I think I’m the first person in Hawaii to have this bike here. It’s a great workout and ride. I use it 4 times a week to get to the gym. It’s a 5 mile ride. It’s very easy to set up even if it didn’t have the instructions. But most of all I love it cause it could handle my weight at 350 lbs!
Roy Machado

CrossMax 20D+

Joint pressure and pressure points in particular can really restrict what some people can do, this is a fun alternative to the more common methods of exercise. Unfortunately there are very few choices for larger people…but fortunately this is one of them! Flowing Ton

CrossMax 20V

Well worth the price, this scooter comes with all the bells and whistles and it has great craftsmanship. I use this for dog scootering or urban mushing when there is not enough snow for my husky. The scooter is perfect right out of the box to hit the trail or sidewalks! Jarrett

CrossMax 20D+

Love this Kickbike! It is definitely a lot more of a workout than riding my bicycle. I will be spending a lot more time on my Kickbike than my bicycle, for sure! The discomfort alone in riding a bicycle at my age makes a Kickbike an easy first choice. Deborah Clark

SportMax

This thing is awesome! I got mine last week and I have taken it with me everywhere. I’ll ride it up and down my grand parents street like I did as a kid on my smaller scooter. A lot of people call it a bike. It’s not a bike, it’s a scooter. And it is amazing! Jeffery P. Wilson

City G4

So much fun to use. Great on the Cape Cod rail trails. Just a little effort takes you far, not hard to use or enjoy (I am over 50). I love the comments that I get when using it. It’s so much fun to have this Kickbike in a location where no one has seen one before. 'Active Walker'

City G4

I’ve had a Sport G4 for a year and love it! I use it for aerobic and leg strength training instead of jogging/running because it is much easier on the knees. It has about the same impact as an elliptical trainer. If you go fast, it is as good a workout as running. It is also really fun just to mess around on. My 17 year old nephew thought is was cool as did the hard core cyclists in my bike club. It is easy to get the hang of because of no gears or moving parts besides the wheels. I’m glad I got the Sport G4 because the bike path is a little bumpy and the hybrid size bike tires are big enough to absorb the bumps but not too big to cause rolling friction/drag. I have had no problems with it and the only maintenance is checking the air pressure every couple weeks. It is great for cross training for cycling and triathlons. Carson

Sport G4

My kick bike arrived today–a day ahead of schedule. I am not known for my patience so even though I’ve never put anything like this together in my life I decided I couldn’t wait for someone who had, so with the help of the Kickbike America website and YouTube, I did it. Took about 30 mins, max. I’m a senior female and know nothing about bike mechanics, so that says how simple it was. It will need some fine tuning (I didn’t tighten the handle bars well enough so they were slightly skewed after I’d ridden it–need strong person to tighten it, hello hubby). Then I put it in the back of my car–without having to take the wheel off, just folding the seats down. It is not too heavy for me at all and I am a lightweight, walking orthopedic disaster. Again, I am not a patient person and I was so thrilled with the bike that it was very difficult to restrain myself from zooming along for an hour, but I have some pretty bad hip and knee issues and didn’t have much choice. I had an absolute BLAST on nice flat ground for about ten minutes, stopping to sit on benches. Then back in the car and home. I had an old scooter when I was a kid–a long time ago now–so I felt like I was 8 years old again (except for the old joints). I hope and pray that I will be able to enjoy this fabulous machine once I build up strength. It IS a serious work. Much more so than a bike, but I think it’s so much more fun and it has a very high double-take factor. I got a couple of smiles and one puzzled look. No one around here has them, including the bike shops. Why?! And it’s Finnish, so extremely cool in my book. Fingers crossed this works for me. It it doesn’t, it will be because of my defects and not because the bike isn’t fabulous, because it is! 'Civil Eyes'

City G4

Quality is good and it is easy to put together. It is great exercise! I have xooter scooter with much smaller wheels and have been scooting around for years on that, but this feels much safer with the large front tire and the front and rear brakes.
UPDATE… After using this Scooter over the entire summer I really do like it more. Great exercise and safe! Steven E. Knotts

Sport G4

I love this Kickbike! I originally bought this for my wife because she does not like bicycle seats and I wanted her to join the family for bike rides, but it turns out I love this and I use it more than her. It is great that anyone can jump on this and ride without making any adjustments. I turned it into an electric bike with a front hub motor kit so it can be kicked or throttled electric power up to 22mph so she can keep up no matter what the pace and there is no need to get all sweaty or change into special clothing to go out with the family. No excuses now! Good quality and fun to ride especially with the electric motor. Everywhere we go people want to look at the bike.
'JLust'

Sport G4

I love my Sport G4 Kickbike! I just push my foot back and it glides. I’m a 260lb/ 6’1″ tall man and the size is perfect. Worked with customer service both before and after making my purchase and the service provided was also 5 stars. Highly recommended for either high paced action or a lazy cruise. 'Ginger Mountain'

