Oma 28 Dutch Cruiser Bicycle

Ladies Dutch Cruiser Bicycle

By Hollandia

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Description & Features+

The Hollandia Oma Dutch cruiser bike is a combines simplicity with convenience. This classic bike has a simple one speed gearing with a coaster rear brake that allows you to spend less time working on your bike and more time enjoying the ride. The large front and rear fenders along with dress and fully enclosed chainguard keep you clean while front headlight and rear rack make commuting a breeze.
Frame/Fork: Hi-Ten Steel step through city bike frame with rigid steel fork
Wheels/Tires: Aluminum rim with 700 X 40c tires
Drivetrain: Single speed with 3 piece crank, nylon pedals
Brakes/Cockpit: Rear coaster and front caliper brakes, integrated quill stem and handlebar
Extras: Full chainguard, fenders, rear rack, headlight, bell


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Supplier Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty on frame and fork. One year on original parts except tires, tubes, and cables.
Supplier Warranty Length
1 year
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Ratings & Reviews+

Oma 28 Dutch Cruiser Bicycle is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Every poor product I come from the Netherlands (where these bikes are made and very populair) and this is nothing compared to what I am used to. The quality of the bike is very cheap. It came with plastic and velcro covers. And the front wheel was warped. Also, the box came without any instructions on how to put it together. I was very upset and had to go through the hassle of bringing the bike back to the store. They luckily took the bike back easily, but I will not purchase another bike from Walmart.
Date published: 2015-09-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Advertised with front and rear rack. Only received front rack. Bell and light are cheap plastic. Seat pan is plastic. Skirt and chain guard are thin black vinyl over a frame. Design of the bike is good but the bolt on items are poor quality. Rims are silver and not chrome. Seat is poor. Poorly packaged and 80% of the instruction booklet has nothing to do with this bike. The booklet mostly deals with multi-speed bikes. I returned this item for a refund.
Date published: 2011-06-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Go Dutch and get full chain case. Store it covered I had wanted to get a full chain case like this bike has for my other bike ('73 Raleigh 3-speed). I test rode a Gazelle in Chicago and it was pretty sweet but they wouldn't ship it to me to where I live in Virginia (Gazelle's cost $900 but you get a really nice bike). I could get a full chain case like this online but it would be over $100 shipped from Holland. So I decided I would order this online and put it together myself. Then I'd have a bike similar to my vintage Raleigh but I could ride it on salty roads in the winter and ride in the rain. Plus I could take the chain case off and the rear rack and put them another bike later on. It went together well except that the bottom bracket had to be repacked with grease since it was too stiff out of the box. There wasn't much grease in there from the factory. I've rode it at least once a week for six months now on my 10 mile round trip work commute. It is unreasonable to expect anything other than a big box store bike here. It's $250 for a reason. The tire rubber is not fancy but I'm still riding on them. (Why get new ones till these wear out?) The cranks are simple steel. 44 tooth front ring and 18 tooth rear. The frame is lugged steel with non-stainless, painted steel dropouts. Fork is uni-crown style. The pedals are plastic platform type. Fenders are steel with hand-painted pinstripes. The saddle is an inexpensive big-box bike type of seat that I replaced with a fancier one, but I use the saddle that came with it on a different bike. Out of the box was basically putting the front wheel on, the front brake and the pedals. It is mostly together when you unbox it but like I said before, the cranks turned rather roughly until I repacked the bottom bracket. Next year, I'll put $20 in a sealed bottom bracket and not have to worry about it again. It's a Walmart bike so don't expect a Gazelle. That's why it cost so much less than a Gazelle. Finally, I would recommend covered storage for any big-box bike to keep the rust to a minimum. I have a tool shed to store it in and this frame will last me years and years even without the stainless dropouts. For $250 plus the elbow grease of putting it together it's been working out great.
Date published: 2012-06-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very bad quality, hard to put together I am from Holland and it is a shame that this bike is called Hollandia. It doesn't even come close to a Dutch bike. This bike is of very bad quality! The metal of the front tire touches the front tire, so I need to go to a bike shop to fix that. Moreover, the hand brakes don't work. The instruction leaflet is extremely unclear. It doesn't give instructions on all parts of the bike, for instance the instruction how to install the saddle is missing. I would have returned this bike immediately if that would have been easy. Unfortunaly, the box it was delivered in was torn, so I would have to find another box of the same size (pretty impossible) to return it.
Date published: 2011-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very classy looking bike ! The overall look of the bike is great ! Very classy. It came partially assembled, the handle bars, the seat and post, the front tire, fender, and front rack, both pedals, and the headlight and bell need to be put on. There are no instructions or diagrams to follow but completing the assembly was very straight forward and basic. There were a couple of parts missing when I got it all put together, but a phone call to the supplier got them delivered within the week no questions. The chain guard and skirt guard are made of vinyl fabric, kind of cheesy but no big deal, you can order replacements. There are some minor tweaks that need to be made to keep the fenders and guards from rubbing, but nothing major. Upgrading some of the parts like the grips, and front brake assembly will probably make the bike look and operate even better but not necessary, the rear brake works great. I plan to ride as is until its necessary to replace parts, just like on any other bike. The frame and racks are solid, been riding around with my wife sitting on the front rack with no problems, lol she loves it ! The headlight is a battery operated led that has a designated mount. The single gear is good for getting around town and even moderate hills and is very comfortable riding. Bottom line ........ this is a great bike for the price and will probably last a very long time, but it will also probably have a few squeaks and rattles. I love the look of it and the comfort while riding ! Not interested in racing or trail riding and it keeps me active at 64.
Date published: 2014-12-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality Bike I was excited to be able to purchase a "Dutch" bike, having lived in Holland for two years. Upon receiving the bike, and upon assembly, it was obvious that the front forks were horribly bent, thus not allowing the proper alignment of the front wheel. Walmart was very helpful in the return of the defective product. When asked if I would like a replacement, I said, "No Thanks." This is not a Walmart issue, it is a maker issue. I would absolutely not recommend this bike. Research "The Flying Pigeon" bike if you would like a "Dutch-like" bike. Much better and higher quality.
Date published: 2012-03-24
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