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RoyalBaby Kids Bike Boys Girls Freestyle Bicycle 12 14 16 Inch with Training Wheels, 16 18 20 with Kickstand Child's Bike, Blue Red White Pink Green Orange

Price:PKR. 45,540.00 /

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RoyalBabys newly developed Freestyle bike for boys and girls offers factory direct sales with favorable retail price. They are the most famous and best selling kid bike brand in China, with patented components featuring outstanding designs and quality. They are built to be compliant with CPSC and ISO standards. The bikes also come with unique strong individual packaging that is easy to carry which improves safe delivery. Available in 12, 14, 16 and 18 inch wheels. Creative colors to choose for your little riders' favor. RoyalBabys neu entwickeltes Freestyle-Fahrrad für Jungen und Mädchen bietet Fabrik-Direktverkäufe mit günstigem Einzelhandelspreis. Sie sind die bekannteste und meistverkaufte Kinderfahrrad-Marke in China, mit patentierten Komponenten mit herausragendem Design und Qualität. Sie sind so konstruiert, dass sie den CPSC- und ISO-Standards entsprechen. Die Fahrräder werden auch mit einer einzigartigen stabilen Einzelverpackung geliefert, die leicht zu transportieren ist, was die sichere Lieferung verbessert. Erhältlich in 12, 14, 16 und 18 Zoll Rädern. Kreative Farben zur Auswahl. ???? ????? ????? ????? ??? ????? ???? ?????? ?????? ??????? ??????? ?????? ?????? ?? ?????? ???? ??????? ???????. ???? ??????? ???????? ?????? ???? ??????? ?????? ??????? ??????? ?? ?????? ?? ?????? ????? ??? ????? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ??????? ??????? ?? ?????? CPSC ?ISO . ???? ???????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ?????? ???? ????? ??? ???? ?? ??????? ?????. ????? ?????? 30.5 ?? ?35.5 ?? ?40.6 ?? ?45.7 ??. ????? ?????? ?????? ???? ?? ????? ???????? ??????. A bicicleta Freestyle recentemente desenvolvida da RoyalBabys para meninos e meninas oferece vendas diretas de fábrica com preço de varejo favorável. Elas são a marca de bicicleta infantil mais famosa e mais vendida na China, com componentes patenteados com designs e qualidade excepcionais. Eles são construídos para serem compatíveis com os padrões CPSC e ISO. As bicicletas também vêm com uma embalagem individual forte e exclusiva que é fácil de carregar, o que melhora a entrega segura. Disponível em rodas de 30,5 cm, 35,5 cm, 40,6 cm e 45,7 cm. Cores criativas para escolher para os seus pequenos ciclistas. RoyalBabys ???? Freestyle ???,???????????,?????? ????????????????????,???????????????? ???? CPSC ? ISO ??? ??????????????????,????,??????? ?? 12?14?16 ? 18 ?????? ?????????????? RoyalBabys? ?? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ???? ?? ???? ?????. ???? ?? ???? ?? ? ??? ??? ??? ????, ?? ?? ???? ??? ???? ??? ???? ???. CPSC ? ISO ??? ????? ???????. ???? ?? ??? ?? ???? ??? ?? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ??????. 12, 14, 16, 18?? ?? ?????. ?? ????? ??? ?? ???? ??? ??? ? ????.

Andy Elliott
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018

Review:Back in college, I used to work in a bike shop that sold low-mid price bicycles. I spent a lot of time assembling and repairing them. Lots of times, lower-end bikes had lots of issues: bent parts, untrue wheels, misaligned brakes, etc. I had never heard of the Royal Baby brand before, but after reading other reviews, I decided to get one for my eight year old son. Of course, when it arrived, I gave it my usual thorough walkthrough. Initially, I noticed that the parts seemed to be good quality. Welds were solid and the finish was perfect. Assembly was just like any other bicycle: pedals, handlebars, seat, accessories. All parts lined up perfectly on the first try. No fighting, no twisting and pulling, none of that. It also comes with some cheap tools to help with assembly, so you don't have to worry about finding a pedal wrench, or the right size metric allen. Once together, I started to look at the mechanics. Tires were very true. There was no noticeable wobble to them, which was abnormal for bikes in the $100-150 range. The brakes were adjusted perfectly. They were centered on the rim and had the perfect amount of pull. Overall, it seems like a quality bike for the price and I am pleased with the purchase. Read more

