The frame is built to last and backed by a limited lifetime warranty. The bike comes with a bell, a water bottle, training wheels, and a kickstand. It is easy to adjust the height of the seat with the quick release seat post. It is easy to put together. Only the training wheels, handlebars and saddle are required for the bike to be assembled. Assembly tools are included. The seat has a high back. Also features a sturdy steel frame, a one-piece crank, ball bearing drive shaft, a full chain guard and steel wheels with pneumatic rubber 2.4" wide knobby tires. There are many options for learning to stop with the combination of a front and rear band brake. The training wheels have extra rubber to reduce noise.
👤I was surprised by the number of reviews. The bike is too heavy for a young rider. I was worried that my 4-year-old would get hurt if the bike landed on him while he was learning to ride, because it was 75% of his weight. It was difficult for him to get the bike going because of the weight. We can buy a high-quality aluminum frame bike at our local bike store for just a little bit more, since it is a sturdy and nice-looking bike.
👤The bikes for our four year old twins are very nice. The transition from smaller bikes to training wheels was an immediate success. The bikes look good and come in two colors that are pleasing to both boys. Assembly was easy. Our family enjoys using bikes and scooters together. When researching bikes for kids near this age, I noticed that some articles suggested doing away with training wheels. I don't know what the logic is behind that, our kids appreciate having them for support, and when the time is right, we'll remove the extra wheels. Immediate fun and no tears.
👤My son loves his bike. The bike was easy to assemble. The bike looks exactly like the picture and when the training wheels come off they have provided a kickstand in addition to all the other cool features. The price wasn't bad either. He likes this bike the best because it's faster and more smooth than his first bike.
👤This thing is 30 lbs. My daughter is 30 lbs and can push this thing up a hill. This is a sturdy bike, but maybe too much. It became apparent that this was not going to work because it was too heavy. I bought a Nice brand bike with mistranslated stickers and sent it back, but it broke at 35 days after I bought it. I finally paid for the guardian bike. It matters. The 14 inch guardian bike is 16 lbs.
👤The bike was not damaged. It is easy to assemble. It was the perfect size for my toddler. The tools are provided by them. He loves the bike and bell. There is a The price was over-priced. I didn't get this bike because it was out of stock, but it's $200+ and nothing special. The instructions are garbage. I had trouble attaching the left pedal and thought I was getting two right pedals. I had to twist left to tighten. My main issue is the pedals. The pedals aren't your breaks, so instead they are pushed backwards, which means they won't move the bike. Probably should have had pedal breaks. My son will push the pedals backwards all day. The tires seem to be deflated. The bike is large for a toddler. It matters when it falls on them. There is a The bike was overpriced. It's easy to assemble. My son likes it. We need to work a bit more to break. Be sure to tighten everything as much as possible. My son's seat started twisting when he sat on it so I could adjust it. I had to go back in and tighten it up. Will update if there are any issues.
It takes less than 10 minutes to assemble the tent and requires no tools. If you want to protect the bicycle shed more from the elements, you can bend the frame into an arch with a little force and use a shorter frame to open the width to use. 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. It was safer riding. Safe grips and handbrake, Front caliper brake and rear coaster brake offer double safer, Wide 2.4” pneumatic tires add more stability, Sturdy steel frame,Crank, Non-slip resin pedal,Chainguard. 3. It is easier to ride. Royalbaby sealed bearing has been used since the beginning of the year to give little riders a smooth ride. 4. The design and color are amazing. Bright colors, stylish and charming. Adding a bike bell and decals to the ride makes it even more fun. The handle on the seat makes it easier to grab the bike. 5. There are more size options. There are 12,14,16,18,20 inches available. You can find a perfect size for your beloved with their easy-to- follow chart. The kids height should be taken into account.
👤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.
Please check the size. The 12'' bike is designed for children 1 - 4 years old, the 14'' bike is for children 3 - 5 years old, and the 16'' bike is for children 4 - 8 years old. The design of the 4 in 1 Kids Training Bike makes it easy to switch between bikes. The buttons on the Handlebar, pedals, and training wheels can be removed with a quick push. The saddle height can be adjusted from 13 to 15.7 inch. It's perfect for growing kids. A bike is loaded with more than 100 lbs. A great gift for a young child. The bike is made of carbon steel and puncture proof tires. It is strong and durable to fit on any surface. If you have any questions, please contact them as soon as possible, they will try their best to solve your problem and give you a satisfactory reply.
