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Specialized Riprock 20
$579.00 - $579.99
Traction, control, confidence, and fun—the Riprock 20 is the perfect bike for your kid to start hitting the trails. While there are many notable features that make the Riprock awesome, it's the 2.8-inch tires that provide the high degree of, well, shred-ability—delivering exceptional traction, control, and confidence for riding rough, off-road sections and city streets alike. And when you combine the big tires with sturdy 20-inch wheels, mechanical disc brakes, and seven-speed shifting, you have the perfect mountain bike to get your little Ripper out on the path to a lifetime of fun rides. - 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. - Custom SR Suntour XCT fork features a sturdy construction and a coil spring that delivers 60mm of bump-absorbing travel. - The 2.8-inch Big Roller tires not only ensure exceptional traction, but also offer greater ride quality, stability, and loads of fun.
Specialized Boy's Hotrock 20 (6-Speed)
$499.00
Someone has to have the coolest bike on the block; it might as well be your budding cycling superstar. Specialized's Boy's Hotrock 20 boasts a super-strong aluminum frame built to handle all the bumps and jumps junior can dish out and a cool suspension fork sure to draw admiring glances and provide hours of fun. Other noteworthy goodies include a Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with an easy-to-use twist shifter, grippy linear-pull brakes with levers made for small hands and a chainguide that keeps the chain in place.
Linus Lil' Roadster (20-inch)
$299.99
The Linus Lil' Roadster is a bike any kid would be proud of. The thin-tubed steel frame has tons of retro cool and a comfortable fit. Sturdy aluminum rims, fast, grippy tires, and a simple coaster brake make this bike ideal for exploring neighborhood parks right by your side. And, it comes with great-looking painted metal fenders and chainguard to help keep clothes clean, as well as its own bell!
Specialized Riprock Coaster 20
$359.00
Traction, control, confidence, and fun—the Riprock 20 Coaster is the perfect bike for your kid to start hitting the trails with. And with the simple coaster brake design, safety and fun aren't mutually exclusive anymore. - 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. - 20x2.3" Rhythm Lite tires deliver tons of traction, comfort, stability, and fun over all types of terrain.
Specialized Girl's Hotrock 20 Coaster
$389.99
Specialized's Girl's Hotrock 20 Coaster is an easy way for little kids to step up to big-time fun. It features an aluminum frame built to withstand the rigors of childhood bike riding and a rear hand brake to get her ready for bigger bikes down the road, while the coaster brake provides a familiar backup to facilitate the learning process. Plus, the Hotrock comes with fat, knobby tires for serious traction on all types of terrain, too.
Specialized Boy's Hotrock 20 Street (6-Speed)
$499.99
Hook up your little rider with Specialized's Hotrock 20 Street and watch 'em go. It boasts a super-strong aluminum frame and fork built to handle all the bumps and jumps junior can dish out, while a Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with an easy-to-use twist shifter helps your little guy keep up with you on rides. Other noteworthy goodies include fast-rolling, flat-resistant tires, grippy linear-pull brakes with levers made for small hands, and a chain guide to keep the chain in place.
Liv Enchant 20
$399.00
Lightweight and easy to maneuver, Enchant puts her on a path to adventure. Enchant inspires girls to play in the dirt and mountain bike with fun, colorful style in a lightweight package. Young ones are delighted to hop on, thanks to friendly geometry, low standover height and stability that reinforce a positive learning environment. Complete with a kickstand for fast parking and bell that lets everyone know she’s on the move.
Specialized Girl's Hotrock 20 (6-Speed)
$499.99
Someone has to have the coolest bike on the block, it might as well be your little cycling superstar. Specialized's Girl's Hotrock 20 boasts a super-strong aluminum frame built to handle all the bumps and jumps she can dish out and a cool suspension fork sure to draw admiring glances and provide hours of fun. Other noteworthy goodies include a Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with an easy-to-use twist shifter, grippy linear-pull brakes with levers made for small hands and a chainguide that keeps the chain in place.
Giant XTC Jr 20
$389.00
Big-time off-road features in a mini package. With front suspension and disc brakes, they're ready for the trail. Designed to get young riders pumped on riding trails, XTC Jr. 20 and 24 are just the right size and have all the right features. With a lightweight aluminum frame, front suspension, fast-rolling 20-inch wheels and trail-ready tires, this mini mountain bike is up for adventure. - Lightweight and durable ALUXX-grade butted aluminum frame - 50mm-travel suspension fork with lockout - Shimano 3x7-speed drivetrain with mechanical rim brakes - 20-inch alloy rims laced to alloy hubs with stainless spokes, wrapped in Giant Junior Lite Sport tires - Bell and kickstand included
Specialized Girl's Hotrock 20 Street (6-Speed)
$499.99
Hook up your little rider with Specialized's Hotrock 20 Street and watch 'em go. It boasts a super-strong aluminum frame and fork built to handle all the bumps and jumps she can dish out, while a Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with an easy-to-use twist shifter helps your little girl keep up with you on rides. Other noteworthy goodies include Specialized's fast-rolling, flat-resistant tires, grippy linear-pull brakes with levers made for small hands and a chainguide that keeps the chain in place.
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