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SE Bikes Bronco 12-inch
$229.99 - $299.99
Built for the kids, the 12" Bronco is built around a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame that features a low standover and compact geometry. It comes equipped with training wheels, coaster brake, and a hand brake for the enthusiastic little kid just learning to ride. You're never too young to learn to ride and have fun on a bike! - Lightweight 6061 aluminum frame with low standover height to correctly fit young riders - Coaster brake rear hub and rear hand brakes for added safety - Adjustable handlebar and seat height for growing kids - Comes equipped with training wheels, which can be removed later as the rider progresses - 18.5 pounds
Retrospec Cub Balance Bike (2-3yrs)
$69.99 - $79.99
The baddest beginner's bike on the block is designed for new cyclists 20 months to 5 years of age. Our Cub's no-pedal lightweight step-thru and height-adjustable steel frame allows Cub to keep up with them, while they catch up to you. Keep up with your growing young'un! Retrospec's Cub no-pedal balance bike is designed for kids aged 20 months to 5 years. We've built this beginner's bike to ease toddlers into developing essential coordination and balance. It sports a frame with a low down tube so it's easy to get on and off of the bike. Cub is also adjustable, so it will grow with your kiddo. You can change the position of the handlebars and seat tube. A balance bike is better than training wheels. Riding along with no pedals means kids balance on their feet, which means their feet are almost always touching the ground. Mini-bicyclists can zoom around without the risk of going too quickly or falling down, seriously reducing the risk of getting hurt. Cub balance bike also requires virtually no assembly or maintenance. It doesn't have pedals or a chain. The tires are air-free, which means they can't pop and won't deflate. The step-thru frame is lightweight and extremely durable.
Retrospec Koda 20
$179.99
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.
Fuji Dynamite 24 Sport
$319.99
Designed for young boys and girls looking to start exploring trails, parks and dirt lots and for parents introducing their children to the world of mountain biking, the Dynamite is the gateway bike. And family outings are most successful when everybody is on the same page equipment-wise. The Dynamite is a real bike that can grow with kids as they fall in love with riding. - A1 aluminum frame is lightweight and durable. - Linear-pull brakes for stopping power. - Top tube design provides greater standover, allowing for easy-on and easy-off and ample room for growing young riders. - Short-reach brake levers enable kids to safely and comfortably control braking. - Suspension fork smooths out the bumps. - Shimano drivetrain provides reliable, smooth shifting with a wide gearing range to climb hills or go fast on flats.
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