YeBo QLDGold Coast, QLD 5 posts
End to end review, from discovery to using the 2016 Polygon Path 3 - 29er City BikeI have been commuting to work for two years now (Gold Coast), the round trip being 38km, it’s by no means flat route so there is a quite a bit of gear changing and getting off the saddle. My previous bike before the Polygon Path 3, was a specialized mountain bike converted into a ‘hybrid’. I bought this specialized bike 18 years ago, the best money I ever spent. I used this specialized bike to commute to work in London UK (through 3 winters) as well as weekend off road fun. Thought this history would be relevant for the review of the Polygon Pa… Read more · 1th 3. Just to add, I have been road cycling on and off for 30 years Approximately two months ago I decided it was time to upgrade to a new bike. I stumbled across [link removed] and found the Polygon Path 3. The price was just right - on a tight budget. After using Bicyclesonline sizing up guide, emailing and phone correspondence, which was OUTSTANDING, I committed to purchasing this 2016 Polygon Path 3 - 29er City Bike. The bike came as advertised, and was very easy to assembly with all tools provided - I was impressed. Just to add, I purchased the pannier rack (https://www.bicyclesonline.com.au/polygon-heist-path-carrier-rack-fits-disc-brakes) as well, as I have panniers. The assembly took approximately one hour. My clip-in pedals and seat bottle holder were transferred from the old specialised bike without any issues. My ortlieb panniers required only minor adjustments to fit on the new rack and do not interfere with the rear derailer or disc brakes at all. On my first day using the 2016 Polygon Path 3 - 29er City Bike to commute to work I was VERY IMPRESSED. It was quick, the difference is wheel size from 26” to 29” makes a HUGE difference (very similar tyres on specialized). The bike is very smooth and responsive, and the geometry is very similar to my specialised bike which made for an easy transition (http://cyclingtips.com/2011/02/the-geometry-of-bike-handling/ ). The disc breaks as great - my first. Lastly my previous bike had front shocks where this Polygon Path 3 does not, so you feel it a bit more in the hands and arms but a happy trade-off as the bike is more responsive and ergonomic handlebar grips help as well. This is an outstanding value for money bike and highly recommend it.
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- The Polygon Path 3 is an urban bike that’s designed to handle obstacles like gutters, steps, roots, and rocks easily, making it great for a commute or for social rides.
- Slightly raised handlebars and a shorter wheelbase make for a more comfortable ride that allows for more upright riding.
- The bike has an ultra light aluminium frame and fork that has the durability to withstand flying debris and general wear and tear.
- Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide exceptional stopping power and increased control over brake modulation, so you can stay focused on the path without stressing over maintaining pressure on the levers.
- The wheels have double wall alloy rims, making them durable and able to easily roll over small obstacles on the road while maintaining speed - all while keeping you comfortable.
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