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Orbea MX 20 Team
$439.00
We know the feeling...We all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. We want to ride with a smiling face next to us rather than watch our mini-friends struggle with an oversized, heavy, low-quality toy. With Orbea’s MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine like yours that's scaled down for small riders becomes a reality. The MX 20 Team has a lightweight aluminum frame that's easy to handle and a sloping top tube for easy mounting and dismounting. The 8-speed Shimano drivetrain makes hill climbing a cinch, and sure-stopping V-brakes with kid-sized brake levers give them easy-to-use speed control. Give your young rider a bike that's as fun to ride as yours and you'll foster a love of cycling that will last a lifetime.
Orbea MX 20 Team Disc
$539.00
We know the feeling… we all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. We want to ride with a smiling face next to us rather than watch our mini-friends struggle with an oversized, heavy, low-quality toy. With Orbea’s MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine like yours that's scaled down for small riders becomes a reality. The MX 20 Team Disc has a lightweight aluminum frame that's easy to handle and a sloping top tube for easy mounting and dismounting. The 8-speed Shimano drivetrain makes hill climbing a cinch, and powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes with kid-sized brake levers give them confident speed control. Give your young rider a bike that's as fun to ride as yours and you'll foster a love of cycling that will last a lifetime.
Orbea MX 20 XC
$399.00
We know the feeling...We all want our kids to fall in love with the freedom and joy of cycling. We want to ride with a smiling face next to us rather than watch our mini-friends struggle with an oversized, heavy, low-quality toy. With Orbea’s MX Kids lineup, finding a real machine like yours that's scaled down for small riders becomes a reality. The MX 20 XC has a lightweight aluminum frame that's easy to handle and a sloping top tube for easy mounting and dismounting. An SR Suntour suspension fork smooths out the bumps, the 7-speed Shimano drivetrain makes hill climbing a cinch, and sure-stopping V-brakes with kid-sized brake levers give them easy-to-use speed control. Give your young rider a bike that's as fun to ride as yours and you'll foster a love of cycling that will last a lifetime.
Orbea Grow 2 7V
$379.00
Give your little one a true vehicle for their first taste of freedom – even if it's just a trip to the end of the block. Grow is lightweight and durable, with full alloy components adapted for pint size riders. With seven easy-shifting gears and dependable V-brakes, they'll have the power and control they need to explore with confidence. And when your young one suddenly seem to grow an inch or two overnight, Grow gets bigger with them. A simple adjustment stretches the wheelbase so you get more years of use out of a single bike.
Jamis XR.20
$299.00
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 enough for any youngster to learn how to shift and master. It's also enough gearing to get around the neighborhood or park comfortably, which is why it has 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.
Jamis XR.20
$319.00
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.
Jamis Laser 2.0
$239.00
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.
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