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    inexpensive 24" women's cruiser; sixthreezero??

    Hi,
    I've been looking for a beach cruiser style bike & am thinking of getting a sixthreezero. I don't ride much; actually, I haven't been on a bike in years. Just looking for something to pedal around the campground in the summer, maybe a few bike trails (paved). I really like the look of the beach cruisers. But here's my dilemma: I'm just barely 5' tall, so I think I need a 24" frame. And there's just not a lot to choose from in that size. Also, I can't afford to pay the $300 & up that most of them seem to be. I've been looking on craigslist for months now & haven't found a single one. I even put a wanted ad out. So I came across this bike:

    http://www.beachbikes.net/index.php?...8&pro_detail=Y

    And seemed to be what I'm looking for. I live in Oregon, so I'd have to order online. Do you think this would be a good bike for me?

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    Probably so naomi02. The frame is the same size as my 24" wheel rental bikes at work, and folks your size usually enjoy them as they fit correctly.
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