Rated 4.2 out of 5★ by 13reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5★ by rmky Not a good product for a beginner for balance The product is meant to give a comfort factor, especially for an adult beginner with balancing problems. The kit is very difficult to install evenly on the bike frame, to keep the stabilizer wheels evenly balanced to stay about 1/2 inch off the floor. The sliding bracket isn't easy to tighten at the right spot. Also, not an easy "on/off" type of a kit, especially when transporting in a vehicle to an open recreational area -- have to go thru the entire installation process each time. Not designed to be a practicable item for an adult to learn biking. 05/31/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by upsetbiker Great product for pre-teens with Autism disorders In the past I had some issues with bikes at Walmart, however this product is absolutely wonderful. My 11 year old son with Asperger's syndrome (autism disorder) asked last week why he couldn't ride a bike like all his cousin's. He had a 4 wheeled, pedal powered go cart from Tractor supply. First he liked the Schwinn tri-cycle because of the basket. But when he seen this product this is what he wanted on a regular bike. We purchased it and it was delivered to the store in two days. I phoned the Duncansville Pa store and the bike assembler said to bring his bike and he would put them on. I explained that my son also wanted a new bike as well and we would purchase it in house. We found a black next brand bike #24 inch) and they match up perfectly black and silver wheels. It took him a couple of hours to put them on the bike so I would suggest the store delivery and ask if they will put them on for you. You WILL need a pick-up, van or large SUV as the bike is 30 inches across and most likely will not fit into a car. He has spent the last three hours riding his new bike and loves it. I would recommend this product to all parents with kids on the autism spectrum. Matching it with a black bike also camouflages them better. He wants to go to camp this weekend to ride all the trails again. I also realize that they cost twice as much as the bike but if necessary they can be transferred to another bike and if some day he learns to ride with out them I will donate them to another family to use. 06/03/2014