BMX bike 16-inches tall in pink for girls. There is only one bike that comes with a doll seat, a basket, streamers, and training wheels for girls
This pink and white bike frame features a long wheel base. There are white components on the frame, fork, stem, and handlebars of this bike. The coaster brake on the rear of the vehicle
The multi-colored girls bike seat, tires, grips, and training wheels are all included. Due to the BMX training wheels included, it does not include a kickstand
This bike comes with handlebar pads for the safety of your child. There is some light assembly required for this Girls Pink BMX Bike that arrives 85% assembled
Whether it's a birthday or holiday gift for girls, we think this pink bike will suit their needs. It is Titan's recommendation to buy it for your first bike
Questions & Answers
The age of my daughter is 6 and she weighs about 36 pounds. She is 4" tall and weighs about 36 pounds. Could this bike be suitable for her or should I think about buying her an 18" bike?
If she were to ride the 18-inch bike, I would consider it. She has a broad chest and is rising to be a tall young lady. She is 5 1/2 years old and has reached around It is starting to seem too small for her to ride the 16-inch bike.
The first bike for my daughter who weighs over 50 pounds and is 5 years ?
Yes, of course. It is a great bike for kids. I got it for my daughter when she was 5 years old and she was about 50 pounds.
What is the standover height for this bike? Our daughter is ready for the 16" wheels, but at a shorter height, her legs are not long enough to reach the ground. ?
A total of 21 inches is available with the seat down all the way.
Dear Sirs, I noticed that the training wheels after assembly are out of line with the rear wheels. This may be by design or there could be a problem. ?
I would like to hear from you by email You can send us a few pictures so we can determine if something needs to be replaced. Email is the best way to reach me The following address is the mailing address BikesUSA Inc.'s customer service email is [email protected]
Selected User Reviews For Titan Girl's Flower Princess BMX Bike, Pink, 16-Inch
It was therefore recommended that the 16" be used
When the seat is set to the lowest position. My daughter has been asking me to buy her a bike ever since she turned 4. The 16" was deemed appropriate for her size since she is 42 inches tall. Even with the lowest seat settings, she is able to use it for a longer period of time, which is what I wanted. Neither she nor her sister has ever ridden a bike, always just little trikes. Taking off on it wasn't a problem at all since it was her first bike. It was absolutely wonderful to see how much she loved the baby carrier and Putting this together was simple, and it appears very sturdy and steady once it is put together. As bikes for kids are so temporary, I never set high expectations for them since they grow so fast. In spite of this, I still expect them to be safe, and so far this bike has been just as safe as I expected. I am very happy with my.
| Jun 07, 2021
Only the left pedal needs to be attached to the bicycle to complete it. Peddle could not be inserted on bike due to a threading problem. The problem could be with the arm holding the peddle or with the actual peddle. This means that the bicycle is completely useless since it won't fit in there. To date, I have contacted Bike USA three times, via email, by phone, and via Facebook, yet have not received a single response. My preference would be to get a new bike or to move to another city In the current state of affairs, I am at least aware what my options are. The bike should be thrown away now and money should be spent on a new
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| Apr 02, 2021
It is a functional bike that we purchased about a month ago for our 3y10m-old son She has been around since she was young
A 12-inch bike had been in use by her Introducing her to bicycles was the first step in her aspiration to ride a big girl bike. She had previously used an inch balance bike and a tricycle for about a year and had acquired her balance well. We did not put training wheels on it. The transition from balance bike to this bike seemed more challenging because the bike has larger wheels and is substantially heavier than her balance bike. Although we were worried, she was pedaling by the end of the day. The bike rides well, the tires are sturdy, and there are no problems with it. I deducted one star for the lack of a kickstand, as well as the poor quality of the extras (especially the doll seat and tassels). It appears that most bicycles in this size that are comparable cost do not come with a kickstand. There aren't that many kids who will be able to use it without training wheels, so the manufacturers expect it to be less popular. Due to this, my daughter has to put it on the sidewalk since it does not have one. Although it is made of a plastic material, the protective covering for the gears may crack eventually since it will likely not hold up to repeated drops on the sidewalk. In addition to the doll seat, I was disappointed with the backrest. As a result, even though her doll seat fits on the bike at its lowest setting, the doll's feet stick out over my daughter's seat, making it difficult for my daughter to ride. If my daughter can raise the seat by 2 inches, her doll will fit comfortably on the bike. Additionally, the tassels on the handlebars barely adhere to the handlebars. In less than a month, we have lost more than half of our She doesn't have anything to do with her bike being swung around by them anyway. It's just a matter of pulling them out. Nonetheless, I rate this bike with a 4 out of 5. With respect to the price point, I think we chose the best option.
| Apr 24, 2021
A used or refurbished bike was sold to us
Firstly, I want to say how much my daughter loves this bike. It is excellent in almost every aspect except During only three months of light use, the paint began to peel and large areas of rust were revealed under Let me just say I am dumbfounded that this happened to a bike that was labeled.
| Oct 29, 2020
A loud clanking sound can be heard when pedaling
She was very excited about it when we bought it for our 5 year old daughter. During the first ride, we noticed that there is a clanking noise every time the pedals are revolutionized. My first thought was that it might need to be broken in, so I let her ride it a little more. However, she began to experience a clanking (I say clanking deliberately, as it was a low The volume was increased to 7). A second one did exactly the same thing after we returned it. Our second bike was kept because the shipping box for the first one was thrown away and I ended up needing the replacement box to return it. In light of that, I gave this bike a 3 instead of a 1 or 2 for the price I paid since I am not sure I would find a bike without some defects at this price. It is my hope that the sound of clanking will eventually cease.
| Jun 28, 2021
I appreciate the price and most things about it, but there are It is my daughter's favorite bike, and we took off the training wheels since she is old enough to balance on it
My favorite part of it is the purple tires and the color-blocking. Although it was not as simple as it seems (and I am a pretty handy guy), as the sequence of parts for the handlebar stem, it eventually went together. Youtube has a couple of videos online for you to check out There are certain parts of a handle fork that need to be inserted properly, in particular. It does not fade and can withstand rain since it is left outside, so we cover it with a large bike cover (not included and we had to buy an adult bike cover) as well so it will stay dry.
There are 2 caveats / beware you need to be aware of This is
-. This product does not come with a kickstand! There are so many affordable ones on Amazon that you cannot imagine how hard it is to find. Adult bikes are the most common. There are only 1 or 2 vendors who occupy this space in the center It is a mount-mounted 16" bike stand, which costs between $30 and Is the manufacturer going cheap here because they are trying to make money? The bike stand that was made for my bike would make me willing to pay an additional $10 or $20. In the meantime, (I'm waiting for my stand)- You can loosen the axle nuts if you don't take care of them! The wheels on the bike are secured with a safety catch, but parents need to check the nuts every two to three The expansion caused by cold or heat could explain it. In addition to those two items, we have the following concerns Great bike - I recommend it It's a big hit with my girl. Good progress has been made with the colors. You'll want to use a cover (not included) to keep the painting from getting faded in the sun and rain. Additionally, make sure those wheel nuts are in good shape!.
| Dec 01, 2020