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Priority Bicycle review: A great ride

Kidsday reporter Carlo Pantano says he recommends the

Kidsday reporter Carlo Pantano says he recommends the Priority Bicycle. Credit: Pantano family

The Priority Bicycle. First, you might need some adult help to put the bike together. It took my parents about 20 minutes. When you’re putting it together, it will look like a small mountain bike, and that’s how you know you’re putting it together right. The instructions are very clear and easy to read. It comes with the tools you need in order to put it together, so no need to worry about that. I recommend you ride this bike if you are from the ages of 6 through 8. It also depends on your size and height, but they do make adult bikes too. The bike is a trick bike, so when you move the pedals backward they will not lock. The bike rides very smoothly, even on bumpy sidewalks. I surveyed kids on what they thought about the bike on a scale of 1 through 10 and most answers were 9s, including mine! Here are some comments on the bike: “It’s the best bike I have ever been on!” and “It’s so fast!”

The brakes work very well and, when you’re riding too fast, it makes it much easier to stop. When you’re trying to turn the bike, it is easier to make sharp turns. I recommend everyone out there who is reading this to buy this amazing bike. Find them online: prioritybicycles.com. Kids also liked the comfortable seat and we read that the tires are puncture resistant so that is one less thing to worry about. It’s a good buy!

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