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 PRE-ORDERING A BICYCLE WORKS
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, your bike is in immediate stock and will usually ship within 3-5 business days.
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.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the complexity of international logistics, and the number of suppliers that provide all the materials to build and manufacture our bicycles, shipping delivery times are subject to change. With the global Pandemic added to the situation, it makes delivery dates dificult to predict. We will email you updates and expected shipping date changes if we experience any during the time of your pre-order.
Please visit our Pre-Order FAQ page for more information, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Around the Block makes any neighborhood a playground. Low maintenance, engineered for comfort and available in up to 21-speeds, it’ll make you feel like a kid with none of the typical adult soreness. Cruise with the family. Find a few moments alone. Skid out when no one’s looking.
- Ergonomic frame with classic lines
- Ultra smooth 2” cruiser tires
- Available in multiple speeds to fit your lifestyle
- 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 250lbs|
|Height Range||4'4" - 5'|
|Arm Length||Short, Average|
|Leg Length||Short, Average|
|Ride Frequency||Once a Week|
|Primary Use||Recreation / Commuting|
|Riding Surface||Paved Surfaces / Trails|
|Distance||10 - 20 Miles|
|Riding Pace||Leisurely / Moderate|
|Body Pain||Good for Riders with Back Pain|
|Frame||16" Steel Frame|
|Fork||Standard Steel Fork with 3/8" Axel Threading|
|Headset||22.2mm Steel Headset|
|Wheels||24" Aluminum Alloy Rims, 32 Total 14 Guage Spokes with 3/8" Axel Threading|
|Tires||Black/Whitewall Bubble Tread 26"x2.125" Tires.|
|Derailleurs||Shimano Tourney Rear Derailleur TY300D 7 Speed|
|Shiftlevers||Shimano Index Revo Shifter 7 Speed|
|Cassette||Shimano Teeth Count: 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, & 28|
|Crankset||Crank Material: Steel Crank Arm Length: 155mm or 6.5"in Teeth Count: 34T|
|Weight||35 lbs. assembled|
- ! Measured In Inches From Ground
- A Top Tube Height: 29”
- B Seat Tube Height: 25”
- C Seat Max Height: 35”
- D Handlebar Stem Height: 37.5”
- E Bottom Tube Length: 23”
- F Rear Wheel Arm Length: 18”
- G Front Wheel Hub Height: 13”
- I Bottom Bracket Height: 11”
- J Wheelbase J to G: 41”
- K Stand-over Height: 26”
- L Top Tube Length: 21”
- M Front Fork Length: 15”
What's the Occasion?
or a cruise down to the beach.
keep you riding easy all day long.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
What’s the advantage/difference in the around the block regular and 24”? Thanks. And are these bikes kid trailer compatible. Any recommendation on another kid compatible bike for a family cruising on paved trails and neighborhoods
The 26" and 24" denotes the diameter of the tire. It determines the right size of the bike for the right height range.
A 24" bike will suit a rider between 4'4'' and 5' in height, while a 26" will suit a rider 5'to 6' typically.
Other than the frame size, the shifting and brake components, seat, and grips are all the same.