Top positive review
There aren’t a lot of 14” bikes
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 4, 2022
It’s hard to find a 14” bike, usually we buy bike shop bikes, but my kid was in between the 12” balance bike and the 16” that was going to be a hand-me down from my son. I needed a 14” to get her leg strength up, knowing that she was going to outgrow it by the end of summer and my options were slim for under $300. This bike was really well made for the price and offers a lot of options I want in a learning bike. It would be nice if the hand brake was on the rear instead of the front like it is on the SE and Fuji 16”bikes that we bought, and ít’s hard to squeeze, but other than that, it’s good for learning. I really love how the training wheels are independent of the rear axle, so I don’t have to adjust the rear wheel to move the training wheels, that’s a nice feature. Other than that, it’s a kids bike. She rides it and beats it up and I don’t have to think all that much about it.