Wasted my money on this one! Every piece, even wheels, is cheap plastic. Screws are small and won't last. Instructions were not clear - pictures and words were not in sync. Little saddlebags storage box is VERY difficult to open and close. Worst is we worked to get it together and it doesn't work. Battery doesn't charge. There is such a mess of wires you can't tell what goes to what. We did not feel it was a suitable present even if it did charge. Now it's just decorating my closet. We'll see if anything can be done.
74 people found this review helpful
We purchased 2 for our grandchildren
Sadly disappointed very cheaply made plastic ...some parts of the plastic are so thin you could almost see through it , and certainly will not hold up to 66 pounds and be able to move more than a few inches before it died and fell into pieces .
Our 2 1/2 year old grandchildren may get a month or 2 use out of it before they fall apart and battery dosnt stay charged more than 30 minutes
Certainly NO WAY it would be for a 8 years old ...BOO ..misleading .... dont waste your money.
49 people found this review helpful
Wow, where do I begin. So many things wrong with the assembly process of this bike. I had to maneuver my own setup to get this to work. The supplied pieces were missing and some didn't even fit almost as if they just grabbed any old bag of supplies and threw it in there. The thought process of securing the wheels is just not smart, the parts are fragile and don't work. I went to home depot to get my own supplies to fix this bike to get it to a working order. On top of the hour or so labor and the initial cost of the bike I then had about another hour and MORE money in actual working supplies to put it together. Don't waste your money.
31 people found this review helpful
The little rider is cute and worked out well for my little granddaughters that are four and six. I bought two and they were not easy to put together because the instructions were not very good, I almost returned them but glad I didn't because my grandkids really liked them once I put them together and charged them. There is a video on line that shows you how to put them together that would have been very helpful if I had known it existed. I searched for it when the web address in the instructions booklet turned out to be incorrect. Unfortunately I had already managed to assembled the riders when I found it.
17 people found this review helpful
I am not completely sure yet I do know that the instructions are incomplete,and hard to follow The correct screws are not all in the package I am not sure of the power yet, because I had to find the video on line to help me finish putting it together I do love the Blue color, It matches my Goldwing, and I do think my small,4 year old grandson will love it, Just hopefully;after reading other reviews; It will have enough power The information is a bit misleading Do look at the video first, before putting it togeather
3 people found this review helpful
The description states for ages 3-8 but when you look at the instruction manual it states ages 3-5. This is very misleading. I bought 3 of these and have put one together so far. The headlight was broken, screws were missing and the decal sheet was so wrinkled that some of them couldn't be used. This is a cheap plastic product and very small. There is no way regular retail should be listed at $199. Had I known I wouldn't have paid more than $40 and would not purchase for a child over 3 years of age. Buyer beware on this one!
The battery powered motorcycle is adorable and our 2 year old granddaughter loves it. There were a couple of disappointments. First of all, I did not expect there to be a lot of assembly required. Secondly, the plastic hinge to the trunk was not drilled; therefore it was impossible for the medal rod to go in the hinge. Luckily, we have power tools and my husband was able to drill the needed holes. Once we got it together with all of the stickers (about one hour), it was fun to watch our granddaughter enjoy it.
9 people found this review helpful
Yes instructions are not the best but I figured it out ,yes there was alot of assembly left to do on arrival but I credit that to the super low price I paid ,very well worth the money I spent ,I only came back here to see if I could purchase another for a friend ,I was shocked at the number of negitive feedbacks but yes I would buy this again
9 people found this review helpful
This product comes with extremely poorly written instructions, whose print and diagrams are way too small too read effectively. The main bolt that holds the front end to the body doesn't have enough clearance to use a ratchet. An 1/8th of an inch more clearance would solve that, instead you have to make about 50 1/4 inch turns with a needle nose plier. Once together looked good and grandson loved it.
14 people found this review helpful
My 3 year old nephew LOVED this Christmas present! He immediately figured out how to operate it and rode it all day long! The only problem we noticed was that the switch that changes the toy's direction (forward and reverse) was wired backward, so to move forward, you had to switch the toy in reverse, but it works perfectly otherwise, so I don't see that as being a problem in the slightest! My status as favorite auntie is secure! :)
2 people found this review helpful