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12-Inch (2-4 yr. old)

Miele Bambino 120
$134.99 - $149.99 $149.99 Up to 10% Off
A great first bike, Miele's Bambino 120 is a cool way to get kids started. Its sturdy steel frame makes pedaling easy, and the quality construction ensures you'll be able to hand this rig down. Plus, the comfortable saddle, grippy 12-inch tires, easy-to-use coaster brake, and strong steel training wheels make the Bambino 120 fun to learn on.
Giant Animator 12
$224.99 $249.99 10% Off
THE CYCLING LIFE STARTS HERE. ANIMATOR MAKES IT EASY TO GET ROLLING, AND IT'S BUILT TOUGH FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD ADVENTURES. Available with 12 or 16-inch wheels and removable training wheels, this is an express ticket to fun and freedom. The graphics get him going, the lightweight aluminum frame will keep things rolling.
Garneau F-12 Boys
$159.99
Let your child rip around the park on this hotrod red F-12 fun machine! It features 12-inch wheels, perfect for the first-time rider. The F-12 comes with training wheels, so if they’re just learning to ride then worry not! Once they learn their balance, the training wheels come off with ease. The F-12 comes with a single speed which makes it very low maintenance and extremely durable, and the coaster brake lets the child stop with confidence by pushing back on the pedals.
Garneau F-12 Girls
$159.99
Unicorns, rainbows and shooting stars! Chances are your little girl dreams of these more often than not, so why not let her ride her dreams? The F-12 bike comes with 12-inch wheels, training wheels for added confidence, a single speed which makes it very low maintenance and extremely durable, and a coaster brake that lets the child stop with confidence by pushing back on the pedals. Get her the F-12 today and let her dream away.
Evo Beep Beep
$159.99
Watch out world! The best time to master balance is right on the heels of when your child first learns it. The Beep Beep balance bike helps your child learn bike balance and young as 18 months old, all without the inference of pedals.
CUBE Bikes Cubie 120
$329.99
Balance is key to learning to ride, but once you're there, the urge to pedal and move faster comes on fast. That's why we created the Cubie 120—for kids who can't wait to power themselves. A lightweight aluminum frame and fork allowed us to build a smaller, perfectly formed bike that's clearly a mini version of mom and dad's bikes. The tough, 6061 aluminum chassis is built to handle the rough and tumble of exploratory play, and our engineers paid particular attention to ensuring that all edges and corners are as smooth as possible to help reduce the chance of injury. A coaster brake on the rear and rim brake on the front, featuring a lever designed specifically for small hands, combine to make it safe and easy to slow down and stop, even for the most enthusiastic of youngsters. There's a built-in rear fender, a Hebie Chainlooper to protect your little one's legs from the transmission, and a saddle that features an easy-carry handle for those times when it all gets a bit too much and mom or dad has to carry the bike home. There's no better way to learn to pedal, have fun, and build confidence at the same time.
CUBE Bikes Cubie 120 Girl
$329.99
Balance is key to learning to ride, but once you're there, the urge to pedal and move faster comes on fast. That's why we created the Cubie 120—for kids who can't wait to power themselves. A lightweight aluminum frame and fork allowed us to build a smaller, perfectly formed bike that's clearly a mini version of mom and dad's bikes. The tough, 6061 aluminum chassis is built to handle the rough and tumble of exploratory play, and our engineers paid particular attention to ensuring that all edges and corners are as smooth as possible to help reduce the chance of injury. A coaster brake on the rear and rim brake on the front, featuring a lever designed specifically for small hands, combine to make it safe and easy to slow down and stop, even for the most enthusiastic of youngsters. There's a built-in rear fender, a Hebie Chainlooper to protect your little one's legs from the transmission, and a saddle that features an easy-carry handle for those times when it all gets a bit too much and mom or dad has to carry the bike home. There's no better way to learn to pedal, have fun, and build confidence at the same time.
Specialized Girl's Hotrock 12 Coaster
$299.00
A great first bike, Specialized's Girl’s Hotrock 12 Coaster is a cool way to get kids started. Its lightweight aluminum frame makes pedaling easy and the quality construction ensures you'll be able to hand this tot rod down. Plus, the comfortable saddle, grippy tires, easy-to-use coaster brake and strong steel training wheels make the Hotrock great fun to learn on.
Kink Roaster 12
$344.99
The Kink Roaster is designed to be a kid's first BMX bike. The 12-inch wheels and frame size make it an easy transition from a balance bike, so kids will feel completely comfortable on their first pedaling bike. But this bike isn't merely a miniaturized BMX bike—it factors into account standard BMX geometry and applies it to a younger child's size and needs. The Gloss Dusk Orange colorway really pops, while the bike sports some great components throughout. In addition to the 5-inch Kink T500 bars and Kink Lance fork, the Roaster features a coaster brake in lieu of a lever-based brake system that could be too difficult for some children to use at a young age. If they are ready for a lever brake, the seatstay bridge has been designed to accept a caliper brake or 990 brake plate. Note: Designed for children ages 4 and up. Seat height adjustable from 15.5" – 18.5".
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