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Sun Bicycles Lil Bolt Type-R
$499.99
Sun's Li'l Bolt Type-R is a child's perfect complement to your adult cruiser bike. It boasts a sweet upright riding position, a plush seat and wide handlebars to make every ride your little one does as comfortable and carefree as possible. Plus, it's got a light, aluminum frame and 20-inch wheels for a wonderful ride. You'll also love the simple, low-maintenance one-speed, coaster-brake drivetrain.
Reid Explorer S 20
$269.99
A premium quality kid's bike with a durable steel frame and components. Endless fun and memories for kids aged 7-10 years with a rear coaster brake for safe stopping. Gift your child the taste of freedom. Features - Fun and super easy to ride, the Explorer S 20" Boys is perfect for kids aged 7-10 years. - The durable steel frame and BMX style handlebars mean kids can easily control the Explorer S 20" Boys for safe and fun riding. - The full-length chainguard means little hands are protected from mess. - KMC rust buster chain requires little maintenance. - The junior specific saddle and grips mean kids ride comfortably and easily.
Reid Explorer S 20
$204.00
A premium quality kid's bike with a durable steel frame and components. Endless fun and memories for kids aged 7-10 years with a rear coaster brake for safe stopping. Gift your child the taste of freedom. Features - Fun and super easy to ride, the Explorer S 20" Girls is perfect for kids aged 7-10 years. - The durable steel frame and BMX style handlebars mean that kids can easily control the Explorer S 20" Girls for safe and fun riding. - The full-length chainguard means little hands are protected from mess. - KMC rust buster chain requires little maintenance. - The junior-specific saddle and grips mean kids ride comfortably and easily.
Cleary Owl 20-inch 3-Speed
$500.00
When your early-grade-school adventurer is ready for their first foray into the excitement of shifting, it starts with the Cleary Owl. Cleary built this bike around the drivetrain to take your explorer higher and further every time. Powered by an internally geared Sturmey Archer 3-speed hub that's activated by a buttery smooth Sturmey Archer trigger shifter. The Owl's shifting mechanism is encased in an aluminum shell inside the rear hub so it will shift smoothly with no maintenance for thousands of miles. Speed and acceleration are no problem with the 127mm alloy 3-piece cranks. Too fast too soon? The Owl stops on a dime thanks to the super-strong Tektro junior v-brakes. To determine the best fit, Cleary suggests measuring your child's inseam and referencing their size chart. The Owl is the best fit for riders with an inseam measurement of 19-23". A rider with a 21" inseam will sit on the Owl with their bottom on the saddle, flat-footed on the ground with the seat at its lowest position. At that same saddle height, riders with a 19" inseam will happily sit with only the balls of their feet on the ground. As long as a child has an inseam of 19", their arms and torso are long enough so they can reach the handlebars comfortably.
Sun Bicycles Flower Power 20
$319.99
For the girl who's first learning to ride, Sun's Flower Power is an eye-catching, kid-friendly bike that boasts quality, comfort and safety. This bright, fun 20-inch wheeled bike comes with a sloped-down top tube for easy dismounting and a coaster brake for sure stops. Plus, it features a rear hand brake to help her learn proper braking skills.
Sun Bicycles Matrix 20
$319.99
For the child who's first learning to ride, Sun's Matrix is an eye-catching, kid-friendly bike that boasts quality, comfort and safety. This bright, fun 20-inch wheeled bike comes with a sloped-down top tube for easy dismounting and a coaster brake for sure stops. Plus, it features a rear hand brake to help him learn proper braking skills.
Radio Zuma 20
$624.99
Buying a bike for your child can be daunting—that's why we developed the Zuma range to make it easier. Based on the concept of a kid-sized MTB bike, the Zuma bikes are incredibly lightweight. They feature a carefully researched geometry and are designed specifically around smaller riders as the perfect balance between a bike for a child to learn the basics on and a more advanced MTB for off-road riding conditions and weekend rides with the parents. These carefully spec'd bikes feature a super lightweight alloy frame and fork with double-wall rims and children's-specific aftermarket components from Promax, KMC, FSA, Vee Rubber, and Satori, making them suit the rider's size perfectly while keeping the look, feel, and ride of a high-end, full adult size MTB. Children are the future, and the Zuma line is designed to give them the best possible start for that future.
Cannondale Kids Cujo 20+
$550.00
Start 'em off right. The traction and comfort of its big plus-size tires and its light, agile feel make the Cujo 20+ the best way to learn trail riding skills with fewer spills. Highlights - Light, durable SmartForm C3 Alloy frame and fork - Shimano 7-speed Revo Twist Shifter w/ powerful disc brakes - Kid's Plus-Size Wheels and Tires (20x2.6")
Cannondale Kids Quick 20
$435.00
Get your little riders rolling free and loving life on these high performance, Kid-Correct bikes.
Cannondale Kids Trail 20-inch
$450.00
Kids have everything they need for improving their off-road riding game with Cannondale's Trail 20-inch. A suspension fork smooths out rough terrain, and the twist shift-operated 7-speed Shimano drivetrain is easy to use and get kids used to riding geared bikes. A set of front and rear Promax V-brakes provides skid-level stopping power, plus the lightweight alloy frame is plenty durable for withstanding rowdy rides.
Retrospec Koda 20
$149.99
A bike that keeps up with them Koda is built to withstand every learning curve. Sidewalk whips, park zips, and even some trip-ups along the way are to be expected. Koda's specially designed frame, adjustable seat and handlebars allow the bike to grow with them and their growth spurts. Two ways to stop Koda is designed to get your kiddo comfortable with cycling. Its dual braking system allows them to choose which way to stop feels best. A built-in coaster brake means they can pedal backward to slow their roll, while the additional handbrake prepares them for sudden stops Is this bike the right size? Don't guess your kiddo's height—growth spurts mean you should take a quick measurement. There will be some overlap so pick the size that gives them the most range to grow.
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