Buyer's Reviews 330

I like bright light blue. My son likes the wheels to light up. A wheel is a plastic wheel, similar to the wheel of a children's skateboard. So far, they have done very well! The packing for shipment is sufficient. There is no damage during transportation, all the parts and instructions are together.

Buyer's Reviews 148

Instead of buying a training bike, I bought a small bike with these two wheels. It's easy to install and it's very helpful for my 6-year-old son to start learning. Those wheels are strong.

1 pounds
12.2 x 7.2 x 2 inches
1 Pair
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Buyer's Reviews 552

These training wheels did what we needed them to do! Because of our position on the gravel road, our son learned to ride a bike a little late. He's almost eight years old, and the last time we weighed him 96 pounds. We finally had a chance to store his bike in a place where we could teach him to ride correctly. Unfortunately, he has grown up and the bike we bought him has auxiliary wheels, but fortunately, he inherited his cousin's bike. His size, but no training wheels. We went to the local Wal-Mart and bought the auxiliary wheel of the brand they were carrying. They lasted a total of three days until the plastic center burst and the wheels became useless. Most importantly, the set was so thin that it began to open on the first ride. They are obviously designed for younger children. So, while I was hunting, I stumbled across the collection, and after reading the comments, I decided to give them a chance. I'm a little worried because some comments say that even if riders fall below the 125-pound threshold, their wheels bend. I am very pleased to report from our experience that they will not succumb to a 96-pound child, and if his life now depends on this child, then he will not be able to balance correctly. Ha! At this time, we are very pleased with this rugged nature, but I will update if something happens in the course of use.

Buyer's Reviews 676

My little guy needs new auxiliary wheels. We found these. They're incredible! At first, its price attracted our attention, compared with some of the other practice rounds (they are not very good), this is a large number, but then we took a closer look. These wheels are like little monster truck wheels! (of course, the title should have told me, but my defense was that I was just looking for a 'training wheel'.) My son fell out when he saw them! So is Dad.) He (my son) (with his father) every day in the mailbox, the postman asked if his wheel had arrived. He was an impatient little monkey, so when they arrived, the postman delivered his package to our door. with a bright smile on his face, he told him that the wheel had arrived! It only took a few days, but as I mentioned, he was impatient.) He tore open the package, immediately helped Dad put it on, and quickly showed off his new giant truck wheels to everyone who wanted to see him the way he did! They're very strong. Nice and thick, much better than the usual training round. By becoming bigger and more bulky, they actually increase stability. They are easy to wear, easy to remove, easy to adjust, and equipped with all the hardware you need. For your little monster truck fan, these are for your wheels!

Buyer's Reviews 60

These training wheels work very well, if you have rear brakes, please do not buy, because the axle will be too short, you must replace the rear wheel hub and get the long shaft to adapt to the coach. I think the wheels should be a little wider to prevent them from overturning when they turn sharply. In addition, the wheels on the trainer should rotate more freely.

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I like these. We had to change the wheels that came with my son's bike because one of them unfortunately ended. These are much better. I hate wasting and having to buy things many times, but these will grow up with my son because they work in different sizes. They are also much better in quality, the wheels rotate easily, and I am very confident that even with my son's abuse, they will pass the test of time.

Buyer's Reviews 31

It was easy to install my son and was very excited to see the bike training wheel. He's in pain. With the auxiliary wheel, he didn't worry about falling off his bike. I don't have to worry about his safety anymore. It's really delicious. Strong brackets and heavy wheels give a great sense of security. The accessories are complete, and the two gifts are very practical. I am very satisfied with this product.

9.4 x 7.8 x 8.3 inches ; 2.42 pounds
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Receive accurate items, sealed packaging with all parts. I was a 72-year-old grandmother who installed these in less than an hour (I did ask my husband to reinforce my bolt turns to make sure they were as tight as possible). I watched a few videos on utube to get an overview of how to install it. These ride 18-inch bicycles. They are perfect, especially in terms of price.

Buyer's Reviews 61

Like everyone else, I got this special set of training wheels because it was suitable for a bike with 20-inch wheels and a rear transmission. The instructions are good enough, but you have to be careful to put the right washers in the right place, which is shown in the instructions, but I missed it for the first time. In addition, the links on the bikes gave them a wider grip than my favorite bracket, so I used 99c pipe clips from the hardware store to ensure their safety (see photo). Elsewhere, I saw a lot of comments about training wheelsets learning to ride bicycles, so we tried it without them. It's not fun for any of us. I think training wheels are good for children who may have strength or balance problems, but want to ride a bike.

10.4 x 6.2 x 2.2 inches ; 1 pounds
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In fact, it's not the training wheel of 50 years ago; I remember the very strong wheel strut. This does not mean that they are better than 40-pound children, because they bend with 45-pound and 80-pound children. The second problem: some bicycles have oval pipe racks, these are for round tubes. I would recommend a 40-pound child and a 16-inch bike.