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  • Cruise Max 20 - Royal Blue
  • Cruise Max 20 - Royal Blue - new wider plate
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Cruise Max 20 - Royal Blue


Product Description

The name says it all, cruise in style while looking cool and trendy. It may not be that sporty, but it will certainly surprise you with its speed and comfort.

The new Cruise Max has the alloy frame of the Max models, maintaining a lightweight feel, while maximising rider comfort.

Looking good on your Cruise Max has never been so much fun. You’ll still strengthen your lower back, abdominals, and tone legs and buttocks, but honestly, feeling great is the important thing.

The large wide tyres, and much wider plate, give you a hint of its style and finesse.



Weight 9.9kg
Colour Royal Blue
Dimensions Length 178cm - Height min 90 max 110cm - Width 65mm
Frame 50mm x 3mm Alloy tube with patented triple pipe internal strengthening system
Footboard Friction Textured aluminium alloy 15cm x 38cm (4cm wider than normal for both feet)
Ground Clearance 65mm at front of plate 60mm at the back, on lowest back axle setting
Forks Alloy style.
Handlebar Alloy Moustace style
Brakes Front and Rear, Tektro V-Brakes
Hubs Quick release Kickbike Sealed ball bearing, Front 70mm Rear 45mm
Wheels Alexrims DM18 lightweight rims Black front and rear
Tyres Kenda tyres Front 26×2.35 (60-559) 55psi – Rear 20 x 2.15 (55 x 406) 30-55psi
Accessories Old style full metal Bell, 4 tools, Front and Rear Mudguards, kickstand and tools
Warranty Frame 2 years & Parts 1 year (except tyres tubes and brake pads)
User Capacity Recommended Max 120kgs

Warranty Information

2 Years Manufacturers Warranty on the Frame, 1 year on parts except for Tyres, Tubes and Brake pads

Product Reviews

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  1. Quality Product well Designed

    Posted by John Griffin on 14th Feb 2016

    Bike assembly is straight forward though tools supplied are for purchasers who may have no tools of their own. I found it preferable to reassemble rear wheel to gain maximum clearance over gutters etc. but otherwise enjoyed the light construction of the Cruise Max 20. It rides like the breeze with minimal effort, good brakes, bell and engineering. Removing front mud guard is fiddly with the Velcro tape seams - need to remove for car roof carrier. May not bother with this in future.

  2. What you see is what you get!

    Posted by Michael Ryan on 11th May 2015

    The kick bike as it appears on the Kickbike Australia Online Store is a solid, quality constructed machine. If you buy one, that is what you will get for your money. The bikes arrive unassembled. I found assembly difficult with the tools provided. I highly recommend that after receiving your kick bike you utilize a raised work bench to put your machine together. But for the difficulty in assembly and the fact that my rear tyre went flat after my first ride I would have awarded the kick bike five stars. I had to spend and additional $16 replacing the tube in the rear tyre that did not exhibit any signs of a puncture. The kick bike rides well over a variety of road surfaces. The foot plate design is for one foot at a time. If you are coming from a wider footplate like I was, this takes a bit of practise to master changing legs. For this reason, I would not recommend this particular kick bike if you are looking for a machine to use while exercising your dog.

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