You don't have to worry about damage or maintenance with JOYSTAR's durable steel frame and puncture-proof tires. The bike comes with a limited lifetime warranty. JOYSTAR Cruiser Kids Bike is a bike for kids that is simple to use. With a light steel frame and rims, the children can cruise up to speed with ease, but be aware that when it's time to pull up fast the combined backpedal rear brake will be there. The kids bike is easy to pedal and fun to ride. The structure of the kids bike is inspired by the Beach Cruiser Bike. The Hi-Ten steel frame and fork have great impact resistance. A cute frame design with fires or flowers. They have a better fit for easy pedalling and have a low gearing. It's easy to provide stopping power when needed, so it's a great option for young riders. The enclosed chain guard is for your kids. The training wheel will keep everything pointing in the right direction until she is able to balance on her own. It's easy for your children to learn and feel comfortable behind the wheel because of the singlespeed drivetrain and smaller grip design. The dual spring kid's cruiser seat has added comfort. The children can make their own bike with the help of decals on the frame or chain guard. The 12 inch toddler bike is suitable for boys and girls of all ages, while the 14 inch bike is 888-739-5110 Adult assembly is required. The kid bike comes with 85% assembled body, basic assembly tools, and a limited lifetime warranty.
👤We loved the bike. Our daughter was in love as soon as my husband put it together. It is her 5th birthday present. It is perfect for her. The pedal was the problem. We contacted Amazon and were displeased because we told them we don't want to return but need the pedal as it's not working and they said they can't help unless I return. I was wondering if I could contact the seller. Within an hour, I responded to the message I had sent. My problem was solved. This is the problem. The left and right pedals should be screwed in the same way. The way we were doing it was the wrong way. Did they suggest how to do it? Done. It is easy to assemble with the tools provided, but a screw driver is needed to put the lights on the bike.
👤My son's 4th birthday is this bike. We got him a seat with training wheels that fits him perfectly. He is just shy of 41" tall. There is a The directions that came with the bike were confusing but assembly was easy. It took 45 minutes to assemble. Keeping the alignment with the front tire was the most difficult part of getting the handbags tightened down. That is a two person job. The rest can be done on their own. There is a The frame, seat, and tires are strong but the front reflectors are not. My son falls and the fender bends out of place. They are easy to push back into place, but I am not happy with how quickly they move. The first spill my son took, the front reflector snapped off, leaving a sharp piece of plastic. I need a new, stronger, reflector after removing it. There is a I think this is a great first bike and well worth the price.
👤We bought this for our 5 year old little girl. It was easy to put together, it was a really cute little bike. The instructions didn't explain everything, but I looked at the pictures and figured it out. The hub doesn't spin very long but she hopes it will help her when she rides it around. Great purchase!
👤We got a blue bike with a different design than the one we bought, but it was light blue. I can't find the bike color that I ordered. My daughter loves her bike, but she would probably love any bike. It's a heavy bike for a young child to hold up and maneuver, and it doesn't come with a kickstand, despite what I read online. I find it very heavy when I have to pick it up. The weight of the bike doesn't matter when my daughter is on it. The handlebars don't adjust up and down, but you can adjust it forward and back, and the pedals don't have any grip so her foot slips from them every now and then. The color I ordered was greenish. I got the blue one with flowers that look exactly like the photo I ordered, but I didn't get the color I ordered. We have already put the seat up as high as it can go, so maybe we should have ordered the next size up for her. When she transitioned from her balance bike to a big girl bike, we had it lower. We never put the training wheels on the bike because she only took 2 days to learn to balance. There is a I wouldn't recommend this bike because of its heavy weight, lack of kickstand, and lack of grip on the pedals.
The 3 in 1 bike have passed the test. If you have a question, please contact them as soon as possible, they will try to solve your problem and give you a satisfactory reply. Sturdy steel frame with paint finish. The training wheels are replaceable.
