16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)
With our Riprock Coaster 16, riding gets boiled down to its simplest element—fun. And to make sure of it, we designed the bike with tons of cool features that are easy for your little ones to use, like a coaster brake for simple stopping, wide 16x2.3" tires that increase stability and confidence, and tough components that will stand up to years of abuse. It's the perfect bike for your little ripper to start getting out on the trail with—we just wish that we had one when we were kids. - The A1 premium aluminum frame is lightweight and built to withstand the tough use by kids, while the geometry features an ultra-low standover that makes it easy for your little ones to fit on and grow with the bike. - Steel coaster brake is a reliable, easy to use brake perfect for safe stops and awesome skids. - 16x2.3" Rhythm Lite tires deliver tons of traction, comfort, stability, and fun over all types of terrain
PEDALING HER FIRST TWO-WHEELER IS ONE OF LIFE’S GREAT EXPERIENCES, AND THE COLORFUL ADORE MAKES IT EASY. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Lightweight ALUXX-Grade Aluminum frame material and innovative fork design come together to keep her bike light and easy to pedal. Intuitive Singlespeed drivetrain and smaller grips keep it easy for her to learn and feel comfortable behind the wheel. Safe Easy balance tires, training wheels and a low stand-over height allow for safe maneuvering.
NOTHING BEATS THE FEELING OF YOUR FIRST PEDAL BIKE. THIS TWO-WHEELER COMES WITH REMOVABLE TRAINING WHEELS AND MAKES IT EASY FOR KIDS TO FALL IN LOVE WITH CYCLING. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Built for kids Short crank length and narrow Q-factor make Animator easy to pedal, and a lightweight aluminum frame allows small children to have more control. Kid-friendly features Short-reach brake levers, lower stand-over height, protective stem pad and removable training wheels make it fun and safe for kids learning to ride a pedal bike. Durable ALUXX aluminum frame material provides long-lasting reliability, backed by a lifetime warranty on the frame.
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