12" - From age 2 to 4, we start them out right. If they can ride a tricycle, they
can already be riding a bicycle. We often hear back from proud parents on how they've got the training wheels off and their child is riding
before the age of three!
16" - From 3 to 5, they're ready to roll. Complete with training wheels (that are
easily removed when ready), these bikes look just like their big brothers and sisters bikes.
Compact 20" - An actual 20" wheel bike scaled down for the average 5 yr. old. It used
to be a real stretch to get a child from a 16" to a 20" bike. These compact versions fills a big hole in the growing cycle. This bike will
be outgrown mentally long before it is physically. This bike will lead to either a full sized 20" BMX or 26"
small framed Mountain Bike.
20" - A full sized 20" bike with a coaster brake and hand brake for the rear wheel.
The security and safety of stopping with the stength of their legs, but the coolness of having a hand brake too. A great way to get used
to using one, because the bike after this one will be only hand brakes.
24" - Mountain bikes
with 21 speeds. If Mom and Dad like to ride on or off road,
a multiple speed bike like these will allow the younger riders to keep up much easier than on a single speed.
- Smaller frames then ever before allow youth to ride with the big boys (and
girls). Extra small framed , 26" mountain bikes let the youngster enter into
the adult sized world without losing the safety of having a bike that is
just their size. (frame as small as 12.5") These bikes can also allow
parents to skip a bike size