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Strider Sports
$119.99 at Sports Authority

Your little one is ready to ride, and this Strider?? 12 Sport#153; no-pedal balance bike makes it extra easy to learn how. Sturdy ...and stable, it helps kids as young as 18 months focus on leaning and steering. This feature-filled bike is outfitted with an ergonomic padded saddle for proper posture and frame-integrated footrests to promote balance; the handlebar and saddle height are adjustable to accommodate growing kids. Size: One Size. Color: Black. Features Mid-level 12" no-pedal bike Durable steel frame Quick-release saddle and handlebar clamps for easy adjustment 12.7 mm steel handlebar with soft urethane mini grips and safety pad Padded, all-weather ergonomic saddle (also includes a padded XL saddle and long seatpost for kids over 3 years) One-piece wheels feature a raised-letter 5-spoke design with 10 bearing support gussets to keep them light and strong EVA polymer tires are puncture proof Premium cartridge wheel bearings for smooth rolling; never need to be adjusted Launchpad footrest with grip tape Rear brake mount lets you add a foot-operated brake later (brake sold separately) No-tool assembly and adjustment Age: 18 months to 5 years Max Rider Weight: 60 lbs Saddle Height Adjusts: 11" to 16" Weight: 6.7 lbs Manufacturer's 2-year warranty Made in China Read More

Schwinn
$109.99 at Sports Authority

The Schwinn Roadster tricycle is any little one's first set of wheels! This retro ride features a sturdy steel frame with a wooden... rear deck that's stylishly adorned with a burned-in Schwinn logo. Three pneumatic tires offer a smooth ride while instilling coordination and confidence that'll transfer to a big-kid bike! Both the saddle and the handlebars are height adjustable. Size: One Size. Color: Pink. Read More

Mamma Cangura
$139.99 $129.99 at Sports Authority

A bike ride is so much more fun when the little one can see easily! The Mamma Cangura FRECCIA child bike carrier mounts securely b...ehind the handlebars, providing a safe spot to watch the world go by. Made from non-toxic plastic, it features an adjustable three-point safety belt, as well as height-adjustable "funny feet" footrests. The child is contained by high sidewalls, even the legs, so there's little risk of wheel contact. Size: One Size. Color: One Color. Features Non-toxic certified plastic frame is lightweight, mess resistant and washable Wide ventilation slots on back and shoulders Soft, removable and washable seat-pad Childproof, parent-friendly safety buckle with two depth settings in the center of the seat; one-hand fasten and release Broad footrests with adjustable height; Range: 4.4" Length-adjustable foot straps, 4 positions 3-point length-adjustable safety belt Wide, comfortable seat High sideboards to increase child support and containment Wider and safer legs/feet side protection to avoid contact with wheel Meets or exceeds ASTM ??? F1625.00 Standard Made in Italy Read More

Burley Design
$629.99 at Sports Authority

The D'Lite?? child trailer from Burley offers sleek functionality and maximum comfort. It has seating for one or two children and ...includes cutting-edge features such as bowed-out sides for enhanced shoulder room; an adjustable suspension system; reclining seats; tinted, UV-protected windows; a retractable sunshade; and much more! Size: One Size. Color: Orange. Age Group: Boys,Girls. Features Accommodates 2 children Designed and tested to exceed ASTM F1975-09 safety standards Full internal roll cage Anodized aluminum frame tubes and hinges Forged aluminum hitch Wheel guard protection 600D polyester cover and seat fabric Front-to-rear fold-flat design Reflective materials and reflectors (front, rear, and wheels) UV-protected windows Recessed helmet pocket Safety flag Interior pockets Rear cargo area Bowed-out sides for increased interior width/shoulder room Elastomer suspension system Exclusive height-adjustable handlebar doubles as roll bar All-weather cover with waterproof zippers Deluxe, reclining, padded seats Five-point harness and padded shoulder harness Removable, washable seat pad Tinted side windows Adjustable sunshade Parking brake 20" black alloy spoked push-button wheels Weight Capacity: 100 lbs Weight: 28 lbs Made in China Read More

