollars that you’re ever likely to find.
- Good components.
- Nicely integrated bike rack.
- Strong steel frame.
- Seat is too forward-facing.
- Untidy cables.
8 Margaritaville Coast Is Clear Women’s Beach Cruiser Bike
Where to begin?
Let’s begin with the parrot…
Although it’s not included, you can get an optional parrot-shaped bell to attach to the handlebars. This is flamboyance taken to a whole new level. If you love the idea of a parrot-shaped bell, live at the beach, own a bar, love parties, loud shirts, or just love to be noticed, get your credit card out now. This is the bike for you!
The Margaritaville Coast beach cruiser is no shrinking violet. There’s no doubt that his bike will get you noticed. Its lurid green paint job, the heavily decorated fenders, and the art deco styled chain guard demand your attention.
Underneath the flash is an all-aluminum frame and a set of 26″ white-rimmed wheels. The gears are courtesy of Shimano and the shifter is from Revo. Since this is a 7-speed bike there are brakes both front and rear. There’s no rear bike rack, but there is a front basket and a cup holder.
A bit on the heavy side…
With an all-aluminum frame, you’d expect this to be lighter than a lot of the other bikes we’ve reviewed. However, this is not the case; the Margaritaville Coast beach cruiser weighs in at a quit portly 41.6 lbs. This is even more surprising given its relatively small frame dimensions.
When you look a little closer at this bike, some of the components are not quite up to the standard as with those you’d find on the 2 Schwinn bikes we’ve already looked at. In the real world, this translates to a little more weight and worst performance.
Could be more comfortable…
The Margaritaville Coast beach cruiser also doesn’t score too well for comfort. Although the seat is well-positioned in relation to the pedals, the top tube and crossbar are too short. This, therefore, means the handlebars are positioned in a more forward-facing position — not the best option for maximum cruising comfort.
What’s more, the saddle is not sprung and is not as well-padded as it could be.
- It’s affordable.
- Well-positioned saddle.
- Interesting paint-job.
- Dual brakes.
- It’s heavy.
- The saddle is not sprung.
9 Sixthreezero Evryjourney Men’s Hybrid Alloy Beach Cruiser Bicycle
This might look familiar, and for good reason, this is the men’s version of the EVRYjourney Women’s bike we featured in our first review. So the question is, how different is this men’s version in comparison to the women’s?
The answer is not very…
Take a look at the specifications on the EVRYjourney Women’s and all, but a couple of things we’ll cover a little later are identical. But before looking at those details, let’s take a look at some of the key features of the men’s cruiser.
Firstly, with comfort still being key, the EVRYjourney Men’s cruiser is designed with a classic set back seat and forward pedal design. This is combined with high swept-back handlebars, wide 2″ tires, and a well-padded saddle.
Ticks all the boxes…
All of these features allow for both a comfortable upright riding position and a bike that’s able to take any road vibrations in its stride. The EVRYjourney Men’s cruiser has ticked all the boxes for cruiser bike design.
The bike has an aluminum frame, and the variant we’re looking at here has 7 gears. If you go for the 7 gear option the weight will be 39.7 lbs. If you decide on a single gear bike, then you’re’ likely to lose around a pound in weight.
This is not a bad looking bike, but we feel the women’s bike hit’s the spot a little better.
Let us explain…
Sixthreezero need to make their minds up on who this bike is really aimed at.
The top tube on the EVRYjourney Men’s cruiser is higher than on the women’s bike. This is essentially the main difference between the two bikes. On the women’s bike, it’s clearly been designed with a classic step-through top tube. It’s a women’s bike through and through.
The issue with the EVRYjourney Men’s cruiser is that the top tube is neither high or curved enough. The stance of the bike lacks the more typical aggressive lines we’d expect from a men’s cruiser. Its styling is neither male nor female.
What is much less confusing are the colors. There’s absolutely no gender ambivalence here. Black, blue and gray. Very manly. The women’s equivalent comes in light plum, coral, teal, mint green, and cream. Very girly.
13% cheaper? But why???
If any women have strayed over to this review and are in the market for a cruiser bike, our advice is to go for this one over the women’s equivalent. That’s because the EVRYjourney Men’s cruiser is 13% cheaper.
Since you’re athletic enough to be thinking of riding a bike, we’re sure you’ll be able to lift your legs an extra two or three inches over the crossbar. The only sacrifice is that the women’s version has a sprung seat. If you can live without a sprung saddle and pastel colors, it might be worth saving a few dollars.
Any guys fancying a mint green bike with a fully sprung saddle know where to go.
So, there we have it, a bike pretty much the same as the women’s version for less money.
- Well built.
- Good choice of gear options.
- Internal gear cabling.
- Less expensive than the women’s equivalent cruiser.
- The position of the top tube is too low.
10 Firmstrong Urban Man Single Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle
Here’s another classic beach cruiser from Firmstrong. It another bike screaming 30’s and 40’s American chic, and we love this one too. This time it’s one for the guys. And this, we think, is one of the best cruiser bikes under 300 dollars.