👤My 4 year old refuses to use pedals and I can't find a bike with optional pedals that also had training wheels. I found this bike. It takes 10 minutes to assemble. The wheels are not hard plastic and don't make noise. Same with training wheels. The quick release for training wheels is a great idea. I will be able to add pedals easily when my little one is ready. I would like it to come in more colors.
👤This little bike is perfect for my two year old. He has a blast in it. It is great for both indoors and outdoors. It is perfectly comfortable and convenient.
👤My boy was 3 years old. He likes this bike. He rides every day.
👤My three-year-old helped assemble the bike for me.
👤It's easy to snap on and off. Stable!
👤My son loves it.
👤The bike is not very well made. It looks like it is cheap plastic. I don't think my grandson would be able to ride outside.
👤The Eilsorrn Balance Bike for kids is pretty good, but I suggest only considering it for 3 of the configurations. There is a The balance bike is a transformer. You can use it in four different configurations. The first three are viable options, but it is difficult for young kids to use it without training wheels. There is a It's easy to assemble and reconfigure the bike. You can put pieces on and off with tension tabs. I liked the design feature. I never had to adjust the handlebar piece after it clicked in, because it was difficult to get it to snap in. You can tighten the seat with an attached clamp if you put the post into the body tube. As your child grows, it will allow you to adjust the seat. There is a The bike is light and heavy. The kids should be able to handle it, and they can move it around once they are 4. The tires are the weakest part of the bike. They are not made of rubber. They are lightweight and have some rigidity. I don't know if the long term durability of the tires is something that will last, but I think that would be the first thing to fail on the bike. After a couple weeks of use, the foamy-plastic has little micro-dents. I'm not sure what it will look like after two summers of use. The configurations work as expected. The bike becomes a tricycle when you put the pedals on it and kids have enough leg strength to pedal. If you leave the pedals on, it's hard for little kids to have enough strength to pedal and keep moving, since they can't balance a regular bike at a young age. I wouldn't buy this thing for your kid to use as a bike, even if they could pull it off. They can use it as a balance bike and occasionally pedal, but they are not going to continuously pedal around the block like that. There is a I think this is a 4-star bike. You can use it as a fake tricycle and then get a balance bike. The convenience of being able to pop pedals and training wheels on and off is appealing if you get two good summers out of it.
There is a 2-year warranty. The GOMO is made with safe plastic finishes for less damage to the bike. Choose the one that they think is the most cool. The GOMO has a 2-year manufacturing warranty. Stickers will be applied during assembly. It's designed for stability and control. The dimensions of the ride-on. 14.25"W X 14.5"H 23.5"L The Push Button will allow your little one to rock out. Your child will be riding in safety and style with easy- grip handle bars.
👤It was already assembled in three big pieces, but it was missing the key part that linked all three together. I didn't have the strength to tell my two year old that it was broken. Fortunately my pack rat husband had the right size lag bolts to cobble it together. I had to disassemble the steering section to fit the new bolt. If it cost more than I paid for, I would just return the rest of the junk. This transaction was very disappointing.
👤I just put the big wheel together and there are no stickers in the box. My grandson is going to ride a toy tomorrow. There is a The assembly process is hard for me. Very disappointed. I am starting to be disappointed by Amazon purchases.
👤Do not buy. It is very flimsy. Probably made in North Korea. After reading my report, you should buy a better one for your child. It was thrown in the recycle bin. It is pure junk and embarrassing to give it to someone. Absolutely trash. The company should be ashamed of this product. Its terrible.
👤My nephew couldn't sell anything because this is so small. The age requirements are not required. It is made of cheap plastic and there is no traction on it. You have to push them around with their legs up. He was excited but there was no way he could use it. This product was very disappointing.
👤The design of the pedals is poor, relying on plastic to stay in the wheel to provide Torque. It's difficult to get back in without taking the wheel apart when the plastic rectangle pops out when you push on the pedal a few times. You end up turning the pedals without turning the wheel. We fixed it a few times, but eventually gave up. It was badly designed to save money.