👤The bike is 6 months old and has been to the shop twice for bearing falling apart. We paid a bike shop to install a new set of bearing. We have several bikes from them and they never have any issues. The bearing fell apart because of the poor threading for the retainer nut. We bought a new bike from the shop we use in town after throwing the bike away.
👤I tried to ride the pedals but he stopped a lot and I didn't know why. He was good at riding the bike.
👤It was a nice gift for kids, it was very heavy, my kids really like it, it is a nice exercise, and the bike is bright, so it can easily be found. When my kids are older, I would buy a 16 inch bike.
👤The bike was a good starter for our 5 year old. I took 1 star away because we had to use advanced tools to assemble the bike and the instructions were not even for it. You have to figure out which apples to use for your bike.
👤Didn't have pedals. The metric size is not found in town without spending $200.
👤The bikes that they have been selling at Walmart have plastic parts, which should be metal parts. I would buy this bike again if I needed it, it's easy to assemble and my son would love it.
👤My kid will get a bike. He loves it. It was easy to put together and looks good. The bike has bright colors.
👤The missing pieces and pedals wouldn't go on.
👤Piezas de fcil manipulacin, viene semi armada, por lo dems tarda unos 15 a 20 minutes.
The JOYSTAR Vintage Girl's bike with 12-inch wheels is the best gift for girls who are between the ages of 2 and 4 years old. This bicycle has a good fit and low gear for easy pedalling. The Vintage is a great choice for riding to the park or riding on the sidewalk. Sturdy Design - The Hi-Ten steel frame and fork provide great impact resistance when riding over rocky and bumpy terrain, which makes it easy to ride a bicycle. The amazing ride comes ready to rock with resilient wheels, wrapped in rubber off-road tires for outstanding grip and stability in any weather conditions. The coaster brake is a great option for young riders because it is easy to provide stopping power when needed. The enclosed chain guard is for your kids. She's going to have to balance on her own until she's able to point in the right direction. It is easy for her to learn and feel comfortable behind the wheel with the singlespeed drivetrain and soft leather grips. The bicycles come with a basket and stickers that make it more fun for your child to ride. You don't have to worry about damage or maintenance with JOYSTAR's durable steel frame and puncture-proof tires. The kid bike comes with 85% assembled body and the basic assembly tools, perfect customer service and Lifetime Warranty on manufacturing defects for all metal frames, rigid forks, stems, and handlebars.
👤I was hesitant at the price because Walmart bikes are cheaper, but this bike is bigger than those and my 3.5 year old can't ride it. She rides it in the house every single day and it hasn't made it outside yet. I felt the instructions made it harder for me to put it together. I just went with it and threw out the instructions. I love the neutral colors and can't help but brag about it. My daughter put a Z on the bike because it came with stickers. She didn't have enough stickers to put her whole name on. The cushion hand pads on the handle bars are something I like. It was important for me to get a bike that had a slanted bar so that she wouldn't hurt herself when she got off the bike. I am very happy with this bike.
👤This bike looks great. We were excited to assemble. Instructions for a 16inch bike were included in the bike we ordered. It is vastly different. The bike is too small for our 4 YO. It is very heavy. How can a child control a bike? Can you tell me about the pre schooler who is frustrated? Two stars for looks. That is it.
👤My girls love riding the second bike, it looks as good as the first one, and I got a second one. My 6 and 4 year olds have no problem reaching the pedals on the lowest setting, and my 4 year old has no problem reaching the pedals on the highest setting. My daughter loves her bike. The 16” is a good size for a 5 year old, it will last her a few years. It's pretty sturdy. It is good for a little kid to have weight so they can't move it themselves and not light up. It's easy to ensamble.
👤I know how a bike works but assembly instructions are not very good. One of the nuts on the bike is rusty and shows little quality control. If a kid leans too hard on one side getting off the bike, it will flip over, so the training wheels should reach out a little further. We returned a Huffy we bought at Walmart because it was garbage. For double the price, this one is better. The leather grips and seat are nice, but the plastic grips that hold them on fell off before the first ride. 3 stars because its just average for what you pay and average these days One day, I will find a product that is worth the price from a company that puts forth some effort. Until then, typical mediocrity.
