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Jamis XR.20
$329.00
Jamis' lightweight and durable aluminum XR.20 frame is easier to pedal than steel and features tapered and ovalized tubing to optimize frame strength and durability while offering the cool looks today's young riders appreciate. A six-speed drivetrain is ideal for most youngsters to learn how to shift and master. It's also enough gearing to get around the neighborhood or park comfortably, with just one single chain ring in front to simplify shifting. A double-sided chain guard keeps the chain in place and clothes and legs out of the chain's way. There's a protective derailleur guard attached to the rear of the frame to protect the rear derailleur from knocks, keeping it in adjustment longer for greater safety and control. A full alloy parts package, including seat post, stem cap, crank arms, seat post clamp, brakes, and rims reduces total bike weight and adds value. The XR.20's XC saddle offers lots of high-quality padding for comfort and control with a narrow nose so that legs can pedal freely without chafing.
Orbea Grow 2 7V
$379.00
Going out on your bicycle for the first time on a genuine adventure can produce many experiences. This is the case with Grow—it's a bike, but it's also that feeling of freedom, of a nice breeze on your face while riding your first bike. It's built with a durable frame and offers adjustability at the stem and seatpost, to keep a perfect fit while kids grow. A 7-speed Shimano drivetrain increases the bike's versatility, while front and rear V-brakes add plenty of control.
Orbea MX 24 XC
$439.00
We all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. With Orbea's MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine that is scaled down for smaller riders becomes a reality. MX Kids bikes are among the lightest on the market and make use of smaller brake levers, saddles, and pedals so kids can enjoy comfort and control. Multiple wheel sizes, many configurations and, most importantly, a few color options make MX Kids the best catalyst for a growing passion. The MX 24 XC is built with a durable aluminum frame paired with a front suspension fork, perfect for kids that are just starting on the trail. The Shimano 8-speed rear derailleur is easy to use and offers a reliable shifting system that kids will love. A quick release seatpost clamp makes on-the-fly saddle height adjustments a breeze.
Orbea MX 20 Team
$439.00
We all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. With Orbea's MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine that is scaled down for smaller riders becomes a reality. MX Kids bikes are among the lightest on the market and make use of smaller brake levers, saddles, and pedals so kids can enjoy comfort and control. Multiple wheel sizes, many configurations and, most importantly, a few color options make MX Kids the best catalyst for a growing passion. The MX 20 Team is built with a durable aluminum frame and a lightweight aluminum fork. The Shimano 8-speed rear derailleur is easy to use and offers a reliable shifting system that kids will love. A quick release seatpost clamp makes on-the-fly saddle height adjustments a breeze. The Kenda Small Block Eight tires are a great option for off-road riding.
Jamis X.24 Disc
$369.00
Jamis' lightweight and durable aluminum X-24 frame is easier to pedal than steel and it's spec'd with a replaceable rear derailleur hanger for increased frame longevity. Disc brakes provide super-responsive stopping power so kids feel secure. That suspension fork isn't just for cool looks. It's 45mm of bump-eating, telescoping travel means greater control and safety for young riders. Compared to bigger 26” wheeled bikes, the smaller diameter 24” wheels and shorter 12” frame of the X-24 provides more standover clearance and a lower center of gravity for enhanced control and safety, so young aspiring mountain bikers can learn to ride both on and off road comfortably, securely and safely. The double chainring crankset offers increased gear range (14-speeds) with an alloy outer rock guard to protect the chainrings from contact with curbs or logs. Helps keep pants and legs clean too! Non-quick release hubs and seat post clamps ensure that wheels and seats remain securely and safely attached to the frame and fork.
Jamis XR.24
$369.00
Jamis' lightweight and durable aluminum XR.24 frame is easier to pedal than steel and it's spec'd with a replaceable rear derailleur hanger for increased frame longevity. That rigid fork isn't just for cool looks; its light weight means greater control and safety for young riders. Compared to bigger 26” wheeled bikes, the smaller diameter 24” wheels and shorter 12” frame of the XR.24 provides more standover clearance and a lower center of gravity for enhanced control and safety, so young, aspiring mountain bikers can learn to ride both on and off road comfortably, securely, and safely. The double chainring crankset offers increased gear range (14-speeds) with an alloy outer rock guard to protect the chainrings from contact with curbs or logs, and it helps keep pants and legs clean too! Non-quick release hubs and seat post clamps ensure that wheels and seats remain securely and safely attached to the frame and fork.
Orbea MX 24 Team-USA
$499.00
When your young rider is growing fast, but still not quite ready for an adult bike, Orbea's MX 24 Team is the perfect choice. Its Minipro geometry features shorter chainstays for better handling and a sloping top tube for easy mounting and dismounting. The lightweight, durable aluminum frame sports high quality components like a Shimano 9-speed drivetrain, sure-stopping V-brakes, and kid-sized brake levers, saddle, and pedals. Because when you give your kid a real machine that's just as fun to ride as yours, you'll foster a love of riding that will last a lifetime.
Orbea Grow 1
$319.00
Going out on your bicycle for the first time on a genuine adventure can produce many experiences. This is the case with Grow—it's a bike, but it's also that feeling of freedom, of a nice breeze on your face while riding your first bike. It's built with a durable frame and offers adjustability at the stem and seatpost, to keep a perfect fit while kids grow. Removable training wheels make it a great first bike.
