Schwinn Retractable Training Wheels Review (Pacific Cycle)

Schwinn Retractable Training Wheels
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What It Is

Easily go from bike with training wheels to two-wheeler with the Schwinn Retractable Training Wheels. These training wheels are sold separately from bikes and will fit bike sizes between 12 inches and 20 inches. (That size refers to the size of the bike's tires.) 

Follow the instructions to assemble the training wheels and then attach them to your bike. Use the training wheels down while your child learns to ride a bike. Then, when your child is ready to try riding the bike with two wheels, you just push in the knob to flip up the training wheels. You don't need tools to do this conversion, and you don't have to remove the training wheels from the bike.

Is It Fun?
Training wheels are a great way to help young kids feel more comfortable as they learn to ride a bike, and with these, you can easily just flip them up when your child is ready to try riding the bike with only two wheels. If the two-wheeler test run doesn't go so great, just flip the wheels back down. You haven't removed them, so it's no hassle! Because these are sold separately from a bike, they are a nice addition if you purchased a bike that didn't come with training wheels. Or you could swap them out for the training wheels your bike did come with just because these are a little more convenient to use with their flip-up function.
Who It’s For

The Schwinn Retractable Training Wheels are for kids ages 3 and up. They do have a maximum rider weight limit of 66 pounds.

These training wheels are a great way to help young kids feel more comfortable and stable as they learn to ride a bike.

What To Be Aware Of

These training wheels fit most bikes between 12 inches and 20 inches. You might need to refer to your bike's assembly instructions to know exactly what to remove from the bike before putting on the training wheels.

You will need an adjustable wrench.

AT A GLANCE:
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  • Assembly & Instructions

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