Kindle Customer
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2018

Review:I bought two of these: The 16 inch pink bike for my daughter who will be turning 5 next week. I did not take her measurements, but she is a size 5/6 in tops and pants right now for size comparison. The bike is great with the training wheels, but it is too big for her to handle without them yet. If I had known what I know now, I would have bought her one size down to start off with. For now, she can ride this with the training wheels to get used to it and we will just keep her much smaller bike until she has made a full transition. The 18 inch blue bike for my 7 1/2 year old Son - Again, no measurements, but he is a size 7/8 for size comparison. This bike just fits with room to grow. Last fall, it would have been a bit too big for him. Sizing aside, here are my thoughts: This is a great bike! It is nice and sturdy and I love the look. (especially the fact that the pink is still girly looking but has BLACK tires, not the dang white tires that most little girls bikes have) We live on a farm, so no sidewalks. Just dirt, gravel and grass to ride on. These bikes ride just fine on the rough terrain. My kids love that the bikes came with a water bottle. The 16" bike has a firmer white seat with what sort of looks like a hand grip in the back. The 18" bike has a slightly cushier black seat - like a normal bike seat. Neither of the kids have mentioned that they especially love or dislike their seats. Both bikes have brake, which is nice - although my daughter is still getting used to using it - it's a little big for her tiny hands. I would recommend getting the hang of that before going down any hills And last - the assembly was pretty easy - They came mostly assembled already. It took about 15 minutes per bike (Putzing speed) to get everything ready to go. One bike came with the tires ready to go and one bike needed to have the tires inflated before riding. Overall, these have been great bikes so far and I am very pleased with the purchase! Read more

Mark F
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 7, 2015

Review:With our daughter about to turn seven, we realized that it was time to officially retire her 12" You&Me pink bike and upgrade. After literally hours of searching reviews online, we had narrowed it down to this model and a Diamondback 16" bike. We chose the RoyalBaby 16" model in orange. I sat down and read every single review of this bike, and I would like to address what seemed to be the most popular complaints: * "Too heavy!" - Not sure what these parents are comparing this bike to. I kept checking the shipping weight to see if I missed something and the "2" in the "28 lbs" was actually a 3 or a 4...but nope, I was right. Then, thinking about the mess of returning this large object, I ran out to the shed to see how heavy her 12" bike was. I picked it up...then I picked up my 20lbs bar bell...then I picked it up again. I estimated her bike to be maybe 3-5 lbs heavier than my weight. When the RoyalBaby bike arrived a day early (gotta love Prime!) I assembled it and picked it up. Boy, was I relieved when I easily hoisted it up with one arm. This bike maybe weighs around 25lbs, which is perfect for our 7 year old girl. She's already fallen and can easily hoist the bike back up on her own. To all those complainers, go spend another $100 and buy an aluminum frame bike for your kids. * "Wheels don't spin freely" - This was also a big concern of mine, as I am a stickler about quality control at the factory level. During assembly, I flipped the bike over and checked out both wheels. They did feel a bit "sticky" at first, and didn't roll to a stop. First off, fellow parents, please make sure you read all the directions before you begin, if you're not mechanically inclined. One thing I noticed was that the front caliper brakes needed to be adjusted, as they were rubbing slightly against the tire, creating that "imbalanced" sound when spinning the wheel quickly. I scanned the directions, and it had some instructions about how to adjust the front brakes. A few minutes later, no rubbing. The rear wheel also felt a bit sticky and had a bit of a rubbing sound also...but then I realized that you must turn it (when upside down) with the pedals fully forward and engaged. If the coaster brake is engaged in the slightest, you can hear it rubbing as the wheel turns, so take note. With an adjusted brake, the front wheel spun much easier, and almost rolled to a stop...there was some resistance still, but I figured with weight on the wheels right-side-up, resistance would be negligible. As the directions suggest, make sure you lube all moving parts periodically. I grabbed some 3 in 1 oil and some auto grease and lubed everything up. It felt like the wheels were just "out of the box" stiff, and began to loosen up a bit on their own. Which leads me to the next con to address... * "Wheels out of true" - This one was concerning because it was mentioned by a few reviewers who claimed to have experience in bike assembly, maintenance, and repair. I didn't really know what they meant by "true", so I did some Google research and realized they meant balanced, with a straight rim. Here is where I almost docked a star. Both wheels were out of true and that was part of the reason they didn't spin as freely as I had expected initially. As I spun the wheels, you could see both of them needed adjustment, as they bowed left and right with several "bubbles" causing the rim to wobble considerably as it spun. However, after reading about "truing" a bicycle wheel, I found that it was pretty straightforward: You just adjust the spoke studs at their base, right above the rim, with a spoke wrench. This bike's spokes are a size 13 according to my $9 spoke wrench I purchased on Amazon. Once I figured out tightening the spokes was counterclockwise, in about 10 minutes I had both wheels very close to true and they spun much easier! My daughter even mentioned that the bike seemed to ride much smoother after my adjustments. Since I was able to correct the issue, and I'm pretty sure that places like Wally World and Target don't "true" their bikes prior to purchase, I decided not to dock a star. * "Royal Baby All Over The Bike = Not Cool!" - I totally get this one for the kids who want to be big boys and girls. However, after easily peeling off a few decals, and throwing out the ridiculous stickers that come with it, this bike only says "RoyalBaby" in two places...the seat and the center of the handlebars. Even the company logo on the front of the frame has a predominant crown where you can't even see the small print "RoyalBaby" unless you stick your face right up to the forks. The company name on the tire tread is black on black so unless you're looking closely at the tires, you can't tell. This bike has definitely passed the cool test with our 7 year old daughter! * "Missing Parts" - Bike came with all the parts. * "Pedals won't screw on/break easily" - This one may change after a few months of use, so I'll keep an eye on it and update, if necessary. However, I had no issues with the pedals, they screwed onto the crank arms just fine (take note that the left hand pedal must be tightened counter-clockwise). * "Water bottle is cheap" - Have to agree with this one, unfortunately, as it already is cracked and leaking. However we have several bicycle water bottles in our home and they all fit snugly in the holder, which is made of metal and bolts to the frame. Not enough of an issue to warrant docking a star, in my opinion. * "Chain falls off" - Chain was nice and tight and has not come off, yet. Besides, the rear axle sits in a groove which allows you to slide it backwards or forward to adjust the tension in the chain, which apparently, some of these reviewers failed to realize. * "Tires won't hold air" - I inflated tires to 35 psi 4 days ago and they are still full. I was a bit apprehensive about purchasing this bike, but so far, it seems to be a home run. We can't keep her off of it, she even just likes to sit on it when she can't ride! The frame seems to be solid, well made, and has quality frame welds. The color scheme of the orange and black with the white seat really looks sharp! Heck, I would rock this bike, if I fit! After truing the wheels,it was definitely a relief to see her get up to speed and coast almost the entire length of the sidewalk. She also loves the big, thick black tires. I also really like that it comes with a kickstand and a quick-adjust seat, which makes sizing it for her a breeze! In conclusion, we are very happy with this bicycle. With a little time taken to read the instructions and make some basic adjustments, this bike seems more than capable of providing our kids with years of good riding. UPDATE 12-18-2015: After reading my review, the company sent me a replacement water bottle, free of charge. Very nice customer service, in my opinion. Bike has performed flawlessly so far... Read more


Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 29, 2018

Review:Bike stabilisers not fitting correctly and seller not responding to messages!! Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on July 2, 2019

Review:Let me start off by saying this is a good bike. I believe this bike will last through all three or my girls no problem. So why the 3 stars? Their are 4 big problems in my opinion with the bike, Here are the reasons 1-the sitting/pedalling position is kinda awkward very straight and in a way that its hard for my kid to transfer her weight into the pedals. Kid has adjusted but you can tell the bike is harder to pedal as she cant pedal as quick. 2-the handlebars don't completely rotate, they lock out fairly quickly, fine when you have training wheels not so good when they are learning on 2 wheels as it limits the kids ability to correct 3-As previously mentioned the bike is hard to pedal, when i hold the bike off the ground and rotate the pedals by hand you can feel the resistance in the pedalling mechanism, the rear wheel also stops rotating freely very quickly you can literally see it slow down. Maybe it’ll bresk-in over time but it hasnt so far 4- because of the weird sitting position my kid keeps hitting her knees on the handlebars if she turns them while pedalling. Never been an issue on any other bike she’s had. I will adjust the handle bars to be even more vertical but that makes it even more of an awkward seating position. All that said, the bike is of awesome quality, the large/wide tires make it smooth to ride. But those 4 flaws make it that i wouldn't buy again Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on July 18, 2019

Review:I purchased two for my twins. Of course, what kid doesn't like a fancy, shiny new bike? They look great and for the most part are nice and sturdy as their first bike upgrade from a balance bike. What I'm not keen on is that BOTH bikes are having ongoing issues with the hand breaks. Seems like a flaw in the design of how they're attached. Just a simple pin holds them on and they both fell off easily. Of course, the tiny pins were nowhere to be found, so we had to get creative to put them back on. The training wheels were super cheap but thankfully they came off after day 2. Also, my boys currently need the seats right at the bottom, and unfortunately because of this, the water bottles won't fit. Bit of a bummer about that too, but they'll grow. Hope these bikes last. Not sure how long the hand brakes will hang on for us. Also feel like they could have used a stronger/thicker coat(s) of paint. Read more

Oscar Sánchez

Date:Reviewed in Mexico on September 14, 2020

Review:Llevamos ya medio año con la bicicleta y a mi hijo de 3 años simplemente le fascina. Le costó un poco de trabajo adaptarse a la fuerza que se necesita para mover la bicicleta ya que si es un poco dura como mencionan los otros comentarios, pero una vez que se acostumbró la maneja como si no pesara un gramo. Adquirió mucha destreza muy rápido y la maneja bastante rápido. La bici es bastante resistente y los materiales son de excelente calidad. Es cómoda y se puede ajustar muy fácil la altura del asiento y el volante. Muy recomendable, estamos muy contentos con la compra. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Mexico on January 8, 2019

Review:LO BUENO: La bicicleta es muy vistosa, los detalles son buenos y es muy funcional. El "bote de agua" es bastante práctico. Las ruedas de asistencia son muy estables y se pueden ir ajustando para incrementar el equilibrio. Tiene freno de mano y también de pedal, con lo que el niño puede aprender los dos sistemas de frenado. Se ensambla muy fácil, solo se deben instalar las ruedas de asistencia, el manubrio y los pedales. Las llantas vienen infladas. A mi muchacho le gustó mucho. LO MALO: Solo presenta el freno de la mano izquierda. Tardó mucho en llegar, y cuando al fin lo hizo el transportista fue un poco latoso en la entrega; sin embargo, si eres paciente tendrás una buena bici. Read more