👤My granddaughter is 4, tall and thin and loves her bike. It looks like it will grow well with her. I hope the materials hold up. The leather handbar grips are softer than rubber grips and are more friendly for kids. These are deceptive because they are vinyl. I hope they don't split like vinyl often does. I am worried that the tread on the training wheels will not last until she is ready for her two wheel launch. They are very thin and that is a concern. "Miss Pink" is kept away from the elements. There is a The bike is cute and retro. The basket is made of plastic.
On the frame and fork, it is a lifetime. 1. It's easy to put together. The bike is assembled. The installation of the front wheel and brake is much simpler compared to 85% bikes. Assembly tools and instructions are included. 2. The design is unique. A square tube frame is fashionable. It is safe and stable. The front handbrake and coaster brake are on. The seat and handlebars are suitable for different heights. 3. It is easier to ride. Royalbaby sealed bearing has been used since 2019. The Royalbaby brake lever is exclusive to little riders. 4. Kids are safe on their bike. Safety grips, soft seat, sturdy steel frame, enclosed chainguard, brakes, and non slip pedal. Bikes are stronger and more durable with 1.2mm steel tubes and wide tires. 5. There are more size options. You can find a perfect size for your kids with their easy to follow chart. The kids height should be taken into account.
👤It's pretty good. There is a It will take a lot of time, tools, and profanity to get the chain back together after it derails. You will do it wrong the first time. Don't put the bell in if you have an almost four-year-old who will hit you in the face while you put it back together. This is more parenting advice than a review of the bike. There is a The kid doesn't contact a lot of grease on the bike and the chain is shrouded. I like how it can be adjusted. We could get a few more months of use out of the main tube if it were telescoped. As far as the first bikes for a three-year-old go? This thing is great.
👤This is a Christmas present for our son who is 14 years old. It's a perfect fit, with the seat all the way at the bottom. He will be able to use it for a couple more years before he stops using it. There is a The bike was easy to assemble and my mom did it in 20 minutes. He got the hang of the bike in 10 minutes. I figured out how to use both types of brakes. The bike is a great value. I researched bikes for a while before making a decision. I am very happy with my purchase.
👤I want to love this bike but it has a lot of issues. The pedal doesn't come with a kick stand, and it has a click with each rotation. I tried to reach the company. It has been a week without a reply. There is a This is the second bike we have. Her big sister had one before. We love the older bike, but this one has too many issues. I hope the company fixes the review.
👤The rear wheel doesn't seem to spin freely, as some others have pointed out, as it feels heavier than the listed weight. Everything feels a little tight. I removed the training wheels so my son could try without them, and noticed that the nuts and bolts holding the training wheels have already rusted. Quality was not as expected. I bought after reading the good reviews, but have been disappointed.
👤My daughter just turned 6 and I bought her a bike. It was love at first sight. This is a great bike for kids. It looks like a high end road bike. The pink and the name "Buttons" say it's for a girl, but the look of the bike says it's still the real deal. The assembly was easy, but the instruction sheet was too small for my eyes. It took me about 20 minutes to open the box and assemble it. I used my own tools, but the ones in the kit were adequate. There is a My daughter wanted to ride it. She's only 3.5 feet tall. I bought the 16-inch wheel model hoping she would use it for a long time. She can only get the balls of her feet on the ground when she's sitting with the seat as low as I can get it. We took it out to the driveway, and she climbed on. There is a And took off. The wide road tires give the little rider confidence, and the gear ratio gives a lot of oomph from pedaling. It's fast. I was concerned about the limited range of motion of the handlebars when she went for her first turn, but she made a pretty sharp turn and didn't have to worry about it. I'm going to have to buy a stupid bike because she wants to ride every day. Is that what this is? A trick to get me to buy a bike for myself? The bike is called Buttons. They're going to be friends for a long time. The bell is cute.
