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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Specialized Jett Single Speed. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
16 reasons to buy
- Parents say Jett Single Speeds are “extremely manoeuvrable” and “easy to control”.
- Several parents confirm that the Jett 16 Single Speed is a good first pedal bike. One says it is their daughter’s first bike after a balance bike. She had no problem riding it without pedals, “from day one”.
- The Jett Single Speed features front and rear hand-operated V-brakes. Parents say they “work flawlessly” and are great for skids.
- Parents appreciate that brake lever reach is adjustable, for growing hands.
- A young rider recommends his 20” Jett for off-road riding. A parent describes it as the “top choice” for forest trails and pump tracks.
- Owners are impressed by the light overall weight of these bikes.
- The Jett’s aluminum frame is lighter than steel frames on similarly sized bikes.
- 19 mm grips are sized specifically to fit small hands.
- Specialized’s Kids Bridge saddle is sized appropriately for kids.
- A long seatpost provides ample height range for growing riders.
- One parent says their child’s 20” bike is so fast it “whips like lightning”.
- Owners admire the Jett Single Speed’s good looks and “beautiful” colors.
Parents say that the Jett 16 Single Speed is a great deal at the current price.
One deems it “the best option available”
- An owner describes Jett Single Speed’s build as “resilient”.
- Owners say assembly is quick, easy, and only entails attachment of the bike’s handlebar and pedals.
- A parent says their 16” bike came with a complete tool kit for assembly, including a torque wrench.
2 reasons not to buy
- The 20” Jett Single Speed may limit older riders to flatter terrain.
- One buyer believes this bike is overpriced for the offered build.
Bottom lineThe Jett Single Speed is a simple bike for young riders. Parents confirm that kids really enjoy riding the Jett, in both 16” and 20” sizes. Some say the 16” version is "the best bike", for 4-5 year-olds graduating from a balance bike. Unlike many 16" bikes, the Jett is equipped with front and rear hand brakes. Components on the Jett Single Speed are all sized specifically for kids and with adjustability in mind. This includes the bike’s grips, saddle, seatpost and brake reach. The lack of gears on the 20" Jett could limit older and more advanced riders to flatter elevations. This is a bike that take’s young riders seriously, but which may ask a higher price for that privilege (outside of sales).
Expert Reviews0/100 based on 0 rated expert reviews
Specialized Jett 20 (Reliability Test) Part 3
I’m like, obsessed with this bicycle. If you wanna go off-road guys, get a Specialized Jett.
Specialized Jett 20 Single Speed (Review)
All-good braking. Got these nice pedals over here. Trainer wheels, so I don’t bust my a**.
Specialized Jett 20 Single Speed Review Part 2
(Without Training Wheels)
Here he comes, full-speed. Yes, he’s getting real good, becoming an expert.
Specialized Jett 16
Dad: “Nice ride!”