Burley Design
$129.99 at Sports Authority

The Burley MyKick?? is a safe, fun way to give your little ones a jump on riding a bike. Even if your child isn't ready to pedal, ...MyKick?? lets him or her power along just by kicking. Soon your pride and joy will be coasting and balancing on two wheels! Size: One Size. Color: Red. Age Group: Boys,Girls. Features Comes fully assembled Comfortable rubber grips Easily adjustable, kid-sized seat Adjustable handlebars Long-lasting rubber tires Quality spoked wheels For ages 3 and up Weight Capacity: 50 lbs Weight: 11.3 lbs Made in China Read More

Diamondback
$150.00 $119.00 at Sports Authority

The Diamondback Micro Viper youth BMX bike is an ideal first ride for young kids. It rolls on 12 inch wheels, and the steel frame ...is quite durable. Knobby tires provide plenty of grip, and stops are achieved by an easy-to-use rear coaster brake. A chain guard protects clothes and little legs from snags, and easily-removed training wheels aid with early confidence. Size: One Size. Color: One Color. Features Kids' BMX bike Durable steel frame BMX handlebars Coaster brake Single speed Knobby tires Chain guard Training wheels 12" wheels Platform pedals Imported Read More

Bike USA
$199.99 at Sports Authority

Help the little ones develop the confidence to ride with the Bike USA BMX stabilizer wheel kit. The oversized wheels are far more ...stable than traditional training wheels, and the tubular steel frame is rock solid. This kit attaches easily with basic hand tools. Size: One Size. Color: One Color. Age Group: Boys,Girls. Features Training wheels for BMX bikes Oversized wheels Tubular steel frame Easy attachment Read More

Diamondback
$130.00 $104.00 at Sports Authority

An alternative to kids' bikes with training wheels, the Diamondback youth Push bike has no pedals. This design requires your child... to push along with the legs, building on standing and walking skills to improve balance and coordination without the crutch of training wheels. The steel frame has an easily removed parent handle for when a little extra help is required. Size: One Size. Color: One Color. Features Kids' push bike No pedals Steel frame Removable push handle Padded seat Rubber grips 12" wheels Imported Read More

Diamondback
$599.99 $499.99 at Sports Authority

The Diamondback Lux hardtail women's mountain bike updates the classic ride: it features a 27.5" wheelset, offering the nimbleness... of the original 26 with the obstacle-clearing capacity of the newer 29. The lightweight women's-specific alloy frame is quite nimble, with precise steering provided by a machined head tube. Mechanical disc brakes give superior stopping power, and trigger shifters change quickly through the gears. Size: 19. Color: White. Gender: Female. Read More

Schwinn
$219.99 at Sports Authority

She'll be confident on the trail with this girls' Schwinn Castle mountain bike from Pacific Cycle. Twist shifters give her access ...to 21 speeds for every terrain. Full stops are no problem thanks to alloy linear pull brakes. Size: One Size. Color: One Color. Read More

K2
$479.99 at Sports Authority

The K2 Zed 6.1 mountain bike is updated with larger 27.5" tires, which provide increased traction and maintain momentum better tha...n traditional 26" wheels. The lightweight 6061 aluminum frame is matched with a durable steel stem and handlebars, an SR Suntour 100 mm suspension fork, a Shimano/SRAM 21-speed drivetrain with twist shifters, and mechanical disc brakes. Size: Medium. Color: Black/Green. Read More

K2
Sync
$549.99 at Sports Authority

Answer the call of the trail with the SYNC XCN 2.0 mountain bike. Built around a 6061 aluminum frame, it features an SRAM 24-speed... drivetrain with trigger shifters, Tektro Novela disc brakes, and an SR Suntour 100 mm suspension fork to smooth out the ride. The larger 29" wheels offer superior traction with less pedaling effort. Size: Large. Color: Red. Read More

Jetson
$1,999.99 at Sports Authority

Get the speed you need with this Jetson adult electric mountain bike, which uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery for pedal assi...st and throttle. Its 500-watt motor helps you sail up to 20 miles per hour and boasts a charge distance of 40 miles! Try out this eco-friendly alternative to traditional rides and feel the difference in efficiency, convenience and sheer power. Size: One Size. Color: Red. Read More

Jetson
$1,999.99 at Sports Authority

Get the speed you need with this Jetson adult electric mountain bike, which uses a rechargeable lithium ion battery for pedal assi...st and throttle. Its 500-watt motor helps you sail up to 20 miles per hour and boasts a charge distance of 40 miles! Try out this eco-friendly alternative to traditional rides and feel the difference in efficiency, convenience and sheer power. Size: One Size. Color: Black. Read More

