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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the RoyalBaby Jenny & Bunny. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- The bike has a sturdy steel frame.
- The welds on the frame are smooth and three color options provide riders with an attractive bike.
- The RoyalBaby Jenny Bunny bike comes in five sizes with options for training wheels. It is suitable for a wide range of young riders.
- The bike is easy to assemble with clear instructions and the tools for assembly included with the bike.
- The bike includes a bell, to alert other riders of one’s presence.
- The RoyalBaby Jenny Bunny bike comes with a basket. Rider’s found the basket was great for carrying toys, a water bottle, flowers and snacks.
- The training wheels are easy to adjust.
- The training wheels sit evenly on the ground.
- The RoyalBaby Jenny Bunny bike has wide wheels for increased stability riding through grass or dirt.
- The front and rear brakes provide the rider with great stopping power. The bike uses a combination of hand and coaster brakes.
- The chain is protected by a chainguard for added safety, on the RoyalBaby Jenny Bunny bike.
5 reasons not to buy
- Users found the RoyalBaby Jenny Bunny bike was heavy compared to other children's bikes.
- Many users reported that some parts were hard to attach and did not stay in place when installed, including the pedals, seat, kickstand and handlebars.
- The basket rattles while one rides.
- Many riders found the pedals on the Jenny Bunny offered too much resistance, making it difficult to pedal.
- Users found that the frame and parts were damaged during shipping.