The Raleigh Jazzi 16 is the perfect 16-inch girl’s bike for kids who are just learning to ride. The Jazzi 16 is lightweight to make getting started easy, yet it’s durable enough to survive the learning process. A pedal brake (also called foot brake or kick back brake) is simple and intuitive to use. With fun colors and stripes, the Jazzi 16 will have her experiencing the thrill of riding a bike in style.
The MXR 16 is the perfect gateway for a kid who is 3-5 years old and preparing for his first “big kid” bike. Made for kids between 39” & 45” tall, the aluminum frame is lightweight to make getting started easy, but durable enough to survive the learning process. Coaster brakes keep it simple and take the confusion out of learning to stop – simply push the pedals backwards and the brake is applied. Training wheels are included for learning balance, but can be removed when your little one is ready to ride without help. Speed inspired colors and graphics will have him racing around the driveway, park or neighborhood in no time
When your little one is ready to graduate from a push bike or training wheels to a big kid bike with pedals and two kinds of brakes, the Raleigh Jazzi 20 is ready to roll. The Jazzi 20 is a 20 inch bike made with a step through frame for easy on and off. Its bright, fun colors are sure to spark excitement. The Jazzi 20 is a single speed (no shifting required) to keep it simple so they can focus on riding. A padded seat and soft grips provide comfort, while 2.1 inch tires add stability. The painted chainguard keeps pants from getting caught up. Get kids jazzed for bike riding on the Jazzi 20.
When your little guy is ready to graduate from the push bike or training wheels to a big boy bike with pedals and two kinds of brakes, the MXR 20 is a great pick. Designed for boys ages 4-8 years old between 3’8”-4’4” in height, the MXR 20 is made with a lightweight aluminum frame with low stand over height for easy on and off, and it’s cool BMX-inspired style is sure to get him pumped for riding. Designed to help young riders learn to stop smoothly and effectively, the MXR 20 gives him two ways to stop: 1) coaster brakes (what he may be used to if she had a bike with training wheels previously), and 2) v-brakes or hand brakes (for him to practice stopping like mommy and daddy). The MXR 20 is a single speed (no shifting required) to keep it simple while he learns to master those brakes. A padded seat and soft grips keep him comfy while wide tires give him stability. The handy chain guard keeps his pants from getting caught up. Get him psyched for the bike on the MXR 20.
She’s still growing and so can the length of her bike rides. The 7 speeds open up the possibilities for longer journeys. Wider tires provide better traction and stability, and a low stand-over height makes for easy on and off the bike. This lightweight yet durable aluminum girl’s road bike is easy to lift up stairs and onto bike racks. The Lily 20 features flat bars, signature Raleigh design and quality Shimano parts making this bike a great value.
When the pavement has been mastered, the Rowdy 20 is the perfect beginner trail bike to take your 4-9 year-old on his next adventure. Featuring a lightweight aluminum frame made to fit boys 44”-54” in height, the Rowdy 20 is the perfect bike to start exploring beyond the sidewalk. Shimano twist shifters fly through 6 speeds with just the flick of the wrist allowing him to experience shifting without adding in too many gears. Mountain bike styling in a shrunken version will have him high tailing it through mud puddles with a big grin, while wide tires give him enough traction to keep going. The Raleigh JR Mountain saddle and JR grips may look like those found on an adult bike, but they are designed to fit the proportions of a growing boy. Whether he is looking for a slick ride to take to school, ride around the neighborhood, explore the local dirt trails, or simply race up and down the sidewalk, the Rowdy 20 will deliver.
The Lily 24 is the perfect first mountain bike for the young rider who has mastered cycling on pavement. Equipped with 7-speeds for a wide range of gear selections the Lily in its frozen blue frame color – will inspire adventure to let it all go.
Is your bike riding boy ready to get Rowdy? The Rowdy 24 takes adventures around the neighborhood, easy dirt trails, and muddy puddles in stride, and then begs for more. When your not so “little man” outgrows his 20” ride the Rowdy 24 is the best way to keep his joy for riding alive. Designed for boys 9-12 years old or 53”-62” in height, the lightweight and durable aluminum frame will keep him zipping around with a huge grin. He has 7 speeds to control with a twist shifter to help him practice finding the right gear for the right situation. The Raleigh Jr. Mountain saddle and Jr. grips may look like those found on an adult bike, but they are designed to fit the proportions of a growing boy. Whether he is looking for a slick ride to take to school, ride around the neighborhood, explore the local dirt trails, or simply race up and down the sidewalk, the Rowdy 24 will deliver.
At home on dirt, gravel, and pavement, the Talus 1 keeps the adventure going when it's time to explore the path less travelled. To give you the ideal balance of stability and easy handling, the Talus features Progressive Wheel Sizing, using the wheel size that best matches the rider size. A 100mm travel fork and grippy 2.25-inch wide knobby tires help you easily roll over bumps and potholes with confidence. With 21 gear combinations at your fingertips, you’ll always find a comfortable pedaling pace, and Tektro V-brakes will keep your speed under control. Built-in eyelets allow you to mount a rear rack and fenders so you can also use the Talus as a commuter bike or city bike.
Do you say “rowt” or “root”? Either way, you’re right. And likewise, whichever way you go on the Route 1, you’re on the right track. This dual-sport hybrid bike is built on a sturdy aluminum frame. It’s also equipped with an 80mm travel suspension fork and disc brakes for added traction and control whether you’re spinning around on pavement or exploring unpaved paths and light trails. With three gears up front and seven in the back, you’ll have plenty of options to get up and down the hills. Mechanical disc brakes offer good control in wet and dry conditions. Whatever you’re in the mood for — fun, fitness, getting around town or off the beaten path, the Route 1 is game.
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