Top 3 Best Bikes for Women

The idea of a women’s bike comes from the fact that traditional bikes have been built to suit a man’s body. Hundreds of bikes claim to provide extra comfort to women riders. These bikes come in various shapes and sizes with unique utility features. We have researched to find the top 3 outstanding women’s bike for 2020. 

Let’s have a thorough look at them. 

Tommaso Sorrento 

Tommaso Sorrento is one of the best hybrid bikes for women. It is a value bike with the utmost comfort. The bike gets a lightweight and tough aluminum frame which is attached to a highly durable steel fork. It weighs around 25Ibs and has a variety of gears and Shimano components. The bike comes in only one color which enhances its exclusivity. 

Women riders have constantly praised it for the comfy charcoal black seat.

It has 32 mm wide tires laced on 700c wheels that provide a good combination of speed, stability, and comfort. The bike’s credibility has increased due to the use of Shimano parts. It also comes with V-brakes to support its light frame. 

Buy this bike if you are a beginner or want to use it for regular training. 

Ghost Square Cross 1.8 Step-Through has always been a great bike for city commuters. It has a sleek frame and packs more agility than a regular bike.

The bike supports numerous eyelets like water bottle cages, racks, and fenders. It has often been appreciated for having the best riding experience on wet surfaces. You can easily fit in panniers to carry extra luggage. The bike comes in only one color which is a mix of black and grey with white detailing.  

The front suspension makes it a hardtail bike. It is fairly lightweight and supports a step-though frame for beginner riders. You will also get the rear from Shimano Altus with front derailleurs which are a perfect combination for riders in hilly areas. The bike also comes with a hydraulic disc brake system.  

Buy it if you want a maintenance-free bike and want to do inner-city travels.  

Diamondback Haanjenn 3

Diamondback is one of the oldest women’s bikes ever. The bike is meant to handle rugged terrains with its wider tires and knobby profile. It is perfect for intermediate level riders who want to push themselves hard on rougher surfaces. The mid-range bike also comes with Shimano road bike derailleurs. The Shimano Sora groupset allows the rider to go faster and longer with lesser effort. Its drop handlebars are perfect for every rider as they can rest their palms and shoulder on longer routes. It doesn’t support hydraulic brakes but experienced riders will be able to use mechanical discs with similar efficiency. The bike is lightweight and also has a women’s saddle for superior comfort. 

Buy this bike to cruise through the gravel and slightly rougher terrains. 

Make sure that you do test ride before buying one of these bikes. The above-stated information is a general viewpoint of a bike’s capabilities. Keep riding keep living.

Courtney Lee
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I'm Courtney Lee and I love nothing more than shopping around and finding the best deals. I like all things beautiful and live with my cats and partner in a leafy suburb - living the dream!