My little white bike is so much fun to ride. I love riding it to the gym, to the lake, and to the store.
But I have to admit, it is a bit of a pain to look at. Because lg’s WM4500hba is a custom-made W-mount with a 3-speed transmission built using a combination of steel and Alivco’s new “Lite” series suspension fork. This makes it feel fast, light, and responsive on the road and bike trails, but also pretty solid on the trail.
I was surprised by how smoothly this bike handles. While it isn’t light, it is very balanced and it has very little wobble. That’s always nice, especially for a sporty white bike.
That is a very small amount of suspension. That is a very light bike. That is a very stiff suspension. That is a very stiff bike.
We had a problem with the bike’s suspension a few months ago and it ended up being a huge deal. The suspension was so stiff it was barely holding the bike together and the fork is so light, it made the bike unrideable without the suspension.
The suspension in the bike was actually a good thing. It gave the bike the right amount of ride while making it feel lighter than it is. The stiff fork made the bike handle the whole bike better.
lg wm04500hba is a very stiff suspension bike. It’s supposed to be very stiff. That’s why they call it “Warranty.” So it’s a warranty to ride it without having to worry you may break it.
It sounds like it’s not a good idea to ride a bike that is not stiff enough for you to ride it. But what would be great would be to figure out a way to make it work. There is a lot of work that has to be done to make a bike stiff enough to handle the bike while still being easy to ride. Lg should have figured out a better way to deal with the bike’s stiffness, but it appears that it didn’t.
The only way that I can think of is by changing the chainrings to be a bit wider. The problem is that wide chainrings are more difficult to get to, and the bikes would have to get to the shop to have it changed.