TUBUS
$149.85 at CycloCamping

The Bicycle Travel Master Tubus LOGO has a new design with many new features.3D-feet with perfect force absorption and integrated ...screw attachment. New superlight mounting parts for mounting the stays to the frame and click spring clamp. The new LOGO also has the typical lower rail, lowering the center of gravity and improving the riding stability. Available in black. Type Capacity Material Weight Fits wheel Rear 88lb (40kg) 25CrMo4 1.6lb (0.74kg)* 26", 28", 700 (*) Includes all mounting parts Tubus Logo EVO mounting instructions Tubus Logo EVO Dimensions and Drawing Read More

TUBUS
$119.85 at CycloCamping

The DUO is made of two parts, and comes without a bow frame above the front wheel. The front fork needs to pass through, mid-point... braze-ons as well as drop-out eyelets. Mounting of bags, and riding performance, are similar to the TARA. The DUO is particularly suitable for tandems or touring bikes for medium loads, and carries almost every type of pannier. Model # 60000 Type Capacity Material Weight Fits wheel Front 33lb (15kg) 25CrMo4 1.1lb (0.51kg) 26", 28", 700 Read More

TUBUS
$149.85 at CycloCamping

The Tubus SMARTI can be mounted of forks that has no braze-on using the SMARTI brake boss mounts. The rack will not budge behind t...he brakes, no matter which manufacturer makes your bike. The SMARTI provides foothold on forks without the midsection eyelet. Attached to the fork brake bosses, the SMARTI fits bombproof behind the brakes. Panniers hang slightly higher on the SMARTI than on a normal low-rider. At the same time the geometry of the carrier is beneficial for luggage. The handling of the bike stays sweet tempered, well balanced, and the steering handy. Compatible with ALL Ortlieb panniers. 25CrMo4 (or Chromoly) is a very strong high grade steel which absorbs vibration and can easily be welded. Type Capacity Material Weight Fits wheel Front 33lb (15kg) 25CrMo4 19.6oz (0.56kg) 26", 28", 700 Tubus SMARTI Instructions Tubus SMARTI Dimensions and Drawing Read More

TUBUS
$114.15 at CycloCamping

Now you can go on a bike tour using disc brakes and a Tubus rack! The Tubus DISCO was designed to fit bikes with disc brakes witho...ut adding any accessories.The Disco can also be used on bikes without eyelets on dropouts. The DISCO is available in two sizes and designed to be combined with disc brakes. Instead of using added accessories, the DISCO simply fits onto your frame. The carrier is easy to mount using the serial quick release, or it can also be mounted on eyelets of the frame. Simply load up your bike and go. Compatible with ALL Ortlieb panniers. 25CrMo4 (or Chromoly) is a very strong high grade steel which absorbs vibration and can easily be welded. Type Capacity Material Weight Fits wheel Rear 44lb (20kg) 25CrMo4 18.4oz (0.52kg) Universal Tubus FLY EVO Dimensions and Drawing Read More

Giro
$109.95 at Backcountry

You've probably seen the MIPS name everywhere -it's certainly taken bike helmets by storm, but what is it? MIPS is a technology th...at does its best to protect your brain by mimicking what the brain does to protect itself. Namely, MIPS aims to mimic the cerebrospinal fluid that allows the skull and the brain to move independently. This synthetic buffer, as applied in the Giro Sonnet Helmet seen here, allows the shell and the EPS foam to move independently in the event of a tangential force. It essentially redirects the impact in such a manner that it should do a better job in preventing catastrophic brain injuries. Outside of the MIPS tech, the Sonnet is everything you'd expect from Giro -light, breathable, well-fitting, and incredibly comfortable. Read More