👤The toy says it's for 2 to 4 year olds. When my son was 3 years old, he was an average size for his age. He is 31 years old and 39 years old. His knees hit the handle bars making it very hard for him to pedal. The description is not accurate when it comes to who the toy is for. It wouldn't fit a 4 year old. We didn't get to return this item because it was a birthday gift and we didn't get to open it until our son's birthday, which was outside the window for return.
Better service to clear worry with a 12-month warranty. Gonex wants to provide the best products with the best prices and service. They sent the bike to many people and they were satisfied with it. They will try their best to figure out your issues if you contact them. The Schwinn Koen boy's bike is designed for children 2 - 4 years old or 28 - 38 inches tall. 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 12-inch wheels comes ready to be assembled and includes the following: training wheels, saddle handle, chainguard, and number plate.
👤I was considering a bicycle for my boy. The Schwinn has a back pedal that breaks and a seat that is comfortable for a child as small as 28 inches. My boy is 30 lbs and the bike is over 20 lbs, which is too heavy for him to handle. The seat is an average one, but the chain was so tight it was difficult for me to ride a bike. I was not happy. I would really like to be.
👤Maybe my kid was pedaling wrong, but the left pedal fell off. The bike is useless because my kid has to stop and have me install his pedal on to have to put it on within a minute. This has been happening outside of the box. We didn't notice because he only rode for a few minutes and didn't have the strength to move.
👤I bought it for my child. He likes it. He is perfect for his size, but he is on the 90 percentile for height.
👤The bike couldn't get a cuter. It's three years old and it's great. I highly recommend.
👤Birthday gift for grandson. We'll make a bike.
👤The bike was nice, but the petals wouldn't turn while pedaling, making it almost impossible for my grandson to ride.
👤The bike came without peddles.
👤It was easy to get ready and it seemed like a really high quality bike.
👤The instructions for the bike were difficult and not easy to understand, maybe this was just me, we liked the bike and it was good value. I usually have no issues putting things together.
👤The training wheels don't align with the bicycle tire which doesn't serve my purpose and it takes time and not easy to assemble a bicycle.
👤The bike is blue. There is a The only thing that's different is that one of the tires was flat when we received it, and we only put it together the night before our little boys birthday. He couldn't ride it immediately.
👤It's easy to assemble, but instructions could be a bit more detailed. It's worth it at the price.
👤It was easy to assemble and my 4 year old was happy with it. It was a good value for my money and seemed to have good strength.
What Do You Get-JOYSTAR has the best gift for your kids. The Petal Girls bikes are designed to be enjoyed. They have a better fit for easy pedalling and have a low gearing. The back pedal brakes are easy to use. They have made sure that their first ride is enjoyable and safe. Theurdy Hi-Ten steel frame and fork provide awesome impact resistance when riding over rocky and bumpy terrain, easily survive the multiple bumps of learning balance. 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. Young riders can use the safe for young rider-coaster brake to stay in full control, it's easy to provide stopping power when needed. 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 smaller grip design. The bicycles come with streamers and decals that make them more fun to ride. The 12 inch bike is suitable for girls between the ages of 2 and 4 years old, the 14 inch bike is suitable for girls between the ages of 3 and 5 years old, and the 16 inch bike is suitable for girls between the ages of 7 and 11 years old. Adult assembly is required. The bike comes with 85% assembled body, basic assembly tools, and a limited lifetime warranty.
👤The bike is cute. It is a great bike for a young child. I was pleasantly surprised by the strength of it. It took my husband 45 minutes to assemble. My daughter loves the bike and has not had any problems riding it. The 14inch purple was ordered by us.
👤This is not a well-made bike. The bike chain fell off several times after my child rode this. If you have to maneuver around an awkwardly placed cover, it's one thing if the chain is easy to place back, but another if you have to do it by mistake. The training wheels kept coming off even though we screwed them back on. The lack of choices during the Pandemic made us not purchase this bike, which was quite expensive for a child's bike of this size. I regret buying it, it only took me a few months to get it. When I asked if there was anything wrong with the cover, they told me there was nothing wrong with it. When I said that the bike chain kept coming off and that it was a frustrating experience, I did not hear anything back from them. We bought another child's bike from Target, and it has held up well. It's better to use a trusted bike name.
