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Sun Bicycles Revolutions 24 - Girl's
$449.99
Let your little girl enjoy the carefree fun of Sun's Revolutions 24 cruiser. This cool, 24-inch wheel cruiser boasts a comfortable upright riding position and a classy retro look that'll make her the envy of the block. You'll both love the easy-to-operate and low-maintenance one-speed drivetrain with the sure-stopping coaster brake, as well as the plush seat and wide bars that put your child in the lap of luxury on all her rides.
Strider Sports Strider 12 Classic
$109.99 - $119.99
The budget-friendly Strider Classic comes equipped with our no-flat tires, which are ready to take any punishment that your little renegade can dole out. The lightweight, steel frame was specifically constructed for child-level durability (that's the highest level of durability BTW). Oh yeah, it also has the lowest seat height of any balance bike (28-40 cm [11-16 in.]) on the market, so it fits an inseam of 30-43 cm (12-17 in.). Why? Because those little legs need to perfectly fit the bike they're riding to build up that confidence. The Strider Classic is a great, unembellished choice for those that want to jump in the pool but aren't quite ready to cannonball. Become your little rebel's biggest cheerleader with the best bike out there. Specs - Assembled Weight: 2.9 kg (6.5 lbs.) - Handlebar Height: 46 - 56 cm (18 - 22 in.) - Seat Height: 28 - 41 cm (11 - 16 in.) - All-Weather Plastic Mini-Seat - Ultralight Molded Wheels with Maintenance-Free Sealed Cartridge Bearings and Flat-Free Foam Rubber 12” Tires - U.S. Patented Design - Steel Frame - Built-In Footrests - Standard Handlebar and Grips - Max. Rider Weight: 27 kg (60 lbs.) - Fits an inseam of 30-43 cm (12-17 in.). - Ages 18 months – 3 years - Typically children 4 – 5 years old, or with an inseam greater than 43cm, require a separate purchase of an XL seat post.
Jamis Miss Daisy
$289.00
The full-length and full ring-wrap chainguard on the Jamis Miss Daisy keep clothes and legs cleanly and safely out of the way of the chain. Those attractively painted fenders keep the rain and mud off the bike and the rider, and look cute to boot. The soft and comfortable foam grips feature a smooth vinyl cover that is embossed and stitched to match the saddle and decal theme. Those wide Brooklyn Speedway tires offer a large contact patch for greater stability, with a smooth tread surface for easy rolling, and hold plenty of air volume for a more comfortable ride. The pedals offer a non-slip insert that keeps feet and shoes in full contact even when wet for safe and secure pedaling, too. Every 16-inch Miss Daisy offers stabilizing training wheels that assist the young rider in learning how to pedal, steer, and balance a bike for the first time. The training wheel support struts attach securely both to the rear hub axle and the frame itself so that the training wheels don’t rotate out of plane with the rear wheel, preventing tips or spills.
Jamis Starlite
$299.00
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike fit. We focus on designing frames with low stand-overs to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. We trim as much weight as we can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible (the limiting factor here is working within a youth-bike-appropriate price point) to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal.
Giant XTC Jr 20 C/B
$330.00
Here’s a ticket to hit the trail. The XTC Jr. 20 is the perfect way to introduce young riders to off-road riding. Key performance factors: Lightweight frame ALUXX-grade aluminum frame provides a lightweight, purpose-built chassis for aspiring young off-road riders. Confidence and control Size-specific wheels and front suspension give young riders the performance they need for true off-road riding. Kid-friendly features Youth-specific performance components help young riders improve their off-road skills.
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