Giro
$99.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Sutton MIPS helmet features low-profile skate styling and eight vents to keep your dome cool in the heat of summer. The S...utton has the styling that urban freeriders and dirt jumpers have come to love, but, unlike its low-tech competitors, it features serious high-tech brain protection. Though the Sutton looks like a traditional skate helmet, it is a bit different. It has an expanded polystyrene liner like POC's other road and mountain helmets and uses an in-molded polycarbonate shell to add toughness and abrasion resistance without adding significant weight. The limited number of vents (it has eight) lends strength, so it is a great helmet even if your urban riding is geared more toward seeking out the best wall rides and stair gaps on your way to the dirt jumps just outside of town. For all-mountain riders, the Sutton works great for all-day adventures, because it's lighter than a standard ABS-shelled helmet of this style. It's designed to be used with Giro's line of goggles, so they'll always fit great in dusty conditions. Other smart features include a removable soft visor, an integrated light clip at the back to make you more visible in traffic, and a reinforced vent port that allows you to lock the helmet to your bike. The MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) structure integrates easily into the Sutton's bones without altering its look. MIPS is essentially the separation of the EPS foam shell from the retention system (the part that grabs your head) via a semi-floating suspension system, so that when the shell absorbs an impact, or two, or four, in a crash, it doesn't transfer that energy directly into the skull. Instead, forces are isolated, saving your head and neck from undo impacts. Developed in Scandinavia more than 10 years ago, the MIPS system has been continually revised and applied to an ever-growing number of helmets in different sports, and it's been credited with saving countless noggins from more serious injury. Read More

Magna
$67.99 $64.99 at Target

Find Bikes And Cycles at Target.com! Your little one will learn to ride confidently on this cute 12 inch Hello Kitty bike with eas...y to remove training wheels. Packed with Hello Kitty features including streamers and a bell, your little Hello Kitty fan... Read More

Voler
$69.00 at Voler Cycling Apparel

The Pedal Pushers Club is a brand for people who like riding bikes, plain and simple. Sometimes we ride road bikes and wear spande...x, other times we rock 3 speeds and flip-flops. Basically, if it's got two wheels, we're probably into it (although I... Read More

Voler
$69.00 at Voler Cycling Apparel

The Pedal Pushers Club is a brand for people who like riding bikes, plain and simple. Sometimes we ride road bikes and wear spande...x, other times we rock 3 speeds and flip-flops. Basically, if it's got two wheels, we're probably into it (although I... Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$79.95 $47.97 at Backcountry

You only get one head and, with Smith's Gage Helmet, you only need one brain bucket to protect it. The Gage is fully certified for... both snow and bike use, so you tear up the park and then take to the summer streets without needing to stop at home and switch out your helmet. No matter where you're rocking it, the Gage's Bombshell ABS shell and EPS foam liner will protect your dome from impacts, and the self-adjusting Lifestyle Fit System gives it a snug, comfortable fit whether you're wearing it on its own or rocking a beanie underneath. 12 Airflow vents keep your brain from overheating, and the AirEvac 2 ventilation system is designed to work with Smith goggles to keep your shades fog-free all year round. You can slip compatible Skullcandy audio systems into the ear pads if you want to rock out while you ride, or pop the earpads off entirely for a cooler summertime feel. Either way, there's no excuse for not protecting your head. Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$79.95 $47.97 at Backcountry

You only get one head and, with Smith's Gage Helmet, you only need one brain bucket to protect it. The Gage is fully certified for... both snow and bike use, so you tear up the park and then take to the summer streets without needing to stop at home and switch out your helmet. No matter where you're rocking it, the Gage's Bombshell ABS shell and EPS foam liner will protect your dome from impacts, and the self-adjusting Lifestyle Fit System gives it a snug, comfortable fit whether you're wearing it on its own or rocking a beanie underneath. 12 Airflow vents keep your brain from overheating, and the AirEvac 2 ventilation system is designed to work with Smith goggles to keep your shades fog-free all year round. You can slip compatible Skullcandy audio systems into the ear pads if you want to rock out while you ride, or pop the earpads off entirely for a cooler summertime feel. Either way, there's no excuse for not protecting your head. Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

POC
$229.95 at Backcountry

If you're looking at the POC Trabec series, you're on the right track. These are some of the most-protective helmets on the market... today, and you'll find them atop riders around the world. The Trabec is made in a few different versions, and this one, the Race MIPS, is perhaps the most protective of them all. In addition the polycarbonate shell and the standard Aramid net within the EPS foam, the Race MIPS gets an expanded Aramid net to help reduce helmet breakup in the event of a major crash, as well as MIPS technology, which allows the helmet's core to rotate slightly relative to its shell. It's a technology inspired by the way the cranium protects the brain, via a layer of cerebrospinal fluid that allows your skull and your brain to move at different rates, thus protecting the brain from the worst of an impact. Additionally, the Trabec extends much further down the neck and the sides of your head than other helmets, which means better protection even at the most basic level. POC's aramid structure inside the foam, which holds the foam together in the event of an impact like rebar in concrete, and the super-tough polycarbonate shell that disperses impact force across the EPS foam to reduce the amount of impact your dome has to handle, are the helmet equivalent of a seven-inch bike you can pedal anywhere. Read More

