ByK E-250 Kid's Bike, 14 inch wheels, 6.5 inch frame, for Boys or Girls, four colors available
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- Frame/Fork: Lightweight Alloy frame with a low gravity concept design
- Wheels/Tires: Dynamic Advantage Tall Alloy Wheels with radial front spokes and low profile, low resistance tires with tough tubes
- Drivetrain: 3 piece alloy crank, single speed, chain guard and KMC chain
- Brakes/Cockpit: Alloy brake levers with short reach, rear coaster brake and front alloy caliper brake with comfort mini saddle and alloy V-bars
- Includes: Stem pad, bell, quick release seat post, detachable push handle and training wheels
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Kids will love learning to ride on the ByK® kids' E-250 14" bike. Its ergonomic frame is made with lightweight alloy, and it features both a side-pull caliper brake and a rear coaster brake for supreme safety. Plus, it comes with training wheels and a removable push handle to help get beginners up to speed and used to balancing.
Size: 14" | Color: Blue
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The instructions were extremely vague and difficult to navigate. After a few hours of struggling through them we finally had the bike assembled.
Only then to find that the back tire tube has a hole and is flat. Unfortunately my return window has elapsed so I am stuck with a unusable bike for my 4 year old.
What angers me even more are the similar reviews and stories I now see over the past few months. Looks like we bought a batch of defective bikes. I'm hoping the manufacturer will be able to help me tomorrow when their phones open.
When compared to something like the Cleary the Byk pros and cons are as follows.
Slightly larger for longer use, but still low standover height
Handle to help kids who didn't use a balance bike transition off training wheels (and provide assistance/restraint without parent needing to bend over)
Training wheels included for kids who did not master a balance bike first
Adjustable handlebar height
More upright position
Lower overall quality of components
No rear hand brake, nor ability to add one
No freewheel option
Brake level is too difficult for child to pull (she can pull the one on a Cleary just fine)
If your kid already knows how to balance, skip this and go with a Cleary, Woom, or Islabikes bike. Or a Specialized Hotrock if you don't mind the lack of a hand operated brake. But if your child is still learning to balance the training wheels and handle on this one make it a good buy.
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