24-Inch (7+ yr. old)
Timberjack's 24 is Salsa's plus-sized 3-inch-tire kids’ mountain bike. It's designed to encourage rides that will make young explorers into lifelong ones. This bike will be there on family camp adventures and solo missions in the nearby woods, fostering independence all the way. Timberjack 24 SUS features a Suntour XCM fork with a suspension to help handle the bumps and obstacles of the trail. The bike’s 3-inch wide tires provide stability and traction on rough surfaces.
KHS's Syntaur is a fully capable bike for the trails, parks, and paths of the world, just sized down a bit for budding riders. Its lightweight aluminum frame lets them keep up on every ride, and the 21-speed drivetrain shifts easily and makes climbing a breeze. The low top tube gives them easy mounts and dismounts, while the light, 24-inch aluminum wheels roll quickly for easy pedaling.
Why should lightweight performance be limited to adult bikes? This sleek little aluminum flyer is the lightest in its category, and it’s designed with stable geometry that makes it easy for young riders to get going. Most youth bikes are constructed with heavier frames and materials, but we designed the all-new ARX to be lighter, quicker, and more fun for young riders. Fact is, smaller riders can benefit even more from a lighter bike. With its ALUXX aluminum frame and fork, ARX is the lightest bike in its category—which makes it more fun to ride. The frame features a lower bottom bracket for a lower center of gravity and added stability. It has versatile tires that can handle rough roads, paths and even some dirt. The frame is fitted with lightweight components that are sized specifically for young riders, including cranksets and cockpit components perfectly sized for the 24-inch wheel option.
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