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Summary of Reviews

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

17 reasons to buy

  • Buyers can choose between two builds: rigid (OFF) or hardtail (OFF AIR).
  • Each version comes in three sizes (20", 24", or 26" wheels) to fit kids between 46” to 65” tall.
  • All sizes have age-appropriate gearing, Q-factor, crank length, and saddle size.
  • Reviewers relish the mix of confidence-inspiring stability, responsive steering, and agile handling.
  • The OFF AIR’s “excellent” RST air suspension fork has adjustable compression and rebound. Children find the lockout easy to operate.
  • Experts praise the OFF’s rigid carbon fork. A tester’s example proves durable in 11 months of hard use.
  • The 24" and 26" versions are dropper seatpost-ready.
  • An expert finds the tubeless-compatible wheels and tires are easy to set up as tubeless.
  • Owners appreciate the strong resale value and the company’s 40% trade-in program.
  • Reviewers praise the braking performance.
  • The brake levers and grips are sized specially for small hands. Kids agree they’re easy to use and modulate.
  • The OFF’s low weight and wide handlebars enhance control and climbing ability, say experts and children.
  • Kids and reviewers note how easy it is to operate the trigger shifters.
  • The kink in the top tube reduces stepover height, allowing for a wider height range.
  • Experts say the OFF’s lower weight and price versus the OFF AIR make it ideal for families that don’t ride technical trails. The suspension fork can be retrofitted if needs change.
  • The grippy 2.35" Schwalbe Rocket Ron tires do an incredible job of absorbing bumps, says one tester.
  • The OFF is around 4lb lighter than competitors such as the Specialized Riprock and Prevelo Zulu.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Some woom owners express extreme dissatisfaction with failed components, frustrating customer service, and non-existent spares supply.
  • The proprietary forks (rigid and suspension), grips, and cranks limit upgrade options.
  • One reviewer experiences the chainstay protector coming off in high summer temperatures.
  • Testers bemoan the lack of a derailleur guard.
  • Some experts lament external cable routing on a bike likely to face plenty of dust and dirt.

Bottom line

The woom OFF is a family of premium kids’ mountain bikes available in three sizes with rigid or suspension forks. The “thoughtful” design touches and component choices, durable build, and low weight impress owners and experts. Children compliment the easy operation, excellent brakes, and huge fun. Buyers and testers deem the OFF great value, especially compared to bikes of similar quality. Citing the performance, resale values, and potential to grow with kids, reviewers call the OFF an outstanding option for young trail riders up to intermediate level, as long as they’re not tackling big jumps or drops.

Expert Reviews

97/100 based on 3 rated expert reviews

woom OFF 6 Bike Review – A Kids’ Bike That Inspires Confidence

Every part of the woom OFF 6 is the best available and the package is both light and designed for small bodies… it all comes together as a cohesive package that is stable and comfortable to ride and control.

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Cycling Weekly

woom OFF AIR 5 Kids’ Bike Review

The woom OFF AIR 5 isn’t the cheapest kids’ bike, but it’s the kind of bike that could be a valuable part of a lifelong pursuit of cycling.

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Two Wheeling Tots

woom OFF 4, 5, and 6 Review

Stunningly built from top to bottom, the woom OFF mountain bike is a killer choice for any young grom ready for a steady, sturdy, and lightweight steed to begin their mountain biking journey.

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Mountain Biking with Kids

woom OFF 5 Review

To sum up, your kids are going to be able to ride longer and go farther on a bike with a build that had been engineered and fabricated to be heavy on fun and light on the scale.

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Rascal Rides

woom OFF & woom OFF AIR Kids Mountain Bike Review

Due to its lightweight build, the woom OFF is a great option for petite kids, those who don’t need a suspension fork, and for all-around riding. The woom OFF AIR is a capable trail bike capable of tackling rocky and rooty technical trails.

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The Bike Dads

woom OFF AIR 4, 5, and 6 Review

The weight and build quality are top notch and make this bike tough to beat for a kids’ introductory XC mountain bike.

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That Mountain Life

woom Bike Review: Best Lightweight Kids’ Bikes

When asked to review his woom bike, August said ‘it’s the best!’ – that pretty much sums up our woom Bikes review!

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Rascal Rides

woom OFF AIR Review

… thanks to the added comfort and technical prowess, we’d highly recommend the suspension fork over the rigid fork, unless you’re on a strict budget or your family plans to stick to mellow trails.

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BenTK Compares His New woom OFF AIR 5 to His Trek Precaliber 20

Yeah, I love it.

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Bike Life with Rob

woom 5 OFF Bike Review & Assembly – Shred Florida Mountain Bike Trails – 24-Inch Kids Bike

This sub-19lb bike is an absolute shredder.

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Mountain Weekly News

woom Kids Bike OFF AIR 5 Review

If your child is ready to take a big jump in mountain biking, get them a woom OFF AIR and watch the magic happen.

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woom’s OFF 4 Is the Best 20-Inch Kids Mountain Bike We’ve Tested

Lightweight, well designed, and reasonably priced for a premium model, woom’s OFF 4 shows us what a kids’ trail bike can be.

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CX Magazine

Ridden and Reviewed: woom OFF 5 24″ Wheel Rigid Mountain Bike

Your kid’s smile may prove that the woom OFF 5 is the ultimate do-it-all kid’s bike.

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ENDURO Mountainbike Magazine

woom OFF 5 / OFF AIR 5 Kids Bike in Review

The woom OFF 5 and OFF AIR 5 are really cool bikes… They haven’t reinvented kids’ bikes but they’re just really well thought-through. Due to its increased versatility, we prefer the OFF AIR 5 over the OFF 5.

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Hiking in Finland

woom OFF AIR Review

In the end, the woom OFF AIR 6 is a great addition to our bike shed and allows us to spend more time together in nature on our local trails.

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Kids Ride Bikes

woom OFF Review

Unless your child is really ONLY riding paved trails, the woom OFF is worth the extra [cost] (over the regular woom) to get your child a bike they can use virtually on any surface.

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User Ratings

88/100 based on 16 ratings
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