Have I mentioned that I love being a Huffy Moms on Bike Ambassador? It is so exciting to be appreciated by a bicycle company and I can’t wait to bring you more bicycle stories and events this year, but today I wanted to answer some of the questions I got from you my readers over the last few months. Thank You to Huffy tech support for helping me get these questions answered.
Are There Upgrade Options For the Huffy Bicycles?
Huffy currently does not have upgrade options or accessories for our Huffy bikes. However, we are working to bring those products to our customers this year and will eventually have them available on our website. Just not quite yet.
What About the Bike I have?
Get ready to ride with the Huffy Newport 26 Womens Cruiser Bike in white. This attractive Womens bike features a retro cruiser style that is very trendy today. Get fit and look awesome on this charming Huffy. This 26 bike features an adjustable seat to give you a customized fit. The knobby pneumatic tires make it more durable and flexible than you’d expect. This Womens bike weighs 43 pounds and has a maximum capacity of 250 pounds. Whether you’re biking for fun or you’re serious about it, this is a great bike for you.
- Steel cantilever frame
- V-luxe 7-speed twist shifter with Shimano TZ-30 7-speed index derailleur
- 40mm alloy painted rims with 12-gauge spokes and 26″ x 2.125″ blackwall tires
- Fenders, padded and embroidered spring comfort saddle
- Graphics under clear coat
- Dual density grips and pedals
- Huffy warranty coverage provides peace of mind
What Are the Weight Restrictions on Huffy Bikes?
Huffy doesn’t offer weight limits mainly because it is just one factor in a bike’s performance. We like to offer these tips for riders to be comfortable on their bike:
There are actually several variables which determine whether or not the bicycle is the proper size. Keep in mind what type of riding you like to do, such as off road, on bike paths or around the town. Various ridings styles impact bikes differently for each person. Leisurely riding will be less stressful than riding off road. Being comfortable on the bike in a proper seated position is also important. Make sure you don’t feel cramped through your arms, legs or back. You should be able to have your leg fully extended when the pedal is in its “lowest” position. Similarly, your arms should be able to comfortably reach the handlebars, allowing you to feel you have the right amount of control while you ride the bike.