20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)
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")
$375.00 - $400.00
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.
For kids, a bike means freedom and fun. And because, like it or not, a bike can sometimes see duties that take it a bit beyond its intended purpose, it needs to be simple and reliable. The Batch Kids Bike is grab-and-go for spontaneous adventures. It features a durable and light aluminum frame, easy-to-steer handlebars, and an adjustable seat. You want to keep your kid’s spirit for biking alive? Give them a bike that can keep up.
Small wheels doesn’t mean small fun: this is GT’s premium off-road, all-terrain, all-action first mountain bike. Lightweight aluminum frame and rigid fork built with LegitFit design and plenty of Shimano gears mean this bike is super-easy to ride and handles like a dream. Remember that feeling of barrelling down the dirt track and coming home covered in mud while grinning from ear to ear? THAT! *Improved Geometry bikes with the LegitFit system feature geometry adjustments to improve ergonomics for youth statures. The result: Increased stability, comfort and confidence for a wider range of riders. *Easier Pedaling bikes with the LegitFit system have their pedal positions moved slightly forward. The result: Makes it easier to pedal. *Better Positioning bikes with the LegitFit system have narrower crank and pedal positions that match the width of a child’s hips. The result: A stronger, more natural pedal stroke.
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