Recommend me a 24" kids' bike?
Islabikes are always a great choice for kids’ bikes. Great fit (all the components are well thought out), very light and high quality.
Expensive to buy but good resale value if he’s going to be selling it after she’s grown out of it (unfortunately, this means they are quite expensive to buy s/h).Posted 4 years agoeuainSubscriber
Ignoring the OP who says low price is the main thing I would also point out other bikes hold their value
He didn’t say that – he said
[budget is] as little as possible, she’ll grow out of it, etc…
to which pointing out the Islabike total cost of ownership is probably reasonable 😉
Surely if low price is the main thing, you can’t look past something like this: it even has suspension?Posted 4 years ago
Not for me, for a mate of mine.
Am shopping for a 24″ (wheel) mtb. Decathlon still seems the obv choice, unless you recommend anywhere else?
[budget is] as little as possible, she’ll grow out of it, etc… Decathlon Nature is £144, so let’s start there
Any suggestions? Second-hand considered also.
Cheers in advance, etc.Posted 4 years ago
Of course not we all ride as team Aldi 8)
I dont buy as as expensive as for me with some things as they will out grow it for example I have some walking boots older than my kids there’s cost £25 mine were much dearer.
low price is the main thing
[budget is] as little as possible
I am not sure why you think these collections of words mean different things tbh
That said nice choice 😉
Its true we can argue about F all
Cougar dont forget to show your mate this thread to show them how helpful we all are …he will have no idea why we require moderators 😉 and 🙄Posted 4 years agovariflexSubscriber
Just bought my 7 year old one of these for £250
Different from the usual spec et al and VERY well made. Little things like the brakes are from a BMX so smaller than the normal MTB brakes. Not quite at Islabike level but very good all the same. In red it looks the doughnuts.Posted 4 years ago
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