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Bikestar - Bicicleta clásica para niños, 40.6cm, color rosa y blanco
|Precio actual:||EUR 134,99|
|Ahorras:||EUR 45,00 (25%)|
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- Marco de tubo de acero muy estable con pintura metálica resistente al impacto
- Bola de rodamiento con sistema de dirección regulable en altura y el ángulo de inclinación en el manillar
- Diseño ergonómico y regulable en altura y ángulo de inclinación del asiento para niños
- Freno de Coaster (pedal hacia atrás) - una necesidad para todas las biciccletas o motos de niños de este tamaño
- Por supuesto, los certificados de seguridad no tóxicos para los puños del manillar con protección contra impactos
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Edad recomendada: a partir de 4 años (unos 105 cm de altura)
La altura del sillín: 57-64 cm | La altura del manillar: 72-78 cm | Peso: 10 KG
¿No es para enamorarse?! Con los colores de moda de temporada este BIKESTAR® cumple con los más altos estándares de calidad y seguridad. Aquí se hace referencia a los elementos directamente desde el fabricante y en nuestra tienda podrás encontrar una amplia gama de colores. Nuestra experiencia en calidad a un precio inmejorable!
* Muy estable, marco de acero con bajo paso y resistente al impacto Pintura metálica con nuestra hermosa pintura brillante
* Ejes del pedal sellados con ISO con el eje cuadrado de CrMo y casquillos de cojinetes de aleación forjado
* Diseño Premium de la manivela del pedal al igual que en las ruedas de alto precio y calidad
* 40.6 cm (16 pulgadas) de ruedas neumáticas con la mejor calidad y llantas de aluminio
* Reflectores de seguridad en la parte delantera y trasera, los pedales y las ruedas
* Freno de pedal - una necesidad absoluta para la bicicleta de todos los niños de ese tamaño
* Rodamiento de bolas de dirección con la altura y el ángulo de inclinación del manillar regulable
* Sillín para Niños de extrema calidad, conveniente y ajustable en altura y ángulo de inclinación
* Por supuesto, certificados de seguridad tóxicos para el manillar con protección contra los golpes
* Manija de freno de ruedas para niños el freno delantero con función de ajuste cómodo
* Equipado con una Cesta en el manillar, Portadores, un timbre, y soporte lateral
* * * Por favor, visite nuestra tienda Star-Trademarks Shop, donde una gran cantidad de vehículos de alta calidad para niños y promociones le estan esperando * * *
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It has metal fenders, a rack (with spring clamp), and a nice seat, kickstand (high quality as well), street tires, and front brake (not a cheap side pull one). The step through frame allows my (just turned 4yr old) daughter to mount the bike easily. I received it mostly put together and all the parts where in it box. All I had to do was put the handle bar stem into the fork, drop the seat post in, and bolt the rack and fender screws in. There is instructions, but you really don't need them. They didn't include any grease for the seat post and handle bar stem so you should get some. I used Park Tool PolyLube 1000 Grease - PPL-1 for mine.
The rack is pretty good. It has a good surface area to use along with a spring clamp that is no joke. It probably won't hold as much weight as adult racks, but it is solid. We use it to strap a gallon of milk to or just about anything else that will fit. The reflector is nice and big but, like all reflectors they are worthless, I put a Portland Design Works The Red Planet 5 LED Tail Light on it. The spacing on the rack is the 50mm horizontal mount popular in Europe so I used a Portland Design Works Rack Bracket. By using velcro ties it is able to carry a Kryptonite Evolution Series 4 Standard Bicycle U-Lock with Transit FlexFrame Bracket (4-Inch x 9-Inch) on the rack perfectly.
Last time I had a hard time putting the handle bars on because of the brake cable lenght, this time I just took the cable out of the lever (easy enough to do, since they are designed that way). That allowed me to manipulate the handlbars easily. Then I just put the cable back in the lever.
The chain guard could use some work as well. It is made of plastic. While the "outside" of the guard is a full guard, the "Inside" only covers the front chain ring. This leaves a good portion of the chain open to the elements. The "outside" is split into 2 pieces using self taping screws, while they work fine, I can see the holes wearing out after a while. The back portion of the guard is attached to the frame using the back wheel axle nuts. This can making it tricky getting the chain back on the sprocket.
Still a little heavy for a kids bike, but it is no heavier than the 12in bike it replaced.
