Chupa Chups Grandma 20 inch children's bike 95% assembled

Chupa Chups Grandma 20 inch children's bike 95% assembled

Assembly: 95% assembled
Inch: 20 inch
Licentie: ChupaChups
92012
EAN code: 8715347920127
Delivery time: 2-3 work days

Chupa Chups Grandma 20 inch children's bike. Volare has designed a wonderful new line of Oma bicycles in the style of Chupa Chups. The bicycle has a strong black frame and is beau... Read more

List price: 279,95*

Description

Chupa Chups Grandma 20 inch children's bike. Volare has designed a wonderful new line of Oma bicycles in the style of Chupa Chups. The bicycle has a strong black frame and is beautifully decorated with bright colors. The chain guard is closed to protect the little fingers. The bicycle has a stand to put it down easily. For everyone who wants to take their things on the bike, the bike has both a rear and front carrier. Furthermore, the bicycle has a parking brake and a bicycle bell. This bike is 95% assembled, so nearly ready to run!

 

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Specifications

Net Weight (kg):
14,5
Bruto weight (kg):
15,5
Category:
  • Dutch Oma Bike
  • Kids Bike
Assembly:
  • 95% assembled
Bell:
Yes
Inseam length:
68 - 82 cm
Frame height:
31,75 cm
Handbrakes:
Yes
Inch:
20 inch
Chain cover:
Closed
Colour:
Black
Age:
6 - 8 year
Tires:
Yes
Basket/Front carrier:
Front carrier
Licentie:
ChupaChups
Kickstand:
Aluminium
Handlebar height:
Yes
Coaster brake:
Yes
Rims:
Steel adjustable spokes
Supsension:
No
Gears:
None
Saddle height from ground:
68 cm
Seat height:
Yes
Training wheels:
Yes
Frame:
Metal
Dress size:
116 - 122
Box dimension (lxwxh):
138,0 x 19,0 x 82,0 cm
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FAQ

Size chart

Where should I look for when buying a children's bike?

When choosing a new children's bike is important that you choose the right size bike. The child must feel safe, therefore it is not wise to choose a bicycle on growth. If the child's is too big and feels the child the child will not learn pleasant. Rather too small than too large.

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