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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Cleary Gecko. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
9 reasons to buy
- The Cleary Gecko is a 12” pedal bike for children as young as 2.5 years old.
- The bike has dual child-sized handbrakes that testers found easy to operate.
- Experts were impressed that the seat post could be turned to put riders in a more upright riding position for greater stability and control on the bike.
- The Gecko is lightweight for a children’s pedal bike. It weighs in at 15.1 lbs.
- Cleary offers a shorter seat post than the stock seat post. This allows children with an inseam as short as 15” to ride the bike.
- Test riders were thrilled to discover that the Gecko has a freewheel hub instead of a coaster brake.
- Users found the seat of the bike to be extremely comfortable.
- The Gecko has a durable steel frame.
- Cleary's lifetime warranty ensures that the Gecko will be passed from child to child, lasting a family for many years.
5 reasons not to buy
- The Cleary Gecko is more expensive than many other children’s bikes of its size.
- The bike’s handlebars are flat. Experts state that bars with a rise would allow taller children to utilize the bike longer, before upgrading to a bigger bike.
- The tires on the Gekko are best for smooth, paved trails. Testers suggest swapping these for knobbier tires if the rider intends to ride singletrack.
- The bike does not come with training wheels.
- Cleary does not include a kickstand with the Gecko.