Remember when riding bikes was all about having fun? So does Specialized. For the Riprock, they strove to create the bike that any of us would have drooled over as a kid. An A1 Premium Aluminum frame is lightweight and built to withstand the tough use doled out by kids, while the geometry features an ultra-low standover that makes it easy for your little ones to fit on the bike. A Custom SR Suntour XCT fork featuring 70mm of travel smooths the trail for confidence-inspiring rides. Watch them fly up hills with the Shimano 8-speed drivetrain and stay safe on the way back down thanks to the Tektro Aries disc brakes, which are easy for little hands to reach and deliver ample stopping power. Ultra-wide tires wrapped around zippy 24-inch aluminum wheels deliver heaps of traction, comfort, and stability, and ensure that the Riprock is approved for fun anywhere it goes.
Cross is a family affair. Raleigh's RX 24 features a lightweight aluminum 24-inch frame with post mount disc brakes. SRAM's Apex 1 x 10-speed drivetrain with adjustable reach levers is perfect for small hands and Promax mechanical disc brakes keep your little speed demon crushing the course with ultimate control.
Whether you’re searching for a junior’s cyclocross thoroughbred or a fun, go-anywhere bike for your young explorer, Redline's Conquest 24 is up to the challenge. It boasts a lightweight aluminum frame and fork for excellent responsiveness and a lively ride. The 24-inch wheels with Odyssey tires roll quickly and grip well, while the 16-speed Shimano drivetrain lets your child fly up hills. And, it comes with powerful Promax Mini linear-pull brakes and a host of Redline's reliable components.
A bike they can grow with—Diamondback's Line 24 is a junior version of their do-anything hardtail. Equipped to handle the abuse of real mountain bike trails and the bumps and bruises that come from daily use around the neighborhood. It’s made from the same 6061 aluminum alloy as their full-size bikes so it’s practically indestructible. An SR Suntour fork performs like the big guys’ bikes, giving your ripper-to-be 80mm of front suspension travel. The 24-inch wheels are stiff, stable, and shod with aggressive 2.35-inch wide Kenda tires: perfect for tearing up the woods. Powerful Tektro Aries disc brakes and a wide-range SRAM 1×8-speed drivetrain are real performance features, reinforcing that the Line 24 is a legit mountain bike—only smaller.
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