Girls Pink Bike 12" £24.99 Saving £20 PLUS Half Price Cycle Safety Set (£3.99) @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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* Colour of frame pink.

* Front brakes calliper.

* Rear brakes calliper.

* Frame material steel.

* Stabiliser wheel included.

* Handlebar plastic protector included.

* Frame size 20cm (8in).

* Wheel size 30cm (12in).

* Suitable for leg measurements 34 to 41cm.

* Suitable for ages 3 years and over.

* Gender female.

* Detachable stabilisers and handlebar streamers.

* Some assembly required.

Get a 20% online exclusive discount on this product by entering code SPORT20 on the payment page in the checkout. Discount applies to UK home delivery only. Hurry, ends Tuesday 2nd December.

Special offer

Buy this bike and get a half price Challenge girls helmet and pad set (333/1862). To receive this offer add both items to your trolley. Offer ends 16th January 2009.

* Pink cycle helmet size 48-52cm and one set of knee and elbow pads.

* 6 vents.
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It's a very inexpensive bike, no arguing with that, but even by the low standards you get in kids bikes, this is pretty terrible. I stupidly bought one for my daughter. It's wheels are badly molded, and because they're not inflatable are quite bad on anything but a perfect surface. The stabalizers are not adjustable, and once again for anything but a level hard surface, won't work as they usually lift the main (drive) wheel off the ground.

My advice is to avoid. It's more likely to hold your child back from learning to cycle than anything else.
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It's a very inexpensive bike, no arguing with that, but even by the low standards you get in kids bikes, this is pretty terrible. I stupidly bought one for my daughter. It's wheels are badly molded, and because they're not inflatable are quite bad on anything but a perfect surface. The stabalizers are not adjustable, and once again for anything but a level hard surface, won't work as they usually lift the main (drive) wheel off the ground.

My advice is to avoid. It's more likely to hold your child back from learning to cycle than anything else.


Totally agree.

This bike is a shocker and simply does not work. Someone should let the manufacturers in on the invention of the wheel and tell them what makes a good one,

The wheels are buckled meaning that they always hit the brake blocks no matter how much you adjust. Terrible! Agree with your other comments too. Assembly is also a sore process.

Poor show by Argos.

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