Thursday, September 30, 2010

Batman Bike 16-Inch

Product Features: 16-Inch Childs Bike
  • Single-speed 16-inch bike with angular, contemporary frame and Dark Knight-themed graphics
  • Handlebars topped with oversized protective plate with Bat Tumbler illustration from The Dark Knight
  • Rear coaster brake makes stopping easy for new riders; removable training wheels
  • Also features enclosed chain guard, adjustable padded seat
  • Recommended for ages 6 to 8

The bikes are available in many sizes; however, you can help your child rid Gotham City of all the bad guys with the 16-inch Dark Knight-themed Batman bike, which features an angular, contemporary frame in black that's decorated with graphics and logos from The Dark Knight movie.

The handlebars feature blue rubber grips for secure riding and an extra-large protective plate with the Bat Tumbler from The Dark Knight. Training wheels offer stability while learning and can be easily removed while coaster-style brakes make stopping a breeze for new cyclists. Other features include a chainguard to prevent snags and oil stains on pants, pedals with reflectors, and an adjustable padded seat. Some assembly is required. This 16-inch bike is recommended for ages 6 to 8.

Batman Bike & General Batman Info

Welcome to the Batman Bike Blog!

By continuing to capitalize over last year’s blockbuster The Dark Knight UD has unveiled an officially licensed Batman biker suit.  The Batman Bike also has a metallic tank in which the fuel might power the bike to take him where he pleases.  And if you are the one that is going to ride the Batman Bike, you will surely gain all the attention you ever wanted.


Batman's bike was designed by production designer Nathan Crowley and director Christopher Nolan, then built by special FX supervisor Chris Corbould and his team.  Batman was leaning that bike like there was no tomorrow.  Batman takes the elevator to the main floor of the bat cave, where robin has already lowered the drawbridge to the entrance.


With the swapping of bars, pedals and wheels, I turn this bike into my general, everyday street bike.  It also puts the wheels off-axis instead of in the usual straight line.  First, the wheels are each attached by one arm, not two.  It also puts the wheels off-axis instead of in the usual straight line.  The bike has 20" front and rear tires (basically the Tumbler's front wheels), and the engines are located in the hubs of the wheels.