Safety Warning

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“Safety First” isn’t just a saying, it’s a way of life at Bambino Bikes. You must be aware of the risks associated with biking (cycling) and always wear correctly fitted protective gear, while being aware of your surroundings at all times. Never let an unattended child ride a bike without adult supervision.

We highly recommend you review the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) guide on Bicycle Safety before heading out on your first ride. 


ACKNOWLEDGMENT - These safety guidelines are set out for all users and customers of this website ( All visitors, users, and others who access or use this website acknowledge and agree to follow all cycling safety guidelines. Please review our Terms of Service policy for further information. 

Here are a few tips for rider safety to follow:

  • Adult supervision is required whenever a child rides a bike
  • Your child should always wear a properly fitted CSPC approved helmet
  • Wear closed toe shoes with laces tucked in
  • Be aware of your surroundings. Avoid areas with steep hills, technical trails, loose dirt, areas of vehicular traffic, ramps, stairs, etc.
  • Ride within your child’s limits and listen to your children. If they are nervous or scared, let them take a break, they will try new obstacles in their own time. 
  • It is the adult’s responsibility to inspect and properly maintain riding equipment before each ride by checking for loose parts, worn parts, or improperly fit equipment. 
  • Professional setup and assembly is highly recommended if you are not comfortable with common bicycle maintenance. 
  • Any aftermarket modifications to bikes or equipment will void warranties and is the sole responsibility of the customer. 
  • Any bike or equipment showing damage or wear should not be used and replaced immediately. 
  • Any helmet that has sustained damage must be replaced.


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The above-mentioned warnings and suggested rider safety practices pertaining to the sport of cycling as a whole are some examples of, but not limited to, possible accidents that may occur while operating a bike or cycling equipment.

This list is not an exclusive or exhaustive list of possible accidents that may occur while participating in the sport of cycling while operating a bike or cycling equipment. Most of these injuries are rare, and you are not likely to encounter them. However, they have occurred, and you need to know about them and other possible issues not mentioned above.

You certify that you have reviewed the safety warning and recommendations for safe cycling practices with your family. By proceeding with checkout and making a purchase with this website ( you acknowledge that you have read the above statements of the possible risks associated with participating in the sport of cycling. Therefore, you assume full responsibility for yourself, your family, and any child user you ride with, including minors, for bodily injury, death, and loss of personal property and any expenses as a result of your negligence, negligence of your family, or the negligence of any bike or cycling equipment purchased from this website. You hereby expressly consent and assume all risks of the activity for yourself and your family.

By agreeing to these terms, you, for your family, minors, other children with whom you maybe lend a bike or cycling equipment to, your heirs and executors and yourself, are confirming that you have read, understand and acknowledge the risks and liability for yourself and your family.

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