RoyalBaby BMX Freestyle Kids Bikes, 12 inch, 14 inch, 16 inch, in 6 colors, Boy’s Bikes and Girl’s Bikes with training wheels, Gifts for children
Size: 14 inchColor: Green Verified Purchase
We gave this bike to our grandson who just turned 4. It was super easy to assemble and it looks great. Our grandson loves it. It seems sturdy and well built. The green is a great color and I like that there are no cheap BMX-looking extras/decals on it. It’s just a simple, nice looking big boy bike.
We got the 14″ size, which is just right. Our grandson is 40″ tall, and with the seat set to the lowest adjustment, his toes can reach the ground just fine (not flat footed though). His legs are not extending quite enough when peddling, so as soon as he is more adept at riding, we will raise the seat a little.
Maybe after a few months I will post an update to share how the bike is holding up.
My son calls this his motorcycle (well, it is a Kawasaki, right?). First off… he is very hard on toys! So far the only thing that is suffering on his bike are the stickers. He is only 35″ tall and he cannot really peddle the bike just yet. He scoots and knows his feet are suppose to be on the peddles. He does get a little frustrated but I swear that if we had gotten this when he was younger (he’s 2) he would have never learned to walk because he’s been riding it since his first diaper change this morning.
This is just a bike and it does not make any special sounds, requires no batteries, nor is there much distraction with flashy characters and massive decoration. Putting it together requires a hammer and a screwdriver. The hammer is very important because the rear wheel assembly is very tight. It wasn’t greatly difficult but you did have to make sure you followed the instructions on this one. We put it together in 10 or 15 minutes. Probably 15 since the boy was trying to help. The space under the seat is actually pretty big. He has a play phone he keeps in it plus his cheerios cup and a sippy cup can fit. So far so good… but we did just get it. If it breaks I’ll update this with a time of how long it lasted.
We just now passed this tricycle on to another little boy. At 4 years old my boy is now on a real bike and we just didn’t need this one. It looks exactly as it did when we got it with only slight wear on the stickers. It was left out on our patio in the hot morning sun, rain, sprinklers, cold and such. It showed no fading nor brittleness of the plastic after nearly 2 years. Woohoo!
By Prog Dad
I bought this bike for my 3 1/2 year old son. It was easy to assemble, felt sturdy, and looked very cool once it was put together.
My only problem was my son is too big for it so I had to return it, (which he didn’t like!). This is a 12″ bike and I later found out my son needed a 16″ bike for his height. (A bike store will have a size chart for your child if you are unsure as to what size to buy.)
The seller did a great job getting this to me on time and helping me get it returned.
RoyalBaby Stargirl Girl’s Bike with Training Wheels and Basket, Perfect Gift for Kids. 12 Inch, 14 Inch, 16 Inch, Blue / Pink
Size: 14-InchColor: Blue Verified Purchase
Size: 12-InchColor: Silver Verified Purchase
I purchased this for my two-year old, who instantly fell in love with it. It assemble with ease and my son now wants to take it everywhere, including all over the inside of our house.
I tried purchasing this elsewhere and everywhere I could find it the price was substantially higher ($100+). Even though this is still pretty steep in price for a toddlers bike, this was a steal in my book.
Color: Blush Pink Verified Purchase
I specifically bought this bike because of the handle bars. This one is just a T where some of the others have a post that and then they handle bars are extended out and attacked. I could only think that my daughter would go chest first into that post and it would hurt. But with this one there is a solid bar all the way across so if there was impact it would be lessened due to the surface area.
Also the adjust-ability of the seat and handle bars are great. Also the frame dropping down to give a nice step through area is great for when your kid is almost big enough to ride it. the no flat tires are also a bonus as I wont’t have to make sure they are filled with air. Minimal assembly required, make sure to tighten all the nuts and bolts. The tires came pre-attached and the nuts were loose.