24-Inch (7+ yr. old)
Lightweight and trail-ready, this little dirt shredder has a wide range of gears to tackle hills and a durable build that will keep up with their adventures. Built with a lightweight aluminum frame, plenty of stand-over clearance, and easy-to-use gears, this is the rigid version (no front suspension) of the XtC Jr. family. With smooth-rolling tires that can handle the trail, it’s a fun and stable way to get started on the trail. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Lightweight frame - ALUXX-grade aluminum frame provides a lightweight, purpose-built chassis for aspiring young off-road riders. Confidence and control - Size-specific wheels give young riders the performance they need for true off-road riding. Kid-friendly features - Youth-specific performance components help young riders improve their off-road skills.
Transportation, fitness and fun. Escape is all these things and more. Choose your mission, hop on and go. With its lightweight ALUXX aluminum frame and smooth, stable 24" wheels, Escape is your ticket to on-road versatility. Ride city streets or country roads. For commuting, fitness, or just for the fun of it. Confident upright geometry and a wide range of gears give it a sporty ride quality. Whatever road or path you choose, Escape is always up for the adventure.
Thanks to its new lower stand-over height frame and 24" wheelset, the Flightline 24 is perfect for adventurous kids who love to ride but aren't quite ready for the larger sizes yet. The FL 24 features Haro's updated FL3G low profile X6 alloy frame with a ton of stand-over clearance. Bumps don't stand a chance thanks to its suspension fork with 40mm of travel. The FL 24 features a kids-friendly 1x6-speed drive-train with a single chainring to make it easier to switch gears. - New MY20 Flightline 6000 Series alloy frame - HL 410E suspension fork w/ 40mm travel - 1-1/8" Threadless headset - New Alloy 32T crankset w/ double chainguard - Shimano Tourney TZ-50 rear derailleur - Revo 6-spd shifter - Shimano Tourney 6-spd freewheel 14-28T - Alloy Pivit 25mm riser bar & melt forged stem, 31.8mm - Alloy single wall 24" rims w/ 32h hubs
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
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.
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