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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Priority Start 20". In summary, this is what cyclists think.
15 reasons to buy
- The Priority Start 20" is a great introductory geared bicycle. Children do not have to be moving to shift gears.
- The bike has an average geometry. It is not too aggressive or too relaxed. Riders find it easy to maneuver on pavement and dirt trails.
- The belt drive is rust and grease-free. It needs little maintenance and requires less cleaning than a chain.
- The seat is easy to adjust. It has a quick-release seat post clamp.
- The bike is available in attractive colors including Blue, Charcoal, Ultra Violet Purple, and limited-edition colorways.
- The bike has a comfortable padded seat.
- Touch-up paint is included to cover chips and scrapes on the frame.
- The grip shifters are easy to use.
- The Kenda K-Shield tires roll well on dirt and pavement.
- At 19.5 lb, the Start 20" is light and easy for children to maneuver.
- The brake levers are sized appropriately for child-sized hands.
- Assembly is quick and easy. Priority provides online videos to assist riders in assembling and making adjustments to their bike.
- Priority is very responsive to customer questions or issues.
- A kickstand comes with the Start 20".
- An included reflector set helps increase rider visibility.
3 reasons not to buy
- The bike only has three gears. A greater gear range would make it easier for riders to climb steep hills.
- Tools are required to remove the wheels. One expert noted they would have preferred quick-release skewers.
- The external cable routing can easily get dirty. It is not as sleek-looking as a bike with internally routed cables.