When your little guy is ready to graduate from the push bike or training wheels to a big boy bike with pedals AND two kinds of brakes, the MXR 20 is a great pick.
Sized for boys ages 4-8 years old the MXR 20 is made with a lightweight aluminum frame with low stand over height for easy on and off, and it’s cool BMX-inspired style is sure to get him pumped for riding.
Designed to help young riders learn to stop smoothly and effectively, the MXR 20 gives him two ways to stop: 1) coaster brakes (what he may be used to if she had a bike with training wheels previously), and 2) v-brakes or hand brakes (for him to practice stopping like mom and dad).
The MXR 20 is a single speed (no shifting required) to keep it simple while he learns to master those brakes.
All kid's bicycles sold by biketek include assembly and 6 months of unlimited tuneups and adjustments.
Head to Head Comparison
|Raleigh MXR 20||$190||aluminum||coaster/v-brake|
|Jamis Laser 20||$239||aluminum||coaster/v-brake|
|Trek Precaliber 20||$250||aluminum||coaster/v-brake|
|Giant MOTR 20||$250||aluminum||coaster/v-brake|
|Specialized Riprock 20||$260||aluminum||coaster/v-brake|
|Cannondale Trail 20||$280||aluminum||coaster/v-brake|