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Why do we keep coming back to Woom you ask? It's simple

We got our first Woom bike 3 years ago for our then 4 year old Riz. He learned how to ride it in 9 minutes and from that moment we were hooked!

You can read all about teaching your kid to ride a bike in 9 minutes here!

Fast forward 3 years and Riz's bike still looks like new! It don't know if it's the super high gloss paint job or just the over high quality of the bike itself but it looks amazing! Not only does it look great, but it still rides great. All the neighborhood kids take turns riding it every night. It's had a lot of riders and a lot of miles put on it, but it's still the neighborhood favorite to this day.

So it was a no brainer when I found out Woom had bigger bikes I just had to have one! Same great bike, just bigger and it also has gears! It's their biggest bike at 26" it's for 10 - 14 years  55"- 65" so my 2 oldest kids are loving it! And I might sneak a ride in here and there because I'm only 5'2".

I enlisted the help of a small army of boys ages 6 months, 10 years, and 13 years to help me unbox our Woom Bike for 2 reasons. Number one, I wanted to see if they could do it and number two, I don't like reading instructions. They did a great job! The bike comes pre-assembled, we just had to follow a few simple steps to get the tire, handle bar, and pedals on. 

The instructions were crazy simple to follow. I had to step in to use my super mom strength to help re-attach the brake and then we were in business! Not only does Woom have simple on-line ordering, fast shipping, and easy assembly, but the bikes are incredibly shiny (it's true), and they are a super smooth ride. We can't recommend Woom bikes enough.  


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