16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)
Kids move fast, and grow faster. At times, it can seem like there's a small window for the perfect bike fit. The right bike for a young rider is a delicate balance between too small, too big, and a short-lived just right. If we're going to inspire the next generation of riders, we need to keep kids comfortably riding longer. The Jett is designed so that you'll never fear the growth spurts. We did our homework to understand how kids grow—spoiler alert, kids' arms and legs grow more rapidly than their torso. We took to the books and designed a bike with child-specific touch points that withstand the development of young riders. The Jett is uniquely adjustable, perfectly proportional, and child-liftable, you'll always be set to Jett. The Jett Single Speed features an adjustable handlebar that allows kids to fine tune reach as their arms grow. The narrower saddle and grips were informed by a Retul study on kids to be the appropriately size, with handbrakes on both the 16-inch and 20-inch. And what's more, we designed the frame and reviewed every component to make the Jett one of the lightest bikes on the market. You're going to have to beg them to get off this bike. - We designed the Jett Single Speed to be uniquely adjustable with longer seatposts and adjustable handlebars so kids can dial-in the perfect riding position as they grow. - Every detail of the Jett Single Speed, including the 130mm Bridge saddle, narrower-diameter grips, and short-reach, tool-less adjustable brake levers, was informed by Retul data from a kids' research group to be perfectly proportional for young riders. - A lightweight bike is simply more fun and the Jett Single Speed's all-new A1 aluminum frame, alloy fork, Pathfinder tires, and single-speed drivetrain make it one of the lightest kids' bikes on the market.
$295.00 - $350.00
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.
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.
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, training wheels, 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 16-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. Removable training wheels let her progress when the time is right. Accessorized with a basket to carry her favorite toy and complete with a bell that lets everyone know she's on the move.
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