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we have similar bike from huffy which we bought for WalMart for $49.99 , overall we felt that for our kid it was a little heavy and more importantly there are no handbrakes so your kid can soon out grow it as.The brakes are little weird that you have to turn the pedal backwards.

Thats the way the brakes on a bike always worked before hand brakes

michigansam said:   Thats the way the brakes on a bike always worked before hand brakes

yep, I had a bike as a kid that had breaks like that. I think many training wheel bikes have that breaking system.

luvGnuLinux said:   we have similar bike from huffy which we bought for WalMart for $49.99 , overall we felt that for our kid it was a little heavy and more importantly there are no handbrakes so your kid can soon out grow it as.The brakes are little weird that you have to turn the pedal backwards.

I agree 100%, maybe more

We came to the conclusion that it was best to buy a used name brand bike off Craigslist (Haro, GT, RedLine, ect..)

Rather than a new Huffy or Mongoose or no-name brand bike (Kent, Dynacraft, Pacific, Avigo, Sapient, ect....) and it's best to avoid the ones with gears or shocks that cost less than $200

MISTERCHEAP said:   

yep, I had a bike as a kid that had breaks like that. I think many training wheel bikes have that breaking system.




So the bike just fell apart each time? ...Actually, that might explain quite a bit about you.

luvGnuLinux said:   The brakes are little weird that you have to turn the pedal backwards.

They're called coaster brakes and they're the norm on bikes with training wheels. First you get the kid used to pedaling and staying upright, then you move on to one brake lever for the rear wheel, then you move up to brakes on the front and back. Baby steps, grasshopper.

valeadmagnet said:   luvGnuLinux said:   we have similar bike from huffy which we bought for WalMart for $49.99 , overall we felt that for our kid it was a little heavy and more importantly there are no handbrakes so your kid can soon out grow it as.The brakes are little weird that you have to turn the pedal backwards.

I agree 100%, maybe more

We came to the conclusion that it was best to buy a used name brand bike off Craigslist (Haro, GT, RedLine, ect..)

Rather than a new Huffy or Mongoose or no-name brand bike (Kent, Dynacraft, Pacific, Avigo, Sapient, ect....) and it's best to avoid the ones with gears or shocks that cost less than $200


yep, nothing like a used gift for Chanukah or Christmas!

MISTERCHEAP said:   valeadmagnet said:   luvGnuLinux said:   we have similar bike from huffy which we bought for WalMart for $49.99 , overall we felt that for our kid it was a little heavy and more importantly there are no handbrakes so your kid can soon out grow it as.The brakes are little weird that you have to turn the pedal backwards.

I agree 100%, maybe more

We came to the conclusion that it was best to buy a used name brand bike off Craigslist (Haro, GT, RedLine, ect..)

Rather than a new Huffy or Mongoose or no-name brand bike (Kent, Dynacraft, Pacific, Avigo, Sapient, ect....) and it's best to avoid the ones with gears or shocks that cost less than $200


yep, nothing like a used gift for Chanukah or Christmas!


It's better than "new" coal in their stocking.

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