POC
Meade
$49.97 $39.99 at Walmart

Keep your little one happy, protected anywhere you go with the Bell Cocoon Rack-Mounted Child Carrier. Having high back protection..., the cute carrier keeps the baby completely covered and gives them a comfortable posture throughout. This bike child... Read More

Art of Storage
$88.65 $63.32 at Olejo Inc

The Seurat Two Bike Floor Stand is perfect for securely storing one or two bikes. Easily clears space efficiently while holding yo...ur bikes upright side-by-side. No more worrying about damage or toppling bikes. Constructed with silver powder-coated steel tubing this bike floor stand works great with any bike style. Features:Holds one or two bikesClears space in basement/garageHolds any wheel size securelyRubberized feet protect floors Read More

Razor USA
$131.99 at eSportsOnline

Razor has a thing for reinvention, and the Rip Rider™ 360 does not disappoint. A successor to the classic three-wheeler of t...he 1970s, the Rip Rider 360 rides like no other - thanks to dual inclined caster wheels. The casters allow resistance-free drifting and spinning action, and the freewheel system invites incredible coasting speeds. And the super-cool, steel framed design will make on-lookers dizzy as you spin-out._x000D_ _x000D_ Dual inclined casters allow resistance-free drifting and spinning action_x000D_ New freewheel systems for incredible coasting speeds_x000D_ Rugged, long-lasting all steel frame and fork_x000D_ Rubber grips_x000D_ Double crown for design_x000D_ Front wheel with pneumatic tire_x000D_ 3-piece crank_x000D_ Welded steel frame and fork_x000D_ MX-Style handlebar_x000D_ Product Weight: 20 LBS_x000D_ Assembled Product Dimensions: 38″ x 24″ x 24″_x000D_ Product decoration and specifications subject to change without notice _x000D_ -caster,trike,razor,360, Read More

Art of Storage
$81.07 $57.91 at Olejo Inc

Park your bike anywhere with the Rothko Rolling Bike Stand! The new shape provides better support for all wheel sizes. Perfect for... those bikes without a kick stand this rolling bike stand allows for convenient and organized storage of your bikes anywhere you like. Features:Easily adjusts to fit any width and wheel sizeConvenient easy-rolling featureDurable powder-coat finish Read More

Bell Sports
$20.79 at eSportsOnline

Your child will love biking around in this stylish and secure Bell Sports helmet. PRODUCT FEATURES 19 air vents keep extra cool Hi...-impact reflector provide visibility Pinch guard ensures no-pinch buckling True fit technology creates secure fit PRODUCT DETAILS For ages 8 years & up Fits head sizes 54-58cm Model numbers: Black: 7049694 Purple: 7049695 Promotional offers available online at Kohls.com may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Read More

Bell Sports
$20.79 at eSportsOnline

Your child will love biking around in this stylish and secure Bell Sports helmet. PRODUCT FEATURES 19 air vents keep extra cool Hi...-impact reflector provide visibility Pinch guard ensures no-pinch buckling True fit technology creates secure fit PRODUCT DETAILS For ages 8 years & up Fits head sizes 54-58cm Model numbers: Black: 7049694 Purple: 7049695 Promotional offers available online at Kohls.com may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Read More

