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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Radio Flyer Glide and Go. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The Radio Flyer Glide and Go is available in three attractive colors: pink, grey and red.
- With a long wheelbase, the bike provides riders with stability as they learn to balance and prepare for a pedal bike.
- The Glide and Go has options for foam or air tires. Experts found the air-filled tires provided better traction and greater comfort to the rider.
- Weighing in at 6.83 lbs. the bike is lightweight and easy for young riders to maneuver.
- The Radio Flyer Glide and Go has an adjustable seat and handlebars. They are easy to adjust with quick-release clamps securing them in place.
- According to numerous users, the padded seat is comfortable.
- The bike has a sturdy steel frame.
- User and experts note the bike is quick and easy to assemble.
- A bell is included with the Radio Flyer Glide and Go.
- Users and experts agree the bike is an affordable option in its category.
5 reasons not to buy
- The handlebars and seat are not easy to secure. Users and experts found they could easily slip out of place.
- Radio Flyer’s padded seat cover rips easily on the Glide and Go.
- The bike does not have handbrakes.
- Users found the tires on the foam version of the bike wore quickly.
- The handgrips on the bike are not as comfortable as those found on other balance bikes.