The Firmstrong Urban Man Single Speed Beach Cruiser has an all-steel frame and 26″ all aluminum wheels with wide 2″ wheels. It got a pushed back sprung saddle coupled with forward-positioned pedals.
What’s more, the geometry of the Firmstrong Urban Man Single Speed Beach Cruiser keeps you in an upright position and enables you to place your feet flat on the ground when the need arises.
So far, so good…
For your further comfort, the bike also has high and swept-back handlebars. Together with wide shock absorbing tires and the sprung seat, your comfort is all but guaranteed.
The Firmstrong Urban Man Single Speed Beach Cruiser obviously has just one speed. As you’ve probably realized by now, we’re a real fan of single-speed cruisers. 3-speed cruisers coming in a close second if you really must.
For those living in a flat area, we urge you, as long as you’re cool with a coaster brake, to go for a single speed. There are absolutely zero cables on this bike, and it’s an absolute thing of beauty. It’s achingly cool. It should be in an art gallery.
More accessories in the junk…
Actually, small aside, like the Firmstrong Bruiser, before your gallery submission, you’ll have to take off all the reflectors and other junk first.
Basically, this is a rock-solid, great looking bike with so few moving parts and components that it will last for approximately 2,000 years. What’s more, this range has some decent colors to choose from that are not only black, like the Bruiser, and not all pastel and pink colors like the Firmstrong Urban Lady Beach Cruiser Bicycle.
- Good choice of manly colors.
- Strong steel frame.
- Minimal maintenance requirements.
- Super cool and clean looks.
- Comfortable saddle.
- It’s a little heavy.
- Fenders are not included.
Best Cruiser Bike Buyers Guide
The classic cruiser bike, or beach cruiser, should have a set-back comfortable saddle, forward-facing pedals, and swept-back high raised handlebars. If it’s not got all four of these design cues, then it’s probably some kind of homage or hybrid bike.
If you’re after an out and out cruiser, we think all of the Firstrong range of cruisers absolutely epitomizes this look. And they’re super cool into the bargain.
How many gears to have is probably going to be one of the main considerations in your purchase. If you live in an area where it’s at all possible, we recommend going for the single or 3-speed variants.
If you feel the need for 7 gears or more, the probability is that you live in a hilly area. If this is the case, a cruiser bike may not be an ideal choice. This is because they are heavy and also because their laid-back riding position makes it harder to put down the power in the same way as a conventional bike.
For hilly areas, you may be better to skip the cool and go for a city or hybrid bike. The weight of these tends to be around 10 lbs lighter, and the riding position makes life much easier on the hills.
Also, the lines of the bike are much more suited to a rear derailleur, and a front one if you need it. There’s something that somehow looks wrong once you start to but a rear derailleur on a classic beach cruiser. It’s like putting a tow bar on a Ferrari.
We want you to be safe, and we want you to look cool and enjoy your ride too. But of the three, safety will always come first. We have to stress again that if you’re not confident with a coaster brake, then you really should buy one with at least one conventional brake.
However, if you really want the chic cool off a single or 3-speed bike, all is not lost. All the single and 3-speed models we’ve reviewed have a drilled out frame to accommodate font and rear brakes. And the good news is that retrofitting a brake or brakes is both inexpensive and easy.
For those of you who are not sure what a coaster brake is, essentially, it’s a brake that’s fixed to the rear drum of your wheel and operates in very much the same way as a drum brake in your car. It can be operated by backpedaling, but it still allows you to freewheel whenever you want.
The coaster brake should not be confused with a fixed gear or ‘Fixie’ brake. A fixed-gear bicycle has the pedals permanently linked to the wheels. You cannot coast on a Fixie. To brake, you simply have to try to stop pedaling. A Fixie is a lot more difficult to ride and requires a lot more skill than riding a cruiser.
Cruiser bikes will be made of aluminum or steel. We’ve never seen one made from carbon fiber, and we can’t really see the point. Cruisers are all about comfort and style. They’re not built for speed but more built to last.
Of the two materials, steel is more hard-wearing and can be easily repaired. However, aluminum does have the advantage of not rusting and being marginally lighter. Of the two, we prefer steel.
Steel is real!
The most common accessories include; fenders, rear racks, and front baskets. You can also kit your self out with a bell, cup holder, phone holder, and a parrot.
Of all of these accessories, we think fenders and a rear rack are the most useful. Otherwise, we advise you to try to keep the lines of your bike clean and keep as much junk as possible off your ride.
If you ride at night absolutely 100%, get yourself some good quality LED lights – No lights, no ride!
But you will need some accessories that are not supplied with or on the bike, so check out our in-depth reviews of the Best Bike Helmets, the Best Trunk Mount Bike Rack, and the Best Bike Locks currently available. You may also be interested in some of the Best Aluminum Polish to keep it looking spik and span.