16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)
Sometimes, objects go further. This is the case with Grow. It is a bike, but it also means feeling free, getting a nice breeze on your face while riding your first bike, going out on your bicycle for the first time (genuine adventure trips), feeling independent on your first vehicle ever, and many other experiences and sensations produced by the object itself. Grow 1 has a single speed, a coaster brake along with an easy to use V-brake with kid-sized brake levers, and comes with training wheels and a chain guard to keep pant legs safe. And when your young one suddenly seem to grow an inch overnight, Grow gets bigger with them. A simple adjustment stretches the wheelbase so you get more years of use out of a single bike. With the durability of an aluminum frame, steel fork and full alloy components, this bike will stand up to tough treatment and be ready to pass on to the next round of little ones.
$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.
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.
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