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Fuji Rookie 20 Girl
$199.00
The all-new Rookie Series is designed to provide kids with the correct size to enter the world of cycling. - All-new durable, lightweight aluminum frame - Easy-to-use coaster brake with additional v-brake option to help little ones adjust to hand braking - Equipped with chainguard, training wheels and handlebar pad - 16-inch wheels with optimized geometry to fit growing kids - Aluminum wheels with stainless steel spokes are durable and don't rust
Fuji Rookie 20 B
$199.99
The all-new Rookie Series is designed to provide kids with the correct size to enter the world of cycling. - Durable, lightweight aluminum frame - Easy-to-use coaster brake with additional rear v-brake - 20-inch wheels - Equipped with chainguard, handlebar pad and a kickstand - Aluminum wheels with stainless steel spokes.
Fuji Rookie 20 G
$199.99
The all-new Rookie Series is designed to provide kids with the correct size to enter the world of cycling. - Durable, lightweight aluminum frame - Easy-to-use coaster brake with additional rear v-brake - 20-inch wheels - Equipped with chainguard, handlebar pad and a kickstand - Aluminum wheels with stainless steel spokes.
Jamis Laser 2.0
$219.00
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike. They focus on designing frames with low stand-over to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. They trim as much weight as they can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal. The additional benefit of this spec-as-much-alloy-as-possible design bias is that the product will hold up in the elements significantly better than other kids bikes built with more steel parts.
Jamis Starlite
$219.00
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike. They focus on designing frames with low stand-over to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. They trim as much weight as we can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal. The additional benefit of this spec-as-much-alloy-as-possible design bias is that the product will hold up in the elements significantly better than other kids bikes built with more steel parts.
Raleigh Jazzi 20
$224.99
Jazz up your little one's style with Raleigh's Jazzi 20! Quality construction and cool colors combine in this sweet, fun bicycle. It features a tough aluminum frame that can take most anything a youngster can dish out. Its low top tube allows for easy on/off and the 20-inch wheels and quality components are built to last. Plus, the coaster brake and front hand brake setup make the transition to bigger bikes easier and safer.
Raleigh MXR 20
$224.99
Raleigh's MXR 20 is a kid-size pedaler that young riders love. It boasts a sturdy steel frame, rugged training wheels, 20-inch wheels, and quality components throughout to give you peace of mind. Plus, the MXR 20 comes with stylish graphics and a color-matched chainguard.
Jamis Laser 20
$229.00
The lightweight and durable aluminum 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 also feature 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.
Jamis Starlite 20
$229.00
With a lightweight and durable aluminum frame, the Starlite is an easy-pedaling kids bike that inspires fun and confidence on every ride. The swooping frame design has a purpose other than great looks: with 20-inch wheels this bike offers a low standover and low center of gravity for stable, secure riding and control. The silver anodized wheels are durable, lightweight, and easy to pedal, and built with 36 spokes in a 3-cross lacing pattern for extra strength to keep up with the rough-and-tumble nature of childhood. Starlite's swept back handlebars are specifically designed to be easy to reach and promote a comfortable, secure, and upright ride position, and the extra-plush, broad-based saddle features a suede-like brushed vinyl top that's grippy and keeps young riders from sliding around unsafely on the saddle top. Finally, a rear coaster brake plus an additional rear hand brake work together to as your child progresses, and a full-coverage chainguard keeps shoe laces and clothing out of harm's way.
Raleigh Lily 20
$249.99
Raleigh's Lily 20 is a stylish mini mountain bike that's great for getting your child into riding. It boasts an easy-pedaling, lightweight aluminum frame, quality 20-inch wheels and a simple-to-operate 6-speed drivetrain to help on the hills. Plus, the low stand-over frame, grippy knobby tires, and easy-to-reach linear-pull brakes mean she'll be comfortable and confident on every ride, whether pavement or dirt.
Jamis X.20
$279.00
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike. They focus on designing frames with low stand-over to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. They trim as much weight as we can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal. The additional benefit of this spec-as-much-alloy-as-possible design bias is that the product will hold up in the elements significantly better than other kids bikes built with more steel parts.
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