Jamis Laser 1.6
$229.00
The Jamis Laser's mini MX-Moto design offers plenty of standover clearance for young riders and a head-turning, two-tone paint finish that will be the talk of the neighborhood. The over-sized blades and leading axle dropout of the Laser fork assure it will be up to the task of getting there and back safely. The Laser's full-length and full ring-wrap chainguard keep clothes and legs cleanly and safely out of the way of the chain. Every 16-inch Laser offers stabilizing training wheels to 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.
Orbea MX 20 XC
$399.00
We all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. With Orbea's MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine that is scaled down for smaller riders becomes a reality. MX Kids bikes are among the lightest on the market and make use of smaller brake levers, saddles, and pedals so kids can enjoy comfort and control. Multiple wheel sizes, many configurations and, most importantly, a few color options make MX Kids the best catalyst for a growing passion. The MX XC is built with a durable aluminum frame paired with a front suspension fork, perfect for kids that are just starting on the trail. The Shimano 7-speed rear derailleur is easy to use and offers a reliable shifting system that kids will love. A quick release seatpost clamp makes on-the-fly saddle height adjustments a breeze.
Jamis Laser 2.0
$249.00
The lightweight and durable aluminum Jamis Laser frame is easier to pedal than steel, giving young riders the confidence to keep up with mom or dad. The 20-inch Laser actually offers two types of brakes: a standard rear coaster brake, which most youngsters are familiar with, and a rear V-brake which many are not. Having the rear coaster brake as a back-up allows youngsters to get used to hand-braking without going cold-turkey on the coaster brake they are comfortable with. The alloy rims are anodized black to provide even greater corrosion and rust resistance than the alloy already possesses, and the rim sidewalls are ground to provide a smooth braking surface for the rear V-brake. Jamis builds the Laser 2.0 wheels with 36 spokes in a 3-cross lacing pattern for strength and durability, and mounts knobby BMX tires that bite in the dirt but with a rounded profile that rolls smoothly on neighborhood streets and driveways. Every Laser 2.0 offers a kickstand for parking that pride and joy and a bell to announce that the Laser has arrived.
Orbea MX 24 Team-Disc-USA
$649.00
When your young rider is growing fast, but still not quite ready for an adult bike, Orbea's MX 24 Team-Disc-USA is the perfect choice. Its Minipro geometry features shorter chainstays and a sloping top tube for easy mounting and dismounting. The lightweight, durable aluminum frame sports high quality components like a Shimano 10-speed drivetrain, powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, and kid-sized brake levers, saddle, and pedals. Because when you give your kid a real machine that's just as fun to ride as yours, you'll foster a love of riding that will last a lifetime.
Orbea MX 20 Team Disc
$539.00
We all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. With Orbea's MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine that is scaled down for smaller riders becomes a reality. MX Kids bikes are among the lightest on the market and make use of smaller brake levers, saddles, and pedals so kids can enjoy comfort and control. Multiple wheel sizes, many configurations and, most importantly, a few color options make MX Kids the best catalyst for a growing passion. The MX 20 Team Disc is built with a durable aluminum frame and a lightweight aluminum fork. The Shimano 8-speed rear derailleur is easy to use and offers a reliable shifting system that kids will love. A quick release seatpost clamp makes on-the-fly saddle height adjustments a breeze. Powerful hydraulic disc brakes add to its trail-shredding abilities, while the Kenda Small Block Eight tires are a great option for off-road riding.
Jamis Laser 16
$209.00 - $219.00
Laser's mini MX-Moto design offers plenty of standover clearance for young riders and a head-turning, two-tone paint finish that will be the talk of the neighborhood. The over-sized blades and leading axle dropout of the Laser fork assures it will be up to the task of getting there and back safely. If a steel or alloy part is not painted or anodized, Jamis protects it with a black electroplating which enhances the corrosion resistance of that part. The satin sheen of the finish looks good too. The Laser's full-length and full ring-wrap chainguard keep clothes and legs cleanly and safely out of the way of the chain. Every 16-inch Laser 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.
Raleigh MXR 16
$169.99
The Raleigh MXR 16 is the perfect gateway to a lifetime of riding. The MXR 16 is a 16-inch-wheeled bike that’s lightweight to make getting started easy, yet it’s durable enough to survive the learning process. A pedal brake (also called foot brake or kick back brake) is simple and intuitive to use. Speed-inspired colors and graphics will have kids racing around the driveway, park, or neighborhood in no time.
Jamis Miss Daisy
$229.00
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.
Raleigh Jazzi 12
$149.99
It seems like it was just yesterday when your little one was born and now she is ready to ride her first bike. The Jazzi 12 is the ideal bike for girls 2-4 years old who are new to riding on two wheels and are excited to put power to the pedals. The durable steel frame is made for kids between 32" and 40" tall who want to get their first taste of riding. Removable training wheels can be used to learn balance, but taken off when your little one is ready for a two-wheeled adventure. Coaster brakes are easy to master – simply push the pedals backward and the bike slows to a stop. The chain guard will keep pant legs from getting caught in the chain making sure that the fun doesn’t stop due to torn pants. The Jazzi 12 is the perfect way for her to get the aroma of freedom that bikes bring.
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