April 23, 2018
PZ-Trail Angel Red Bicycle Hall Holder
Trail Angel lounge allows children to feel balance and safely introduces to the world of cycling trips it is stable and safe. Possibility to place a bicycle hall when the child’s bike is not pulled.
Requirements for a cyclist Adult: Basic skills-It must be an adult who can ride a bike well.
Equipment-Obligation to wear a helmet with homologation in accordance with the regulations in force
Child: Basic skills-Must be able to hold well to the speargates and show some degree of confidence in staying on the bike and pedaling
Equipment-Obligation wearing a helmet with homologation in accordance with applicable regulations. Correct knee and brace protectors are also recommended. Make sure that the child’s dress is adapted to the prevailing weather conditions. In particular, ensure adequate protection of the child from rain.
Requirements for bicycles Adult bicycle: Wheel diameter min.
– 635mm (25″)
Diameter and properties of seat post-25.4 mm (1"), Max. 31.8mm (1.25″)
Precautions-Do not use seatposts that are not made of metal, do not use accessories or parts that could interfere with the work of the towbar.
Bicycle child: Wheel diameter min.
– 255mm (10″), max.: 510mm (20″)
The diameter and properties of the steering wheel bracket-34 mm (1.34"), Max. 38mm (1.5″), check that the brake cable does not interfere with the tow bar mounting.
Precautions-If the bicycle has side wheels, it must be lifted up before using the child’s bicycle with the tow bar.
The Trail Angel cycling hall has the following safety certificates: TUV and GS.
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Razor Angel Girls’ Bike
- Cancel anytime for a full refund within the first 30 days.
- Used or refurbished products, or products purchased for commercial use, are not eligible.
- We did not put the pegs on the front because they stick out too far and I didn’t want the kids side-swiping vehicles in the driveway.
- The frame is heavy duty and much thicker than I expected.
- I was not a fan of the blingy/flowery “angel” decals and paint theme of the bike, but my daughter really liked it.
- Of all the bikes I have bought for kids (5 so far), this was by far the easiest to put together: Basically bolt on the front tire, put the pedals on, adjust brakes.
- I was initially concerned when the box was left on my doorstep with obvious signs of damage.
- However, it was well packed and nothing was damaged or missing in the package.
- I ran into the same issue of the front fork spacing being inadequate to fit the front wheel.
- The fork wasn’t damaged, but it was due to poor craftsmanship and/or design.
- The brackets that hold the wheel were welded off-center and too far inside thus causing lack of space.
- I used a car scissor jack, as recommended by other reviewers, and it worked perfectly.
- It easily moved the fork apart and I was able to install the front wheel.
- The bearings on both wheels and other moving parts need to be better lubricated as I can feel the rubbing of metal parts as they move.
- Besides that and the difficulty with the front wheel, the rest of the bike seem ok.
- This was a Christmas present and we didn’t notice it until we were putting it together on Christmas Eve night.
- Thankfully my daughter hasn’t noticed the scratch but for the price I paid, it shouldn’t have anything wrong with it.
- The front break was very difficult to get adjusted and the break cable wouldn’t stay attached for the longest time.
- It took over an hour and a half to get the bike put together.
- It is a pretty bike and my daughter loves it but I’m not completely happy with it.
- I had to buy a second bike (from a completely different store) to make sure my daughter had a bike on Xmas morning.
- Tires, handlebar, seat etc, all difficult components were already attached.
- I think this is now listed at 60 bucks, the bike looks great and works fine.
- Just as a note on level of expertize – I have 3 college degrees in mechanical engineering and am quite handy with tools.
- Also I have repaired bicycles on dozens of occasions in my life.
- First, the front fork is undersized (too narrow) and has to be expanded with very strong force, greater than can be applied by 2 men pulling the fork arms apart on two sides.
- I used a trick suggested by another reviewer: putting a car scissor jack in the fork and pushing its two arms apart by expanding the jack.
- Secondly, the brakes have too many degrees of freedom and are very hard to assemble.
- The wheels run with slight wobbles making it further hard to set the brakes in the right spots.
- I read the reviews and there are always a few complaints – most about the wheel and break – but the wheel & break happened to me.
- The welding on the forks were different so it was no surprise the wheel did not align.
- I installed the handlebars, seat, pedals, pegs & front tire – 20 min.
- Adjusting the brakes took a good deal longer and may be a problem for some.
- But after looking at Wal-Mart there were no bikes we liked for our daughter (please stop using white tires for girls bikes).
- This bike is nicely built, was well packaged, and looks great.
- I did not have the problem that many people have had with the front wheel not fitting into the front forks.
- I was actually hesitant to purchase this bike due to the numerous reviews of this issue – but took a chance.
- Everything assembled quite quickly – accept brake adjustment.
- We got it out of the box today to put it together and the front wheel will not fit the front forks of the bike.
- I just opened it today and there is NO INSTRUCTION MANUAL!!!!!
- The brake system is garbage and it shipped with a faulty rear tire causing safety concerns.
- I had to go out locally and source a tire and new tube.
- The bike is prefect for my doughter and is a great product.
- Dad just had a little bit of a struggle putting it together!