20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)
Lightweight and trail-ready, this little dirt shredder has a wide range of gears to tackle hills and a durable build that will keep up with their adventures. Built with a lightweight aluminum frame, plenty of stand-over clearance, and easy-to-use gears, this is the rigid version (no front suspension) of the XtC Jr. family. With 20-inch wheels and smooth-rolling tires that can handle the trail, it's a fun and stable way to get started on the trail. Lightweight frame ALUXX-grade aluminum frame provides a lightweight, purpose-built chassis for aspiring young off-road riders. Confidence and control Size-specific wheels give young riders the performance they need for true off-road riding. Kid-friendly features Youth-specific performance components help young riders improve their off-road skills.
Lightweight and easy to maneuver, Enchant puts her on a path to adventure. Safe Liv’s purpose-driven design gives her a comfortable frame geometry with low stand-over height for easy maneuvering and reliable hand brakes for a safely slow and stop. Comfort and Control A comfortable, lightweight ALUXX-Grade aluminum frame design with an upright riding position and twist shifters inspire girls to learn to mountain bike. Why We Love It Enchant is designed to be light, agile, and easy to maneuver on the dirt. Fast-rolling 20-inch wheels and trail-ready tires make Enchant a fun, stable bike to help her build confidence and skills. Hand brakes provide powerful stopping power, and with easy-to-use twist shifters, she’ll feel excited and secure as she tackles new terrain. Enchant inspires girls to take their wheels to the dirt with fun, colorful style in a lightweight package. Young ones are delighted to hop on, thanks to friendly geometry, low stand-over height, and stability that reinforce a positive learning environment.
Why should lightweight performance be limited to adult bikes? This sleek little aluminum flyer is the lightest in its category, and it’s designed with stable geometry that makes it easy for young riders to get going. Most youth bikes are constructed with heavier frames and materials, but we designed the ARX to be lighter, quicker, and more fun for young riders. Fact is, smaller riders can benefit even more from a lighter bike. With its ALUXX aluminum frame and fork, ARX is the lightest bike in its category—which makes it more fun to ride. The frame features a lower center of gravity for added stability. It comes in three different wheel size choices for different heights, and has versatile tires that can handle rough roads, paths and even some dirt. The frame is fitted with lightweight components that are sized specifically for young riders, including cranksets and cockpit components for various wheel options (16, 20 or 24). KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Lightweight High-quality ALUXX aluminum construction delivers exceptional frame performance with lightest weight in its category. Youth-specific features Lightweight components for enhanced control and safe, ergonomic positioning and fit. Versatility Comes with tires that can be ridden on roads, gravel or dirt.
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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