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Bianchi Duel 24
$380.00
When your mini-me is ready to hit the trail with you, give them a bike that can keep up. The Duel 24" has a lightweight alloy frame and fast rolling 24" alloy wheels with knobby tires for plenty of speed and stability. The Shimano Tourney Revo-Twist 6-speed drivetrain is easy to use and gives them enough options to get used to gearing without being overwhelming. A suspension fork smooths out the bumps in the trail and dependable v-brakes keep speed under control.
KHS XC 24
$1,699.00
When your kiddo is serious about keeping up with the bigger kids (or schooling you on the trails), it's time for KHS's XC 24. It's lightweight 6061-alloy frame has 100mm of travel front and rear, powered by an an RST fork and an X-Fusion rear shock. The 24-inch double-wall alloy rims, wrapped in trail-grabbing Maxxis tires, are sized just right for smaller riders. The streamlined 11-speed SRAM NX drivetrain will have them beating you up the climb, while Tektro hydraulic disc brakes scrub speed reliably on the way down.
KHS Syntaur+
$359.00
The Syntaur+ features an alloy frame and plus-size 24 x 2.8-inch tires for maximum traction and fun on all types of terrain. It fills the gap between a kid and an adult bike with components made to fit smaller riders, and thanks to the wide-range 21-speed drivetrain there will never be a lack of gearing to keep this go-anywhere bike moving. And, with nice touches like chain and derailleur guards, you can count on years of safe and happy biking.
Evo Rock Ridge 24
$249.99
Every year a kid gets older their world expands a little more. The Rock Ridge 24 lets them go farther to explore more. It gives them the gears to get there, tires to tackle any terrain and a saddle that keeps them comfortable along the way. - MTB style cockpit - Alloy frame - Shimano Tourney 7-speed shifting - 24" wheels
KHS Syntaur+ Girls
$359.00
The Syntaur+ Girls features an alloy frame and plus-size 24 x 2.8-inch tires for maximum traction and fun on all types of terrain. It fills the gap between a kid and an adult bike with components made to fit smaller riders, and thanks to the wide-range 21-speed drivetrain there will never be a lack of gearing to keep this go-anywhere bike moving. And, with nice touches like chain and derailleur guards, you can count on years of safe and happy biking.
Cleary Scout 24-inch 10 Speed
$840.00
This is the real deal. Like your little ripper, the Scout 24-inch can’t wait to ride. Agile trail geometry means you may soon see this bike only from the rear. It’s perfect for developing trail skills. The Scout is dialed so kids can whip this bike around and have it handle well under the most aggressive riding.
Cannondale Kids Trail 24-inch
$410.00
With a Suntour suspension fork and powerful disc brakes, the Trail 24-inch bike is feature-packed for kids looking for off-road adventures. Its durable Smartform C3 alloy frame is nice and light, while the Shimano 1x8 drivetrain offers plenty of gearing for varying terrain, plus features full cable housing for all-weather reliability. A pair of Kenda Small Block Eight tires offer a low but grippy tread, perfect for maintaining speed on pavement and confident traction on dirt. Quality components and kid-specific touch points make this bike the perfect choice for both experienced and newer riders.
KHS T-Rex 7 Girls
$339.00
The T-Rex 7 encourages younger riders to progress their skills on singletrack. It's constructed of sturdy hi-tensile steel that'll hold up to kids learning to ride. A 1 x 7-speed drivetrain features an easy-to-operate twist shift and plenty of gearing to tackle the hills. Powerful linear-pull brakes and junior-sized components ensure every ride is maximum fun.
Cannondale Cujo Race 24+
$775.00
With the amazing grip and comfortable ride of its big tires and its surprisingly light weight, this rig makes trail riding easy and fun. Handlebars, grips, brake levers, saddles and cranks are designed specifically for little cyclists. Lower range gear ratios make it easier to start pedaling, easier to climb hills, and a lot easier on the parent running alongside with the steadying hand. No one does aluminum like Cannondale. These ultralight, durable and beautiful frames provide a ride like no other. Especially with kids’ bikes—the lighter it is, the easier it is to ride. To give our little rippers every advantage over gravity, we complement our beautifully crafted aluminum framesets with premium lightweight alloy components. Our kids' bikes all feature an appropriately narrow, kid-sized distance between the pedals to make riding easier. Each model in the kids' line has been designed to put the rider in the optimal position for control and comfort, making learning easier and riding more fun. - SmartForm C3 aluminum frame and fork - Cannondale Disc wheelset with Kenda Slant 6 tires - 10-speed Shimano Deore components - Promax hydraulic disc brakes
KHS Syntaur+ Girls
$419.00
The Syntaur+ features an alloy frame and plus-size 24 x 2.8-inch tires for maximum traction and fun on all types of terrain. It fills the gap between a kids' and an adult bike with components made to fit smaller riders, and, thanks to the easy-to-use 1 x 7-speed drivetrain, there will never be a lack of gearing to keep this go-anywhere bike moving. With nice touches like chain and derailleur guards, you can count on years of safe and happy biking.
