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Schwinn Gremlin Kids

5/5 (2 Reviews)

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by MICAH BAKER a Weekend Warrior from Indiahoma, OK

Date Reviewed: September 25, 2006

Strengths:    Well made, has held up well. Tires have lasted better than most. Included a kick stand. Pads on several places that stay in place and offer good protection.

Weaknesses:    Heavy for the size, but it has not let him down yet.

Bottom Line:   
Santa and the local bike shop realy came through on this one. He has gone from training wheels to going on trail rides with his mom and me with this bike over the last year. It seems to be made with quality parts and has stood up to abuse much better than the nest door neighbors biek from the department store. I would recomend this bike for parents who want a quality bike for their kids.

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Favorite Trail:   Springhill

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $130.00

Purchased At:   Terry's Bicyle in Lawton

Similar Products Used:   Specilized, Trek, department store ?

Bike Setup:   Stock with a ding bell/ compass and lights for the winter.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Marc a Weekend Warrior from NJ

Date Reviewed: February 3, 2006

Strengths:    Sturdy and well made. Good price and a sharp Color

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
I wanted my son's first bike to be a memorable one, not just for him but for me as well. I brought him into the shop and he chose it over the few others they had in his size. Unlike some toy store bought bikes this bike works just as well without the training wheels.

You can't get him off of it and you can't beat Schwinn Quality!

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Favorite Trail:   Ringwood State Park

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $120.00

Purchased At:   Amber Cycle

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Duro Switch/Gremlin 29" folding tires $15

Saw these on JensonUSA while I was ordering some random parts. Not many reviews out there, the one on Jenson said the Gremlin weighed about 650g and worked fine tubeless. [URL="http://www.jensonusa.com/Bicycle-Tires/Duro-Switch-Tire-29"]2.35 Switch[/URL] [URL="http://www.jensonusa.com/Bicycle-Tir ... Read More »

Learning to Ride on a Spawn Gremlin (14") bike

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Spawn Gremlin 14" build

My son turned 3 a couple of weeks ago. he has been able to ride this gor about 4-5 months but 2 months ago finally decided he was tired of his scoot bike. We orginally bought this for his sister knowing she would bery quickly outgrow it but that we would shortly get our money pit of it. The gremlin ... Read More »

Trek Mamba vs Airborne Gremlin

Hey, I'm new to the sport and this will be my first real bike. I'm 24 and an avid outdoors person, I paintball and fish regularly and take occasional river rafting trips, so I need the hgighest quality components for my buck. I've narrowed my budget down to $1000-1200 and my question is, if the ... Read More »

Duro Gremlin 29er

Started in General Discussion: Trail test forthcoming. [IMG]http://img.tapatalk.com/46b0a721-6790-cb6e.jpg[/IMG] Just put a 29er Gremlin on a Stan's Arch and it beaded right up with the juice and soaping the sidewalls. Holding air. Yet to test ride. Edit: The Gremlin is a 2.2 for sure (measured ... Read More »

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