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20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)

Jamis Laser 20
$259.99
TOP FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW Our lightweight & durable aluminum Laser frame is easier to pedal than steel. The 20” Laser actually offers two types of brakes: a standard rear coaster brake, which most youngsters are familiar with, and a rear V-brake which many are not. Having the rear coaster brake as a back-up, allows youngsters to get used to hand-braking without going cold-turkey on the coaster brake they are comfortable with. Our alloy rims are anodized black to provide even greater corrosion and rust resistance than the alloy already possesses. Before wheels are laced and trued, the rim sidewalls are ground to provide a smooth braking surface for the rear V-brake. We build the Laser 2.0 wheels with 36 spokes in a 3-cross lacing pattern for a strong & durable wheel. Then mount knobby BMX tires that bite in the dirt, but also feature a rounded profile that rolls smoothly on neighborhood streets & driveways. Every Laser 2.0 offers a kickstand for parking that pride & joy up securely, and a safety bell to announce that the Laser has arrived.
Jamis Starlite
$259.99
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.
Linus Lil' Roadster (20-inch)
The Linus Lil' Roadster is a bike any kid would be proud of. The thin-tubed steel frame has tons of retro cool and a comfortable fit. Sturdy aluminum rims, fast, grippy tires, and a simple coaster brake make this bike ideal for exploring neighborhood parks right by your side. And, it comes with great-looking painted metal fenders and chainguard to help keep clothes clean, as well as its own bell!
Kona Honzo 20
Imagine being a little kid again and riding bikes with your parents or older siblings. Everything they did made an impression. Their style, their bikes. The Honzo 20 brings the magic of a hardtail to the youngest riders. With a Shimano 1x drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, tan-walled tires, and an air-sprung suspension fork, the Honzo 20 is one ripping little machine!
Kona Makena
When you’re a kid, riding a bike is the ultimate form of freedom. The Makena is the perfect starter bike for your little cyclist. An updated frame features 20" wheels with chubby 2.6" tires for excellent traction, Samox Cranks with a 28-tooth chainring, and a low standover that make it friendly for the littles, while a 1x drivetrain allows for single-handed shifting and make it an awesome first "real" bike.
Kona Shred 20
Jump on and ride. The unmistakable Kona feel flows all the way down to the 20-inch wheeled kids bike. The Shred 20 has an easy-to-use single ring drivetrain, a Spinner Grind Air fork that can be adjusted to perform well for riders of all sizes, and hydraulic brakes for confidence in all conditions.
Jamis Taxi 20-inch
Jamis’ Taxi bikes are designed to be low maintenance and built for comfort, but with the durability to be ridden every day for years on end. They’re built specifically for the rigors of the resort rental-bike world, with rugged wheels, durable adjustment points, and corrosion-resistant parts throughout. Your little one is going to be hard on a bike, but the Taxi 20" is more than ready for the challenge.
Jamis XR20
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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