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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Schwinn Koen. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The Schwinn Koen is available in five sizes. Children 28" to 60" can find a size that fits them well.
- The bike has a durable steel frame.
- The price is extremely affordable.
- Training wheels are included with 12" to 18" sizes of the Koen.
- The bike has a coaster brake and handbrakes.
- A kickstand is included on the bike.
- The size chart is spot on, according to testers.
- The bike has only one gear making it a great entry-level pedal bike for riders.
- Many users agree the Koen comes well packaged to prevent damage during shipping.
- The chainguard fully covers the chain to prevent riders from getting clothes caught in the chain.
9 reasons not to buy
- Schwinn's customer service is not very responsive, according to many. This can be an issue if you have problems with the Koen.
- The pedals are difficult to permanently secure.
- Many users complained that Koen's directions for assembly were vague and hard to follow.
- Tools are needed to assemble the Koen. They are not included.
- The wheels and fork arrived bent and out of alignment, according to many users.
- The tubes included with the Koen are prone to punctures.
- The handbrakes are difficult to engage and adjust.
- The seat and handlebars need frequent adjustment.
- The bike is heavy. Its weight makes it difficult for young riders to maneuver it.