Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint
Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru | Cool Mint

Beaumont City Bike, 7-Speed Step-Thru

Regular price $239.99

Traditional Retail Price: $299.99

95 reviews

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Beaumont's 7-speed Shimano drivetrain is ideal for zooming through the city or scaling hilly neighborhoods. Its RevoShift grip enables seamless and safe gear transitions while keeping your hands where they belong. Includes fenders, rack, and bell.

Our city-dwelling 7-speed cycle has something for every type of urban rider. Combat Bay Area inclines, flat Chicago-land boroughs, and tight New York one-ways with this top-notch hybrid. The step-thru style frame makes it easy to mount and perfect for any age, stature, or style (dress & skirt friendly!). Combined with front and rear alloy brakes, the Shimano 7-speed drivetrain, and RevoShift grip shifters ensure utmost control and precision.

Construction & Safety
The Beaumont-7 helps you take control of your ride with a Shimano rear derailleur and RevoShift grip shifter for smoother, faster, and easier transitions. RevoShift shifters make changing gears easy, convenient, and safe with their positioning on the handlebars.

Precision Riding
Front and rear alloy brakes guarantee a precise and safe ride combined with Shimano 7-speed drivetrain and RevoShift grip shifters providing the ultimate control. Pair that with Beaumont’s robust 700x35C tires for reliable gripping and improved shock absorption.

    Grips: Extra-Soft Brown Rubber
    Saddle: Synthetic Leather
    Frame: Lightweight Hand-Built Step-Thru High-Tensile Strength Steel Frame with Rack & Fender Braze-Ons
    Fork: Lightweight Hand-Built Classic Urban Fork
    Handlebar: Alloy Riser City Bars 620mm, 60mm rise, 15° sweep, 25.4 Center
    Stem: Alloy 30° Rise, 220mm, 25.4 Clamp
    Shifter: Shimano 7-Speed Revoshift Grip-Twist Shifter
    Brake & Lever: Alloy Dual Caliper Brake & Alloy Four Finger Lever
    Rims: 700c Stars Deep-V Double-Wall Alloy Rim 30mm 32H with machined sidewall
    Front Hub: KT 100mm spacing, 32H
    Rear Hub: KT 135mm spacing, 32H
    Deraileur: Shimano TX35
    Tires: Kenda Kwest 700 x 35c
    Crank: Protek Alloy 170mm, 44T Chainring
    Chain: KMC Z410, 1/2” 1/8”
    Seat Post: Alloy 25.4 x 300mm
    Seat Clamp: Alloy 28.6
    Pedals: Urban Pedal Alloy ½”
    Recommended Weight Limit: 250 LBS

    Measuring Inseam

    Inseam is the most important metric to consider when deciding on bike size. In order to take this measurement properly, follow these guidelines:

    1. Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
    2. Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
    3. Compare your inseam measurement to the standover height of the bike. You should have about an inch of space between your body and the top tube.

    Additional Sizing Info

    Our city-dwelling 7-speed cycle has something for every type of urban rider. Combat Bay Area inclines, flat Chicago-land boroughs, and tight New York one-ways with this top-notch hybrid. The step-thru style frame makes it easy to mount and perfect for any age, stature, or style (dress & skirt friendly!). Combined with front and rear alloy brakes, the Shimano 7-speed drivetrain, and RevoShift grip shifters ensure utmost control and precision.

    Construction & Safety
    The Beaumont-7 helps you take control of your ride with a Shimano rear derailleur and RevoShift grip shifter for smoother, faster, and easier transitions. RevoShift shifters make changing gears easy, convenient, and safe with their positioning on the handlebars.

    Precision Riding
    Front and rear alloy brakes guarantee a precise and safe ride combined with Shimano 7-speed drivetrain and RevoShift grip shifters providing the ultimate control. Pair that with Beaumont’s robust 700x35C tires for reliable gripping and improved shock absorption.

      Grips: Extra-Soft Brown Rubber
      Saddle: Synthetic Leather
      Frame: Lightweight Hand-Built Step-Thru High-Tensile Strength Steel Frame with Rack & Fender Braze-Ons
      Fork: Lightweight Hand-Built Classic Urban Fork
      Handlebar: Alloy Riser City Bars 620mm, 60mm rise, 15° sweep, 25.4 Center
      Stem: Alloy 30° Rise, 220mm, 25.4 Clamp
      Shifter: Shimano 7-Speed Revoshift Grip-Twist Shifter
      Brake & Lever: Alloy Dual Caliper Brake & Alloy Four Finger Lever
      Rims: 700c Stars Deep-V Double-Wall Alloy Rim 30mm 32H with machined sidewall
      Front Hub: KT 100mm spacing, 32H
      Rear Hub: KT 135mm spacing, 32H
      Deraileur: Shimano TX35
      Tires: Kenda Kwest 700 x 35c
      Crank: Protek Alloy 170mm, 44T Chainring
      Chain: KMC Z410, 1/2” 1/8”
      Seat Post: Alloy 25.4 x 300mm
      Seat Clamp: Alloy 28.6
      Pedals: Urban Pedal Alloy ½”
      Recommended Weight Limit: 250 LBS

