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Kent Super 20 Boys Bike, 20-Inch
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- 20in Wheels
- 7 Speed Gearing with Twist Grip Shifting
- Fully Welded Dual Suspension Steel Frame / Down Hill Front Suspension Fork
- Bike Dimensions: 50in L x 24in W 36in H / Weighs: 36 lbs.
- Alloy Quick Release Seat Clamp
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Give him the right tools to ride with the Boys Hyper Mountain Bike from Kent. This rugged childrens bike features a fully welded dual suspension frame and downhill front suspension fork for enhanced control and a smoother ride. The Hyper features 7 speed gearing with easier twist grip shifting as well as an alloy quick release seat clamp for simple seat adjustment. This boys road bike is built to ensure safety, comfort and durability.
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Give him the right tools to ride with the Boys Hyper Mountain Bike from Kent. This rugged children's bike features a fully welded dual suspension frame and downhill front suspension fork for enhanced control and a smoother ride. The Hyper features 7 speed gearing with easier twist grip shifting as well as an alloy quick release seat clamp for simple seat adjustment. This boys road bike is built to ensure safety, comfort and durability.
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We rode it today. 30 degrees where I live but sunny and no wind. He's been waiting since Christmas. I have read other reviews and was a little cautious but here is my opinion. This bike represents an amazing value. My older son and I like to ride but I had to push my younger sons bike up hills because he couldn't make it. We specifically bought this bike for that reason. As for assembly it was very, very easy. I got a little confused with the brake cables but nothing too dramatic. Just had to think it through a bit. The bike is really handsome in color.it comes highly assembled. It took me as long to unpack as it did to assemble. Probably 15 minutes to unpack and 20 to assemble.
It rode flawlessly the first time. My son is slight of build. He shifted back and forth from low to high gears many many times with zero effort. I rode next to him and watched. No trouble. He can easily switch to lower gears to make it up a hill. Both brakes work perfectly as well. It has (I think) a total of 3 shock absorbing centers. The front forks, the frame and the seat area. You could ride this bike off road just like a mountain bike. Highly shock absorbent. So I am 100% pleased with this bike in every aspect. Now here is my only complaint. When his hands are on the handlebars, the distance that he has to reach his fingers to reach the handbrakes is too long. However, he was able to use them and I am not very concerned. Just think it should be shorter for a young persons hand. Having said that, it looks like even that part may be adjustable. Just too chilly to fool around with it right now. We had a great ride and we both love this bike. I went back and read others complaints. Lots of complaints about brake assembly. Look, here's the deal. The front brakes have little rubber pads that squeeze the rim. They ship those pads in the vertical position. When you try and put the cables and such on while those pads are in the vertical position it changes all of the geometry and adjustments that you think are correct. So you sort of scratch your head thinking " what the heck am I doing wrong" because you think you have everything right but you can't get the cables to hook up right. The trick is to rotate those pads horizontally before you even try assembling the brakes. Once you do that it goes together quite logically and trouble free.
If you are experienced, go for it as this bike is a very good value. Based on the time I spent on it plus the added costs, I would have been far better off simply going to a local bike store.
It is true that customer service was very helpful, so that after the first time I thought it was just some fluke damage. But the second bike came the same way.