Ammaco Madrid City Bike Buyers Guide Review (August 2020)
Ammaco Madrid City Bike
- ✔ Rear Cargo Rack
- ✔ Kickstand
- ✔ Front And Rear Mudguards
- ✔ 7 Speed Gearing System
- Hi-Tensile Steel Frame
- Hi-Tensile Steel Front Forks
- Front & Rear Alloy V-Brakes
- Microshift 7 Speed Thumb Shifter
- Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur
- Shimano TZ-500 7 Speed Cassette
- Single Ring Chainset W/Double Guard
- Sprung Comfort Saddle
- Steel Sprung Pannier Rack
- Full Length Mudguards
- Alloy Wheel Rims
- Centre Kickstand
- 700 x 38c Tyres
- Wheel Size: 700c
- Colour: Matte Black
The stylish and handy Ammaco Madrid Mens Hybrid Bike provides everything you need, whether its roaming around the countryside or making your daily commute, the Madrid has it all; its 7 speed Microshift gears ensure any hills you may face will be a breeze. The included pannier rack makes your commute that bit easier, just attach your pannier bag and away you go!
Another Ammaco bike for our ever growing collection. Not many bike providers cover so many budgets. The Madrid city bike is one of their low cost bikes, allowing individuals with a lower budget to still get hold of a decent bike that’s solid enough to get your to and from work or the shops when needed.
Although this price range doesn’t allow for aluminium bikes you can rest assured that even Ammaco’s steel bike frames aren’t particularly heavy weighing in at 15.9Kg. The Madrid has a comfy padded seat, responsive V brakes and 7 speed thumb shifters.
Some additional luxuries that make it a city bike include the rear storage rack. You’re able to carry your bag or coat on the rear of the Ammaco Madrid rather than having to wear them. Over long journeys when the suns out in the day, yet you need your coat for the evening ride, it can be annoying having to wear your coat. The storage rack means you don’t have to.
The Madrid also comes with a kickstand which is great for when you’ve come to a stop and want to rest the bike so you can do whatever else is the priority at the time. Gone are the days of checking your phone while balancing your bike between your legs or resting it up against a nearby wall. Kick out the kickstand and you’re good to focus on something else.
The front and rear mudguards are a particular favourite with our team here. Many ride to work regardless of the weather (within reason). You can always tell who has and more importantly who hasn’t got mudguards. If it’s raining outside you can be sure that certain members of the team will arrive looking like they’ve taken a detour through a shallow river. Yep, we like mudguards.
Overall, this bike deserves to be on our list due to it’s value for money. Many will advise you to spend more on a city bike, especially if it’s for work rather than a hobby or pastime. If that’s not an option for you then you certainly should consider the Ammaco Madrid city bike.