Woom 2 2019 version

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

£270.00

Updated for 2019, the Woom 2 suits a rider with an inside leg measurement between 39-50cm aged between 3 and 5 years old.
The Woom 2 is a great lightweight first pedal bike for any child. At only 5.2kg it is one of the lightest bikes of this size available.
The frame and forks are made of very light aluminium tubing and all the components are age specific. Its 14″ wheels are manufactured to a very high standard. All this makes the Woom 2 a really easy bike to ride. Available in 5 colours. For 2019, the Woom 2 has a newly designed stem, new ergonomic handlebars and a full chainguard.

Read Cycle Sprog’s review here http://www.cyclesprog.co.uk/bikes/woom-2-review-kids-bike-14-inch/

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Additional information

Brakes

Mini V-brakes

Handlebar

470mm wide aluminium BMX style

Chainring

25T

Crankset

80mm aluminium

Frame

6061 Aluminium

Fork

Aluminium

Tyres

Kenda Small Block 14 x 1.5"

Rims

Super-light aluminium

Headset

1" semi-integrated

Age

3, 4, 5

Brand

WOOM

Gender

Unisex

Wheel Size

14 inches

1 review for Woom 2 2019 version

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Liam Faulkner

    We got a woom 2 for my wee boy for his christmas. Without exaggeration I can say it was the best purchase I have ever made. The price was quite high, more than you’ll spend on many other bikes in the same category, but it really is excellent.
    I took him out on his bike for the first time on boxing day and he was cycling hiself within 15 minutes. from a standing stop. I’m still amazed. This was him just turned 3.
    I think it’s dead important that We’d got my boy a balance bike for christmas the year before. he waddled around with it between his legs for months but then, at some point during the summer it just clicked and he was scooting around happy as.
    But many of his friends were the same. The biggest differnce I can see is the weight of the bike. The woom 2 is about 5 kg. I see so many kids on bikes weighing as much as 10 kg. that difference is enormous when the kid is only 12-15 kg. I cant imagine riding a 60 kg bike!
    But there’s other things which have been important over the last few months: the brake levers are differnt colours which means I can talk to him about the green and the black brakes when he doesn’t know his left from his right. There’s this little rubber bit under handlebars which pulls at the steering if he trys to turn too sharply, this is amazing because oversteer is the main reason he’ll crash. The gear ratio is quite high, means he struggles up hills a bit but also means he goes real fast on the flat which makes the bike loads of fun.
    I love this bike. I’m evangelical for it. I’ve posted to reddit many timea about its virtues. I worry I may be overselling it sometimes. But at 3.5 my boy just cycled the 8 mile Rob Roy Loop himself (walking the bike up the steeper sections at the start) and I genuinely believe it’s because he has the right tool for the job. I can’t recommend this enough.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/bicycling/comments/89gtj2/my_3_year_old_and_his_first_pedal_bike_owning_it/?st=JGPHC3WQ&sh=ecef5678

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