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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Retrospec Cub. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
8 reasons to buy
- Most users agree the Retrospec Cub is inexpensive.
- Assembly is an easy process for most. Tools are not required.
- The seat and handlebars are adjustable.
- The frame is sturdy as it is constructed of steel.
- The bike helps toddlers and young children develop balancing skills as they prepare for a pedal bike.
- Riders have the choice between sixteen colors for the Cub.
- Foam tires guarantee riders never have flats.
- The tires do not leave marks on floors.
8 reasons not to buy
- The foam tires wear quickly on rough surfaces.
- Testers agree the bike is too small for taller children within the specified age category.
- The frame can easily become scuffed or scratched.
- The footrest interferes with some children’s stride.
- The bearings wear quickly.
- Users found the seat and handlebars difficult to secure in place.
- The Cub lacks handbrakes.
- At 9 lb, the bike is heavy.