Specialized Boy's Hotrock 12 Coaster - 2017

A great first bike, Specialized's Boy’s Hotrock 12 Coaster is a cool way to get kids started. Its lightweight aluminum frame makes pedaling easy and the quality construction ensures you'll be able to hand this tot rod down. Plus, the comfor ...(Read More)

Specialized Boy's Hotrock 12 Coaster
  • Color: Gloss Blue/White/Black
  • Color: Gloss Orange/White/Black
$210.00
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A great first bike, Specialized's Boy’s Hotrock 12 Coaster is a cool way to get kids started. Its lightweight aluminum frame makes pedaling easy and the quality construction ensures you'll be able to hand this tot rod down. Plus, the comfortable saddle, grippy tires, easy-to-use coaster brake and strong steel training wheels make the Hotrock great fun to learn on.

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Gloss Blue/White/Black 00719676140056 B4E0-1106
Gloss Orange/White/Black 00719676139999 B4E0-1706

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5.0

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight  (3)
  • Comfortable  (2)
  • Durable  (2)
  • Easy to learn on 
  • Great frame fit for kid 

Best Uses

  • Biking in gg park 
  • Biking with dad 

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5

Awesome first bike!

By 

from San Francisco

About Me Beginner

Pros

  • Stylish
  • Lightweight
  • Comfortable

Cons

    Best Uses

    Comments:

    I got this bike for my son at Christmas 2014 and he loves it. He is finally ready to move up to 20 inch bike as he is about to turn 7. Training wheels are cinch to take on and off.

     
    5

    Good Bike

    By 

    from houston tx

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Comments:

    All 3 of our kids have learned to ride on this bike. It's been worth every penny. Very durable. If you want to buy a quality bike and will pay a little more for it, it's worth it.

     
    5

    Great First Bike - The Best

    By 

    from San Francisco, CA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Great Frame Fit For Kid
    • Easy To Learn On
    • Durable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Biking In Gg Park
      • Biking With Dad

      Comments:

      We got this for our son as his first bike after much research and LOVED IT. Most of the 3-4 year olds you see riding bikes on YouTube are riding Specialized Hot Rocks. Unlike other kids bikes that are designed with heavy chrome, poor frame fits, and lots of kiddy branding, cartoons, etc., this is a REAL bike designed for the little biker by big bikers. For some reason, most other brands don't put much thought into how to make a bike easy for little kids to ride. You'd think that would come first, but it doesn't. After 18 months on a strider, my son hopped on this bike and was riding around our complex after 20 or 30 minutes. I have the videos on YouTube, and it is CLASSIC. The giggles from the first time he got the hang of it are UNFORGETTABLE. He loved every minute of it until he outgrew it. Now, we're going back for a 16 incher at Mike's. Anyway, my family and I mountain bike a lot, so I did a decent amount of web reading, and most parents said this is the bike to get. I really recommend it.

       
      5

      Great bike!

      By 

      from Houston, TX

      About Me

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Handles Well
      • Durable
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        Comments:

        We got this for my boy's 3rd birthday. He was riding a balance bike before, and he was ready for a step up. I compared this to another brand's 12" bike, which is also very nice, but this one is much lighter yet only a little more expensive. The weight difference alone sold me. It makes a big difference when the kiddos have to pick it up, push it over obstacles, etc. He loves it! We liked enough that we bought another one for my 2 year old, now that we took the training wheels off the first one. It's worth the extra $ - you and your child won't be disappointed!

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