It is fun and safe for kids to ride because of the short-reach brake levers, lower stand-over height, and protective stem pad. The quick release seat makes the height adjustment simpler. When the training wheel is off, saddle with holder to learn riding. The bike will grow with your child. Safe and durable- The bike comes with two types of brakes, the hand brake and the foot brake. A chain guard is Enclosed to prevent your child from touching the chain. The frame is backed by a LIFETIME warranty, and it is made of durable hi-ten steel. The Retro soft seat and handlebar give your kids the most comfortable and safe ride as well as the best riding experience ever. The single speed drivetrain is reliable. The handlebars are designed for children to steer the bike. It's easy to install. The children bike is 85 percent assembled and comes with the basic assembly tools, but a few pars need to be added to the bike, it will take about 20 minutes. Please contact them if you have a problem with the bike. The 12'' bike is designed for children 1 - 4 years old or 32-38 inches tall, the 14'' bike is for children 3 - 5 years old or 35-43 inches tall, and the 16'' bike is for children 4 - 8 years.
👤The first bike we received was faulty and we were unable to install the front tire. There was no way to make it work because the pieces didn't line up correctly. I really liked this bike. I went with a replacement instead of a refund. I wanted this size for my daughter because the stores in my area don't sell 14 inch bikes. The reviewers that did not receive a bike had good things to say about it. My daughter loves her bike and the replacement was good.
👤Excellent bike. We bought this to help our 5 year old off her bike. It is the perfect height for her. She is about average height for her age. The materials seem sturdy and well made, and the seat and handle add a vintage look. I want to buy my son a bike when he is ready so we can have a quality bike when the time comes.
👤I bought my son a bicycle for Christmas. I was going to order the 14" wheel size but he is exactly 40" The maximum height for the 14" was recommended by the manufacturer. The minimum recommended height for a 16" wheel was 38", so I assumed it would be 16. I assembled it after getting the 16. He can only reach the ground on his tip toes with the seat at the lowest position. It makes it difficult for someone who is still learning. It is difficult for someone just 40 years old to ride a heavy bicycle. Even with training wheels, he can't zip about on his balance bike. I would swap it for the 14" if I weren't living in the USA. He will have to wait until he is taller. There is a The quality of the bicycle is okay, what I expected. It could have been packaged with more protection. It was in the box and had a few scratches.
👤The training wheels are 18” I tried to put the bike together with the instructions, but it was difficult. They graciously added in the photos of the bike with the video. It took an hour, but it was much easier. This is a nice bike and I can't wait for my grandson to come for Christmas!
👤Well packaged and ready to assemble. The lubricating seat and handler-bar tubes will save you a lot of headaches down the road. Even a light brush of oil can help grease. There is a My child loves the bell on it.
6 month warranty on quality guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with the purchase you have made, do not hesitate to email them, they will make sure to solve any problems for you as soon as possible. You can return the product for a full refund. The Schwinn elm girl's bike is designed for children 3 - 5 years old or 38 - 48 inches tall. The elm is a great choice for riding to the park or riding on the sidewalk. Schwinn's SmartStart Technology makes this bike easier to start and use, with lighter frame, cranks and pedals positioned forward, and smaller grips and seat. The bike has a rear coaster brake and a front caliper brake, which are similar to adult bikes, to help younger riders transition to a hand-brake-only bike. The Schwinn Elm girl's bike can be adjusted with ease using the saddle, seat post, and slack seat-tube angle. The Q-Factor technology has narrower pedal positions that match the width of a child's hips, allowing for easier peddling and handling.
👤I cannot recommend this bike as it broke after a few uses. There is a My husband put it together. It wasn't very difficult, but took a bit more time than we thought it would. The peddles lost after three uses. What? We made sure everything was secure so our five-year old didn't fall because something came apart. A piece fell off as she rode into the inside of the chain area after a ride or two. I don't know what to say. The chain seems to have slipped, but there's a piece that is irretrievable. I'm very disappointed. I thought buying a Schwinn would help us avoid issues like this. Guess not. I can't find a way to return the bike or exchange it, which is really upsetting as it's useless.
