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Size 18 in. bikes are suitable for riders with an inseam of 24 - 28 in. To measure your inseam stand straight and flat footed on the floor. Use a measuring tape to get the length of your inside leg measurement, or inseam.
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Jeep Dual Suspension - 18" Bike is rated
2.5 out of
Rated 3 out of
Sturdy BikeThis bike is sturdy and the kick stand does a good job keeping this bike standing. The seat can be moved up and down but is limited how low it can go becasue of how the frame is constructed. I have placed the seat as low as it can go which inhibits the suspension from working as the seat pole now sits on the rear suspension. My son loves the gears and this is a great transition bike to introduce gears without providing too much. This bike is heavy, I would guess almost as heavy as my adult bike. The offset being that the heavy construction so far has translated into solid construction.
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 2 out of
you get what you pay forBought this for my 6 year old. Ideally I was looking for a sturdy bike, relatively light, a small number of gears and hand brakes that would be easy for kids to use. Unfortunately that bike doesn't exist - at least not at a reasonable price. Unfortunately most kids bikes are steel - so very heavy. This bike tries to do too much - front and rear shocks are not necessary for this age group and adds to the weight. The main drawback is that the brake levers and housing are not sturdy - broke the metal levers on the 1st day. Returned it for another - broke the plastic housing for the brake levers on the same day. Kids are tough on their bikes - dropping them or falling off. I ended up just replacing the brake levers with all steel Shimano from one of my own own bikes that I haven't used in a while. I can't recommend this bike if your kid is not extremely careful with their toys or is still a beginner rider - the brake levers will not survive long. The rest of the bike seems reasonably sturdy.