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Trek Jet 16 - 2016

Trek's Jet 16 delivers a great ride plus rugged durability and reliability you'll really appreciate. And, your child will love the cool looks and sharp moto styling. The racy frame and fork are all steel and the components are sized just ri ...(Read More)

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Trek's Jet 16 delivers a great ride plus rugged durability and reliability you'll really appreciate. And, your child will love the cool looks and sharp moto styling. The racy frame and fork are all steel and the components are sized just right for your tyke. It also comes with safety pads, tough tires, heavy-duty training wheels, and a confidence-inspiring coaster brake.

Trek goes the extra mile to ensure your child's safety and comfort. Their adjustable seats and handlebars give your child room to grow, the small grips and bars provide an excellent fit and complete control, plus the properly sized cranks and pedals mean easier pedaling. Their pint-size saddles fit right, too, enhancing comfort and control.

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4.5

(based on 9 reviews)

88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Built to Last  (8)
  • Smooth Ride  (5)
  • Stable  (5)
  • Easy to Grow Into  (5)
  • Highly Adjustable  (3)

Cons

  • Heavy  (4)
  • Quickly Outgrown 

Best Uses

  • First Learning  (7)
  • Light Trails  (5)
  • Street Riding  (3)
  • Big Kids  (2)
  • My son loves riding trail 

REVIEWS

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5

09.10.15 my son loves it, easy riding, nice cushion seat.

By 

from Stoneham ma

About Me

Comments:

He's little, so for now just easy trail riding and side-walk. Nice cushion seat, no need to change it. Seat is a good strong tighten bolt on, not that cheap lever adjuster where you can remove seat. Nothing is bad about this bike, everything looks and seems fine. It's just a great push peddle bike.

 
5

Well built bike [...]

By 

from Willow Spring, NC

About Me Getting Started

Pros

  • Built to Last
  • Highly Adjustable
  • Stable
  • Easy to Grow Into
  • Smooth Ride

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Street Riding
  • Light Trails

Comments:

What can I say. [...] the bike (Trek Jet 16) is perefect. [...] I will be buying all my bikes there in the future. [...] FYI, my son absolutly loved his new bike!

 
3

Good and nice looking bike...

By 

from Waterford, MI

About Me Getting Started

Pros

  • Built to Last
  • Easy to Grow Into

Cons

  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Big Kids
  • First Learning

Comments:

Not worth [$] price tag. It's a regular bike with the Trek name on it. Nothing wrong with it, BUT price tag should be around $100-$120 at most for what you getting. Crank and rear wheel movement is not smooth and it's very heavy for a kid bike - It weight about the same as our large frame adult bikes!

 
3

Too quickly outgrown

By 

from Easton, PA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Built to Last
  • Smooth Ride
  • Stable

Cons

  • Heavy
  • Quickly Outgrown

Best Uses

  • Light Trails
  • First Learning

Comments:

We have this bike in 12", 16" and 20" and the problem is the same with the 16 and 20...the chain ring is so small that our kids can't pedal fast enough to keep up on the bike path with their friends who have [...] bikes. The bikes are high quality but become useless pretty fast if you have boys who want to get on with it. My four year old went from riding without training wheels to frustrated in about 4 weeks.

 
5

Great Bike

By 

from Boise ID

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Built to Last

Cons

    Best Uses

    • First Learning

    Comments:

    My son recieved this bike for his third birthday and is currently three and a half we have taken the training wheels off and he loves it. The bike holds up well and is easy to ride. The wide tires and low frame helped him learn to ride the bike with out the training wheels.

     
    5

    Great First Bike

    By 

    from Cary, NC

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Stable
    • Built to Last
    • Looks Cool

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • My son loves riding trail
      • Street Riding
      • Light Trails
      • First Learning

      Comments:

      My son loves riding single track with me on this. He tackles roots and other obstacles. Well made, local bike shop support at CSH, bike can take a beating and keep on going. Worth the extra money. My sons smile says it all.

       
      5

      Absolutely Perfect Bike

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      from Surf City, USA

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Easy to Grow Into
      • Built to Last
      • Smooth Ride

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Big Kids
        • First Learning

        Comments:

        After much searching, we bought a pair of these bikes for our 5 year old twins and they couldn't be happier. They've been riding "box mart" bikes for a couple years and I was constantly having to fix this or replace that. These bikes are sturdy, well constructed, and built to last. When looking for a good bike, I strongly suggest spending a little more money than you'd anticipate for a childs bike. It's definitely worth it!

         
        5

        LOVE IT!

        By 

        from Syracuse, NY

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Pros

        • Easy to Grow Into
        • Built to Last
        • Highly Adjustable
        • Smooth Ride
        • Stable

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • First Learning
          • Light Trails

          Comments:

          Just got this and love it for my 4 year old! The size is perfect and it rides smooth. It is a little heavy but I think it adds to its stability and my son won't be lifting it anyway.

           
          4

          Solid little bike

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          from Sterling, VA

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Pros

          • Smooth Ride
          • Highly Adjustable
          • Built to Last
          • Easy to Grow Into
          • Stable

          Cons

          • Heavy

          Best Uses

          • First Learning
          • Light Trails
          • Street Riding

          Comments:

          This is the bike my daughter learned to ride without training wheels. She was highly motivated and learned quickly, in about a week. The Jet 16 is a very solid, well build little bike. It provided a very stable platform for learning, yet good enough performance that she was able to ride it up to twelve miles. At $[...], it is a little pricey for a kid's bike, so if your child is not going to ride often, you might want to find something cheaper. However, if you plan to get them out with you on the trails and log some miles, this little bike will give them more than enough to grow and learn with.

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