The Redline Proline Push Boss gives the smallest riders a solid foundation for building the coordination and balance they’ll need when they’re ready for a pedal bike. The durable aluminum alloy frame and fork stand up to years of play. You can easily adjust the seat and handlebars for optimal fit as kids grow. The 12-inch wheels come with “real” tires you can pump up to provide ideal traction for your kid’s weight. Redline hex grips and a saddle designed just for push bikes make for all-day comfort. Get your little one ready for a day at the track or a fun afternoon toddling around the neighborhood with this BMX-style push bike.
Frame12" Alloy Frame
Fork Type12" Alloy Legs w/Hi-Ten Steer Tube
Front HubRedline 16h, Nutted
Rear HubRedline 16h, Nutted
Tires12 x 2.25"
HandlebarAlloy Riser, 420 x 55mm
GripsRL Mini Hex Grips
SeatJr Push Specific, Padded w/Integrated Post
Seat PostIntegrated w/Saddle
other than the issue with the stem adjustment I am very happy with the redline push boss. mabie swaping out the wedge piece on the bottom of the stem for a smaller diamiter one would help combat the issue in the future.
I just got the red finish push boss for my grandson's 2nd birthday and he really digs it. he jumped right on and started rolling around. he's been admiring grandpas BMX cruisers for a while now and even knows how to say bike when he see's one. the red finish looks great and the little RL logos on the seat look cool. the bike is very light and easy for him to move it around. also the very low cut on the frame makes it easy for him to get on and off the bike. I assembled the bike myself as my local bike shop had just gotten them in and they were not on display yet. they had one yellow one too but had to go with the red finish. after all, its a redline, should be red, right? not much to assemble other than the front wheel, stem and bars. however, I did run into a slight issue with the stem. I could not get it set to a very low position as shown in the video on redlines website. after further examination I found the reason for this is because of the steer tube on the forks is a different piece of metal than the forks themselves and a little smaller diameter towards the bottom preventing the stem from going all the way down. at first I thought this may be an issue keeping the handlebars up too high, but it was fine. I actually took a small file to the bottom piece of the stem and filed it down a little bit and was able to get the bars a little lower. so all in all I am happy with my redline purchase and my grandson loves it. hopefully grandpa will get a redline soon too! I've been eyeing the PL26 and SQB26 for a while now and would love to own one of the two bike's Redline Bikes, a true classic.
Submitted: 8 months ago
By: shane T