16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)
SIDEWALK ADVENTURER Everyone remembers their first bike; the combination of freedom and fun. That bike needs to be fun, comfortable and safe, which is why Laser 16 features a lightweight aluminum frame, removable training wheels, and BMX-style handlebars and saddle. LIGHTWEIGHT ALLOY FRAME Extra weight is the enemy of any bike. This is especially true for youth bikes, when the riders themselves are relatively light-weight. It’s tough to beat the cost-to-weight ratio of aluminum, which is why Laser 16 features a lightweight 6061 aluminum frame. This keeps the overall weight down, making the bike much more fun and easy to ride. TRAINING WHEELS INCLUDED When it comes to learning to ride a bike, building confidence is the name of the game. Laser 16 is equipped with training wheels, so young riders can build that confidence safely. - Lightweight 6061 aluminum MX-moto frame design - Tubular unicrown fork, MX Hi-Ten, straight blades - Electro-plated black steel rims, steel front and Hi-Stop coaster brake rear hubs - CST Dirt Knobbie tires - BMX high-impact resin pedals - Hi-Stop rear coaster brake - BMX style handlebar with a safety bell - Jamis BMX Jr. saddle
TOP FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW - The full-length & full ring-wrap chainguard on Miss Daisy keep clothes & legs cleanly and safely out of the way of the chain. Those attractively painted fenders keep the rain & mud off the bike AND the rider and look cute to boot. - Our soft and comfortable foam grips feature a smooth vinyl cover that is embossed and stitched to match the saddle & decal theme. - Those wide Brooklyn Speedway tires offer a large contact patch for greater stability, with a smooth tread surface for easy rolling, and hold plenty of air volume for a more comfortable ride. - Our pedals offer a non-slip insert that keeps feet and shoes in full contact even when wet for safe & secure pedaling. - Every 16" Miss Daisy offers stabilizing training wheels that assist the young rider in learning how to pedal, steer and balance a bike for the first time. The training wheel support struts attach securely both to the rear hub axle and the frame itself so that the training wheels don't rotate out of a plane with the rear wheel, preventing tips or spills.
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