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Free Lock & Lights with All Bike Purchase | Kids Vintage Bikes $199 @ Reid Cycles


Reid Cycles offer Australia’s best value bikes – and we have plenty of bikes in stock or arriving in time for Christmas!

Buy a bike from now until Monday 30 November and we’ll include a FREE set of lights and cable lock to get you started!

This great range of Vintage inspired kid’s bikes are perfect for young riders from around 4 - 9 years of age. Stock is available and ready to buy now.

Vintage 16” Girls Bike - WAS $229, NOW $199
. The 16" is perfect for kids from 100 - 120cm tall (4 - 7 year olds).

Vintage 20” Girls - WAS $229, NOW $199
. The 20” is perfect for kids from 120 - 135cm tall (7 - 9 year olds)

Roadster 16” Boys - WAS $229, NOW $199
. The 16" is perfect for kids from 100 - 120cm tall (4 - 7 year olds).

All bikes include lifetime warranty on frame and rigid forks, two years on parts, plus two free services within 12 months of buying your bike.

Shop online for fast, contactless delivery or visit our stores in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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  • +8 votes

    Non existent customer service with Reid.
    Avoid at all costs, spend your money elsewhere.


      Any other shops around at a similar price point ?

      I was going to buy from Reid as well but was put on hold for 10 min and then told to ring back later because they're too busy.


        What’s your budget?
        Have you tried looking on the second hand market? If you know a thing or two about bikes you could possibly grab a nice bike second hand at a good price.
        If it’s your first bike (road I’m assuming) it might be worth visiting your local bike shop and seeing what they have available at the lower price point.
        Try visiting a shop that takes the time to have a conversation rather than someone whose interested in getting you out of the shop ASAP.
        Stock might be limited due to the covid rush on bikes.


          I'm a beginner, just want to keep up with the kids who just learnt.
          Looking to spend no more than 400.

          No I haven't tried second hand.

    • +1 vote

      agree, bought my son a bike in July, parts of the bike werent covered properly by paint, and now rusted. told it was due to the way it was ridden. (not even left outside or ridden in rain)
      bike hardly ridden in 5 months and some of the bike looks i replaced parts from side of road

      no help from Reid. i tried to support local during pandemic, but go somewhere else

    • +1 vote

      Yep, Reid suck, they stole money from me a few years ago, never sent the product. Stay away.

    • -1 vote

      I've had quite good service from them . I'm from Perth. Maybe cos I got the 2.2k bike? Yet to have any interaction with my $1200 one


    I've spent more time fixing my Reid bike than riding it.

  • -1 vote

    I bought an Osprey in February, my experience is excellent service.

    I've ridden it 5,000km since then without a single problem other than the free light didn't work from day 1 and it didn't have a bell. I rang them up and they sent me a new bell and light that day. I can't fault them.


    Owner of 2 entry lvl Mtb pro bikes here. We used to get more value for money from the like of Avanti and Giant before COVID19 hit. Now all the major brands jacked up their price making Reid decent value for money.

    I would much prefer dealing with the LBS. However their North Melbourne store is not too bad. They tend to make a few mistakes when busy ie. Giving me the cheaper VBrake model while I paid for disc brake but they were happy to swap once I showed the order confirmation email.


    Reid are thieves with non-existent customer service. Just search up previous deals and see how many people they have ripped off. Save your money and buy elsewhere.