Durable aluminum alloy construction. Comes with a decent front shock fork for absorbing minor bumps and dips in the road or trail surface. Different frame and wheel sizes make it easy to find the right fit.
More expensive than most kid and teenager cycling options.
24" wheels offer plenty of maneuverability and performance on hard and loose surfaces. Gears are easy to shift when pedaling under load or going uphill. Most of the parts are replaceable or upgradable.
Bike lacks durable drivetrain parts and may require replacing after some heavy riding.
Durable frame can withstand heavy impacts common on trail adventures. Disc brakes and low gearing make this bike more controllable off-road Saddle and handlebars are extremely comfortable for longer rides.
Weight of the bike frame makes it less suitable for city riding or road racing.
Standard frame design offers the most durability. Multi-speed gears offer a good range of coverage, especially in the lower end for hills. Shifting is smooth and almost instantaneous with the proper set up.
More advanced bike parts often require more set up and maintenance than some basic child bikes.
The bike frame features a dipped top tube that makes it easy to mount or dismount the bike. The includes tires are good on many hard and loose surface conditions. Good range of gears for climbing.
Size of frame and lack of alternative sizes make the bike less suitable for younger children.
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