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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Priority Start 24". In summary, this is what cyclists think.
17 reasons to buy
- The handlebars on the Priority Start 24" are upright and place riders of all abilities in a position of control.
- The bike is light enough for younger riders to guide with stability and confidence.
- The bike comes with a belt guard to prevents baggy clothes from becoming snagged.
- The Kenda K-Shield tires are tough enough to excel off-road. They also roll smoothly on pavement.
- The Start 24" is available in three attractive colors: Living Coral, Charged Charcoal and Tribeca Blue.
- Priority's customer service is extremely responsive.
- Assembly is easy to complete.
- Priority packages their bikes well so that the bike is not damaged in shipping.
- The bike has three gears. The range of gears is great for climbing and maintaining speed on descents.
- The seat post clamp is quick-release. This makes adjusting the seat height easy.
- The belt requires less maintenance than a chain. It cannot rust and requires fewer adjustments than a bike with a derailleur.
- The saddle is shaped well. It's comfortable, according to child testers.
- The bike rides quietly compared to others in its category.
- The frame design makes it easy for children to get on and off of the Start 24".
- The dual handbrakes are adjustable to ensure children are comfortable engaging them.
- The Start 24" is a good fit for most eight to twelve-year-olds. Seat height can be adjusted from 27" to 34.5".
- Priority offers an advanced handlebar. This low-rise bar places confident kids in a more aggressive riding position than the included handlebars.
2 reasons not to buy
- Some users found the color selection limited, with only three choices.
- One expert stated that three gears are too few for confident and more advanced riders.