Ellsworth
$3,395.00 $1,699.00 at Backcountry

Mountain bikers are often caricatured as beer-swilling, lowbrow versions of their skinny tire counterparts, uninterested in anythi...ng but the thrill of mud-covered, terrain-smashing lunacy. We contend that this is unfair, as many of us appreciate the multifaceted refinement of a bike like Ellsworth's Evolve Carbon Mountain Bike Frameset. The Evolve is not only handles terrain with confidence, but it also climbs well and has the cross-country speed pedigree of 29-inch wheels. It doesn't skimp on good looks, either, with Ellsworth claiming that it's a piece of "performance art." We agree, and we've found that the best way to appreciate this particular piece is covered in mud while enjoying a cold beer after a maniacal run through a rock garden. The Evolve Carbon is built with Ellsworth's Force Vector Anisotropic Design, which translates into unidirectional Toray carbon fiber laid-up in varying shapes and wall thicknesses in order to strike a balance between weight and energy transfer while keeping the suspension system's pivot points aligned. In the rear triangle, the addition of CNC machined aluminum rockers and chainstays makes for an even stiffer drivetrain, and the single 12 millimeter bolt needed for each pivot assemble makes for a lighter, less complicated system. Fewer parts mean fewer issues, and you can ride confidently knowing that the part that is there happens to be the size of your rear axle. The semi-integrated tapered head tube takes advantage of the steep head tube angle for a stiff front end that elevates 29er steering to levels you'd expect from smaller wheels. Ellsworth claims that the Evolve Carbon's Instant Center Tracking (ICT) suspension is the most advanced suspension platform in the world. As it moves through travel, ICT keeps the instant center (or virtual pivot created by ICT's four bar suspension) as close to the chain force line as possible. In on-trail terms, this maintains a steady pedaling platform so your power is always transfer... Read More

Ellsworth
$5,750.00 $3,699.00 at Backcountry

29ers are typically about one thing: speed. Given this myopic focus on all things forward-moving, we often ignore the aesthetics o...f our big-wheeled machines, but with Ellsworth's Evolve Carbon XT Complete Mountain Bike, this is impossible. On first glance, you might assume that the California-based manufacturer put as much time into designing the Evolve's paint job as it did engineering the frame and suspension; however, a quick look at Ellsworth's tech sheet disabuses you of that misconception. The Evolve is, in fact, built for 29-inches of durable, aggressive speed and sharp handling -- the good looks are just a welcome extra. The Evolve Carbon is built with Ellsworth's Force Vector Anisotropic Design, which translates into unidirectional carbon fiber laid-up in varying shapes and wall thicknesses in order to strike a balance between weight and energy transfer while keeping the suspension system's pivot points aligned. In the rear triangle, the addition of CNC-machined aluminum rockers and chainstays makes for an even stiffer drivetrain, and the single 12mm bolt needed for each pivot assembly makes for a lighter, less complicated system. The semi-integrated, tapered head tube takes advantage of the steep head tube angle for a stiff front end that elevates 29er steering to levels you'd expect from smaller wheels. Ellsworth claims that the Evolve Carbon's Instant Center Tracking (ICT) suspension is the most advanced suspension platform in the world. As it moves through travel, ICT keeps the instant center (or virtual pivot created by ICT's four bar suspension) as close to the chain force line as possible. In on-trail terms, this maintains a steady pedaling platform so your power is always transferring into forward motion instead of lost to those two suspension gremlins, forward Jack and vertical Bob. Furthermore, ICT doesn't require a lock-out, so the suspension is always fully active, even while climbing. The addition of chain torque doesn't constrain the sys... Read More

Ellsworth
$5,750.00 $3,699.00 at Backcountry

29ers are typically about one thing: speed. Given this myopic focus on all things forward-moving, we often ignore the aesthetics o...f our big-wheeled machines, but with Ellsworth's Evolve Carbon XT Complete Mountain Bike, this is impossible. On first glance, you might assume that the California-based manufacturer put as much time into designing the Evolve's paint job as it did engineering the frame and suspension; however, a quick look at Ellsworth's tech sheet disabuses you of that misconception. The Evolve is, in fact, built for 29-inches of durable, aggressive speed and sharp handling -- the good looks are just a welcome extra. The Evolve Carbon is built with Ellsworth's Force Vector Anisotropic Design, which translates into unidirectional carbon fiber laid-up in varying shapes and wall thicknesses in order to strike a balance between weight and energy transfer while keeping the suspension system's pivot points aligned. In the rear triangle, the addition of CNC-machined aluminum rockers and chainstays makes for an even stiffer drivetrain, and the single 12mm bolt needed for each pivot assembly makes for a lighter, less complicated system. The semi-integrated, tapered head tube takes advantage of the steep head tube angle for a stiff front end that elevates 29er steering to levels you'd expect from smaller wheels. Ellsworth claims that the Evolve Carbon's Instant Center Tracking (ICT) suspension is the most advanced suspension platform in the world. As it moves through travel, ICT keeps the instant center (or virtual pivot created by ICT's four bar suspension) as close to the chain force line as possible. In on-trail terms, this maintains a steady pedaling platform so your power is always transferring into forward motion instead of lost to those two suspension gremlins, forward Jack and vertical Bob. Furthermore, ICT doesn't require a lock-out, so the suspension is always fully active, even while climbing. The addition of chain torque doesn't constrain the sys... Read More

