Actually I'm just kidding, but my wife won a Huffy "comfort" bike at a church raffle. What a hoot! A garage full of a Litespeed Classic, 2 Cannondale Mountain bikes, a Cannondale Tandem, a Trek Single speed fixed-gear and there sits the NEW Huffy.
It seems totally out of place. What a massive thing it is too. Weighs a ton (has to be well over 45 lbs.), brakes are poorly set up of course and the rear rim is very out of true. Also the rear hub is making strange noises. I think it is really sad that people actually buy these things! They give it a nice grey metallic paint job, fat seat, fat semi-slicks, swept back handlebars and sell it every joe-schmo that thinks he/she needs a little exercise. I actually tried to adjust a few things and the parts are total crap. I think we are going to give it away to some friends that have lots of kids and they can abuse the hell out of it and pass it down through the ages if it lasts that long.
I'll feel bad though giving someone a bike of such low quality. I may turn off a whole new generation of children from cycling when they grow to hate the bike. It will probably end up in the trash in a few years, rusted, broken and deservedly disposed of. What to do??