EVRYjourney is a timeless classic re-engineered for maximum comfort. Subtle yet innovative changes to the frame and pedal position eliminate all the usual pain points while snap-on accessory attachments allow you to gear-up for any adventure. The look you want. The feel you need.
- Revolutionary upright frame geometry
- Ultra smooth 2” semi-slick cruiser tires
- Rear rack for additional storage
- 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 300lbs|
|Height Range||4'4" - 5'|
|Ride Frequency||Daily / Once a Week / Once a Month|
|Primary Use||Recreation / Commuting|
|Riding Surface||Paved Surfaces / Trails|
|Distance||10 - 18 Miles|
|Riding Pace||Leisurely / Moderate|
|Body Pain||Good for Riders with Knee and/or Back Pain|
|Frame||Frame Material: Aluminum; Size: 14"; Frame Style: Half Step-Through; Dropout: 3/8” Threading; Dropout Style: Forged Semi-Veritcal Dropout; Mounts Included: Rear Rack Mounts, Rear Fender Mounts|
|Fork||Fork Material: Steel; Fork Style: Standard Fork; Drop Out: Quick Release; Mounts Included: Front Fender Mount|
|Headset||Diameter: 25.4mm; Material: Steel|
|Wheels||Rim Material: Alloy, Size: 24"; Spoke Count: 36; Spoke Thickness: 14G; Hub Material: Alloy|
Attachment Type: Front - Quick Release Front Wheel, Rear - 3/8” Threading (15mm Bolt)
|Tires||Size: 24”x1.95”; Tread: Standard Semi-Slick Tread; Style: BlackWall|
|Derailleurs||Front: Shimano Tourney FD-TZ31, Clamp Size 31.8mm Downpull|
Rear: Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur TY300D 7-Speed, Black
|Shift levers||Front: Shimano Friction Revo Shifter (Front Derailleur)|
Rear: Shimano Index Revo Shifter 7 Speed
Teeth Count: 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, & 28
|Crankset||Crank Material: Steel|
Crank Arm Length: 170mm Teeth Count: 44T
|Bottom Bracket||Model: Steel; Size: 68mm x 118mm|
|Brakes||Front V-Brake, Coaster Brake|
- ! Measured In Inches From Ground
- A Top Tube Height: 32”
- B Seat Tube Height: 23”
- C Seat Max Height: 36”
- D Handlebar Stem Height: 38”
- E Bottom Tube Length: 22”
- F Rear Wheel Arm Length: 17”
- G Front Wheel Hub Height: 12”
- I Bottom Bracket Height: 12”
- J Wheelbase J to G: 42”
- K Stand-over Height: 17”
- L Top Tube Length: 20”
- M Front Fork Length: 15”
or a cruise through the park.
keep you riding easy all day long.
- Front Hand Brake
- Coaster Brake
- Aluminum Frame
- Double Wall Rims
- 3 Speeds
- Rear Rack
- Comfort Seat
- Attachment Points
- Comfort Tires
- Comfort Grips
- 3 Piece Crank
- Quick Release Seat
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Can I get this in a single speed? I am short and need the 24 inch model but I want single speed.
We only have 3 and 7-speed options available for the Women's 24" EVRYjourney.
How much does the 3 speed weigh?
34 lbs. assembled.
I am 5’1” and want to be able to put my feet on ground, not just tips of toes. The bodyfit tells me to get 26”, not 24” which seems to make more sense. Can you tell me which I should get?
At 5'1", I would recommend you go with the 24" and raise the seat to the appropriate height.
The lowest seat setting on the 26" model, at 5'1", only your toes will be touching the ground really.
Can I get a different color, black or cream?
For the 24" models, we only have them available in Teal and Navy blue currently.
Why is the 3 speed bike more expensive than the 7 speed? Why is the riding speed higher and the distance longer in the 3 speed?
The cost of producing the 3-speed internal-hub is higher than the 7 speed with an external derailleur, that is the only reason a 3 speed is more expensive.
As for the speed and distance, I believe that is a typo, the speed and distance should be the same for both models.
What are pros and cons of 3 speed versus 7 speeds?
7 Speed models have lower and higher gears than a 3 speed, so if you have more hills and steeper hills in your riding area, it will be easier to climb the.
The 3 Speed will have a coaster brake, along with a front hand brake for riders who like having a coaster brake.
It all depends on your leg strength and ability to ride really, but I usually recommend 7 speeds if you have hills in your area.