Sport G4

The Kickbike might be weird to us Americans, but it as been around for 20+ years in Europe. I have done some research on Kickbike, and I have seen nothing bad about it. Using the Kickbike has less impact on the joints than walking, running and biking. It is easy to get off and on, which is great for me, I live in a very hilly town. The Kickbike is not as fast as a bike on open uncrowded areas, but the Kickbike is easier to use on crowded streets and sidewalks. It is legal to use on sidewalks, which is good because it safer to use sidewalks. The Kickbike is great to use while walking your dog or dogs, some people have even put dog-sledding harnesses on their dogs. Most healthy dogs love to run for a long time, with the Kickbike you can keep up without being a great runner. The Kickbike is great alternative to bikes and scooters, because it is the best of both. 'Red Wolfman'

CrossMax 20V

There are a couple of ways of assessing this Kickbike. If you look at it as a kick scooter, then I have to say that it’s probably the best kick scooter that could ever be designed. There are only a few options in North America for adults that want a scooter. Generally, the alternatives are less rugged and have platforms that are much higher, resulting in a great deal of fatigue in the standing leg from having to crouch down to reach the ground with the other leg. The Kickbike, on the other hand, has an aluminum-alloy platform with extra steel welded to the bottom to fend off scrapes, and it hovers about as close to the ground as anyone could want to go. The platform is roughly the same footprint as a men’s size thirteen shoe, I think, which is narrow enough to kick comfortably without scraping the side (you’ll appreciate it), and just long enough to coast downhill with both feet on the platform, pointing sideways. This particular model has medium-width tires, and one rides it in a somewhat forward-leaning position. I also bought a City G4, which has a more upright posture. The forward-leaning posture lends to increased kicking strength and speed. The large front wheel gives a smoother ride and increased stability.

Like I said, it can be assessed in a couple of ways. As a scooter, it is absolutely the best that money can buy, at least in North America. People tend to look at it as a bike without pedals or a seat, though, which is erroneous. Visually, it has that bike-like appearance, which makes it seem like an unusual bike more than a fairly normal scooter. Compared to a regular bike the Kickbike is actually a lot more fun. The standing position is more comfortable, and the kicking action involves a more natural range of motion.

I initially invested in the Kickbike line because my wife has a chronic case of sciatica, and we live in a city loaded with bike paths. The best fit for her was the City G4, because it has the more upright posture, and she likes the basket for her stuff. While the Kickbike is not totally pain-free for her (most things aren’t) it is still a workable solution. A regular bike simply would not work at all for her. The important thing is that she enjoys riding it, and she likes the way it looks, with its shiny white paint.

Now, for the numbers. I’m a 6′ 1″ man, at 180 pounds. Up until now my life has been relatively sedentary. My sense of balance is well-below average, but I learned to ride proficiently in one day. On fairly level terrain my maximum speed is 16 mph, and my average speed is 9.4 mph. My max downhill speed, so far, is 21 mph. That’s a thrill, by the way. I took these measurements early on, so things may have improved since then. On the first day I was absolutely winded after a mile and a half. Now, I can ride all day without stopping. The longest trip I’ve measured is about 19.4 miles, but I’m sure I’ve done a lot longer trips than that. My little wife, on the other hand, at 5′ 2″ has a slower cruising speed at 5.7 mph average, and 10 mph max on level terrain. Anyone reading this is sure to fall somewhere between my numbers and hers.

Also, this Kickbike can be stored well on a Delta Cycle Michelangelo Two-Bike Gravity Stand Storage Rack. It works quite well. Mark J. Patterson

Sport G4

I have purchased 4 of these over the course of a few years…from Kickbike America not Amazon. My wife and I got the first two so we could get a work out while the kids were on the bikes. The kids would bike and we would Kickbike…great workout and tons of fun. Over the next few years the kids grew and we noticed that they were playing with our Kickbikes more and more…so for their birthdays, we got them Kickbikes. Now we are the coolest family in the neighborhood on our scooters. We go 4-9 miles on them a few times a week. If you want a family workout that is fun and keeps the kids engaged and “cool” this is it! By the way, the MFG quality is amazing, very professional and demonstrates some real quality…this is not a piece of junk; welds are professional and robust. This thing can take some abuse and hardships and keep coming back for more! Brett Scout

Sport G4

I have 3 different brands of sidewalk scooters. If i purchase another one, Kickbike will be the brand. The bike I received was a very well made bike. It has an all aluminum frame that was very light weight. I love the simplicity of the Kickbike. The exercise one gets on it is very deceptive. You always get a better exercise if you really enjoy doing it. This bike came ready to put the front fork and wheel on and ride. The knobby wheels work well on trails, I like this one the best and ride it the most often. I like the way the foot area is narrow yet long enough if you use running shoes, this keeps your kicking stroke closer in. This bike has a good angle of the frame to keep you from jamming your knees into it when you go into a lunge position during a hard kick. I highly recommend this bike. Scottie

CrossMax 20D+

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