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Batch Bicycles Kopp's Special Batch 20-inch Bicycle
$269.99
For kids, a bike means freedom and fun. And because, like it or not, a bike can sometimes see duties that take it a bit beyond its intended purpose, it needs to be simple and reliable. The Batch Kids Bike is grab-and-go for spontaneous adventures. It features a durable and light aluminum frame, easy-to-steer handlebars, and an adjustable seat. You want to keep your kid’s spirit for biking alive? Give them a bike that can keep up.
Fuji Rookie 20
$299.99
The all-new Rookie Series is designed to provide kids with the correct size to enter the world of cycling. - Durable, lightweight aluminum frame - Easy-to-use coaster brake with additional rear v-brake - 20-inch wheels - Equipped with chainguard, handlebar pad and a kickstand - Aluminum wheels with stainless steel spokes.
Bianchi Duel 20 Boys
$549.99
When your young rider has graduated from their single speed with coaster brakes, they're ready for Bianchi's Duel 20". With its high-quality Bianchi aluminum frame, Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with easy-to-use twist shifter, and linear pull brakes, this bike will allow them to become a confident rider quickly. The 20" alloy rims and knobby tires roll fast over all types of terrain and offer tons of stability and traction. There's also a suspension fork to smooth out their ride and a chain guard to keep pant legs safe.
Bianchi Duel 20 Girls
$549.99
When your young rider has graduated from their single speed with coaster brakes, they're ready for Bianchi's Duel 20". With its high-quality Bianchi aluminum frame, Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with easy-to-use twist shifter, and linear pull brakes, this bike will allow them to become a confident rider quickly. The 20" alloy rims and knobby tires roll fast over all types of terrain and offer tons of stability and traction. There's also a suspension fork to smooth out their ride and a chain guard to keep pant legs safe.
SE Bikes Big Ripper 29
$1,299.99
The PK Ripper was the raddest, baddest and most famous bike during the first BMX boom in the early ‘80s. Fast forward 40 years to today and now it’s the 29” Big Ripper that’s on top during the Big Bike BMX boom. This year’s Big Ripper frame has been redesigned with an American bottom bracket and a seatstay wishbone plate just like the OG PK Ripper. The new 29” x 2.4” SE Bozack tires really set this bike apart from the rest. Whether you are an old school BMX head reliving your youth or a new school #SEBIKESLIFE rider raising it up, the Big Ripper is the bike to have.
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