👤Our little girl loved the bike we bought for her 3rd birthday. The assembly took 30 minutes. The bike is sturdy and looks good, but it is hard to ride even after adjustments are made. It's not as smooth as it could be. She transitioned from a balance bike to a road bike without the training wheels, but uphill is almost impossible at the moment with the extra resistance. The ground is not as fast as it should be. The resistance on the training wheels wouldn't be that big of a deal because they would stay upright when stopped and at slow speeds. She likes putting her stuffed animals in the basket when she rides. I don't think she will be interested in this bike for more than a year before she buys a bigger bike. It is a nice looking bike with a basket for a little girl.
👤The product was what was advertised. Assembly was easy for those with little mechanical knowledge. There is a The only complaint I have is to get the bike to work, as I felt it should be done in a more orderly fashion, as things weren't perfect in line and over right. A person without bike knowledge would think it was terrible.
👤The little girl is riding a bike. The basket is adorable with its flowers and the colors are pretty. The bike is sturdy. It was well packed and only required minor assembly, which my husband did in 15 minutes. We did not use the training wheels. I think they are made well. My daughter is 7 years old and I got her a 16 inch wheel bike. I was worried it would be small. It is perfect. We have had no issues with her riding it. I was very pleased with the purchase.
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.
The material is high quality. The Nice C BMX Kids Bike is made from high quality magnesium alloy metals that allow it to be both lightweight and heavy duty. The weight was only 14.2 lbs. The bike is one of the lightest on the market. You can better control the bike with the lightest weight. A single bicycle and dual brake system. The bike has a v-brake in the front and a disc brake in the rear. The setup makes the bike stop at a shorter distance and is more efficient than single-disc brakes. Their BMX bike has thick tires that grip the ground better and improves the overall stability while riding. The wear and tear of the tires can be delayed by multiple rubber layers. There is no need to spend more money on this bike because it has long lasting tires. Their bike comes with training wheels so kids can learn how to ride a bike. It is adjusted. They have a bike that will allow you to adjust the handlebars and seat heights to fit your child's needs. The handlebars can be adjusted from 21 to 25 inches, and the seat height can be adjusted from 17 to 22 inches. They can personalize their new bike with a page of fun stickers.
👤I spent a lot of time reading online about the proper size of bikes for a child who is learning to ride. I found lots of great sites explaining the key designs to the best beginner bikes. Woom, Guardian, Pello, and other brands have made learning to ride easier for little ones with their low weight, long wheel base, and narrow q factor bikes. The price of this bike is 3x what they cost. I am not an expert cyclist and I don't have personal experience with those brands. The following comparisons are based on published specifications. The NiceC bike isn't as good as those brands, but it does offer a bit more for its price. I was not able to find a new 16" bike in the price range that came with handbrakes or was less than 20 lbs, both of which are important factors in determining weight. I bought 2 of these bikes for the twins that will be turning 6 in a month. My son is tall and weighs 46 lbs. He has an inseam of 19 inches. His sister is 47.5 inches tall with an inseam of 20. Both my son and daughter are able to ride without training wheels. I was tempted to return my daughters NiceC to purchase a larger bike after learning more about size. I decided to keep them for this season since they still don't ride without training wheels and they are on the large size. If they don't use training wheels this year, they will be ready for 20 bikes next season. I plan to keep the boys bike for when he is big enough, even though I will be able to recover some of the cost of selling the NiceC next year. There is a There are a few reasons why I take a star away. The height ranges in the photo seem too wide based on research on how to size a bicycle. The NiceC is small for a 47" tall child and a rider that has skill in balance and pedaling at that size should have a larger bike. The wheel base and cockpit are not great. The bicycle length in the photos is reported to be 42.5", however in my measurements it is actually 44.5" The wheel base is comparable to other bikes. The Woom 3 is 28.03", the Royalbaby line lists a 28.5" wheel base, and my kids current 16" Huffy junk bikes are also similar lengths. The Woom 3 Top tube is 15.75" in length and I measured the NiceC at just 13" My daughter's legs will be a bit cramped, however this may seem insignificant. It is comparable to the bikes we currently have, even though it is not matching the top tube/cockpit space of the highest of the high end. Expect the Royal baby bikes to be similar to Huffy/NiceC here, because you can't find any specifications on them. My daughter's legs are close to the handle bars, so she can ride the bike without pedals, and then I will adjust the seat and bars to make more space for pedaling. The instructions were more confusing than just looking at pictures