Jeep Boy’s Bike (16-Inch Wheels)

January 25, 2014 - Comment

The new 16″ Jeep is Trail Rated and ready to go! This rugged bike comes equipped with a real suspension fork that soaks up bumps big or small. A CPSC full wrap chain charge and coaster brake plus front hand brake ensure safety is always a top priority. Finished in a highly visible glossy blue

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The new 16″ Jeep is Trail Rated and ready to go! This rugged bike comes equipped with a real suspension fork that soaks up bumps big or small. A CPSC full wrap chain charge and coaster brake plus front hand brake ensure safety is always a top priority. Finished in a highly visible glossy blue paint. Alloy quick release seat clamp and padded cross bar are important features to keep your young man safe. Training Wheels included for the novice and safety.The new 16-inch Jeep Boy’s Bike is trail rated for rugged durability with a real suspension fork that soaks up bumps big or small. A CPSC full wrap chain charge and coaster brake plus front hand brake ensure safety is always a top priority. Finished in a highly visible glossy blue paint, it comes with training wheels for the rider who’s not quite ready to go it alone. The alloy seat clamp has a quick-release feature, the cross bar is padded for safety, and the steel frame can take years of abuse.

Specifications: Steel frame Suspension fork Front hand brake Padded cross bar Full wrap CPSC chain guard Alloy quick-release seat clamp Dimensions: 49 by 22 by 35 inches (L x W x H) Weight: 28 pounds

Product Features

  • Steel Frame
  • Suspension Fork
  • Front Hand Brake
  • Padded Cross Bar
  • Full Wrap CPSC Chain Guard

Comments

Chris says:

Great Bike I purchased this bike for my 4 year old son and he loves it. The included manual says it is for kids that can straddle 19 inches with feet flat. My son isn’t quite that tall and it does cause a bit of a balance problem with the pedal start. We went from a balance bike, so never put on training wheels hence my son tilts the bike to straddle. To start, he needs someone to put a hand on the handlebar to keep him straight. It is a minor issue (and temporary, at that), but worth mentioning. It is probably better to have a bike to grow into that he will ride longer than a 14-inch wheel bike. The bike is very sturdy and has held up very well to a number of spills. Assembly was straightforward and didn’t take long. It is very important to follow the instructions closely, however. An under-tightened pedal will come off and a maladjusted front wheel will be off-center in the front fork. I highly recommend a kickstand (the Bell adjustable kickstand fits well) to increase the chances the bike…

Gift Card Recipient "Knightatlast" says:

Excellent Bike – Get it! 0

P. Breakfield IV "Tom Steele" says:

Good bike with a few flaws My son had outgrown his 12 inch bicycle and needed a 16 inch bicycle. We went shopping locally and found about six bikes in that size. None were acceptable to either of us and we ended up here. Generally speaking, it looks like a twenty dollar premium for the bikes here. But the quality and variety makes up for it. Some of the bikes at Wally World looked so cheap that I was afraid they would fall apart.So… The jeep bicycle arrived promptly with prime shipping. The box was the standard bicycle box, very like the bike we had purchased for our daughter at Christmas. The bike arrives with the frame and back wheel and coaster brake already assembled. You have to put the handlebars, front wheel, seat and pedals on the bike. The tires are inflated to approximately 20psi, but you will need to add air to 35psi.You will need a few wrenches, Allen wrenches for the steering wheel and maybe a ratchet for the wheels.It is pretty straight forward. You have to…

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