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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Batch The Kid’s Bicycle. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- In one expert's opinion, The Kid’s Bicycle is a great budget option for children learning to ride.
- Parents say The Kid’s 20” Bicycle is perfect for kids graduating from a smaller balance bike.
- One reviewer sees the aluminum frame and quality components as durable.
- Each of the three sizes has multiple color options for children to choose between.
- Several buyers praise the high quality and low weight of The Kid’s Bicycle.
- One reviewer says that the bike’s child-optimized geometry makes it much easier for kids to handle the bike.
- The three sizes fit children from 2'11" to 4'4" in height and aged 3 to 8 years (approximately).
- A sturdy chainguard keeps pants, shoelaces, and fingers away from the chain.
- A reviewer appreciates the quick-release seatpost clamp, which makes it easy to adjust seat height.
- The 12" and 16" versions of The Kid’s Bicycle come with removable training wheels.
- Single-speed simplicity makes it easier for children to learn to pedal a bike and reduces maintenance requirements.
5 reasons not to buy
- In one expert's opinion, coaster brakes make learning to pedal more complex and potentially unsafe.
- The 12" bike weighs 18lb (including training wheels) which one expert thinks is too heavy for a three-year-old.
- A tester is disappointed that the 20" bike's wheels aren't quick-release, so removing them to fix a flat is more time-consuming.
- One reviewer says the single-speed drivetrain makes it hard for kids to ride uphill, which may deter some people from buying the 20" model.
- One expert sees coaster brakes as a big drawback, made worse by the bike’s lack of hand brakes.
Bottom lineThe Batch Kid's Bicycle is an affordable children's starter bike available in three sizes: 12", 16", and 20". Each model has a single-speed drivetrain and coaster brakes. The Kid's 12" is relatively heavy, and one expert feels the coaster brakes make the learning process more challenging. In addition, a single-speed drivetrain on the 20" model limits riders to flatter terrain. That said, reviewers praise the durable build quality, child-optimized geometry, inclusion of training wheels, and color options. Overall, Batch's Kid's Bicycle is a strong contender in this price range.
Expert Reviews86/100 based on 1 rated expert review
Batch Kids Bicycle Review
If you want a bike for your child that won’t cost a fortune, will be fun to ride, and simple to maintain, then the Batch Kids Bike may very well be the bike for you.