Not owned a push bike in ages, so a bit rusty in this department, but anyways, I got one for my son to practice in, and yes, it's on stabilisers!
My query is the brakes though, whilst they work like they should, I keep thinking they have been routed wrong(by the Halfords guy who built it), so someone put me at peace.
Front brakes: Front right lever operates this is normal right, the cable come out correctly and under the reflector before making a 180 bend to go towards the otherside to operate the brake, but where it joins the brake part near the forks of the bike, it makes a tight 180 which I'm not happy about. it looks quite tight... opinions?
Rear brakes: Left brake lever seems to be more angled downwards than the right one, I don't know if the builder did this to allow the cable to route where it goes, but anyways, it goes under the left handlebar, then does a loop before it's fed into the guide hole/bit on the frame, is this the normal route also?