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Guardian Ethos 14-Inch Girl’s Bike

the guardian 14-inch bike is here and we
couldn’t be more excited
perfectly proportioned for a child’s
small body frame
the guardian ethos 14-inch provides a
natural and positive first riding
but what’s the best part of any guardian
bike the proprietary surestop braking
system of course
who doesn’t want simplified and safer
braking in this review we’ll cover
five things we love about the guardian
ethos 14-inch bike
starting with the surestop braking
system if you didn’t catch guardian
bikes getting funded by mark
cuban on shark tank back in 2017 let us
fill you in
the surestop braking system is featured
on every guardian bike
there is one brake lever on the right
hand that activates both the rear and
the front brake
yep the stopping power of two brakes by
just pulling
one lever why does this matter several
number one it’s faster by pulling the
one lever and activating both brakes
guardian bikes can stop faster
throughout our years of testing guardian
bikes we’ve certainly seen this to be
number two it’s safer the surestop
system promotes
safer braking as kids get older heavier
and ride faster
braking with the left hand or front
brake only can lock up the front wheel
and flip a child
or any rider over the handlebars often
called an
endo guardian bikes prevent a child from
endowing because it’s impossible for
them to brake with a front brake only
with surestop the rear brake always
activates first
followed immediately by the front brake
while a child riding a 14-inch bike will
rarely be going fast enough
or way enough to endo the surestop
system instills
safe braking technique from the go
number three
it’s simpler the surestop system is
when trying to teach proper breaking
technique to a toddler or preschooler
only break with your right hand is an
extremely difficult concept
use your right break because the
surestop system has only one brake lever
there’s only one option for their young
brains to focus on
while one brake lever can be a big
benefit for kids of any age
we found it particularly useful for our
toddler writers
number two no coaster brake while many
12 inch and 14 inch bikes come standard
with a coaster brake or a backpedal
brake the guardian does not have a
coaster brake
this is a huge win for the littlest
riders just learning to pedal why are
coaster brakes such a problem
because being able to pedal backwards is
really helpful
when kids are learning to pedal for the
first time they tend to pedal backwards
a lot
so if they’ve just gotten started have
gained a little momentum and then decide
to backpedal
a coaster break will stop them in their
tracks all momentum lost
additionally back pedaling can help kids
regain their balance
and let’s not forget how hard it can be
to get those pedals in place to start
pedaling in the first place
if you can’t move the pedals in both
directions getting them set to go can be
nearly impossible
two big thumbs up for no coaster break
number three kid-friendly bike geometry
all guardian bikes are known for their
kid-friendly geometry and the ethos
14-inch is no exception
the ethos’s mid-rise handlebars and
reach place a child in a comfortable
upright position
this helps them to feel natural and
relaxed as they’re learning to ride
the ethos 14-inch also places a child
closer to the ground for a low center of
that makes balancing easier this also
allows a younger
shorter child to safely and confidently
ride a 14-inch bike without training
number four sized for the littlest of
pedal bike riders
with a seat height range of 15 and a
half to just over 19 inches
the guardian 14 inch is one of the
smallest pedal bikes on the market
but also has more room for growth than
most it was a great fit for our tall
two-year 10 month old tester here as
well as our petite
three-year-old tester here remember when
a child is first learning to pedal
you’ll want to have the seat set
so that when sitting on the saddle they
can touch the ground with their feet
flat this allows them to use their feet
to help them stop
and to paddle their feet on the ground
to gain initial momentum
as a child gains confidence you should
raise that seat height so that they can
only touch the ground with their tiptoes
this allows for much better leg
extension and pedaling efficiency
and number five a few little extras like
turning limiter and kickstand
the guardian 14’s turning limiter is
easily removable
so you can use it if you want to or just
take it off if you don’t
it’s also pretty mild so it really won’t
restrict steering much at all
but it will prevent the brake cables
from being stretched as a result of
rotating the handlebars the wrong way
as well as prevent kids from getting
confused because their handlebars are
and what about the kickstand it’s
incredibly sturdy and places the bike at
just the right angle so that it won’t
easily fall over
the mess on our garage floor is grateful
so what’s the bottom line
with a simplified braking system and
incredibly kid-friendly geometry
the guardian ethos 14-inch was a hit
with our toddler testers
and us moms its budget-friendly price
tag seriously can’t be beat
it’s incredible what they’re offering at
this price tag

Girl’s 14-inch Bicycle Review

When it comes to the matter of safety on a bicycle, a 14-inch girl’s motorbike is considered fairly high. This may not mean anything to some people, but in the interest of safety for girls, it definitely means something to many. The fact is that girls are usually more interested in other things, like sports and hobbies, than guys. But when they do get involved in these activities, they realize how important safety is.

