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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Guardian Ethos. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
19 reasons to buy
- The Ethos is fully compatible with training wheels which can be purchased from Guardian.
- The Guardian Ethos is available in four attractive color combinations.
- Experts and users agree that with clear instructions, assembling the bike is easy.
- Tools are included for assembling the bike.
- Guardian includes a sleek kickstand that does not interfere with pedaling.
- The bike has a durable steel frame.
- The SureStop braking system uses a single brake lever to operate both front and rear brakes, ensuring that young riders are not sent over the handlebars when stopping suddenly.
- A low standover height makes it easy for riders to get on and off the bike.
- Weighing in at just 17.5 lbs, the 16" Guardian Ethos is easy for children to maneuver.
- The tires of the bike provide young riders with loads of traction on pavement and gravel roads.
- The gear ratio of the bike allows riders to pedal comfortably on flats and up and down most neighborhood hills.
- Thin, sleek tubing with internally routed cables give this bike an impressive appearance.
- Guardian’s avatar fit tool on their website ensures that buyers get the best fit bike for their child.
- The Ethos has a freewheel hub, allowing kids to coast further and get more out of each pedal stroke than bikes without this feature.
- A quick-release lever makes it easy for owners to adjust the height of the seat.
- The position of the brake lever is adjustable, ensuring that it can be engaged by all riders' hands.
- Upright, adjustable handlebars ensure young riders are comfortable on this bike.
- A removable steering limiter prevents riders from oversteering and crashing their bike.
- Experts and users rave that Guardian Bikes provides superb customer service.
1 reasons not to buy
- One user found the paint easily peeled off the Ethos.
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