April 23, 2018
Fork 28″ Steel Black 220-50 Mm With Bracket
Rigid bicycle front fork for 28″wheels in black with a steerer tube with a diameter of 25.4 mm and a length of 220 mm (including 50 mm thread)
The fork has a holder on the left handrail.
Steering tube diameter-1″(25.4 mm)
steering tube length-220 mm
thread length-50 mm
Brand: Tora Zajdel
BlueSunshine Dovetail Style Adjustable Fender Bicycle Bike Cycling Front/Rear Mud Guards Mudguard Fenders Set Mountain Road fits for 24-28″ Bike
- Easy to adjust the angle between mudguard and bike tire, no any repair tools required; Easy to install and remove, and durable to use.
- These snap-on fenders offer optimized dirt protection and are also suitable for suspension forks.
- Terrible waste of money, spend some more to get something better.
- I put these on my bike and got 30 miles of riding in before the front piece fell off.
- The mounting bracket is still there, so it’s not like I installed it wrong.
Dynacraft Magna Gravel Blaster Boys BMX Street/Dirt Bike 12″, Black/Green
- Gravel doesn’t stand a chance while riding this one speed, bright and striking green bicycle.
- Motor around on sturdy wheels with green trim and matching handlebars.
- Featuring adjustable training wheels and coaster brakes to make stopping easy.
- This BMX style bike, comes complete with handlebar pad and bold colors.
- Other features include a rear coaster brake, an adjustable seat, and a chain guard.
- This kids’ bicycle also comes with removable training wheels for little learners.
- He’s been begging for one so when I came across this one I decided to give it a try.
- It arrived very quickly & my husband was able to put it together with no issues in about 15/20 mins.
- Its not too heavy so it’s very easy for my little guy to maneuver which is great since he’s little Mr independent!
- My son loves the bright green color & says this is the best bike ever!
- The problem for me was that this bike ships partially constructed, and all of the pieces on the bike I received where way, WAY too tight.
- The crank set and rear wheel had been tightened so much, the cranks would not turn and the rear wheel would not spin at all.
- And even the hub on the front wheel had been tightened so much the front wheel barely spun.
- So while the bike went together pretty easily, most of the work and problems were caused at the facility putting these bikes together.
- Everything they put together had to be carefully loosened just so that the cranks would turn and the wheels would spin.
- I quickly realized that the tension on the chain was too high causing the pedals to get stuck.
- I loosened the bolts on the rear wheel, which releases the tension to the chain.
- Luckily I attempted to assemble before gifting this to my son.
- The box looked fine but the bike parts inside were horrible!!
- The fork that connects to the wheels was bent out so far that I could not attach the wheel.
- It seems as if this was sent back as defective and then resold.
- So disappointed and now I have a 4 year old who is upset that his birthday present is broken.
- I took the training wheels off this bike 2 months after my son turned 3 and he has been able to ride it no problem without training wheels.
- I love the bike — but like most toddler bikes it doesn’t have full components like an adult bike and a child has to pedal backwards to stop the bike.
- The bike is a little heavy but it has served it’s purpose and my son loves it.
- I’m just now in search for a toddler bike with a better breaking system/components and maybe make of aluminum.
- He’s had a Strider balance bike for 2 years and has outgrown it and needed a big boy bike.
- He wanted a green bike (his favorite color) and this one is so cute.
- He’s 42″ and this is just the right size for him to learn how to ride a bike without training wheels.
- I put them together, and while the build was fairly quick and easy, the bikes seem like they were not lubbed and put together well.
- When I pedal them it feels very rough and as though the ball bearings are not sitting correctly or too dry.
- I tried lubricating them myself, but not sure it will do anything.
- The wheels don’t turn and the spokes are bent even though there was no damage to the box.
- It was easy to assemble with little ajdsutment required to get the perfect seat to peddle length.
- Although putting the handlebar stem down into the neck didn’t come with the needed grease.
- Metal on front was bent and therefore took a long time to get the front wheel installed.