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With the exception of precipitation, every day is a good day for a bike ride! Sure you can rent a set of wheels for an afternoon ride through the park, but owning a bicycle, like any one of these cruisers or mountain bikes, will save you money in the long run.
Is It Worth It?: Shimano makes the go-to shifters and components on some of the world's most desired bikes, so it makes sense that they'd take their mechanical know-how to make a great folding bike. The price folds magically, too, as it's $12 under the lowest total price we could find for any 26" folding mountain bike elsewhere. Designed for demanding terrain or rougher-than-normal urban transit, this bike is stripped down a bit in terms of speeds (it has six, as opposed to 18 or 24 on more tricked out mountain bikes), but still built to perform.
Is It Worth It?: We never forgot our Marx Big Wheel toy as a kid. And now there's a trike for adults! It features a steel frame and fork, pneumatic 26" front wheel, alloy V-Brake and levers, and metal flake glossy paint.
Is It Worth It?: Not sure which cruiser is right for you? This Yellow/Pink bike is designed with lady riders in mind: it even has pink sidewalls on the tires and the step-through frame for easy mounting. The wheels measure 26" which are ideal for medium-height riders, and the 7 speeds are a nice added touch: more shifting flexibility to negotiate hills and terrain changes. Other features include a steel frame and alloy linear pull brakes.
Is It Worth It?: Similar to the woman's bike above, this 26" men's bike has a sleek styling (available in Navy) and a padded cruiser saddle. It also features a rear rack for carrying small loads on the go, a steel frame, dual-density handlebar grips, coaster brakes, and whitewall balloon tires.
Is It Worth It?: Available in Gold, this single-speed bike is made for light riding duty, with more attention paid to cosmetic flourishes (like the gold fenders and gloss black rims) than say, race-quality shifting components. And unlike the Schwinn Delmar listed above, it has no rear rack. It features a steel frame, dual-density handlebar grips, padded spring saddle with quick-release binder, coaster brakes, and whitewall balloon tires.