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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Framed Impact. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
8 reasons to buy
- The Framed Impact is a BMX bike suitable for beginners.
- Most users found the bike easy to assemble.
- The bike is attractive. Stickers are included for users to personalize the appearance of the bike.
- The Impact is lightweight compared to other beginner BMX bikes.
- Framed offers the bike at an affordable price for most.
- Testers agree the 20" Impact is a good fit for teen riders.
- Many users found the frame and components sturdy for practicing and mastering basic tricks.
- Several test riders agree that the grips on the bike are comfortable.
8 reasons not to buy
- Users were disappointed that the bike only came with a two-piece crankset. They would have preferred a three-piece set.
- The Impact’s seat is stiff and uncomfortable.
- The seat angle is not adjustable and the seat height has minimal adjustment. This created an unpleasant ride for some users.
- The pedal mounts are only 1/2”. Testers would have preferred 9/16” pedal mounts, as they are more common.
- The warranty of the bike is void if it is not assembled by a professional.
- According to multiple reviewers, the tires wear quickly on the Impact.
- The rear axle is wider in diameter than most peg attachments. It is difficult for riders to find pegs to fit the bike.
- Tools are required for assembly. They are not included with the bike.