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Dynacraft 8109-34ZTJ Boys Throttle Magna Bike, Black/Red/White, 20"
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- Deluxe paint
- Boys BMX frame
- Coaster brake is activated when pushed back on the pedal/crank arm to engage.
- Handlebar Pad
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Dynacraft 8109-34ZTJ Boys Throttle Magna Bike, Black/Red/White, 20 inch
- 20" Bicycle.
- Black BMX Frame.
- Black Saddle.
- Black Grips.
- Black Tires.
- Coaster Brake.
Boys Can Ride Fast And Furious On This 20 inch BMX Style Bicycle.
The Sleek Black Color Is Accented By Red Decals.
The coaster brake makes coming to a stop easy.
Be Seen With The Reflector On The Front Handlebars And On The Spokes.
Adjustable black seat with matching grips, kickstand included.
Padded Black Saddle
Equipped with an adjustable seat.
Rugged BMX Bike Frame
Deluxe paint with red and black graphics.
Braking system offers a rear coaster for solid control.
Two Piece Pad Set
Cool graphics make this a stylish set of wheels.
Item #8109-34ZTJ - 20" Boys Throttle/Magna Bike - Enjoy a fun riding experience on this 20" Boys Throttle/Magna Bike. Boys BMX style frame. Store with ease when stopped or at a stand still using the steel center type kick stand.
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The reason for the 3 star rating is quality control. For starters, the instructions are pretty bad. It's easy to figure out once you get going, but for someone who's adamant about building something the right way (and in this case, safe enough for my child), I found the instructions way too complicated and confusing considering how easy it was in the end. Each step covers several different types of bikes made by the same manufacturer. The instructions could've been much simpler.
Secondly, the bike had several signs of mishandling and possibly poor quality workmanship and materials (see pictures). However, considering the price and my son's excitement, it wasn't enough to motivate a return.
Well I am certainly glad that I choose to do the exchange, because as soon as I got the replacement, you could just tell right away that it was a brand new unit. I had the bike assembled and had my son riding it within 20 minutes of opening the box. It's been about a month and a half now that we have had it, and knock on wood, there have been zero issues with it. My son absolutely loves it. It is super smooth to ride, and he can go much faster now than he ever could on his previous smaller bike. Everything looks and functions great. I still can't believe that we were able to find such a good quality bike for such a low price. The first bike we bought him was a Giant, because that's what my wife and I ride, but when it came time for him to upgrade to a bigger one, I decided seeing that he's only 6 why spend another $300 on a bike that is going to get abused and thrown around, like most boys that age do. That is why we chose to give this one a try before getting another Giant for him, and I will be completely honest with you, I don't see that much of a difference in quality between the two brands...do yourself a favor, if you have a little one that is ready for something bigger, and don't want to pay the premium for a name brand bike, try this out, you will love it. As long as you get a new unit and not a returned one, which is what I believed happened to me with the first one I received. Great bike for an even better price!
***UPDATE*** I now can see after having this bike for a few weeks what everyone was talking about when they mentioned that the tubes are very cheaply made and have holes in them. My son's tire kept losing air slowly for some reason in his front tire so I took it apart and checked it out and found a line of about 6 pin hole sized holes that seem to have been done at the factory because you seen an imprint of the machine I'm guessing they use to mold the tubes together. It was definitely done at the time of production because they are perfectly aligned and on the side instead of the top or bottom. I am not sure if the rubber they are using is extremely cheap, or if their machinery is faulty, my guess would be to go with the latter. So needless to say if you decide to get this bike, which the bike itself is not bad, be prepared to replace both tubes on the bike right from the start. It's not the end of the world for me because for $10 you can get two tubes this size on Amazon and given what I paid for the bike, it's still a good deal. It's just be prepared to deal with the hassle of swapping them out.
1. Saddle mount bracket is complete junk. Some low carbon junk steal is used. Had to buy new one from Amazon.
2. Chain plastic protection is too close. When hitting breaks, the chain sometimes gets dangerously locked. I had to use head gun to recline plastic a bit.
Some bolts were not tighten well.
Otherwise good bike!
*The replacement came in a few days! This time around, things went much quicker; maybe about 45 minutes. But I did have to buy the tools on my own so that's something that could have been said before. And the brakes are pedal brakes, not hand brakes. Other than that, it's good!