and putting it together. If I had no experience working on bikes, it would have been hard to complete the instructions as the bike comes 90% assembled. They did a great job and included all the tools. It's good to keep them for future projects. I needed pliars to make sure the seat wasn't slipping. The quick release works well now. There are 3 more Quality and brand are uncertain. If you search "magnesium alloy china bike frame", you can find the frame and components. These are both made by companies in China and don't appear to have any reliable information online about the quality or safety. I couldn't find anything about the Duoder rear disk brake. Since these are starting bikes and don't expect my 6 year old's to have extreme or even moderate riding conditions I don't have safety concerns. I wouldn't put my trust in these components for street riding at high speeds. They seem to function well. The brake levers are plastic and will be updated after the season is over. There are four Some of the photos have knobby tread while others have smooth tread. The knobby tread that I received was either from older versions or it was just random. The knobby tread would have been better for gravel and dirt. My daughter will be too small in a year for the cockpit to be small, so I will keep it and give it a try. I don't plan on using training wheels on these. It's important for a child that hasn't learned to ride without training wheels to be able to place both feet on the ground. It should work out for my kids. The inseam is more important than the height and should work out. If it were possible, I would have purchased an 18 NiceC for my daughter. Hopefully this will be offered in the future. If you want to learn to ride by balance first, watch some videos on the internet. The things. I like the bike. The magnesium alloy is light weight and the design looks cool. The champagne and pink look great. It seems strong and I think it will last. The frame looks like a lightning bolt, but I am not sure if we will add any other stickers ordecals. The light weight of this bike makes it stand out over other models in the price range. I did not have the training wheels so I measured 17.9 lbs. Our Huffy bikes are 22 lbs and 20.5 lbs, while the Royal baby freestyle is at least 24 lbs. The Woom 3 is only 11.7 lbs, but I couldn't find any other bike under 20 lbs. Most adults ride bikes that are 20% of their body weight. This isn't possible for kids, but 40% is ideal and this bike meets that requirement. There are two more Having hand breaks was mandatory after reading and knowing my kids experience with pedal braking when learning to pedal. There are legal reasons that most companies sell bikes with coaster breaks, but I think my kids will do better with hand breaks. I plan to teach them to balance and break before they put the pedals on the bikes. There are no new bikes with dual hand break in this price range. I think the disk brake is a cool upgrade. It seems to function well and offers fast breaking ability, although haven't been on the roads yet to verify. There is a This bike is better than the Huffy and Royalbaby bikes that are sold here. I would really like to see a 18" version. I think it will work with my daughter. She may be a little cramped but will update after she gets rid of some. This bike is in a weight class that is well above its sale price due to its light weight frame and lack of a coaster brake. The dual hand brakes and rear disk brake are included in this bike. It was easy to assemble, but the directions are not very clear if you are not handy. I am very excited for my kids to use these once it warms up. Kids took their first rides this weekend and did not have training wheels. They learned how to use the brakes and balance the bikes on the first day. On the second day, we added pedals and tried them. The brakes are not easy to adjust, still have pad rubbing on the disc, and were not fully eliminated after 2 hours of work. You need a number 5 allen wrench to adjust the disc brake. The part of the brake that is different will come apart if you adjust it. Only the 2 top and right side screws can be adjusted. Two people are on top of a disc. Fine tuning of the right pad is possible with the one on the right. I think the discs are not completely flat as there is still some rub, and will eventually take to a professional to see if they can tune it. The silver bike front tire is out of shape and causes wear on the front brake pads. pliers are required to tighten the tube for the seat. There is no way to replace the small plastic piece between the seat tube and clamp because it is non-standard. There is a I am very happy with the bikes, despite the few problems and concerns. If you want a low weight bike that doesn't have a coaster brake, you should read the original review. I intended the bike to be a good learning bike for 6 year olds using the NO training wheel and NO coaster brake method. My kids did this for less than two hours on the second day. If you are going to try, you need to spend some time reviewing the step to teach this and potential risks of not having a coaster brake, as well as teach how to use hand brake prior to learning to pedal. To use a balance bike without pedals, the child should be able to have both feet flat on the ground. You can watch the videos on the internet. My kids are too big for this bike, but I know that buying larger bikes next season is not as important to an experienced rider as learning to ride.
