A great way for little people to start learning how to ride a bike. These bikes have no pedals and allow little people to use their feet to propel themselves along while learning how to balance. Kids can often go straight to a pedal bike without training wheels after learning how to balance on one of these.
These bikes usually come with training wheels that can be removed when your little rider is ready. They have coaster brakes and cool colours. They are typically 14 or 16 inch wheels.
When your child is ready to ride a bike with gears and hand brakes, these bikes are waiting for them. The usual progression is to go to a 20” wheel size then move up to a 24” wheel size after some growth spurts.
Feature Bike | Giant XTC Jr 24 Lite
LIGHTWEIGHT AND READY FOR DIRT, A PERFECT INTRO TO OFF-ROAD FUN.
Built with a lightweight aluminum frame, lots of stand-over clearance, and easy-to-use gears, this is the rigid version (no front suspension) of the XtC Jr. family. Available with 20- or 24-inch wheels and smooth-rolling tires that can handle the trail, it’s a fun and stable way to get started on the trail. Learn more
Canyon Meadows Centre
122, 13226 Macleod Trail SE
Mon/Tue: 10am - 6pm
Wed-Fri: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
Closed on most public holidays.
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The SCOTT Addict 10 Disc was designed from the ground up with those longer days in mind. With geometry that is less focused on racing and more on enduring. The Addict 10 will be your go to when you're looking to put the miles in.
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