Says 'platform pedals' in the spec - so yes.
Struggling with this, is this something new, I have never personally experienced wobbly wheels on a bike. I have giant defy 0 (2015) road bike and some sort of cheapish alloy MTB think I've had for about 25 years.
dose it come with pedals 🙃
As said before, freehub is outdated and a horrible design. Bottom bracket will be the square taper which once again, is a poor design. The newer designs are more reliable, lighter and stiffer which makes cycling a lot easier. As one of the other users have said, suspension forks are useless too. I built my own hybrid bike using Suntour Epicon air forks (one of the top end set of forks you can get) and even then, have those locked off about 80% of the time and the rest of the time... I don't really need them for road / light XC use. Wish I just went with a carbon fibre forks and saved weight and money! To new cyclists, spend a bit more money and gain a lot more enjoyment :)
Some womens' bikes have a lower crossbar and most will have different geometry (seat to bars distance, etc.). In reality these are only very approximate 'adaptations' to 'typical' male and female physiology. In fact a female frame may be the best fit for a particular male rider and vice versa. Whenever possible it's best to try a bike for 'fit' as it can make a big difference to comfort and performance. Bike retailers often quote best frame sizes for different heights - in the real world leg length is at least as important: people of the same height can have very different leg lengths. If you go to a decent bike shop they should be able to advise.