      Measuring Inseam

      Inseam is the most important metric to consider when deciding on bike size. In order to take this measurement properly, follow these guidelines:

      1. Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
      2. Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
      3. Compare your inseam measurement to the standover height of the bike. You should have about an inch of space between your body and the top tube.

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      05/28/2020
      Jeein
      Cheap yet still not worth it

      Just like many people, I bought this bike to increase my outdoor social distancing activities. I am not a cyclist and I live in a flat state, so I didn’t need more than the 7 gears on this bike. I saw this one on Amazon then came onto this site to read through the reviews and found for the price, this would work for me. When I received the package, the box was damaged with the kick stand showing through but the bike seemed fine. Everyone said the front brakes are tricky, but my boyfriend was able to tighten them up just fine (not listed in the instructions). Finally the tires, even though brand new from the box, needed some air. We put the pump on and it read 60 PSI. The front wheel says max 85 PSI, so we were going to fill it to 80. Once we hit 65 PSI, the tube popped. This was so disappointing and an inconvenience to take it into a bike shop with a flat tire. They told me the tubes looked pretty old and were poor quality. Granted the 2 tubes cost me $32 ($8 each tube then $16 flat labor) it made me worry what else was cheap about this bike and could potentially be dangerous while riding. I contacted Retrospect the day of and I have yet to hear back. I wouldn’t bother with a company that doesn’t even have time to respond to their customers.

      L
      05/23/2020
      Lori
      United States United States
      Just What I Was Looking For

      I typically ride a higher end road bike, but I wanted something I can use to carry things when I go to the farmers market and the library and something I can wear regular street shoes with. It also had to be cute and relatively inexpensive. This bike fit the bill perfectly! I love the retro style and so far it seems to ride nicely. I did give 4 stars for a few reasons. The cool mint color is really more aqua, slightly more saturated than the picture shows and not so much mint. I still love it but it is definitely blue. There were a few spots where the paint was rubbed off, especially on the edges of the fenders. It’s not really noticeable just a bummer on a brand new bike. The kickstand had also punctured the box and the black plastic coating on the end was completely shredded. The fit in the box was really tight, the box wasn’t crushed at all, but the end of the kickstand was poking out through a hole in the side. Again not a big deal just a bit of a bummer. Overall this seems like it will be a great bike and I can’t wait to head to the farmers market!

      K
      04/30/2020
      Kaycie
      United States United States
      Pretty but not sure it's going to fit the bill

      Overall a very attractive bike, but not the best choice for a hilly commute, despite the description of being suitable for the Bay Area. I'm in Portland, OR, in a neighborhood near some dormant volcanoes - aka lots of random hills. I have to shift from 7 to 1 just to get up the smaller hill at the end of my street :| It's been a while since I've biked regularly, so I'm sure that's part of it, but overall a bit discouraging and causes me to use much less or else plan specific rides that avoid the steeper hills. The bike arrived in good condition, in three pieces. I thought the assembly would be more complex, so that was a great surprise, but even after following the instructions correctly the brakes squeaked and the gears wouldn't change well. Also, the handlebars were at a weird upright angle that made changing/reading the gears impossible. I didn't see anything in the instructions about adjusting the handlebars at all. Wound up bringing to a bike shop for a safety check (another $50) where they fixed up the brakes and gear shifts and also pointed out that some of the pieces involved in the gear shifting were bent - this is probably from shipping and it seems they fixed it. A few rides later, and the brakes are squeaking again, gear shifts are delayed and noisy, and I can't return even though I’m in the 50 day window because the bike has been assembled. Not super satisfied with the return policy given that you'll obviously need to assemble the bike to determine if it's suitable for you, and getting it back into that box in those three pieces is almost worth just eating $240. This will be a leisure bike at most and I'm already considering buying something else to replace it.

      CS
      04/21/2020
      Connie S.
      United States United States
      economical, good value bicycle!

      so far so good!

      KM
      04/15/2020
      Kimberlee M.
      United States United States
      Great bike!

      Fantastic bike, and very pretty! The basket I had fit perfectly on the back wheel rack. The seat is really hard on the bum, the tire guards are bent a bit, the bolts occasionally loosen unexpectedly, and the gears rattle. But, overall great bike for commute between work and home!

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