24-Inch (7+ yr. old)
Key features - Mountain bike styling is perfect for young adventurers - Lightweight, durable aluminum frame - Adjustable crank length lets you change pedal position - Simple Shimano 7-speed shifting
The Beasley kids model is made of 6000 series alloy in a low frame stand-over height. The Beasley 24 features a no-nonsense rigid 6000 series alloy fork, and a 7-speed 1x drivetrain with a Shimano Revo Shifter for versatility and simplicity. The Pivit alloy cassette hubs set is laced to sturdy alloy double wall rims and equipped with Kenda Kruiser 24x2.125" wide tires. A mechanical disc brake set with 160mm rotors has the power to bring the ride to a screeching halt when needed. Stunning good looks, endless versatility, and no shortage of fun. - Haro Beasley 24" 6000 series alloy frame - Rigid 24" 6000 Series alloy fork - Alloy crankset, w/ 34T Narrow-Wide chainring - Shimano Tourney TY-300 rear derailleur - Shimano Tourney 7-spd Revo shifter - Shimano HG-200 7-spd 12-32T cassette - 24" alloy DW rims w/ Pivit alloy cassette 32h hubs - Kenda Kruiser 24x2.125" tires - Alloy disc brake sets w/ 160mm rotors
Sun's 24-inch Boardwalk cruiser boasts a sweet upright riding position, a plush seat, and wide handlebars to make every ride as comfortable and carefree as possible. With an aluminum frame and wheelset, this simple, low-maintenance one-speed is built for everyday fun around town.
The Cujo 24 is built to take your growing child to the next level of mountain bike action. 24-inch wheels and a lightweight aluminum frame are proportioned for happy riding, while 8 speeds let them tackle the hills and flats with you. A twist shifter and disc brakes ensure easy shifting and confident stopping power, too.
This is the real deal. Like your little ripper, the Scout 24-inch can’t wait to ride. Agile trail geometry means you may soon see this bike only from the rear. It’s perfect for developing trail skills. The Scout is dialed so kids can whip this bike around and have it handle well under the most aggressive riding.
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