20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)
Get your little riders rolling free and loving life on these high-performance, Kid-Correct bikes. With its durable alloy construction, the Trail 20-inch will withstand plenty of tough use as kids improve their skills. Lightweight alloy bars and kid's comfort grips ensure they'll ride comfortably, while the single-speed drivetrain and rear coaster brake are easy to operate.
Kids have everything they need for improving their off-road riding game with Cannondale's Trail 20-inch. A suspension fork smooths out rough terrain, and the twist shift-operated 7-speed Shimano drivetrain is easy to use and get kids used to riding geared bikes. A set of front and rear Promax V-brakes provides skid-level stopping power, plus the lightweight alloy frame is plenty durable for withstanding rowdy rides.
Start 'em off right. The traction and comfort of its big plus-size tires and its light, agile feel make the Cujo 20+ the best way to learn trail riding skills with fewer spills. Highlights - Light, durable SmartForm C3 Alloy frame and fork - Shimano 7-speed Revo Twist Shifter w/ powerful disc brakes - Kid's Plus-Size Wheels and Tires (20x2.6")
Her first two-wheeler and one of life’s great experiences, the colorful Adore makes it easy. Lightweight ALUXX-Grade aluminum frame material and innovative fork design come together to keep her ride light and easy. Intuitive Singlespeed drivetrain and smaller grip design keep it easy for her to learn and feel comfortable behind the wheel. Safe Easy balance tires and a low stand-over height allow for safe maneuvering. Why We Love It A lightweight aluminum frame with a low stand-over height, plus 20-inch wheels, will make your young girl’s first bike experience comfortable and confidence inspiring. Colorful paint will catch the attention of the little lady in your life at first glance. Adore is designed for safety, stability, and comfortable pedaling. This bike is fitted with an easy to use single-speed drivetrain and mini-rider settings. A protective chainguard keeps clothing and fingers out of harm’s way. Complete with a bell that lets everyone know she’s on the move.
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