Rev grip makes real motorcycle sounds and gauge lights up. The training wheels have a hot Wheels look. Two-tone black and red tires with white rim. On the frame and fork, it is a lifetime.
👤Time will tell if this bike will hold up. The frame and components seem sturdy. I spent 45 minutes putting it together and adjusting it, but I'm not giving it 5 stars. I had assembled a lot of tools by the time I was done. This thing was assembled in China and was not that expensive compared to other bikes of the same size. If you know how to adjust bike components and have a tool kit, the work888-607-888-607-888-607-888-607-888-607-, you don't expect to slap the thing together and hand it over to the child.
👤I can guarantee that you will get what you pay for if you decide to purchase this bike because it's the cheapest bike you can find. The amount of time and modifications that I had to do to put it together is my biggest issue with this bike. Don't expect to take it out of the box and just tighten the bolts. The crooked tire made it harder to pedal and it was causing the chain to bind. It's an easy adjustment but requires a lot of fiddling to get it right. The bolt that held the front brakes was welded on out of center and crooked. I had to bend the pliers over the wheel to make sure the brakes worked. This bike has a handle that makes sounds when it's rotating. I put it on and it worked, but as soon as I tightened it on the handlebars it broke. I had to disassemble the sound-assembly and fix it. This would be a big deal for someone else. If someone doesn't want to install the cheap part, the bike should come with a spare handlebar grip. The front tire was completely flat and the rear tire needed air. Make sure you have a bicycle tire pump. It took a good hour to get everything into alignment, fixed, and tested, but I am an avid DIYer and am really handy with tools. If you can get past the fixes and alignment issues, it's still a good first bike. If the sound thing lasts and if the training wheels stay on, that's when we'll know.
👤Both pedals are functioning fine on Christmas day. The bolt and washer at the pedal shaft come loose at the end of winter. ightened up and off to ride End of winter month 2 - bolt and washer come loose while riding, chain comes off and bind up. This is not good for an adult, but a new rider? The pedal shaft's bearings fall out when they are destroyed. The housing is damaged by the bearing and ball bearings. The entire frame would have to be replaced. The costumer service asked for photographs. The cost of this bicycle is too high and the amount of effort needed to replace the frame isn't worth it. We put this bike back together using an older bike's bearing. It took a couple hours for it to be over.
👤We were shopping for a bike for my 7yr old son and we thought this was the perfect bike for him. The first issue is that it does not come with the muffler exhaust that it claims to have on it. The quality is not there and the peddles broke. I sent it back, but it's still waiting for credit from the manufacturer.
1. The design and color are amazing. Kids bike with bright colors, stylish and charming. Extra fun is added to the ride by the decals. The seat is soft and comfortable in riding. 2. It's safer to ride! The Front hand caliper Brake with rear coaster/foot brake offer more stopping power with more safety, wide 2.125" pneumatic tires, Sturdy steel frame and crank, Non-slip resin pedal, enclosed chainguard, front & rear reflectors and wheel reflectors are all included. 3. It is easier to ride. The brake lever allows little riders to brake efficiently. The training wheels are replaceable. The single speed drivetrain is reliable. 4. It's easy to assemble! The bike is assembled. The seat, tire and training wheels need to be installed. Assembly tools and instructions are included. Adult assembly is required. 5. There are more size options! The handlebars and seat height can be adjusted. You can use their kids bike size chart to find the perfect size for your beloved bike. The kids height should be taken into account.
👤My 4 year olds birthday is this day. It's sturdy, rides well and he loves it. The instructions are not great. It was not difficult. My son is an average size for his age and it fits perfectly. I was very happy with my purchase. There is a My son still loves it two years later. He is almost ready for the next size. The company reached out to me after I left my review and told me that the handle bars were not straight.
👤Where should I start? The handle bars were upside down. I had to fix them. The included instructions have nothing to do with this bike, the tires need to be inflated, and the refectors keep falling off, and the included number to call for help is in China, it is a long distance call with no toll free number and you get an answering machine in This thing is not worth anything.