KHS Flite 24
$559.00
The Flite 24 features 24-inch wheels and a scaled-down aluminum frame and components to better fit smaller riders while retaining all the design elements found in its bigger siblings. Alloy double-wall rims are wrapped in smooth-rolling 24 x 1-inch tires for nimble handling, and a 14-speed drivetrain provides plenty of gearing for climbing hills as well as racing across the flats. Integrated shift/brake levers are connected to alloy dual pivot brakes for solid braking, and a kids-specific KHS Junior padded saddle tops the build.
Bianchi Duel 24
$330.00
When your mini-me is ready to hit the trail with you, give them a bike that can keep up. The Duel 24" has a lightweight alloy frame and fast rolling 24" alloy wheels with knobby tires for plenty of speed and stability. The Shimano Tourney Revo-Twist 6-speed drivetrain is easy to use and gives them enough options to get used to gearing without being overwhelming. A suspension fork smooths out the bumps in the trail and dependable v-brakes keep speed under control.
Cannondale Trail 24 Girl's
$400.00
Cannondale's Trail 24 is your young rider's ticket to adventure. An awesome, lightweight aluminum frame with a suspension fork and tough 24-inch wheels roll through neighborhood alleys and over wooded trails with ease. Eight crisp-shifting gears are controlled by a twist grip shifter for easy gear changes, and sure-stopping mechanical disc brakes help them stay in control. Comfortable kid-sized saddle and grips and an included kickstand are the details that will make the Trail 24 their favorite mode of transportation.
Cannondale Kids Quick 24
$420.00
Get your little riders rolling free and loving life on these high performance, Kid-Correct bikes.
Cannondale Kids Cujo 24+
$550.00
With their agile feel and the grip and comfort of their big plus-size tires, the Cujos are the best way to learn trail-riding skills with fewer spills. Handlebars, grips, brake levers, saddles and cranks are designed specifically for little cyclists. Lower range gear ratios make it easier to start pedaling, easier to climb hills, and a lot easier on the parent running alongside with the steadying hand. No one does aluminum like Cannondale. These ultralight, durable and beautiful frames provide a ride like no other. Especially with kids’ bikes—the lighter it is, the easier it is to ride. To give our little rippers every advantage over gravity, we complement our beautifully crafted aluminum framesets with premium lightweight alloy components. Our kids' bikes all feature an appropriately narrow, kid-sized distance between the pedals to make riding easier. Each model in the kids' line has been designed to put the rider in the optimal position for control and comfort, making learning easier and riding more fun. - SmartForm C3 aluminum frame and fork - Cannondale Disc wheelset - 8-speed Shimano Tourney components - Tektro mechanical disc brakes
KHS Alite 24
$559.00
Just because it has smaller wheels doesn't mean it has a smaller attitude. The Alite 24 uses the same butted alloy tubes to create a lightweight cross country mountain bike to fit younger riders. It's spec'd with a Shimano 1x9 drivetrain, mechanical disc brakes, and a Suntour 80mm travel suspension fork that smooths small bumps and rock gardens so you can keep the flow all the way to the finish.
KHS T-Rex 7
$339.00
The T-Rex 7 encourages younger riders to progress their skills on singletrack. It's constructed of sturdy hi-tensile steel that'll hold up to kids learning to ride. A 1 x 7-speed drivetrain features an easy-to-operate twist shift and plenty of gearing to tackle the hills. Powerful linear-pull brakes and junior-sized components ensure every ride is maximum fun.
Cannondale Quick 24 Boy's
$400.00
Keep that fun meter pegged with Cannondale's Quick 24. Built on a lightweight and durable C2 aluminum frame and fork, it boasts a 7-speed drivetrain to make hills a breeze. Powerful linear pull brakes deliver solid stopping power, while aluminum wheels spin easily, rolling on grippy Kenda Small Block 8 tires to keep the rubber side down. Cannondale even spec'd an ergo saddle for all-day comfort and a kickstand to keep the bike upright for easy, safe parking.
Cannondale Cujo 24 LTD
$735.00
A premium spec package including hydraulic disc brakes and Shimano Deore shifter and derailleur makes this Cujo 24 a serious machine for little rippers. No one does aluminum like Cannondale, and this ultralight, durable and beautiful frame provides a ride like no other. Especially with kids’ bikes—the lighter it is, the easier it is to ride. To give your little rippers every advantage over gravity, Cannondale complements their beautifully crafted aluminum framesets with premium lightweight alloy components. Their kids' bikes all feature an appropriately narrow, kid-sized distance between the pedals to make riding easier. Lower range gear ratios make it easier to start pedaling, easier to climb hills, and a lot easier on the parent running alongside with the steadying hand.
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