Cannondale Quick Kids

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Weight
20.2, 20.7 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Cannondale Quick Kids. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

10 reasons to buy

  • The Cannondale Quick Kids bike is available with 20” or 24” wheels.
  • Testers were pleased with the child-sized grips, brake levers and saddle on the bike.
  • The Shimano drivetrain has 7-speeds. Users found the twist shifter makes it easy for young riders to move between gears.
  • Kenda Small Block tires give the bike on and off-road capabilities.
  • On the Kids Quick, Promax V-brakes are reliable and engage quickly.
  • The bike comes with a kickstand.
  • The Kids Quick is lightweight for a child’s bike in this category.
  • The bike's aluminum frame is well-constructed and durable with smooth welds.
  • The Kids Quick’s colors are bright and increase its visibility. Testers viewed this as an added safety feature.
  • The bike is responsive to rider inputs and maneuvers easily along roads and paths, according to testers.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Users found the seat post did not offer a high enough position for tall children.
  • The bike took a long time to assemble. Testers were disappointed that the required tools for assembly were not included.
  • Testers found the kickstand was tough for little riders to engage.
  • Users agree the brakes can be noisy at times.
  • The Cannondale Quick Kids has a higher price than other children’s bikes.

Bottom line

The Cannondale Quick Kids bike is an aluminum bike for young riders. It is available with 20” or 24” wheels and tires. Testers agree that the bike's vibrant color options enhance its visibility. It has 7 gears. Riders found it easy to shift between them with the twist shifter. The grips, brake levers, and saddle are appropriately sized for children. Unfortunately, the seat post is not long enough for taller riders. Assembling the bike can be a lengthy process. The tools needed to complete this task are not included with the bike. Testers agree on the quality of the Quick Kids but see it as expensive for a child’s bike.

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User Ratings

98/100 based on 17 ratings
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