Pre-Ordering a sixthreezero bicycle.
Since the response to the Global Pandemic in mid-March, bicycle demand has increased significantly as it is an outdoor activity and one of the few things that people across the country could enjoy during this time in human history.
We have sold out of many of our models, and we are currently offering an option to "Pre-Order" incoming inventory from our factories.
This is a program we have employed so that riders who truly are looking for a new bicycle to ride during these historic times.
How does 'pre-ordering' a bicycle work?
In the most basic sense, it is a reservation on future inventory yet to be ready for sale to riders.
On the product page of the bike you wish to order, you will either see a button to "Notify Me When In Stock" or to "Pre-Order" the bicycle.
If the "Add To Cart" or "Buy It Now" buttons are active, then the bike is in immediate stock and will usually ship within 3-5 business days.
These are examples of how the pre-order and the notifications buttons will appear on the product page:
We do not make products available for pre-order unless we have a verified delivery date.
If the "Notify Me When In Stock" button is present, this means that we do not have reliable delivery dates available, so we don't make the promise that we will ship on a specific date, when in fact we do not have verification that it will. The best thing to do is to sign up for the email notification when it is shown on the product page of the bicycle you would like to order.
Please note, when you receive a stock notification, it may very well be a notice that "Pre-Order" is now available for the specific bicycle you are interested in.
Pave n’ Trail is an escape from the mundane; ride farther, take the bumpy shortcut, follow the kids to their latest secret spot. With a comfort first frame, Shimano 21-speed gear system and adjustable front suspension experienced riders will find inspiration in their everyday adventures.
- Easy-mount step-through frame
- Hybrid tires designed for quickness and stability
- Rear rack for easy portability
- Ideal for confident riders looking for performance and adaptability
- Not intended for heavy off-road usage
|Weight Range||Up to 300lbs|
|Height Range||5'3" - 6'|
|Arm Length||Average, Long|
|Leg Length||Average, Long|
|Ride Frequency||Daily / Once a Week / Once a Month|
|Primary Use||Recreation / Commuting|
|Riding Surface||Paved Surfaces / Trails|
|Distance||10 - 20 Miles|
|Riding Pace||Leisurely / Moderate|
|Body Pain||Not Good for Riders with Body Pain|
|Frame:||Frame Material: Aluminum, Size: 17", Frame Style: Top Tube|
Dropout: Quick Release, Dropout Style: Forged Vertical Dropout
Mounts Included: Rear Rack Mounts
|Fork||Fork Material: Steel Fork Style: Standard Fork Drop Out: Quick Release Mounts Included: None|
|Headset||Diameter: 1-1/8" (Threadless) Material: Steel|
|Wheels||Rim Material: Alloy Size: 700c x 38c Spoke Count: 36 Spoke Thickness: 14G Hub Material: Alloy Attachment Type: Front - Quick Release Rear - 15mm Mount|
|Tires||Size (Standard): 700C x 38”, Size (Inches): 28" x 1.50”, Tread: Trail Tread, Style: Black|
Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur TY300D 7-Speed, Black
|Shift levers||Front: Shimano Friction Revo Shifter (Front Derailleur), Rear: Shimano Index Revo Shifter 7 Speed|
|Chain||Size: 1/2″×3/32″, Links: 116|
|Cassette||Brand: Shimano, Teeth Count: 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, & 28|
|Crankset||Crank Material: Aluminum, Crank Arm Length: 170mm or 6.7"in, Teeth Count: 40|
|Bottom Bracket||Model: Steel Size: 1.37" x 24T, 68mm|
|Brakes||Front and Rear V-Brake|
|Saddle||Memory Foam with Suspension Post|
|Weight||33 Lbs. Assembled|
- ! Measured In Inches From Ground
- A Top Tube Height: 34
- B Seat Tube Height: 27
- C Seat Max Height: 39
- D Handlebar Stem Height: 40
- E Bottom Tube Length: 26
- F Rear Wheel Arm Length: 18
- G Front Wheel Hub Height: 13
- I Bottom Bracket Height: 11
- J Wheelbase J to G: 42
- K Stand-over Height: 22
- L Top Tube Length: 23
- M Front Fork Length: 18
or a cruise through the park.
keep you riding easy all day long.