👤The brake mechanism on the bike is already mis-aligned, rendering it useless. The seat height adjustor is too tight to be adjusted, and the seat is loose and wiggly, and with no way to keep the seat facing forward, it slides around when riding. The bell broke right out of the box, but I thought it was a mistake. The bike was not real. There is a My 5yo was very happy to receive a brand new bike for her birthday, and took great pains to put the letter stickers on it. She has kept it out of harms way when not in use. This is a huge disappointment for this 3wk old bicycle, it's already a pain to ride.
👤Ok. Here is the deal. I bought this bike for my nephew. There is a We have been taking him to the local BMX Ramp Park with his bike for a few months, and it seems that he is ready for apedal bike. I wanted to get him a bike that looked similar to the BMX stuff that the bigger kids at the Ramp Park ride, but didn't think it was a smart idea to drop $300 on a real bike that he is going to use. All of the inexpensive 12” bikes look pretty childish with all the stickers and crazy stuff. I decided to modify one of them to fit what I wanted. There is a Anyway. I got this bike and immediately eliminated the nonsense I didn't like. I used a grind to remove the mounting tabs from the chain guard. I replaced the silly hand grips with inexpensive BMX style units. I swapped all the silly stickers for real BMX brand logos. The dumb reflectors were taken off the wheels. He got a bike that looked like a BMX Park bike, but it cost me more than the price of the bike, and was less than a Fit Bike Co. There is a Anyway. It seems like build quality is good for the money. Tools are included with the bike, which made assembly easy. All-in-all. It seems like this was a good purchase. Attached pictures do not reflect the product. This bike was modified to fit my needs.
Please let them know if you're not happy with the bike or the results. If you don't like your balance bike, they will buy it back from you. They can fix or replace parts. Boys are learning to ride a BMX bike with coaster brakes. The training wheels are changeable. The frame and fork are one year old. The bike has dimensions of 5 x 43. 75 x 22 25 inches. There are three pounds. Recommended for ages 4 to 8.
👤Don't buy this product. I bought this for my 5 year old. The front wheel didn't fit when we put it together. Not even close! This appears to be a known issue but has been buried on the review board. I had to return the entire bike in order to get a refund. Both the manufacture and Amazon are allowing this issue to continue.
👤I took a chance on this bike for my 4-year-old after reading some mixed reviews, but it was so cheap that I gave it a try, and I did not have the front wheel issue that others have described. This thing is terrible right out of the box. Take a hard pass if you have no mechanical comfort. The bones are not bad, it's just like when they were assembling it, they gave some people who have never ridden a bike some tools to tighten it up. That's a great idea when building a deck, not so much when assembling a bike. Those who described the super-tight wheel bearings were very nice. If I put them on as is, they would be worn out in a month. The fork was so tight that it creaked and grinded when it moved. If my boy started riding, I thought the thing would pop. There is a Why four stars? I took the whole thing apart, re-greased all bearings and reassembled it, because I am very comfortable with bike mechanics. My boy has a big goofy grin on his face because of the big yellow banana that can rip like a hot fire. It's a good bike. There is a You are looking at a $60 kids bike and not a $200 kids bike for a very logical reason. Your child is going to grow up. The difference between a $60 bike and a $200 bike is going to be huge, and this thing is proof positive for that. It's not hard to make a bike run well, things should be tight enough that they don't fall off, and other things can't move. If you don't know how to do that, then you have to pay a company like Trek to do it for you. If you're cool with that, you should save the money and kill some time making this baby purr because it definitely can.
👤Go for it if you know how to adjust wheel bearings. You may want to stay with a local shop. I was surprised by how tight the bearings were. If the increase pressure is not adjusted, it will wear bearings and races. All that resistance adds up to more effort for a little person. I did the adjustments because I can feel it immediately, and it's pretty smooth sailing now. I think they could do a better job setting up the bike for people who don't like to work on bikes. It's a good value for the dollar. We used the "major damage" stickers from another supplier to make my daughter's bumble bee. She likes to make her bike special with decals of flowers and bumble bees. Girls bikes have to be shaped differently. Doesn't have to be that way anymore. Don't get me started with the pink princess garbage. I can't afford the therapy when she's older.
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