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🚲 COEWSKE Bicycle Training Wheels Without Rims Review




Revainrating 2.5 out of 5Β Β 
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Description of 🚲 COEWSKE Bicycle Training Wheels Without Rims

COEWSKE bike is focus on designing unique style bicycles for boys and girls around the world. The foot brake provides ample stopping power and is easy and intuitive to use. Wider footrest design lets kids save effort while on a bike ride to enjoy more wonderful time.The fully enclosed chain guard keeps fingers safe and flanged grips help prevent hands from sliding off the bars. 2.125 inch wide knobby air-filled tires make for a super smooth ride. Its tires are made of durable rubber with extra thickness and width to prevent from dangerous bursting. 85%SKD Easy to Install.leaving only the need to install the training wheels, pedals, front wheel, handlebar and saddle. All assembly tools are included.


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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Nice bike, not exactly like the picture

Instructions were unclear but basically you can just ignore them and assemble the bike. The water bottle had no cap so was unusable, and the water bottle holder couldn't be attached to the bike without chafing the rear wheel. If you don't mind sorting the build and a water bottle is optional, then this is a decent bike.

  • Sample for one year
  • Obsolete model

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Chain broke in less than a week

My son (3) enjoys cycling and loves this bike. The water bottle holder really made it for Christmas. And now the worst - today (29.12.) the chain broke. Luckily he knew he had to drag his feet and run across the grass because he was going down the hill fast. (No chain, no breaks!) I know my child drives a lot, but that's not acceptable. The only other complaint I have is the weight. It's 5 pounds heavier than his 12-inch bike.

  • Comfortable
  • Cord is shorter than others

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Disappointed with cycling

What a bummer. This is my 4 year old first bike so what he doesn't know is that it shouldn't go bad every time he rides it. The training wheels loosen almost every time. I tightened them as tight as I could, I checked to make sure I installed the hardware correctly, I never had such problems, a 7 year old girl rode it for 2 minutes and the handlebars/front wheel broke. high. I tightened it twice again. He told me yesterday that he should probably leave the bike because it's always wobbly, I…

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  • Bad experience