SE Bikes Bronco

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Weight
19.0 lbs
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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the SE Bikes Bronco. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

9 reasons to buy

  • Parents saw the Bronco stand up to kids’ rough treatment.
  • For the price, the Bronco was seen as a bargain.
  • This little pony is lightweight, employing a 6061 Aluminum frame.
  • A sturdy build-quality impressed buyers.
  • Assembly was generally described as being straight-forward and easy.
  • Good quality components were appreciated.
  • A long-term owner found the Bronco to be durable.
  • Parents said this steed allowed room for growing tots.
  • Design and color schemes were deemed cute and cool.

2 reasons not to buy

  • For a couple of owners, coaster hubs seized and needed bike shop adjustment.
  • The plastic chainguard sometimes broke easily and quickly. In some situations, it rubbed against the crank.

Bottom line

SE Bikes’ Bronco is a tough little brumby of a BMX, built by a reputable brand. The most recent model is offered in vibrant yet tasteful color options. These are coordinated with bold ‘80s-style design and branding cues. Components are mid-range yet reliable, which keeps prices low. The 6061 Aluminum frame keeps the bike light and maneuverable for young riders. The Bronco features both coaster and handbrakes, which helps kids learning to use brake-levers. Parents said this bike was tough enough to endure tricks, jumps and drops, while being durable and allowing room to grow. This BMX is built well enough that, with eventual upgrades, it could last for many years as a family hand-me-down.

User Ratings

89/100 based on 44 ratings
  • 5 star
    73%
  • 4 star
    14%
  • 3 star
    9%
  • 2 star
    0%
  • 1 star
    5%

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Rankings

Compared to other bikes
#49 Best Kids
Bottom 50%
#26 Best Toddlers
Bottom 40%
#2 Best SE Bikes Bike
Top 50%
#138 Best of All Bikes
Top 50%

Comparison

In comparison to averages of categories