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Item Number (DPCI): 082-03-1067
New and only at Target! The Huffy 16" Glitter bike is a dreamy ride with a bright mix of hot pink, violet and pool blue colors. Sparkly streamers and a removable purse accessorize this bike and make it super-fun to ride and super-fun to play. This single-speed bike in pink with white and teal details is fully decorated on the handlebar bag, the chain-guard and wheels. Plus, there's a seat quick release for easy height adjustment. The sturdy kickstand and 16” tires create a wonder to ride. The decorated, full-color padded seat is very comfortable to ride. The durable steel frame is built to last and backed by our limited lifetime frame.
front reflector was missing, unable to resolve online. Advised to resolve via chat or phone, unable to reach rep either way. Axle separate from pedals. What that means is when the tire spins it does not sync with pedals. So, the pedals only move with constant active leg motion, so if child lifts their foot off pedals for a moment, wheels doesn't go. Not sure of the rational for this, maybe...safety. makes it more difficult, that's all. Granddaughter loves the colors though and was very excited. Not sure if we would have been better off going from 12"-18" vs 16", seems she may outgrow bike by end of summer. streamers are flimsy, easily pulled out. Not plastic, as I remember growing up.
Excellent, well made first 2-wheeler for my 4 year old grand-daughter! And it was easy to assemble! The coaster brake works fine. The front hand brake is overkill. Plus the hand size required to engage the hand brake is beyond the reach of your average 4-5yr old.
I bought this bike as a bigger bike for my 5 year old to learn to ride on. She loves the bike, but I am going crazy trying to figure out how to properly install the hand break. The break pads won't stop rubbing against the tire no matter how many times I've adjusted the hand break cables. It maybe be user error, but I cannot get the seat to tighten enough to not swivel side to side. Lastly, when opening the box, everything was thrown in there all crazy and there was one random screw at the bottom of the box that I think is to tighten the handle bar break to the handle bar, but for whatever reason doesn't fit properly. I feel like this would be such a great bike if i can get the handle bar mechanism working properly.