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16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)

Cannondale Kids Trail Single-Speed 16-inch
$280.00
Get your little riders rolling free and loving life on these high-performance, Kid-Correct bikes. With its durable alloy construction, the Trail 16-inch will withstand plenty of tough use as kids improve their skills. Lightweight alloy bars and kid's comfort grips ensure they'll ride comfortably, the single-speed drivetrain and rear coaster brake are easy to operate, and the tool-free and optional training wheels help new riders get used to balancing a bike.
Cleary Hedgehog 16-inch 1 Speed
$400.00
Meet the Hedgehog. This 16-inch kid's bike unlocks a whole new world to preschoolers. The lightweight, durable frame of this little rig is paired with modern geometry and a medium gear ratio, equally adept at climbing and winding it up on the way down. The Hedgehog is confidence inspiring—you'll watch your child progress quickly, easily rolling over obstacles that once seemed all-too-daunting. This bike features hand brakes, just like an adult bicycle, but sized perfectly for little hands. The package comes together in kid-loved and parent-approved colors. Cleary recommends measuring your child's inseam and referencing their size chart to ensure the best fit. 
GT Grunge 16
$275.00
At this size, what your little ripper needs is a lightweight bike made with an aluminum frame, with super-easy handling, all the fun and no fuss—the all-terrain 16" tires roll smooth, the simple single-speed keeps it durable, and the numberplate is for the budding 'crosser ready to go blast around the local neighborhood. - Improved Geometry bikes with the LegitFit system feature geometry adjustments to improve ergonomics for youth statures. The result: Increased stability, comfort and confidence for a wider range of riders. - Easier Pedaling bikes with the LegitFit system have their pedal positions moved slightly forward. The result: Makes it easier to pedal. - Better Positioning bikes with the LegitFit system have narrower crank and pedal positions that match the width of a child’s hips. The result: A stronger, more natural pedal stroke.
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