Co-op Cycles REV 16

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Co-op Cycles REV 16. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

9 reasons to buy

  • The Co-op Cycles REV 16 Kids’ Bike is affordable.
  • A tool is included, to help users with assembly and adjustment of the REV 16.
  • Users found the bike easy to assemble.
  • Sturdy training wheels are easy to take on and off of the REV 16.
  • 16” Kenda Kontact tires provide riders with smooth rollover on pavement and beginner trails.
  • The bike comes in gender-neutral tones that users found attractive.
  • Users can adjust the seat to provide riders with the best fit, on the REV 16.
  • The REV 16 comes with a sticker pack.
  • The bike's frame is constructed out of aluminum, making it lightweight.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Users were disappointed that they could not adjust the handlebars on the REV 16.
  • The bike does not include a kickstand.
  • Training wheels can easily wear on the REV 16, according to one user.

Bottom line

The Co-op REV 16 is an affordable children’s bike. Riders have the option of using the provided training wheels to help them balance, or of riding without them. The seat is adjustable. Users found the gender-neutral color tones of the REV 16 attractive and enjoyed personalizing the bike's frame with the sticker pack. The bike does not have a kickstand. It employs a coaster brake instead of handbrakes.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews

User Ratings

87/100 based on 45 ratings
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