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16" and 20" Bikes

Jamis Laser 1.6
The Jamis Laser's mini MX-Moto design offers plenty of standover clearance for young riders and a head-turning, two-tone paint finish that will be the talk of the neighborhood. The over-sized blades and leading axle dropout of the Laser fork assure it will be up to the task of getting there and back safely. The Laser's full-length and full ring-wrap chainguard keep clothes and legs cleanly and safely out of the way of the chain. Every 16-inch Laser offers stabilizing training wheels to assist the young rider in learning how to pedal, steer, and balance a bike for the first time. The training wheel support struts attach securely both to the rear hub axle and the frame itself so that the training wheels don’t rotate out of plane with the rear wheel, preventing tips or spills.
Batch Bicycles The Kids 16-inch Bicycle
$199.99
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.
Batch Bicycles The Kid's 20-inch Bicycle
$219.99
For kids, a bike means freedom and fun. And, because, like it or not, a kids 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 biking spirit alive? Give them a bike that can keep up.
Jamis Starlite
$299.99
Every Jamis youth bike uses size-specific items like grips, saddles and cranks that enhance comfort and control by providing the best possible bike fit. We focus on designing frames with low stand-overs to take much of the awkwardness out of getting on board and dismounting after. We trim as much weight as we can with lightweight aluminum frames on many of the youth models and use aluminum parts where possible (the limiting factor here is working within a youth-bike-appropriate price point) to work towards that make-it-as-light-as-possible goal.
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