** Urban Racers 12" Kids' Bike with Stabilisers now £25.00 or £12.50 Clubcard Boost @ Tesco Direct (Free CnC) **
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** Urban Racers 12" Kids' Bike with Stabilisers now £25.00 or £12.50 Clubcard Boost @ Tesco Direct (Free CnC) **

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Found 20th Aug 2015
Excellent choice for a first bike

Get out in the sun and enjoy a bike ride in style with this Urban Racers bicycle with a red, 9" frame made from steel. This bike boasts a chain guard with a black and white striped design. The Urban Racers bike features front and rear wheels that are 12" tall with removable stabilisers. The bicycle has front and rear calliper brakes, ensuring you can be safe whilst cycling. The Urban Racers bike comes with a cushioned saddle with crash pads and has a maximum weight capacity of 20kg.

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11 Comments

Thanks, bought for nephew

Get out in the sun?

Ordered with £12.50 clubcard vouchers. Thanks op!!!

Just wondering where the sun is so I can get out.

Don't waste your vouchers, this bike is so bad your better off not having one. The rear wheel spins half the time rather than actually transmitting power to the ground (I *think* it's because the tyres are solid plastic rather than rubber so offer no grip). My son was really excited about having a bike but hasn't really ridden it since as it wasn't much fun spinning on the spot.

Fiendmish

Don't waste your vouchers, this bike is so bad your better off not having … Don't waste your vouchers, this bike is so bad your better off not having one. The rear wheel spins half the time rather than actually transmitting power to the ground (I *think* it's because the tyres are solid plastic rather than rubber so offer no grip). My son was really excited about having a bike but hasn't really ridden it since as it wasn't much fun spinning on the spot.



Sounds faulty. They don't normally do this.

Ordered.

Fiendmish

Don't waste your vouchers, this bike is so bad your better off not having … Don't waste your vouchers, this bike is so bad your better off not having one. The rear wheel spins half the time rather than actually transmitting power to the ground (I *think* it's because the tyres are solid plastic rather than rubber so offer no grip). My son was really excited about having a bike but hasn't really ridden it since as it wasn't much fun spinning on the spot.



Have you tried putting the stabilisers a bit higher?

Ordered - my 3 year old is sick of making the effort with his Brother's old balance bike now his big bro is flying about on his new bike. Should keep him happy even if it falls apart in a few months seen as its costs me £4 after vouchers!!

hifisi

Have you tried putting the stabilisers a bit higher?



Yep, still happens. people on Tesco review saying similar things (though they think it's chain slip)

I brought this for my son when it was on offer before (sadly not as cheap as this though).. We haven't had any problems with it. It's a lovely little bike.

Edited by: "sarahhxo" 21st Aug 2015
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