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Batch Bicycles The Balance Bicycle
$99.99
Remember your first time on a bike? Recall the feelings of independence and excitement that rushed over you when you were finally able to pedal a bike on your own and point it where you wanted to go. Well, for your child, those feelings find their roots in the Balance bike. Designed simply and without pedals so kids can keep their feet on the ground while working to establish their balance—and working toward that first ride of two-wheeled freedom. - Frame: 6061 Alloy - Tires: EVA - Wheels: 10" Plastic Mags with cartridge bearings - Seat: Padded - Sizes: One Size - Weight: 6.35lbs.
Fuji Lil Rookie 12 Pushbike
$139.99
The Lil Rookie features 12-inch-wheels designed to provide kids with the correct size to enter the world of cycling. - Durable, lightweight aluminum frame - 12" wheels - Aluminum wheels with stainless steel spokes - Perfect to teach first time riders balance and handling skills
SE Bikes Micro Ripper 12-inch
$149.99
The smallest SE bike ever! The new Micro Ripper lets the tiniest of riders get their first feel of the balance of riding a bike. This micro-sized PK Ripper-styled bike is built with legendary SE features such as floval shaped frame tubing and Landing Gear forks. The frame is built with an ultra-low standover and kid-friendly geometry. The Micro Ripper is a perfect introduction to the SE lifestyle. - Lightweight 6061 aluminum frame with ultra-low standover height to correctly fit young riders - 12" wheels for easy handling and stable steering - Adjustable seat height with quick release seat clamp for growing kids - 9.4 pounds
Jamis Critter
$169.95
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike fit. We focus on designing frames with low stand-over’s to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. We trim as much weight as we can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible (the limiting factor here is working within a youth bike appropriate price point) to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal.
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