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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the RoyalBaby Space Shuttle. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
5 reasons to buy
- The monocoque magnesium frame is lightweight and looks funky.
- 120mm disc brakes increased confidence and kept working in wet conditions.
- Many parents found assembly to be easy and quick.
- Fat, 2.4” tires kept the Space Shuttle firmly grounded.
- Customer service was responsive, swiftly replacing faulty pedals and forks.
8 reasons not to buy
- Buyers found that their bike did not come with dual disc-brakes, as pictured.
- In a number of instances, chains were radically over-tensioned.
- Pedal bearings were sometimes so shot that, they wouldn’t turn.
- Wheels occasionally arrived untrued.
- One owner received uneven forks and sent them back.
- A couple of parents were unable to fully lower the seat tube.
- An owner reported rust inside the headtube and headset of their new bike.
- One parent said that the magnesium frame snapped in half while their child was riding the Space Shuttle.