20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)
Your early grade schooler will love the Owl. It accelerates and stops fast! 1 speed, internal brake cable routing and rigid fork make Owls lightweight, sleek, tough-as-nails machines. Kids start to bike-pack with the Owl. 20” tires offer clearance for bigger stair drops, wider jumps and bigger adventures. The ride to elementary school just got real. - Best fit for riders with an inseam of 19" to 23" - Grips, riser handlebars and brake levers designed for small hands - Owl arrives 90% assembled. You install the pedals, seat post, handlebars and front whee - Water Bottle cage mounts on down tube - 5mm Allen skewer on front and rear wheels
LIGHTWEIGHT AND EASY TO MANEUVER, ENCHANT PUTS HER ON A PATH TO ADVENTURE. Designed to be light, agile, and easy to maneuver off-road. Fast-rolling 20- or 24-inch wheels and trail-ready tires make Enchant a fun, stable bike to help her build confidence and skills. Front and rear hand brakes that provide powerful stopping power. With its easy-to-use twist shifters, she’ll feel excited and secure as she tackles new terrain. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Safe - Liv’s Purpose Driven Design gives her a comfortable frame geometry with low stand-over height for easy maneuvering and reliable hand brakes safely slow and stop. Empowering - A 50 mm front suspension fork on select models and off-road tires create traction and smooth out bumps so she can build confidence. Comfort and Control - A comfortable, lightweight ALUXX frame design with an upright riding position and twist shifters inspire girls to learn to mountain bike.
Her first two-wheeler. One of life’s great experiences, the colorful adore makes it easy. A lightweight aluminum frame with a low stand-over height, 20-inch wheels, coaster brakes and fun colors make Adore the perfect riding companion for the driveway and beyond. This bike is fitted with an easy to use single-speed drive train and mini-rider settings. Designed for safety, stability, and comfortable pedaling. Complete with a bell that lets everyone know she’s on the move.
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