👤Thanks for ruining our daughter's birthday. The bike is not drivable because of the bent fork connecting to the steering wheel. Hope this doesn't happen to anyone else.
👤I thought the bike was better quality than the store. It was easy for anyone with a mechanical know how. The quality of the hubs, bearings, and anything that rotates was terrible. My 4 year old daughter had a hard time riding this thing. I did everything I could, except disassemble the hubs. This thing would stop going downhill. Terrible work. There is a The brakes are worth $2. I would want to trust the quality of what I would get for my baby. There is a If you return for a refund, you will get something that rolls.
👤When I opened the box to assemble the bike, I noticed that the basket had a large crack on the side. Which made me question the quality of the purchase. I can't review how the bike feels when it's wrapped because it won't be ridden until Christmas morning. Once my niece rides this bike, I will review it again. It would be great if the company could send a replacement basket.
👤Exactly what we were looking for. For our daughter, we got this. She really wanted a bike that was teal and this was perfect. We had her try a lot of different bikes to make sure she would be comfortable on them. She's still getting used to riding bikes without training wheels, but it's difficult for me to keep an eye on her because we live in a rural area where there's a lot of dirt and the only place she can ride is in the street. She needs the foot breaks until she transitions to a hand break only bike. The only bike I could find that was all we needed was this one, and it had hand and foot breaks. The BMX style bikes were not comfortable for her because you have to lean farther forward to reach the handles. This one has a more comfortable seat than the BMX style bikes that we tried, and it gives you a more upright posture. She hasn't been able to ride it much but it looks like a very well made and sturdy bike that I expect to last for many years, and she hasn't been able to ride it much but it looks like a very well made and sturdy bike that she hasn't been She loves it and I love it. My husband put it together quickly. Definitely recommend. The price tag was a bit more than I wanted to spend, but for the quality and everything we were looking for, it was definitely worth it. Shipping was fast and painless.
We can offer a life time warranty on the training wheels, other than tire and tubes, because they are so confident in the quality of the products. Also, note: The pedals are in a cardboard box. The Schwinn Koen boy's bike has 14-inch wheels and is designed for children 3 - 4 years old. The Koen can be used for riding to the park or riding on the sidewalk. The Schwinn's SmartStart Technology bike is designed for kids, with lighter frame, cranks and pedals positioned forward, geared for easier starting, and smaller grips and seat. The bike has a rear coaster brake and a front caliper brake, which are similar to adult bikes, to help younger riders transition to a hand-brake only bike. The Schwinn Koen boy's bike can grow with your child and be prepared for a full-sized bicycle with the help of theadjustable saddle, seat post, and slack seat-tube angle. The Schwinn Koen boy's bike with 14-inch wheels comes ready to be assembled and includes the following: training wheels, saddle handle, chainguard, and number plate.
👤I bought the red version from Amazon Warehouse. The bike was not put together before the box was opened. The number plate was missing a screw and the sticker on the front was scratched. Not a big deal. There is a The bike went together quickly. I backed off the top nut because the steering tube was not feeling well. The chain and rear wheel were very tight. I was able to loosen that up a bit. I didn't need the manual for the rest of the assembly, it's a bicycle, not a rocket engine. There is a I think the ergonomics and the SmartStart system are great. The bicycle looks like it was made for a child. The proportions are perfect for my son and it's not all folded up like most children's bikes. Really impressed. There is a My son is tall and has a small inseam. He has room to grow and the 14" bike is perfect for it. He's able to put his toes down which gives him confidence and he still has enough room to pedal. I was very happy with the purchase. The price is the best on the market for a child's pedal bike. Highly recommended.
