REVIEWS

"Lovely and light and well made..."
"Most of his friends are still struggling with stabilisers..."
"Much lighter than some big-name brands..."

We are so pleased to hear how happy our customers are with their bikes, and to hear about how quickly their kids have learnt to ride and progress on our bikes.

We've received 100% 5 star reviews for our product and service,  which makes all the team here at Black Mountain super proud!

 

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Expert Review: "If you’ve got a child around the age of three and you’re worried that they’ll outgrow any bike that you buy, you should check out the Pinto. It’s the most adaptable children’s bike on the market, with a ‘growing triangle’ frame that you can adjust as your child grows. There is also a ‘growing gear’ system, which allows you to add more gears into the mix as your kid becomes more proficient."

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Really pleased to see our little Pinto get a rave review in CYCLIST Magazine. Fighting it out amongst some established brands such as Hoy, Frog and Strider, we're so pleased that CYCLIST recognised the market-leading longevity of our unique growing frame.

 

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It was a Monday morning, the sun was out and the sky was blue, but the crisp air made sure that we knew we were well and truly heading into autumn. And that’s when we met Flynn… and when he...
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To say that we are 'beyond stoked' would be an understatement. Go and check out the front page of @wireduk to see what Executive Editor Jeremy White @jeremywired thinks of our new PINTO kid's bike. "We've charted some impressive innovation in the two-wheeled world of transportation... but the latest kit from Black Mountain takes the crown of our favourite bike you can buy right now."
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‘The most advanced kids’ bike in the world.’ Dirt Shed Show guest presenter Steve Jones talks Black Mountain bikes with the boys. Big thanks to the GMBN crew. "I think these are absolutely sick! … I love you can make...
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