Around the Block makes any neighborhood a playground. Low maintenance, engineered for comfort and available in up to 21-speeds, it’ll make you feel like a kid with none of the typical adult soreness. Cruise with the family. Find a few moments alone. Skid out when no one’s looking.
- Ergonomic frame with classic lines
- Ultra smooth 2” cruiser tires
- Available in multiple speeds to fit your lifestyle
- Ideal for casual to uptempo rides across multiple types of terrain
- Not intended for high-speed or aggressive off-road rides
|Weight Range||Up to 250lbs|
|Height Range||4'4" - 5'|
|Arm Length||Short, Average|
|Leg Length||Short, Average|
|Ride Frequency||Once a Week|
|Primary Use||Recreation / Commuting|
|Riding Surface||Paved Surfaces / Trails|
|Distance||10 - 20 Miles|
|Riding Pace||Leisurely / Moderate|
|Body Pain||Good for Riders with Back Pain|
|Frame||16" Steel Frame|
|Fork||Standard Steel Fork with 3/8" Axel Threading|
|Headset||22.2mm Steel Headset|
|Wheels||24" Aluminum Alloy Rims, 32 Total 14 Guage Spokes with 3/8" Axel Threading|
|Tires||Black/Whitewall Bubble Tread 26"x2.125" Tires.|
|Derailleurs||Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur TY300D 7 Speed|
|Shiftlevers||Shimano Index Revo Shifter 7 Speed|
|Cassette||Shimano Teeth Count: 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, & 28|
|Crankset||Crank Material: Steel Crank Arm Length: 155mm or 6.5"in Teeth Count: 34T|
|Weight||35 lbs. assembled|
- ! Measured In Inches From Ground
- A Top Tube Height: 29”
- B Seat Tube Height: 25”
- C Seat Max Height: 35”
- D Handlebar Stem Height: 37.5”
- E Bottom Tube Length: 23”
- F Rear Wheel Arm Length: 18”
- G Front Wheel Hub Height: 13”
- I Bottom Bracket Height: 11”
- J Wheelbase J to G: 41”
- K Stand-over Height: 26”
- L Top Tube Length: 21”
- M Front Fork Length: 15”
or a cruise down to the beach.
keep you riding easy all day long.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
What’s the advantage/difference in the around the block regular and 24”? Thanks. And are these bikes kid trailer compatible. Any recommendation on another kid compatible bike for a family cruising on paved trails and neighborhoods
The 26" and 24" denotes the diameter of the tire. It determines the right size of the bike for the right height range.
A 24" bike will suit a rider between 4'4'' and 5' in height, while a 26" will suit a rider 5'to 6' typically.
Other than the frame size, the shifting and brake components, seat, and grips are all the same.