20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)
The 20" Bronco is a perfect fit for youngsters with a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame featuring an ultra-low standover height. Rear hand brakes and freewheel rear hub will help to build confidence and precision. Kids who are new to BMX will absolutely love this bike. - Lightweight 6061 aluminum frame with low standover height to correctly fit young riders - Freewheel rear hub with hand brakes - Adjustable handlebar and seat height for growing kids - 23.5 pounds
Designed for young kids looking to start exploring trails, parks, and dirt lots and for parents introducing their children to the world of mountain biking, the Dynamite is the gateway bike. Family outings are most successful when everybody is on the same page equipment-wise. The Dynamite is a real bike that can grow with kids as they fall in love with riding. - Fuji's low step-over design makes it easy to get on and off the bike - 6 speeds with grip-type shifter to ease kids into how to use gears - Suspension fork with 40mm of travel to smooth the bumps - Flat alloy handlebars provide responsive control when riding uncertain terrains - Kenda Small Block Eight tires guarantee miles and miles of dirt-grinding fun - Linear pull brakes for reliable stopping power
The Rookie series features bicycles designed to provide kids with the correct size to enter the world of cycling. - Lightweight and durable aluminum frame - Easy-to-use coaster brake with additional v-brake option to help little ones adjust to hand braking - Aluminum wheels with stainless steel spokes are durable and resist rust - 20" wheels - Equipped with chainguard, handlebar pad and a kickstand
For kids, a bike means freedom and fun. And, because, like it or not, a kids bike can sometimes see duties that take it a bit beyond its intended purpose, it needs to be simple and reliable. The Batch Kids Bike is grab-and-go for spontaneous adventures. It features a durable and light aluminum frame, easy-to-steer handlebars, and an adjustable seat. You want to keep your kid's biking spirit alive? Give them a bike that can keep up.
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