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Segway Ninebot Kids Bikes - 14-inch $188 and 18-inch $214

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Kids bikes (20") are impossible to find right now and I was researching these the last few days. This is a new release from Segway. Nice, unique design with cool safety features. The 18" seems to be comparable to the 20" (every local Trek and Giant dealers are out of stock). For clarification, these aren't electric like other segway products. They also have a 14"... but maybe better deal to just get the $99 huffy most places still have. Lowest ever (only bene out a couple of months) per CCC.

14" with training wheels (ages 3-6) is 188.34 (reg 219)
18" (ages 5-10) - $214.14 (reg $249)

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Does one pedal (sp?)this or not?
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Does one pedal (sp?)this or not?
Yep--regular bike. Not electric.
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the fully enclosed chain and the added padding make this a safer bike than the random $50 walmart bikes but with how my kids leave everything out in the yard I'll stick with the cheaper bikes till they get to the size above this one. once they grow out of the 18" you can grab some folding bikes or some others that can grow with them. I have one folding presently which my 8 y/o can ride when the seats down and I can ride when the seats up so it gives nice flexibility and stores nice and small when we put it up for the winter or take it places with us.
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Any good deal for kids bike 14 under $100?
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Yeah 20" bikes are impossible to find. I manage to find one at Dicks the Schwinn Thrasher just this weekend. Had to drive 150miles to pick it up. Been struggling to find any sort of 20" bikes for my son.
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Buying it for the availability, I think this is a great option. Buying it for safety, I think this is an over-engineered solution for a non-issue. My boys (4 & 6) have both had their fair share of wipeouts on the street for one reason or another and they get up and keep going just as I had. Sure, scraping hurts, but it's all part of the learning experience. Wrapping the bike in foam and covering the chain isn't going to make the street any softer. Obviously the biggest safety precaution you could ever take is making sure you've got a helmet on and I wear one for an example everyday (nah, I didn't wear a helmet as a kid, but I would never let my boys take that risk).
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19 lbs? Imagine riding a bike half your weight . And coaster brakes? This bike will work against the kids. Get a used high quality bike please
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Damn! It has pneumatic tires!
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If you're going to spend this much on a kids bike buy a Woom. They are better built and way lighter. Unless you want to buy a bike that will sit around not get used. Yeah they cost twice as much but when your child outgrows it you can sell online for a premium which means you'll be spending the same amount in the long run. The fork suspension on Segway is a joke and only adds unnecessary weight.
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Segway was bought by Ninebot back in 2015, Ninebot is funded by Xiaomi back in 2012. Since acquisition all Segway-Ninebot products are developed and made in China then branded as Segway-Ninebot to overseas.

So basically, you're buying Xiaomi product with a glorified brand name. Not saying they're not great value or cheap made, on contrary, they're well designed and unique.

I like Xiaomi product personally, but don't fall into thinking it's the same Segway, at least Ninebot have the decency to distinguish those two designs with different brand name, just a FYI for curious minds.
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If you're going to spend this much on a kids bike buy a Woom. They are better built and way lighter. Unless you want to buy a bike that will sit around not get used. Yeah they cost twice as much but when your child outgrows it you can sell online for a premium which means you'll be spending the same amount in the long run. The fork suspension on Segway is a joke and only adds unnecessary weight.
They are all on pre-order basis and have to wait 2 months out
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19 lbs? Imagine riding a bike half your weight . And coaster brakes? This bike will work against the kids. Get a used high quality bike please
Which high quality bike are you referring to? link? TIA
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Which high quality bike are you referring to? link? TIA
high quality kids bike should NOT be more than 15lbs and no coaster brake. Any bikes with a coaster brake is a sign that it's a cheap bad bike. My 4 yrs old boy is riding this one right away after just 30 mins. it's super quiet belt drive, around 13.5 lbs, with all high quality brand name components. I wish my bike is like this.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/133426867871
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high quality kids bike should NOT be more than 15lbs and no coaster brake. Any bikes with a coaster brake is a sign that it's a cheap bad bike. My 4 yrs old boy is riding this one right away after just 30 mins. it's super quiet belt drive, around 13.5 lbs, with all high quality brand name components. I wish my bike is like this.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/133426867871
I don't feel like investing in a good bike for toddler isn't worth it. The kid outgrows it so quick. I will definitely get a good bike when the kid is able to ride the 20" bike.
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