- FRONT ADJUSTABLE SUSPENSION FORK
- HYBRID MULTI-SURFACE 700C TIRES
- SHIMANO QUICK-FIRE SHIFTERS
- SUSPENSION SEATPOST
- REAR RACK
- ALUMINUM FRAME
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hi, I have the womens pave'n trail and I love it. I'm trying to attach a child's seat onto the rear rack but I need to know the weight limit of the rack. Can you tell me how much weight the rack is designed to hold?
25Kg, or 40 lbs roughly, is the weight limit of the rear rack.
I would recommend using a child seat that includes it's own rear rack to mount the child seat, such as the Topeak
The model we carry is for 26" sized wheels. The RYD has a 700C size wheel (27.5"), so you may need to find the model with a rear rack that accommodates a larger tire size.
I am a fit, flexible, 75 year old male, 5'9", 146 lbs. We will carry these when we camp in our travel trailer and use them in town and on packed trails and asphalt. I need to sit upright due to past low back surgery and a neck spur. I cannot cock my head even slightly back for extended periods. What choices do you recommend.
Body Ease is the way to go, it will sit you straight up exactly how you are describing in your message.
I am a female, my height is 6'1" tall & I need to step-through bike. Comfort, hybrid, etc. My inseam is 35". I would prefer with fenders. Do you have a bike that would fit me?
For you, I would recommend the Body Ease or the Reach Your Destination model.
The Body Ease will have a better step-through frame setup for easy mounting and dismounting the bike, but it does not include Fenders, and we do not have Fenders that will fit on the Body Ease available yet. The Reach Your Destination has a similar sitting position, and includes Fenders, however it does not have the seat or front-fork suspension. The wheelbase on the Reach Your Destination is a bit longer than the Body Ease, which leads me to recommend it over the Body Ease based on your height.
I am looking for a new ride and usually ride a mix of pave and trail of about 20miles. Next spring I will be in a 75-mile charity ride. Will this bike be a good fit for this?
Yes, that is precisely the purpose behind the design of this bike. We found most riders wanted the feel and speed of a commuter style of bike, but the ability to take off the paved roads if they wanted to.
The suspension fork and seat post adds just enough cushion and shock absorption to make the ride smoother and more comfortable, without sacrificing any performance.
What size fenders do I need for this bike?
Greetings, and thank you for your email.
This bicycle has a wheel size of 700C (about 27.5" in diameter).
We currently do not offer any fenders for this particular model, but we will in the future (early to mid-2020 would be my current estimate).
I do not have any information regarding after-market Fenders and which ones will fit the PavNTrail.
Would the Paven'Trail be a good choice for biking on the C&O/Allegheny GAP as we;; as the predominately flat back roads of coastal Maryland/Virginia??http://www.sixthreezero.com/products/sixthreezero-pave-n-trail-womens-7sp-hybrid-bike
The PaveN'Trail would be perfect for such a trail.
I remember walking that path in Georgetown when I was young.
Thanks for asking, and please let us know if you have any other questions.
Hi! Do you deliver to Spain? We are from Barcelona and I've been looking for a bike like sixthreezero for a long time! Thank you.
For international shipments, please visit our International Orders page.
We have customers use BikeFlights.com to arrange your shipment, who will then pick up the bike from our location and ship with FedEx international Services.
Please message us through the International Orders page with the bike model you would like to purchase, we will respond with the weight and dimensions for shipping that you will need to make arrangements with Bikefights.com. When purchasing the bike, select "Store Pickup" shipping service, and add a note to your order with the BikeFlights pickup information and shipping label (you may need to email the shipping label to us separately at email@example.com).
Thank you, and please let us know if you have any other questions.