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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the GT Stomper. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
14 reasons to buy
- The GT Stomper is available with 20”, 24” and 26” wheels and tires. This makes it ideal for both children and teenage riders.
- Testers were pleased the bike includes a kickstand.
- The 24” and 26” versions of the Stomper include a suspension fork for a more comfortable ride over trail obstacles.
- The 24” and 26” bikes are offered with disc brakes that are responsive in wet conditions.
- The Kenda Small Block Eight tires provide excellent traction for riding over trails and pavement.
- This bike has 7 or 8 gears depending on the size, making it great for children that have mastered pedaling and are ready to learn to shift gears.
- Experts and users agree the appearance of the Stomper is extremely attractive.
- The aluminum frame is durable and can withstand daily use.
- One tester was impressed pedals are included.
- All sizes of the Stomper use a Shimano 1x drivetrain that shifts smoothly.
- The front wheel is easy to remove for storage or transport.
- GT’s LegitFit system is designed so small riders can maneuver the Stomper smoothly and stably.
- Testers found the bike to be lightweight compared to others children’s bikes in its category.
- The Stomper provides riders with a narrow pedal and crank set up for small riders.
3 reasons not to buy
- Chain slap is a frequent issue for test riders. One expert found it damaged the paint on the chainstay.
- Users found that the bike is prone to flats.
- The All Terra fork utilized on the 24” and 26” Stomper is stiff. Experts found it was best for heavier children.