Based on 14 reviews
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- Made for cyclists
- Lightweight and durable
- Easy to use
- Comfortable fit
- Durable straps
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Traded in my viking long boat for a Priority 600 with Pinion gearbox and Gates belt drive
I decided to find the best all purpose bike for me and about a year ago I chose the Priority 600 and its been my daily commuter, long haul touring bike, and my off road and winter rider. I have three sets of tires I can swap out from the road rollers, knobbies and winter studs. This has made my bike life so much simplier, even in winter with the snow and muck, I simply ride into the local manual car wash hose her down, dry her off and she's ready to go. This has been a great ride this past year and I highly recommend the bike to anyone who has it on a short list.
Priority L Train, Continuum Onyx, or Trek Distrct 4?
I bought a Priority Continuum Onyx two years ago, and use it to commute every workday, and for other errands. I have a few thousand miles on mine. The price was great, and it's been a workhorse.
Please help me make decisions regarding buying a lifelong bicycle.
Replace the pads when necessary and upgrade as desired. At that price point, and for your riding style, I would at least take a look at the Priority Continuum Onyx. It’s a very highly regarded bike with Gates belt drive, hydraulic brakes, a built in hub dynamo (generator) with front and rear lights, and it is flexible enough for what you describe.
Honest all season commuter review: Lekker Amsterdam vs. Priority Continuum Onyx
The Priority Continuum Oryx was my daily commuter for a year 1/2 (before it was liberated from me); and switched to the Lekker Amsterdam. Neither is an e-bike, bar the e-nergy it takes to turn the wheels over..... Both bikes have fairly standard lower-mid level parts, perfectly good for a commuter. Hydraulic disc brakes on both; splash guards, kick-stands and what you would come to expect from a true commuter.
How Loud Do You Like Your Hubs?
The noise is just generally part of the deal with solid, quick engagement hubs. More clicks and stronger pawl springs=more racket. As for Onyx, I really don't like the mushy feeling. Yea they engage instantly, but it's....spongy.
Who here rides their bike to work?
I’ve been riding bikes for work and fun for my entire adult life, and if you can get one, a belt-drive system is the best for ultra-low maintenance reliability. Zero complaints with my 2019 Priority Continuum Onyx (with the suggested rear rack).
Hubs? DT Swiss 350?
Onyx are nearly silent and instant engagement if you don’t mind a steep entry fee. Project 321 are light and has great engagement as well. I currently have I9 Torch (pre hydra) and some DT 240s and both are amazing. I’ve also spent a lot of time on 350s over the years and they’re plenty solid.
Still loving the belt drive for my commuter.
I just picked up a second hand priority Continuum Onyx and it's been great ! I really did not expect the belt drive to be so quite ! I am so happy with the gates carbon belt drive and enviolo hub. The only gripe I have is the flat bars !