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20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)

Fuji Dynamite 20
$279.99
Designed for young boys and girls looking to start exploring trails, parks and dirt lots and for parents introducing their children to the world of mountain biking, the Dynamite is the gateway bike. And family outings are most successful when everybody is on the same page equipment-wise. The Dynamite is a real bike that can grow with kids as they fall in love with riding. - A1 aluminum frame is lightweight and durable. - Disc or linear-pull brakes for increased stopping power. - Top tube design provides greater standover, allowing for easy-on and easy-off and ample room for growing young riders. - Short-reach brake levers enable kids to safely and comfortably control braking. - Suspension fork smooths out the bumps. - Shimano drivetrain provides reliable, smooth shifting with a wide gearing range to climb hills or go fast on flats.
Specialized Hotrock 20
$369.99
Your little tike might love to ride, but given that they're still growing like a weed, the big-kid-trail-shredder bike can probably wait a few years. That's why Specialized made their Hotrock 20 with plenty of gear range to tackle the neighborhood hills, and enough front end travel to ride beginner's trails confidently. Of course, it also features a lightweight, yet durable, 20-inch A1 Premium Aluminum frame that's designed to take a hit while they find their legs on the pump track. Chatter and bumps, meanwhile, are handled by the coil-sprung SR Suntour fork's 50mm of travel. Then there are a whole host of other components that are plenty tough enough to stand up to your little ripper, so you can rest assured that you'll be spending more time riding with your kid and less time waiting in line at the repair counter. - Tough, light, and durable, the A1 Premium Aluminum frame is built to stand up to years of tough riding. - SR Suntour suspension fork offers 50mm of coil-sprung travel that smooths out bumpy, rough terrain. - The 7-speed Shimano Tourney shifts smoothly and is tough enough for abuse.
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