👤I was very excited to give my son his first bike, but I am a little disappointed in it. There is a manual. The paint on the bike is high quality. It was well packaged. I will give them that. I was annoyed for the first 20 minutes, then realized that the instructions were hidden in the seat package. There is a The instructions were too general. I don't need to read through three different bike assembly instructions for three different bike styles and watch three videos to figure out what I need to do to assemble. It would have taken a 30 Min assembly to be done. Schwinn should have a video on proper assembly of the brakes since it says in the booklet that ”improper assembly can result in injury or death” Just give me the instructions. The front brake was garbage and it was pointless to add it to a kids bike. There is a The size chart should have been on this listing or on the Schwinn website. I bought a 14” bike for my son, who is 3 and 40 years old. I think I bought the correct size, but the instruction manual says he is at the max height for the bike. I believe he can get one season out of it. That is disappointing. The most popular bikes are 12” and 16” Function: The training wheels are falling off on the first ride out even though I thought the issue was me not tightening properly, and it keeps happening no matter how tight we make them. Maybe it was me. The cheap plastic seat is not very comfortable and I think it will break. The pedals are hard for a child to use. The front brake is useless. I had to take the break apart many times to get it to fit the wheel right, and I am sure my son will never use a backpedal as there is a front brake.
For bike type, it's for any standard straight bicycle or stunt scooter handle bar. The build is BMX-inspired. BMX is about fun, creativity, freedom, and friends. They designed a bike with knobby tires, upright handlebars, and an extremely durable frame. The next BMX star will love this bike. It's exclusive for kids. The components were redesign to fit the needs of children. Their exclusive design of seal bearing, shorter travel distance brakes, and durable frame will make your little one's adventures safe and sound. For now, and the future. The freestyle has extra wide tires and pedals that make it easy to ride even for beginners. The saddle and stem make it futureproof for taller kids. There is safety. Millions of families in more than 80 countries trust the RoyalBaby bike because it complies with the highest industrial standards. The easy assembly-Royal Baby is pre-assembled with an instruction manual and tools in the box.
👤I used to work in a bike shop that sold low-mid price bicycles. I spent a lot of time fixing them. Lower-end bikes had a lot of issues. After reading reviews, I decided to get a Royal Baby for my son. When it arrived, I gave it my usual thorough review. The parts seemed to be of good quality. The finish was perfect. The bicycle had the same things as any other bicycle: pedals, handlebars, seat, accessories. The parts were perfect on the first try. No fighting, no twisting and pulling. It comes with cheap tools to help with assembly, so you don't have to worry about finding a pedal wrench or the right size metric allen. I began to look at the mechanics. The tires were very sturdy. It was normal for bikes in the $100-150 range to have no noticeable wobble. The brakes were adjusted. They had the perfect amount of pull and were centered on the rim. There is a It seems like a quality bike for the price and I am happy with the purchase.
👤I bought two of them. My daughter will be turning 5 next week and I wanted to give her a pink bike. I did not take her measurements, but she is a size 6 in tops and pants. The bike is big for her and she can't handle it without the training wheels. I would have bought her a size down to start off with if I had known what I know now. She can ride this with the training wheels, but we will keep her smaller bike until she is used to it. There is a My 7 1/2 year old son is a size 7 for comparison, but I did not have any measurements for the 18 inch blue bike. The bike is just right for growing. It would have been too large for him. I think this is a great bike. I like the look of it and it is sturdy. We live on a farm, so no sidewalks, and the pink is still feminine, but has black tires, not the white tires that most little girls bikes have. There is dirt, gravel and grass to ride on. The bikes ride well on rough terrain. There is a The bikes came with a water bottle. There is a The white seat on the bike looks like a hand grip in the back. The black seat on the bike is similar to a normal bike seat. The kids have not mentioned that they dislike their seats. My daughter is still getting used to using the brake on her bike, but it is a nice feature. I would suggest getting the hang of that before you go down a hill. The assembly was easy. It took 15 minutes per bike to get everything ready. One bike had the tires ready to go and the other had to have the tires inflated. There is a I am very pleased with the purchase of these bikes, they have been great so far.
