20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)
Get your little riders rolling free and loving life on these high performance, Kid-Correct bikes.
The traction and comfort of its big plus-size tires and its light, agile feel make the Cujo 20 the best way to learn trail riding skills with fewer spills. Handlebars, grips, brake levers, saddles and cranks are designed specifically for little cyclists. Lower range gear ratios make it easier to start pedaling, easier to climb hills, and a lot easier on the parent running alongside with the steadying hand. No one does aluminum like Cannondale. These ultralight, durable and beautiful frames provide a ride like no other. Especially with kids’ bikes—the lighter it is, the easier it is to ride. To give our little rippers every advantage over gravity, we complement our beautifully crafted aluminum framesets with premium lightweight alloy components. Our kids' bikes all feature an appropriately narrow, kid-sized distance between the pedals to make riding easier. - SmartForm C3 aluminum frame and fork - Cannondale Disc 20-inch wheels with Kenda Slant 6 tires - 10-speed SRAM X5 components - Promax hydraulic disc brakes
Kids have everything they need for improving their off-road riding game with Cannondale's Trail 20-inch. A suspension fork smooths out rough terrain, and the twist shift-operated 7-speed Shimano drivetrain is easy to use and get kids used to riding geared bikes. A set of front and rear Promax V-brakes provides skid-level stopping power, plus the lightweight alloy frame is plenty durable for withstanding rowdy rides.
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Cannondale's Trail 20 is the perfect bike to get kids outside and having fun riding paved sidewalks, bike paths, and more! A lightweight aluminum frame and strong 20-inch wheels are perfect for keeping up with friends in the neighborhood and the SR Suntour suspension fork smooths out whatever bumps they encounter. Seven hill-flattening gears are controlled by a twist grip shifter that's sized just right for smaller hands, and two hand brakes help them stay in control.
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