Diamondback Bicycles Youth Girls 2015 Impression Complete Bike, Purple

May 21, 2015 - Comment

A kid’s first bike always leaves lasting memories, and the mini impression will certainly make its mark. The super cute colors and tiny handbag will win her heart, but the joy and freedom she discovers by riding a bike is a love that will last a lifetime. Product Features Durable high tensile steel frame for

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A kid’s first bike always leaves lasting memories, and the mini impression will certainly make its mark. The super cute colors and tiny handbag will win her heart, but the joy and freedom she discovers by riding a bike is a love that will last a lifetime.

Product Features

  • Durable high tensile steel frame for 20″ wheels
  • Extra stand over clearance for easy dismounts
  • Linear pull and rear coaster brakes for safe stopping
  • Handlebar mounted handbag

Comments

PipeAndWire says:

Nice bike but 1 problem Love the bike, sturdy and worth the money… HOWEVER, the wheels were not balanced and both were very wobbly. I had to take them to the local bike store and have them straightened out, it added $45 to my cost of the bike. Was a christmas gift so didnt have the time to await for a replacement and put that together. If all were well i would buy again, actually going to contact Diamondback and see if they will reimburse any cost of the repairs. will keep posted

Hey Jonesey says:

Decent Bike – Good Value I purchased this bike for my 6 year old daughter. She’s average height and with the seat all the way down, she’s able to ride it just fine. Overall, it’s a decent bike once it’s been dialed in. Assembly can be a challenge especially with adjusting the rear V-brake. I assembled the bike in about 30 minutes, but failed to get the V-brake adjusted properly. The bike comes with a coaster brake and the V-brake is mainly for looks, but when adjusted properly it is a fully capable rear brake. The instructions provided are very generic and of little help. There are some helpful videos on Youtube but I still couldn’t manage to get the brake working well. Also, the bike we received shipped with the bottom bracket way too tight. The pedals would hardly move. I ended up taking the bike to the local bike shop and paid $40 for a tune-up. Once the brakes and bottom bracket were adjusted by a professional, the bike seems solid and safe. Although I had to pay the extra to get the bike adjusted, I…

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