There was a lot of kidding around at Sea Otter as kids’ bike companies proliferated & showed off new cx-worthy bikes from Islabikes, Cleary, Woom, Prevelo & Frog Bikes.
Frog Bikes has entered the U.S. market with its compelling lightweight kids’ bikes. We take a look at the Frog Bikes 55 – a 20″ wheel bike ready for cyclocross.
Raleigh unveiled its RX24 last year at Sea Otter, and we recruited a rider to put it to the test, while the adults weigh in on the the specs including 24″ wheel sizes (507, 520 and 540 ETRTO).
There’s a new mud cyclocross tire in town, and it’s from a UK brand most adult cyclocross racers never think about.
Islabikes is well known for their high quality, lightweight kids bikes for the discerning rider. The company recently announced new cycling jerseys and bib shorts for young riders and budding racers.
Just in time for that young rider on your Crossmas list, we shine the spotlight on our review of the lightweight Islabikes Beinn 20 S, with 20″ wheels and V-brakes that can pull duty as a kid’s geared cyclocross bike, a mountain bike or paved path carver.
Stampede Bikes (formerly TykesBykes) Sprinter 16 bike features full V-brakes, a riser bar, standard component dimensions and a tall, race-worthy gear to get your little one ready for cyclocross season. We use child labor to test it out.
On the heels of the new kids’ cyclocross bikes we saw at the 2016 Sea Otter Classic from Raleigh and Kona, Portland, Oregon’s Islabikes has a new Pro Series range of bikes for kids of all ages.
Kids’ bike options have never been better. Whether you’re looking for a balance bike for a toddler who can barely walk, a 700c cyclocross bike for the still-growing youngster, or a full suspension, disc brake-equipped bike for a little ripper, parents’ options have never been better. See our big gallery of these great options by Isla, Cleary, Trek, Commencal, Kona, Felt and Shredder.
We’re guessing there are a few of you who, like us, have procrastinated, worked too much, and frankly prefer to compress holiday shopping into one …