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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Schwinn Iris. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
11 reasons to buy
- Both coaster and handbrakes allowed young ones to train slowly.
- The solid Hi-Ten steel frame seemed sturdy to new owners.
- Early riders found the basket handy and fun to put toys in.
- Tassels finished off the Iris’s playful look.
- A number of parents found assembly to be easy.
- Parents reported that little ones found the Iris easy to ride.
- A chainguard kept the drivetrain and grease away from kids’ fingers.
- Several parents said this bike had plenty of room for growing riders.
- The Iris presented as colorful and cute in a way that appealed to kids.
- Parents were pleased that the Iris was not based on a popular character.
- The Iris struck some parents as cheaper than offerings from bigger department stores.
7 reasons not to buy
- At 28 lbs, it can be hard for kids to pick up a fallen Iris.
- Two buyers did not receive a basket, one did not get a stem.
- A decent number of buyers found instructions difficult to follow.
- The tassels fell out of one owner’s Iris, who was unable to reattach them.
- One parent said the handbrake lever was too big for their daughter’s hand.
- One owner received a used product, with dirty tires, scratches and no basket.
- Buyers complained that the basket didn’t stay on. It sometimes arrived warped and was deemed poor quality. Owners said that it quickly sagged and required attachment with zip-ties.
Expert Reviews0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
The Best First Pedal Bike
The BMX-style Schwinn Scorch and Iris are solid, coaster brake-equipped bikes that our testers genuinely enjoyed riding. However, they were 4 to 6 pounds heavier than our runner-up picks (without training wheels), making them tougher for our tykes to maneuver without help.