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Giant Animator 12
$259.99
THE CYCLING LIFE STARTS HERE. ANIMATOR MAKES IT EASY TO GET ROLLING, AND IT’S BUILT TOUGH FOR NEIGHBORHOOD ADVENTURES.
Trek Precaliber 12
$369.99
Precaliber 12 is the perfect first bike for little riders who are ahead of the curve and ready for two wheels at a younger age than most. It has a handle built into the saddle so you can guide them as they ride, and tool-free training wheels that are super easy to install and remove. It's a great fit for kids ages 3-4, between 36-40-inches tall. It's right for you if... Your kid may be young and small, but they're ready to ride! You want to make their first real bike experience a great one with a bike that's comfortable, durable, and fun. The tech you get This toddler-friendly bike has a handle integrated right into the saddle so you can help guide your child while they ride, plus a coaster brake and tool-less training wheels that can be installed and removed at the turn of a dial. Plus, the lightweight aluminum frame is easy for your little one to maneuver. The final word You want to make sure your child's first bike is comfortable, durable, and fun. Each of our bikes, all the way down to the smallest size, is built to our highest standards, so you can feel confident when you choose Trek for your family. Why you'll love it - This bike is a memory-maker: seeing your child ride their bike for the first time is something you'll never forget - This bike is hand-me-down heaven: it's built to last, so younger siblings can inherit this bike and it'll still feel like new - You shouldn't buy your kid's bike where you buy your cereal—Unlike big box brands, Trek kids' bikes are assembled by people who know bikes - Like all Precaliber bikes, the frame is lower so it's easier for kids to stand over and hop on and off
Trek Precaliber 12
$369.99
Precaliber 12 is the perfect first bike for little riders who are ahead of the curve and ready for two wheels at a younger age than most. It has a handle built into the saddle so you can guide them as they ride, and tool-free training wheels that are super easy to install and remove. It's a great fit for kids ages 3-4, between 36-40-inches tall. It's right for you if... Your kid may be young and small, but they're ready to ride! You want to make their first real bike experience a great one with a bike that's comfortable, durable, and fun. The tech you get This toddler-friendly bike has a handle integrated right into the saddle so you can help guide your child while they ride, plus a coaster brake and tool-less training wheels that can be installed and removed at the turn of a dial. Plus, the lightweight aluminum frame is easy for your little one to maneuver. The final word You want to make sure your child's first bike is comfortable, durable, and fun. Each of our bikes, all the way down to the smallest size, is built to our highest standards, so you can feel confident when you choose Trek for your family. Why you'll love it - This bike is a memory-maker: seeing your child ride their bike for the first time is something you'll never forget - This bike is hand-me-down heaven: it's built to last, so younger siblings can inherit this bike and it'll still feel like new - You shouldn't buy your kid's bike where you buy your cereal—Unlike big box brands, Trek kids' bikes are assembled by people who know bikes - Like all Precaliber bikes, the frame is lower so it's easier for kids to stand over and hop on and off
Cleary Gecko 12
$379.99
Is your child just learning to ride? The Gecko might be just the ticket for them. Start them off with a lower seat height and their legs at about 75% at the bottom of their pedal stroke, handlebars set so their arms are slightly bent and their weight evenly distributed between their feet, bottom and hands. As they get more confident on the bike, you can raise the saddle so they touch the ground with the balls of their feet rather than flat-footed. This riding position offers the child leverage to climb hills. By having their hands at about the level of their saddle, they can maintain weight over the front wheel. This means they can pedal as hard as they want and the front wheel will stay straight instead of wobbling to either side. If the childs hands were higher relative to their saddle, like many other children's bikes, their weight would slide too far back on climbs, unweighting the front wheel and rendering the bike unsteady and difficult to control. Try to pedal a cruiser bike up a hill and you’ll experience this. The Gecko ships with a 220mm seat post because it enables the saddle to be raised several inches as your child grows. First time riders feel safest with their bottom on the saddle and their feet flat on the ground. That's how a child with a 15" inseam will fit the Gecko with the seat post dropped completely into the seat tube. No short post required! Once kids get more comfortable on two wheels, they'll want to sit on the saddle with the balls of their feet on the ground. Thus, a confident rider with a 15" inseam and a first-time rider with a 17" inseam may both feel comfortable with the same set-up.
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