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Vermont Kapitän Childrens Bike 16" blue/white

ID: 221095
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Product Description

Please note: all of our bike models come with an EU standard brake setup. This will need to be reversed to comply with UK cycling standards.

Set your boysailing on this great little 16inch bike from Vermont. Equipped with sturdycomponents to withstand the odd crash or spill, the Vermont Kapitn is greatfor the little pirate learning to ride. With many features commonly found on biggerbikes there is plenty of life left after removing the training wheels as aschool bike. Added extras include a bright blue and white colour scheme, rearrack, reflectors and a front basket. Get your little one into cycling todaywith a Vermont Kapitn.


  • Edge protection on the guards
  • Large chain case
  • Security handles
  • Double bolted support wheels
  • Safety PU pedals with reflectors
  • Front reflector
  • Rear reflector
  • Bell
  • Stem padding
  • pedals included in delivery
Special Features

10 years warranty


10 Year Guarantee

As a thank you to our customers, Bikester voluntarily grants an additional 10-year warranty for all VOTEC's owners, Serious, Vermont, Fixie and Ortler bikes from the date of purchase (except the VOTEC VRC which comes with a 6-year warranty on frame and fork). This warranty covers all frames from the year 2013 onwards and guarantees a replacement or repair. Follow-up costs such as assembly and transport are not included. The warranty excludes damage caused by improper use, such as: jumps, falls, overload or neglect. The guarantee expires in the case of unauthorised changes to the frame as well as the installation and conversion of additional components. In addition, a two-year warranty applies to every parts and surface.

recommended age
4.5 - 6 Years, 4-6 Years
10.9  approx. kg
Scope of Delivery
Includes pedals: Yes  
Material type: Steel
Material: Hi-Ten light steel
further specifications: Kid-Geometry
Kid: Wave frame
Seat Height: 55-65 cm
Height (max): 115 cm
System: Rigid fork  
Shifting Components
Drivetrain type: Singlespeed
Gear No.: 1
Drive train: Tetragonal drive with ball bearings
Safety Chain Box: yes
Front Brakes
Brake system: Caliper brake  
Rear Brakes
Brake system: Coaster brake  
Brake Levers
Type: Child-friendly, adjustable  
Type: Child-friendly safety handlebars  
Type: With safety padding  
Safety grips  
Ergo Kid  
Front Hub
Type: Parabol hub  
Rear Hub
Type: Coaster brake hub  
Wheel Size
16''  Inch
Front Tyre
Size (In Inches): 16 Inch
Width: 1.75 Inch
Rear Tyre
Size (In Inches): 16 Inch
Width: 1.75 Inch
PU Kid safety pedals  
Luggage Rack
System: Fitted  
Material: Aluminium  
No e-bike  
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My 6 year old loves her new bike. Perfect size, easy to put together and good quality. Very happy with my purchase.

Translated from German To the original

Göttimeitli also likes the bike!

Göttimeitli mag den Fahhrad auch!

quality has disappointed me, just cheap
qualität hat mich enttäuscht, eben billig
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The wheel is cheap from the price and also from the quality. At about 100 € for a new bike but you can not expect much, apparently ... You can often buy a second-hand bike, with around 30-50 euro, of better quality. First, there is no serious book about this Vermont wheel, bez. Assembly or adjustment of various parts. The note, which describes the assembly is poor and helps one who has not mounted a bicycle so far, not at all. Luckily, I knew my way around. The handbrake is difficult to set properly. Almost impossible. The wheels seem to have alu-rims, but these are curiously not welded (cast) but bent from a profile. The rim thus has a seam that is visible. It is probably attached to the place with a kind of plug connection. How stable is this, in the long run, I do not know ... Because a 10-yes. Guarantee is offered, one is at least reassured. The wheels are not centered, and do not seem to be perfectly round. If you turn a wheel, you see that at the seam of the rim is a bulge. That would be ok with an old bike. With a new one just wonder ... The luggage carrier already had paint damage and rust traces. The basket is painted bad. The fenders are designed for 18 inch wheels, so they are not nice paralell to the wheels. The wheel has a weight of 12kg (including support wheels, which are extremely heavy). Without them, it will be at about 11kg. That's a lot, for a children's bike. When you consider that often a mountain bike for adults, with even 29 inch wheels has only about 14kg! The step height is very important: please note, if you want to buy it, that your child must have at least 53cm step height. That's pretty much. For example, the wheels are about 43cm height (10 cm lower!) My daughter, 4 years, 101cm tall, is not on the ground with her feet when she sits on the wheel. The support wheels can not be used if you mount them as described in the description, because then the rear wheel is no longer on the ground, but is in the air, which is certainly not intended ... You have to change the wheels mount, one hole higher, so they serve only for support, and not to drive on it. This type of wheel has a frame that is relatively high. If you want something lower, you have to buy something like a WOO rad (but it costs at least 400 €).

das rad ist billig vom preis und auch von der qualität. Bei ca. 100€ für ein neues rad kann man aber nicht viel erwarten, scheinbar... Dabei kann man oft ein second-hand rad kaufen, mit um die 30-50 euro, von besserer qualität. Erstens gibt es kein seriöses buch zu diesem Vermont-rad, bez. montage oder einstellung verschiedener teile. Das zettel, welches die montage beschreibt ist dürftig und hilft einem, der kein fahhrad bisher montiert hat, gar nicht. Zum glück kannte ich mich aus. Die handbremse kann man nur schwer richtig einstellen. Fast unmöglich. Die räder scheinen alu-felgen zu haben, diese sind aber kurioserweise nicht geschweißt (gegossen) sondern aus einem profil gebogen. Die felge hat damit eine nahtstelle, die sichtbar ist. Wahrscheinlich ist sie an der stelle mit einer art steckverbindung befestigt. Wie stabil so etwas ist, langfristig, weiß ich nicht... Da eine 10-ja. garantie angeboten wird, ist man wenigstens beruhigt. Die räder sind nicht zentriert, und scheinen nicht perfekt rund zu sein. Wenn man ein rad dreht, sieht man daß bei der nahtstelle der felge eine beule ist. Bei einem alten rad wäre das ok. Bei einem neuen wundert man sich nur... Der gepäckträger hatte bereits lackschäden und rostspuren. Der korb ist schlecht lackiert. Die kotflügel sind für 18 zoll räder gedacht, daher stehen sie nicht schön paralell zu den rädern. Das rad hat ein gewicht von 12kg (inkl. stützräder, die extrem schwer sind). Ohne ihnen wird es bei ca. 11kg sein. Das ist sehr viel, für ein kinderrad. Wenn man bedenkt daß oft ein mountainbike für erwachsene, mit sogar 29 zoll räder nur um die 14kg hat! Die schritthöhe ist sehr wichtig: bitte beachten Sie, fall sie es kaufen wollen, daß Ihr kind mindestens 53cm schritthöhe haben muß. Das ist ziemlich viel. zB sind die laufräder so ca. bei 43cm höhe (10 cm niedriger!) Meine tochter, 4 jahre, 101cm groß, kommt nicht am boden mit ihren füssen, wenn sie am rad sitzt. Die stützräder kann man nicht benützen, wenn man sie so montiert, wie es in der beschreibung steht, weil dann kommt das hintere rad nicht mehr am boden, sondern ist in der luft, was sicher nicht beabsichtigt wird... Man muß die räder anders montieren, ein loch höher, damit sie nur zum stützen dienen, und nicht zum drauf fahren. Diese art von rad hat einen rahmen der relativ hoch ist. Wenn man etwas niedrigeres haben will, muß man so etwas wie ein WOO rad kaufen (der kostet aber mind. 400€).

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