Safety is especially important on a girl’s bike, because you never know what you’re up against, whether it’s a motor vehicle or another rider on a bike. If you’re riding alone, you have no one to help you could be left in the middle of no where. It doesn’t make sense to ride unprotected in such a case. However, if you ride with someone, and you are both males, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. You’ll have plenty of time to talk about this topic when you’re out on your next bike ride.

One good way to ensure that you can get the utmost safety from your girls motorbikes is to ask the girl on a bike what she would do if she was riding with a bunch of boys. Girls generally appreciate this and it can help you as well, since you will be able to take her advice and use it. It’s something she won’t expect you to do.

It’s also a good idea to teach your girls to be more vigilant while they are riding. Let them know to look out for other riders. This may sound a little strange at first, but there are plenty of ways in which you can teach this. For example, you can let them know not to be afraid of motorbikes that they don’t know. They may not realize that they can easily feel the danger lurking just beneath the surface.

Also, you should take your girls motorbikes on trips that don’t involve too much risk. Going up and down steep slopes at high rates of speed is one such area. It may seem difficult to think of any other kinds of rides, but you’ll find that by putting together some ideas on how to be more careful when on the road with your girls, they’ll soon realize just how important their safety is to you.

Remember, when it comes to your girls motorbikes, safety comes first. Don’t allow your girls to ride on a dangerous trail or highway. Watch out for motorbike riders who don’t have eyes on the road. Most girls will be too focused on the ride and won’t notice the vehicles around them. Take every precaution to make sure that your girls’ ride remains as safe as possible.

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5 verified buyer reviews
  1. This is my 3-year-old daughter’s first training-wheel bike. We got her the 14 inch because he’s tall for her age. The bike was simple to put together and appears to be well-made. It’s a hit with her! He rode it for well over a mile down a paved path and was eager to continue! For new riders, it appears to be very stable. The only criticism is that it is very heavy. We like it a lot!

  2. The bike is a decent size and will be ideal for my daughter. She was so enamored with the bike and the basket that she declared that she was going to put her younger brother in the basket and ride around with him. Forget about the fact that he’s already 30 pounds and running around. Laugh out loud!! We haven’t used it much yet, so I can’t comment on longevity, but I’m hoping it will last.

    • It appears to be exactly like the photo.
    • It is a good size.
    • The pink color is quite cool.
    • The basket is great for putting a little doll.
    • Easy to assemble I bought the 14 in. because my three-year-old is very tall.
    • It came with all the tools required for assembly.
    • It has a little squeaky fish to use as a bell I was able to do it without the help of my husband (also a con, see below).
    • The price is reasonable.

    • The personalization stickers only come with one set of letters, so I couldn’t put my daughter’s name on the bike (I wanted two of the same letter).
    • The squeaky fish is difficult to press to create a sound. My 3-year-old is unable to click and squeak it while running.

  3. The bike is fantastic, and my daughter absolutely adores it! It’s really good and strong. Perhaps better, the customer service! A few weeks before my daughter’s birthday party, a stray dog showed up at our door. I tried unsuccessfully to locate the family, but being the kind people we are, we took her in. All of her vet visits and spaying is paid for by us. No good deed goes unpunished, as the saying goes. My heart sunk the day after my daughter’s party when I went out to the garage to get something. Her new bike had been chewed to pieces by our lovely stray. The baby seat, the basket, the handle bars, and the pedals are all included. Her teeth had a field day for everything rubber or plastic.

  4. I used to work in a bike shop that specialized in low- to mid-priced bicycles while I was in college. I spent a lot of time putting them together and fixing them. Lower-end bikes frequently had numerous problems, such as bent parts, untrue spokes, misaligned brakes, and so on. I had never heard of the Royal Baby brand before, but after reading other customer reviews, I decided to purchase one for my eight-year-old daughter. Of course, I gave it my regular thorough inspection when it arrived. At first glance, the pieces seemed to be of decent quality. The welds were solid, and the finish was flawless.

  5. I was under the impression that this bike was of higher quality than those sold at the nearby discount store, but I was mistaken. Anyone with a basic understanding of mechanics could easily put it together. The hubs, bearings, and everything else that rotated, on the other hand, were of poor quality. On a smooth, hard surface, my 4-year-old daughter had to work hard to ride this thing. I tried everything I could think of (except disassembling the hubs) but nothing helped. Going downhill, this thing will come to a halt! Bad craftsmanship.

    The brakes alone are possibly worth $2! Horrible standard, well below what I would want to entrust with my baby’s safety.

    Returning for a refund in the hopes of receiving something that really rolls!

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