Stolen Casino

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Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Stolen Casino. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

6 reasons to buy

  • Owner’s saw the Casino as being kit with reliable components
  • The frame, spec and build came across as solid.
  • Most owners found that assembling a Casino was a breeze.
  • Owners complimented the Casino’s eye-catching good looks.
  • It was considered that the Casino represented a decent price-performance ratio.
  • One parent said that the Casino stood up to the standard level of abuse dished out by reckless child BMXers.

3 reasons not to buy

  • One user, who was otherwise delighted, said their brake broke immediately.
  • A rider wasn’t a fan of the U-brake, feeling that it impeded barspins.
  • One owner said the Wellgo PCs were ‘kiddy pedals’ on a big boy’s BMX.

Bottom line

With a frame built from Hi-Ten steel, the Stolen Casino cuts down on price. This comes at the expensive of a slight increase in weight and decrease in compliance, which is offset on more expensive and higher-end chromoly bikes. There are very few criticisms of the Casino. It was described as solid, simple and a stirling example of a beginner BMX that can handle big hits and the abuse that learners inflict.

Expert Reviews

0/100 based on 0 expert reviews
Michael Ryan
Level 1 expert

Stolen Casino 2017 BMX Bike Check

Level 1 expert

I think this bike is going to hold up well; also its a head turner. It’s just got a regular U-brake…they just get tangled up when you do bar spins… The rims are single-walled.

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User Ratings

93/100 based on 33 ratings
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