The tires on it are 16x2.1 street tires. I wish they wasn't as wide, but it does have somewhat wide rims on it. On the other bike I was able to put 26x1.75 on it. Over all though they work really well, but the white walls have already started to turn yellow. I don't have any good solutions yet to keep them bright white.
We used this bike as a everyday commputer bike to daycare for about 3 months. Not once has she wanted to go back to her old bike. She has also done 20 mile rides with with no issues. I don't expect any issues with this at the moment, so I hope to beat the 1200 miles that the other bike has on it.
I figured that I would get some issues with chain slack like I had with the other bike. So I started this one right with Origin8 Chain Tension Adjuster, Silver. Not once has the chain came off on me.
The paint on this bike really stands out. The pink is darker than I expected but it is still very nice. I did find a spot or two where it was chipped, but given that it is a kids bike (and she has crashed it a few times now), it is really minor. The bell is ok, it sounds nice and is screw one, but once crash and it falls apart. Not a biggy, I replaced it with a better one Avenir Dual Action Bell (Black)
I would advise doing a little research on assembling bikes or take it to a local shop for a once over. Like all new bikes, out of the box it needed some adjustments. The grease in the rear hub might be a little heavy as well and it seemed stiff at first, but after a few miles it really loosened up.
So when I read reviews about bikes, clothing, or size specific items, I am often looking for the answer to "will this fit me or my family?".... so here is what I feel is important:
* My daughter is 6 years old and of average height (46 inches, 50th percentile roughly). We had to lower the seat to nearly the bottom so she could touch the ground squarely with the balls of her feet (which is what you are striving for, not feet flat on the ground or touching with toes). I had debated about getting an 18 inch wheel bicycle but glad we didn't. I don't believe this is made in a larger than 16 inch size. If your kid is closer to the upper end in height, this might work, but I think this is great for my daughter and she will likely still be able to ride it for another 2-3 years.
* THE BIKE IS A MERCEDES BUT THE TRAINING WHEELS ARE MORE LIKE A YUGO. DO NOT BUY THE WHITE TRAINING WHEELS MADE BY BIKESTAR. (bikestar Deluxe Training Wheels for 16 inch (40.6cm) Kids Bikes - Colour White). First, I had so much trouble installing them... they were on the small side and I had to shift them to the hilt, then they didn't feel secure tightened, and I had to balance bending the fixture and not breaking it vs having it tight (if that makes sense). Second, I noticed that when my daughter was riding, they were bending a little bit, and I am able to bend them with my hands using moderate force. I am purchasing another brand right now (Wald 10252, will let you know how they work out) and will probably return these. The bikestar training wheels do not have cross supports, which is probably essential for training wheels.
* Assembly was quite easy and took about an hour (I am not a mechanic but not a career water painter either). So you just screw on the seat, pedals, handlebars, bell, and affix the basket, attach the rear reflector, adjust the front reflector, and tighten back wheel nuts (after putting on the training wheels in our case). All other bolts are pre-tightened and brakes are adjusted. Tires were only around 5-10 psi, so had to add about 20-30 lbs to get them to the recommended 35 psi. The instructions mention recommended torques for the preceding bolts. I just tightened them snug then a bit more, but would be nice if I had a torque wrench... the bolts are high quality but this is a kids bicycle. You need an allen wrench (handlebar, seat) and a traditional wrench (pedals and rear wheels nuts), but also a phillips screwdriver (rear & front reflectors and bell). You also have to adjust the handbrake position.
* I also like how there are two different ways to brake: hand brake and wheel clutch brake (reversing pedal direction).
* Have only had this for a few days, so may update this review later to comment on reliability and wear. Thanks for reading.
The really key thing is that this bike is light! for new riders who are just learning to ride a two wheeler. The other bikes we looked at were about 7-10 lbs heavier and makes it so much easier for the kids to control when falling and for the kids to get started from a stop. We were so amazed as our daughter who just learned was able to start from a stop without any help. She is able to maneuver the bike and is able to get it in and out of the garage with little difficulty.
I Strongly recommend this bike for any new rider!!
VERY IMPORTANT: The bike does not come with training wheels. If you need them, you need to buy them separately. You can avoid shipping cost on wheels if you contact the seller after the purchase and ask them do add it to your order. The seller is very nice and shipped the bike very quickly.
I disagree that assembly takes only 15 minutes. In addition to assembly of the bike, you still need to spend time to adjust the brakes, inflate the tires, etc. But overall, it is still pretty fast.