This's the best one I found in the price range. The color is cool. My son loves it. I have bought huffy products before like a smaller bike and a scooter. They give good products at a reasonable price range. Putting it together takes some time, but doable. Instructions are not crystal clear but you will figure it out. Our original opinion for any item will be you get what you pay for. But with this bike you will be happy. Because for the kids of this age, no unnecessary accessories are required than a decent bike. So I think this is a better option than most others.
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Huffy EZ Build 16" Rock It Boys' Bike, Silver
Sidewalk adventures are minutes away when this 16" Rock It EZ Build Bike arrives at your door. With Huffy EZ Build, only from Huffy, it's Quick and Easy Assembly with No Tools Required to build this bike! Just 4 easy steps: insert the training wheels, insert handlebar and fork, fold down the pedals, and insert the seat. That's it! So easy, so fast and your child can ride this Rock It bike.
This 16" bicycle features a cool racing style with number "16" graphics. The durable steel frame is decorated with silver and black colors and features striking neon green accents. Edgy green wheel rims provide a cool style. The decorated crossbar pad completes the overall racing look.
This bike is fun to ride, and has great features, too! This single-speed bike comes with an easy-to-use coaster brake and wide training wheels. An alloy quick-release lever that makes it easy to adjust the seat to the right height. This seat is padded to make sure every ride is comfortable.
Cool racing fun, inspired by this bike's racing graphics, is just what your child wants, and Huffy's EZ Build feature makes it quick and easy to assemble. Get ready for your child to deliver that winning smile! From Huffy, We Make Fun. Fast!
16" Bike for Boys' Features:
- Features: Huffy's new EZ Build bike means Quick and Easy Assembly, no tools required, 4 simple steps!
- Description: Single-speed bike features a cool racing style with number "16" graphics.
- Recommended Age: 4 to 6 years.
- Ideal Rider Height: 42 to 48 inches.
- Training Wheels: Wide training wheels for sturdy sidewalk use.
- Brake: Easy-to-use coaster brake, simply pedal back to stop.
- Frame: Durable steel bicycle frame in silver.
- Handlebars: Hi-rise handlebar in black with a complementary crossbar pad.
- Grips: Comfortable grips coordinate with the design.
- Seat: Padded seat with a quick-release lever for easy height adjustment.
- Tires: 16" x 1.95" black tires.
- Rims: Durable steel rims in neon green.
- Pedals: Junior size pedals with reflectors.
- Carton Dimensions: Length: 36.22" x Width: 7.28" x Height 16.93"
- Weight: 22.22 lbs.
Free Bike Assembly Option in most Stores: If you select Site-to-Store or Pick-Up-Today delivery, please note that due to the high holiday demand, the bike may be still in-box and not assembled at time of your pick-up. Upon your arrival at the Store, please check with a Walmart associate for available complimentary assembly options offered at the Store or a nearby Store location (please allow for up to 2 days for assembly.).
Clear assembly instructions included
Limited Lifetime Frame Warranty
Warranty information is located on the product?s manual. Please feel free to contact Huffy customer service for warranty information at 1 (800) 872-2453 or email us at email@example.com.
From Huffy, the company making quality bicycles since 1892.
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51.00 x 21.00 x 32.50 Inches
Good looking sturdy bike and great price
I purchased it assembled already (that was a bonus surprise! I don't think I paid more for it). We had purchased another bike for my tall-ish 4.5 year old and it was too big even though we used the size chart. So we got him this bike and it's great! It has brakes on the pedals only and no kick stand. It's already gotten a little scuffed up (the seat and handgrips on the handle bars) but I think it's just from normal 4 year old wear and tear. We've had it a month now and we have fallen A LOT and it seems sturdy. You really can't beat the price too.
My 6 year old has been really hesitant on a bike and is just starting to get the hang of it. He got really excited when this came and even helped me put it together. He has ridden it every day for the last 3 weeks. I could not be happier with the quality for the price and ease of assembly!
Received item when expected. Found the assembly easy and straightforward, with the exception of one item (front reflector), which was broken. I had hoped to be able to request a replacement, but found no information in the user's manual to do so. Otherwise, it seems a value for the price.
Good bike, one problem on assembly.
It's a good bike. Honestly the only reason I'm giving it four is that one of the paddles wouldn't spin and my husband had to make it. It could have been a fluke, but if you have a problem with the foot paddles (I don't know what they are called) then I guess post it here and maybe they will see. Or if you aren't putting it together at two am and think “life's too short!” take it back and they can look at how they are storing and shipping.
handlebars too high
This bike seems sturdy, but the handlebars are too high. Our somewhat tall 4yo fit the seat perfectly in the lowest position, but the center of the handlebars was about level with his face. I prefer children's bikes where they lean a bit forward toward the handlebars, this seems to give them more control. We have found some other 16" bikes with lower handlebars that seem to fit him better- now we are just looking for one that doesn't have a giant plastic star wars/superhero/hot wheels thing stuck to the front.
2 Days +4 Days = Damaged Bike w/ no time to return
Purchased this bike as a surprise for a child in foster care. It was expected the same day. I received notification advising of a 'delay' after two days, the delay turned to four. I was able to pick up the bike on Friday, December 6th. When the box was brought out by the customer service representative, I noticed a huge hole on one side. I thought maybe some grabbed it the wrong way and their finger just went through the cardboard. It wasn't until I got home and started putting the bike together I realized the paint on the bike had been scratched off (see photo below). With no time to return and wait on another one, I tried contacting Walmart Online Order Support. If there's a phone number, I've yet to find it! I would like at least $25 of money reimbursed for the damaged gift. I'm sure the recipient will be happy to receive the bike regardless. However, it was not my intent to give him something damaged. You disappointed me Walmart.
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