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Strider Sport 12 Balance Bike
$129.99
We believe in raising kids who excel at life and always have the courage to tackle whatever comes next. That’s why the Strider 12 Sport Balance Bike has become the ultimate vehicle for kids as young as 18 months. Your tiny-legged toddler is ready to ride, thirsting for freedom, and craving adventure. Give your child the bike that set the world on fire and encourages them to experience the thrill of riding while developing confidence and coordination…before they’re even out of diapers. The Sport is our best all-around model. Mini-grips mean little mitts can easily take control and make this lean, mean, durable bike the biggest bang for your buck, which is probably why it’s our best seller. The 12 Sport is the perfect bike to take your child from baby steps to big strides, all without busting out a toolkit (tool-free seat and handlebar adjustment AND tires that never go flat). The Strider Sport has a seat height range from 28-48 cm (11-19 in.), which means it fits a huge range of inseam lengths (30-51 cm [12-20 in.]). The cushy, padded seat and an additional extra-long seatpost means your child will get years out of their Strider. Boring specs aside, this is the bike that introduces kids to the freedom, power, and responsibility of riding. Now they have the power to keep up with you when you’re out and about. No more strollers. No more of those ridiculous kid leashes. Your child can experience the truly amazing freedom that comes with being a part of the Strider family. Size & Fit - For Ages 18 months to 5 Years - Fits inseam lengths (30-51 cm [12-20 in.]). - Max. Rider Weight: 27 kg (60 lbs.) FRAME Steel Frame Assembled Weight: 3.0 kg (6.7 lbs.) No-Tool Assembly Fully Adjustable with Easy-Adjust Clamps HANDLEBAR Handlebar Height: 46 - 56 cm (18 - 22 in.) Mini-Grip Handlebar with Safety Pad SEAT Seat Height: 28 - 48 cm (11 - 19 in.) Includes One, Ergonomically-Padded Seat Includes Standard and XL Seatposts WHEELS Ultralight Molded Wheels with Maintenance-Free Sealed Cartridge Bearings and Flat-Free Foam Rubber 12” Tires FOOTREST Built-In Footrests
Specialized Hotwalk
$225.00
Your little one will learn balance quicker than ever with Specialized's Hotwalk. It uses a lightweight, aluminum frame with an extremely low standover height so they have plenty of room to use their feet to propel themselves, while the comfy seat lets them sit down and coast when up to speed. The kid-friendly Hotwalk geometry makes this a perfect bike to introduce your child to the wonderful world of bicycling.
Jamis Laser 16
$299.95
SIDEWALK ADVENTURER Everyone remembers their first bike; the combination of freedom and fun. That bike needs to be fun, comfortable and safe, which is why Laser 16 features a lightweight aluminum frame, removable training wheels, and BMX-style handlebars and saddle. LIGHTWEIGHT ALLOY FRAME Extra weight is the enemy of any bike. This is especially true for youth bikes, when the riders themselves are relatively light-weight. It’s tough to beat the cost-to-weight ratio of aluminum, which is why Laser 16 features a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame. This keeps the overall weight down, making the bike much more fun and easy to ride. TRAINING WHEELS INCLUDED When it comes to learning to ride a bike, building confidence is the name of the game. Laser 16 is equipped with training wheels, so young riders can build that confidence safely. - Lightweight 6061 aluminum MX-moto frame design - Tubular unicrown fork, MX Hi-Ten, straight blades - Electro-plated black steel rims, steel front and Hi-Stop coaster brake rear hubs - CST Dirt Knobbie tires - BMX high-impact resin pedals - Hi-Stop rear coaster brake - BMX style handlebar with a safety bell - Jamis BMX Jr. saddle
Marin Donky Jr 24
$429.00
The Donky Jr 24 is built around a lightweight aluminum frame and features a dependable Shimano 6-speed drivetrain, kids-sized saddle, grips, and controls, along with the quality components you expect from Marin. Perfect for neighborhood adventures, where each block away from home feels like a mile.
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