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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Dynacraft Magna Major Damage. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
12 reasons to buy
- Many buyers said that youngsters found this rig easy to ride.
- The initial purchase price of the Major Damage makes it very affordable.
- Owners reported minimal required maintenance after a year’s use.
- Young riders learnt to balance easily, with the supplied training wheels.
- Buyers called this bike ‘robust’, ‘durable’ and noted a ‘sturdy’ steel frame.
- Parents said the Major Damage was a great bike for both girls and boys.
- Parents were able to assemble the Major Damage in 20-30 mins.
- Kids loved the bright yellow color, often customizing their own bike.
- Several reviewers felt that the Major Damage came in at a good weight.
- Parents felt comfortable letting little ones ride this bike on dirt roads.
- Dynacraft were happy to replace faulty parts for new bikes.
- Some bikes were packaged with a spreader to prevent the fork bending.
10 reasons not to buy
- Bent forks were a recurring issue on new bikes, meaning wheels didn’t fit.
- Bikes arrived missing pedals, seat-clamps, nuts and screws.
- Several parents reported training wheels breaking easily.
- Some new bikes had warped, untrue rims.
- Occasionally, drivetrains were seized, bearings were tight and lacked grease.
- A number of parents noted a very strong odor from plastic and rubber parts.
- The Major Damage was difficult for a number of children to pedal.
- The Major Damage was too heavy for some kids to push.
- Grips sometimes fell off handlebars.
- Parents reported balding tires after 3 weeks use.