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16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)

Radio Zuma 16
$569.99
Buying a bike for your child can be daunting—that's why we developed the Zuma range to make it easier. Based on the concept of a kid-sized MTB bike, the Zuma bikes are incredibly lightweight. They feature a carefully researched geometry and are designed specifically around smaller riders as the perfect balance between a bike for a child to learn the basics on and a more advanced MTB for off-road riding conditions and weekend rides with the parents. These carefully spec'd bikes feature a super lightweight alloy frame and fork with double-wall rims and children's-specific aftermarket components from Promax, KMC, FSA, Vee Rubber, and Satori, making them suit the rider's size perfectly while keeping the look, feel, and ride of a high-end, full adult size MTB. Children are the future, and the Zuma line is designed to give them the best possible start for that future.
Kink Carve
$399.99
The Kink Carve 16-inch bike is the younger sibling of our Kicker 18-inch, and it ensures every age and every height rider can find a perfect fitting Kink bike. Kids are getting into BMX younger and younger, and we love it. The 2022 Carve comes in a great Gloss Iridescent Black color, which is complemented by black components throughout and chrome handlebars. Properly proportioned geometry and components create a modern, yet comfortable ride, suited for the rider who isn't ready for the bump up to a larger 18-inch bike yet. Still stacked with great parts, the 2022 Carve comes with 7-inch Kink T700 bars, a short reach 40mm Mission topload stem, rock solid 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks with sealed Mid bottom bracket, a sealed integrated headset, and modern tread design 2.4-inch tires.
Evo Rock Ridge 16
$319.98
- MTB style cockpit - Alloy frame - Coaster brakes and a rear hand brake - 16" wheels - Training wheels - Due to COVID 19-related scheduling and component availability challenges, Bike Specifications are subject to change without notice. Specifications may not be exactly as shown in photo
Rocky Mountain Edge Jr 16
$379.00
Get them started young! Everyone deserves a Rocky Mountain, even if you’re not ready to push the pedals yet. - Rocky Mountain performance for young riders - Aggressive knobby tires for cornering: no more sliding out! - Real components: alloy fork, threadless headset, quality cranks, no steel parts - Low profile saddle can be slammed down for maximum standover - Quick-release seatpost clamp
Kink Carve 16
$309.99
The Kink Carve 16" bike is the younger sibling of their Kicker 18", and it ensures every age and every height rider can find a perfect-fitting Kink bike. Kids are getting into BMX younger and younger, and we love it. The 2019 Carve comes in a subtle Gloss Translucent Black color, which is complemented by black components throughout. Properly proportioned geometry and components create a modern, yet comfortable ride, suited for the rider who isn’t ready for the bump up to a larger 18" bike yet. Still stacked with great parts, the 2019 Carve comes with 7" Kink Tiger CC bars, a short-reach 40mm Mission topload stem, rock solid 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks with sealed Mid bottom bracket, a sealed integrated headset, and all new modern tread design 2.4" tires.
Kink Carve 16
$319.99
The Kink Carve 16-inch bike is the younger sibling of our Kicker 18, and it ensures every age and every height rider can find a perfect-fitting Kink bike. Kids are getting into BMX younger and younger, and we love it. The 2020 Carve comes in a subtle Gloss Dusk Navy color, which is complimented by black components throughout. Properly proportioned geometry and components create a modern, yet comfortable ride, suited for the rider who isn’t ready for the bump up to a larger 18-inch bike yet. Still stacked with great parts, the 2020 Carve comes with 7-inch Kink Tiger CC bars, a short reach 40mm Mission topload stem, rock solid 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks with sealed Mid bottom bracket, a sealed integrated headset, and all-new modern tread design 2.4-inch tires.
Kink Carve 16
$319.99
The Kink Carve 16 ensures every age and height rider can find a perfect-fitting Kink bike. Kids are getting into BMX younger and younger, and we love it. The 2021 Carve comes in a great Gloss Digital Teal color complemented by black components throughout. Properly proportioned geometry and components create a modern yet comfortable ride suited for the rider who isn't ready for the bump up to a larger 18-inch bike yet. Still stacked with great parts, the 2021 Carve comes with 7-inch Kink T700 bars, a short reach 40mm Mission topload stem, rock-solid 3-piece tubular Chromoly cranks with sealed Mid bottom bracket, a sealed integrated headset, and modern tread design 2.4" tires.
Cannondale Kids Trail Freewheel 16 Boy's
$280.00
Start 'em off right. With one-speed simplicity and easy-to-use V-brakes, this lightweight ripper is perfect for building skills and having fun. Highlights - Light, durable SmartForm C2 Alloy frame - Tool-less Training Wheels and Chainguard - Smooth Rolling Multi-Surface tires (16x1.75") Where it thrives - Gravel roads, leisurely rides, in town What it's built for - Handling, comfort
Cannondale Kids Trail Freewheel 16 Girl's
$280.00
Start 'em off right. With one-speed simplicity and easy-to-use V-brakes, this lightweight ripper is perfect for building skills and having fun. Highlights - Light, durable SmartForm C2 Alloy frame - Tool-less Training Wheels and Chainguard - Smooth Rolling Multi-Surface tires (16x1.75") Where it thrives - Gravel roads, leisurely rides, in town What it's built for - Handling, comfort
Cannondale Kids Trail Single-Speed 16-inch
$280.00
Get your little riders rolling free and loving life on these high-performance, Kid-Correct bikes. With its durable alloy construction, the Trail 16-inch will withstand plenty of tough use as kids improve their skills. Lightweight alloy bars and kid's comfort grips ensure they'll ride comfortably, the single-speed drivetrain and rear coaster brake are easy to operate, and the tool-free and optional training wheels help new riders get used to balancing a bike.
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