Love, love, love this bike. Because of previous hip surgery could not ride my old bike. The middle bar of the Hollandia Oma is somewhat lower, it's perfect for me to ride. Seat is comfy and it came with a bell. People on the street tell me, \"great bike\" as I ride past.\n\nPrice was great and Walmart put it together for free. Can't beat that.
Got it for boy's 18\" bike. Not the thickest metal...but fine for $8 and the only one that fit his bike so far no problems. I wouldn't use it for an adult bike or a heavy bike.\n\nBut with walmart's return policy and free shipping to store, worth trying.
Overall the bike is a good value and would recomend to anybody. Instructions need to be more specific to the model of bike. Instructions were written for multiple models and need to be more model specific. Bike did come with a dent in the front fender but figured I will be putting in a couple more dents before I'm done with it.
Bought these for my 4 year old twins for their birthday. My boys are taller than average and these bikes are still large enough for them to use...for maybe 6-12 months. For an average size child, these would probably works best for 3-6 years old, for a taller child, probably closer to 2 1\/2 - 5 years old.
I'm also Dutch. I researched importing an oma bike from Holland, but it proved too expensive. No, this bike doesn't meet the quality of a real Dutch bike, but you're also not paying as much and c'mon, you're buying it from Walmart, so what did you expect? This bike is a fun novelty. It's cheaply made, but allows you to ride a bike with a Dutch look, so it's fun. Just set your expectations right and if you want a real Dutch bike you shouldn't be buying from Walmart at this price level.
I knew getting a unicycle and learning how to ride was going to be challenging and of course before my purchase i made all the right choices of research of how to ride and where to go to join a unicycle group so i wouldn't be learning alone. If you are planning on getting a unicycle do the research don't just decide to get a unicycle and think its going to be easy...its a skill that has to be learned and practiced so you need to have patience with it.
I bought this pump last year for my new mountain bike. It looked cool on my bike and I felt confident that if I would need it, it would be there. And then the day came, just about a year later when it was called into duty. While some 7 miles from home I found myself with a flat tire. I patched the tube, got the tire back on the rim and then tried to pump it back up only to find this next to impossible.\n\nFirst, it is nearly impossible to get the pump to seat properly on the valve. Oh you will think it is on correctly but as you pump no air goes into the tire. I spent more time trying to get the pump to seat right then I did actually patching the tube.\n\nSecondly, once I finally got it on the valve, it took over ten minutes of pumping to get the tire 1\/2 filled.\n\nAnd lastly, after struggling to get the pump seated on the value and trying to pump air into the tire, the handle broke. It just came right off the pump in such a way that it was impossible to use the pump any more.\n\nSo there I was, the middle of nowhere with a front tire that was only half full of air after well over an hour of working on it in the hot sun.\n\nYou can be sure I won't be buying another pump from Walmart!
I picked it up at the store using sitetostore. The packing was terrible. It was just thrown in a medium sized box with no packing material whatsoever. Its a heavy item for the flimsy box it was in.
Other than that its a good hanger. It does the job. I recommend modding the arm a little bit by adding extra foam or cusioning. It comes with a cheap little pad that left me wanting more padding.
For the price i'm glad i got it.
I thought these were very well made, light weight, and reasonably priced. I had to modify them to fit them on my Schwinn Avenue 700C. But I can't hold that against them. They never specifically said they fit that particular bicycle. But the reason I couldn't give them 5 stars Is because they didn't come with any hardware to assemble them with. It cost me half as much to get the nuts and bolts, as the finders cost. You can't just buy what you need any more. You have to buy them by the bag full. And it was a hole lot of fun tracking the right one's down to fit the threaded holes on the bike frame.
First off A mountain bike at this price, should always come with a front shock, quality bikes with front shocks for far less are available at any Walmart store, professionally assembled and ready to go. In fact on line pro bike sites sell aluminum bikes with front shock for this price. It could be ultra lite, But not carbon Fiber so not worth it. A mountain bike is to tame trails, pot holes and curb jumps and a front fork soaks em up. Rugged construction and ride is more important that light weight. Better that you loose a few pounds than the bike. If not look at a road bike, light, quick but stiff harsh rides in most cases.
I WILL NEVER SHOP AT WALMART AGAIN. Back on April 10th I ordered a frying pan via ship to store...today is April 25th and not in yet. It take up to 3 weeks to get you delivery from SHIP TO STORE. So I asked why on my blog and on my website. Out of 2,225 people 88% told me they also waited up to 3 weeks to get there order. So I wrote Walmart a email & this in part is what they wrote me back, \"if you don't like the waiting time PAY to have it shipped to your house\". The frying pan is $20 from the Walmart website and it will be shipped to the Walmart store for free (OR) for $9.25 I can have it shipped to my home. SO I wanted to see how Target would do on this same frying pan. I ordered the frying though Target on April 21st and on April 24th it was at their store and ready for pick up. Walmart YOUR DOING SOMETHING WRONG!!!!!
The photo of this product is not the product I received. The cradle arms on mine are bent and about one foot apart. The installation instructions are sorely lacking. I am still waiting on the manufacturer to get back to me about some extra straps that are on the rack but not shown in the instructions. I did manage to get it on my Rav4 but now I need to figure out how to put my bike on it. If I had a man's bike I sure it would be easy, but women's bike is a big question mark for me.