Giant's Motr 20 is a force to be reckoned with. This little shredder is ready for the streets, trails, and anywhere else your kid can motor along. With a lightweight aluminum frame, sick moto-style steel fork, adjustable-reach hand brake and rear coaster brake, this ripper is ready. Of course, it's got shin-friendly plastic pedals and comes with a kickstand and bell, too!
Get your little ripper the Free Agent's Volo, a bike that's as rad as they are. Perfect for riders not ready for a full-size 20-incher, they'll love the tough steel frame with a short top tube that gives them plenty of maneuverability for learning tricks and looking cool. Stout 18-inch Weinmann rims and 3-piece chromoly cranks continue the pint-sized BMX theme, while the ProMax brake and Kenda tires provide confidence-inspiring control. Now is the time to start coming to grips with the fact that your tyke will be a better freestyler than you.
With a burly full-chromoly frame and tapered fork, the Lodus takes on the gnarliest tricks the Free Agent pro team throws down on the street and trails. This frame sports a Mid BB, removable brake posts and cable stops, integrated head tube and fat 6mm dropouts. Its serious component spec and freestyle geometry takes your riding to the next level. Stout, 36-hole Alienation wheels shrug off most cased landings and blown jumps, while fat, sticky Kenda tires give you miles of grip. The stiff 3-piece chromoly cranks and micro gearing sprint from hit to hit, plastic pedals grind for days, and the Tektro U-brake is there to help you scrub speed so you always hit the transition.
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