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Giant Pre-Push First Bike
$200.00
It’s a learner’s bike and so much more. With a new look and an innovative design, the all-new Pre makes learning to ride more fun than ever. The new Pre features a redesigned frame that is not only easier to ride, but is also constructed to give it a more sporty feel for young riders. It features a low step-through design, and now has an oversized stem and bar to give it a fun, action-packed look and feel. Lightweight and durable ALUXX-grade butted aluminum frame Innovative high-strength thermoformed polymer fork provides dramatic weight savings Sleek design makes learning easy Size: 12” wheel
Kink Coast 12
$390.99
The Coast is all about inspiring kids to start riding from an early age. Balance bikes like the Coast help to teach kids balance and coordination instead of relying on training wheels. What's special about the Coast is the way it combines features and geometry for children with that of a BMX bike. The Coast is truly a balance bike designed for kids working their way up to their first BMX bike. Coming in a cool Gloss Pine Green colorway, the Coast is kitted with some great BMX style parts. The 5-inch tall Kink T500 bars, Kink Lance fork, and Mission X7 20-hole rims all adapt BMX components to the right size and dimensions to comfortably fit a child's needs. The ultra-low standover height allows the seat to be dropped even lower for kids to get rolling as soon as possible. Note: Designed for children ages 2 and up. Seat height adjustable from 14.25" – 16.75".
Frog Bikes Tadpole Plus
$415.00
A lightweight balance bike for slightly older children. Suitable for riders aged 3-4 years with a minimum inside leg of 15-inches (38cm). - Lightweight but sturdy frame - Soft handlebar grips - Easy to grip Tektro rear brake with adjustable lever for smaller hands. The brake is mounted above the rear stay to keep it away from the rider's feet. - 14-inch wheels - Quick release seat-post for easy height adjustment - The locking headset means the handlebars have a steering limiter, which is safer for learners
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