24-Inch (7+ yr. old)
Trek’s Precaliber 24 is a true mountain bike perfect for even the most active kids. It features a lightweight aluminum frame, bump-smoothing suspension fork, stout wheels with all-surface Bontrager tires and a hill-flattening 21-speed drivetrain with twist shifters. Simply put, it’s ready for anything from a ride to school to a summer of singletrack fun. The low stand-over height ensures safety and a proper fit for growing riders. Plus, the saddle is super comfortable and the short-reach brake levers mean solid stopping power for smaller hands.
Your little one might love to ride, but that doesn't mean they'll be doing Trans-Provence this summer. That's why Specialized made their Hotrock 24 with plenty of gear range to tackle the neighborhood hills, and enough front end travel to ride beginner's trails confidently. Of course, it also features a lightweight, yet durable, A1 Premium Aluminum frame that's designed to take a hit while they find their legs on the pump track. Chatter and bumps, meanwhile, are handled by the coil-sprung SR Suntour fork's 50mm of travel. Then there are a whole host of other components that are plenty tough enough to stand up to your little ripper, so you can rest assured that you'll be spending more time riding with your kid and less time waiting in line at the repair counter. - Tough, light, and durable, the A1 Premium Aluminum frame is built to stand up to years of tough riding. - SR Suntour suspension fork offers 50mm of coil-sprung travel that smooths out bumpy, rough terrain. - The 8-speed Shimano Tourney shifts smoothly and is tough enough for abuse.
Key features - Mountain bike styling is perfect for young adventurers - Lightweight, durable aluminum frame - Adjustable crank length lets you change pedal position - 21-speed shifting is great for all sorts of terrain
Precaliber 24 8-speed Girl's is a classic kids' bike with great style, performance, and durability. It has the simplicity of an 8-speed drivetrain and intuitive twist shift that makes it easy for kids to ride varied terrain. Plus, the strong yet lightweight aluminum frame stands up to even the roughest riders. For kids ages 8-12, between 51-59-inches tall. It's right for you if... Your kid loves to explore, and you want them to have a quality ride for all their road, path, or trail adventures. They're ready to upgrade from a singlespeed for a little extra help on hills and longer rides, but they don't need a ton of gears just yet. The tech you get A strong, lightweight aluminum frame that will stand up to whatever your youngster dishes out, with simple and reliable Shimano 8-speed shifting that makes it easy to climb hills. Plus, it has a kickstand, and a saddle with an integrated handle that can be swapped out for an integrated taillight mount. The final word Whether your kids are riding to school, racing around the neighborhood with friends, or tagging along on family rides, Precaliber 24 8-speed features the quality parts they need to ride with confidence and stay in control. Why you'll love it - Intuitive twist shift makes it easy for kids to switch gears when their terrain changes - You can replace the saddle's integrated handle with an integrated light mount to boost visibility on family adventures and solo excursions - This bike is hand-me-down heaven: it's built to last, so younger siblings can inherit this bike and it'll still feel like new - Like all Precaliber bikes, the frame is lower so it's easier for kids to stand over and hop on and off - You shouldn't buy your kid's bike where you buy your cereal—Unlike big box brands, Trek kids' bikes are assembled by people who know bikes
Trek’s Precaliber 24 is a true mountain bike perfect for even the most active kids. It features a lightweight aluminum frame, bump-smoothing suspension fork, stout wheels with all-surface Bontrager tires and a hill-flattening 7-speed drivetrain with twist shifters. Simply put, it’s ready for anything from a ride to school to a summer of singletrack fun. The low stand-over height ensures safety and a proper fit for growing riders. Plus, the saddle is super comfortable and the short-reach brake levers mean solid stopping power for smaller hands.
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