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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Bixe 16" Pro. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- The Bixe 16” helps taller children develop confidence and balancing skills.
- The bike is affordably priced. It is lower in price than other 16” balance bikes on the market.
- It’s recommended for kids five to nine years old. There are few balance bikes available for children in this age range.
- The frames shape is designed to place riders in a comfortable position for gliding and striding.
- There is a discreet footrest tucked under the seat.
- The Bixe 16” is lightweight. It weighs 12lbs. This makes it easy for youngsters to maneuver.
- The bike has an adjustable seat and handlebars. It can be adjusted to fit children of different sizes and as they grow.
- Air tires offer riders better traction than balance bikes with plastic or foam tires.
- Assembly is a quick and easy process, according to most testers.
- Several users agree that Bixe provides excellent customer service. If parts are damaged or missing, they quickly offer replacements or refunds.
- The Bixe 16” is available in four attractive colors.
- Users agree it is great for special needs children that are unable to master pedaling as easily as others.
7 reasons not to buy
- Many users found the bike arrived damaged or missing parts.
- The seat and handlebars require a tool for adjustment.
- One expert noted that exposed bolts can scratch children’s legs.
- The seat is uncomfortable. The cover can easily rip.
- The bike doesn’t have handbrakes. Riders must use their feet to stop.
- Many testers found the tubes for the tires were poor quality and did not hold air well.
- The handlebars and seat slip out of place frequently, according to users.