The right bike for your kids is the BMW kids' bike with 14 inches wheels. The 12" balance bike is a great first bike for your child to learn the basics of biking and having fun. This is the perfect bike for beginners. All children from 2 years to 6 years old are designed to fit. It is easy to exaggerate. It will take just 5 minutes to install the seat, handlebars, and wheels on the partially assembled bike, you just need to put them in the right position. The handlebars and seat are adjusted. The balance training bike has a seat and handlebars that can be adjusted. The child can be adjusted easily. The seat can be adjusted from 38 to 48 cm. The true feel for riding a bike can be experienced with the 12” air-filled vests. The pavement is better with air-filled rubber tires. The result? A smooth and fluid riding experience. There is safety. Your child's bike is built and inspected to make sure it is safe. Each frame is built to way exceed the weight limits of even larger children because of the safety washers and wheels.
Huffy has a limited lifetime frame warranty. The age range is ideal for ages 3-6. Finish: The liquid blue color really stands out. A metaloid finish uses an eco-friendly process to deliver a reflective surface. The single-speed bicycle is built to last and features cool graphics. The padded seat is comfortable for young riders. The post is for a vehicle. Quick and easy height adjustment can be achieved with alloy quick-release. BRAKES: Front suspension is easy to ride. The sidewalk has bumps on it.
Girls BMX bike with front hand and rear coaster brakes. There is a custom bag, frame pads, and streamers. The training wheels are changeable. The frame and fork have a lifetime warranty. The bike dimensions are 33" x 23" x 52"
👤We almost didn't buy this bike because of the negative reviews. We decided to give it a try as a replacement gift for a neighbor. My husband is a junky from mountain biking. Being a guru with brands. He wants to write a five star review. He said it was easy to put together, tires fit into forks easily, colors are perfect for a girl, and there is no hand brakes to tackle up. Give it a try. She liked it.
👤Our daughter's sixth birthday is when this bike was bought. It took about 30 minutes to assemble. The front wheel was challenging. Our daughter immediately took it for a spin after seeing it. She was able to learn to ride it after riding the training wheels off. They were hard to keep in place despite what I thought was adequate tightening. They came off while she was in motion. She didn't have any accidents because her instinct kicked in. The price is right for this bicycle and the kid was happy. If your child is ready to learn to ride, this is a good first bike. The bike was done by the end of last fall. It's sitting in the garage. The seat is not assembled correctly and the back tire has separated from the rim. It is cheap but it may not last long. I removed a star because of this.
👤Don't buy this unless you want to fit the front wheel on the bike. The front fork is too narrow for the wheel and can't be widened by hand, so you can't attach the wheel. The company doesn't care about quality control, as the issues were reported six months ago and haven't been fixed. There is a I had to dig out metal debris from the front steerer tube in order to get the handlebars to fit. S.
👤The pros are 1. The item is in line with the description. The colors look like online images. 2. The bike fits my daughter perfectly at the lowest seat position with room to grow, she is 3.5 years old and 42" tall. The assembly was fairly easy, though instructions are not included, so you have to have some basic knowledge of how things fit together on a bike. There is a They had a cons. The pre-assembled parts of the bike show signs of poor craftsmanship and need to be adjusted. The pedals and back wheel are very tight, making it difficult for your child to start riding. We had to disassemble and loosen the back wheel and pedal assembly to make it easier for my daughter to ride and maneuver the bike. She is very happy with her bike after the tune-up. Unless you are prepared to perform a similar tune-up, you are making it too difficult for your child to ride this bike and setting them up for failure. What is important to you is what you choose.
👤Cute. It's pretty simple. If you don't know what you're doing, you can put it together in an hour. Took me about 20. Nice tires that need to be inflated. Training wheels can be adjusted from the ground to about 1 inch off for less stability and more 2 wheeled riding. The handle grips were flat on the grip due to being squeezed in multiple spots. The babydoll seat was separated.
Bicycle for kids 3-5 boy products from Joystar. In this article about bicycle for kids 3-5 boy you can see why people choose the product. Dynacraft and Joystar are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle for kids 3-5 boy.
Joystar, Dynacraft and Joystar are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle for kids 3-5 boy. Find the detail in this article. Royalbaby, Petimini and Schwinn are also brands that their products are worth to check.