Giro
$79.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Sutton is the jeans-and-a-t-shirt of bike helmets -it'll fit in just about anywhere. Whether you're commuting to work, ge...tting rad on the weekends, or riding the path with your kids, the Sutton's just the ticket. It uses 8 vents to move air over your head, and has a soft sun/rain visor for versatility (and a little style). Read More

Ellsworth
$3,395.00 $1,699.00 at Backcountry

Mountain bikers are often caricatured as beer-swilling, lowbrow versions of their skinny tire counterparts, uninterested in anythi...ng but the thrill of mud-covered, terrain-smashing lunacy. We contend that this is unfair, as many of us appreciate the multifaceted refinement of a bike like Ellsworth's Evolve Carbon Mountain Bike Frameset. The Evolve is not only handles terrain with confidence, but it also climbs well and has the cross-country speed pedigree of 29-inch wheels. It doesn't skimp on good looks, either, with Ellsworth claiming that it's a piece of "performance art." We agree, and we've found that the best way to appreciate this particular piece is covered in mud while enjoying a cold beer after a maniacal run through a rock garden. The Evolve Carbon is built with Ellsworth's Force Vector Anisotropic Design, which translates into unidirectional Toray carbon fiber laid-up in varying shapes and wall thicknesses in order to strike a balance between weight and energy transfer while keeping the suspension system's pivot points aligned. In the rear triangle, the addition of CNC machined aluminum rockers and chainstays makes for an even stiffer drivetrain, and the single 12 millimeter bolt needed for each pivot assemble makes for a lighter, less complicated system. Fewer parts mean fewer issues, and you can ride confidently knowing that the part that is there happens to be the size of your rear axle. The semi-integrated tapered head tube takes advantage of the steep head tube angle for a stiff front end that elevates 29er steering to levels you'd expect from smaller wheels. Ellsworth claims that the Evolve Carbon's Instant Center Tracking (ICT) suspension is the most advanced suspension platform in the world. As it moves through travel, ICT keeps the instant center (or virtual pivot created by ICT's four bar suspension) as close to the chain force line as possible. In on-trail terms, this maintains a steady pedaling platform so your power is always transfer... Read More

Bell
$79.95 at CompetitiveCyclist

Designed to be comfortable and versatile, the Bell Sequence Helmet is the ideal choice for the cyclist who wants to ride everythin...g under the sun. The Sequence is built with In-Mold technology, which ensures strength by bonding the outer shell to the liner. This also allows Bell to construct a lighter helmet with enhanced ventilation without sacrificing strength. The Sequence features 24 vents that are strategically positioned to manage airflow, keeping your entire head cool. Bell also includes a repositionable visor for some added protection against the elements. And you'll be able to dial in a precise fit with the Sequence's cam-lock strap adjusters and TAG (or Twin Axis Gear) retention adjustment system. Read More

Bell
$79.95 at CompetitiveCyclist

Designed to be comfortable and versatile, the Bell Sequence Helmet is the ideal choice for the cyclist who wants to ride everythin...g under the sun. The Sequence is built with In-Mold technology, which ensures strength by bonding the outer shell to the liner. This also allows Bell to construct a lighter helmet with enhanced ventilation without sacrificing strength. The Sequence features 24 vents that are strategically positioned to manage airflow, keeping your entire head cool. Bell also includes a repositionable visor for some added protection against the elements. And you'll be able to dial in a precise fit with the Sequence's cam-lock strap adjusters and TAG (or Twin Axis Gear) retention adjustment system. Read More

Bell
$79.95 at CompetitiveCyclist

Designed to be comfortable and versatile, the Bell Sequence Helmet is the ideal choice for the cyclist who wants to ride everythin...g under the sun. The Sequence is built with In-Mold technology, which ensures strength by bonding the outer shell to the liner. This also allows Bell to construct a lighter helmet with enhanced ventilation without sacrificing strength. The Sequence features 24 vents that are strategically positioned to manage airflow, keeping your entire head cool. Bell also includes a repositionable visor for some added protection against the elements. And you'll be able to dial in a precise fit with the Sequence's cam-lock strap adjusters and TAG (or Twin Axis Gear) retention adjustment system. Read More

Bell
$79.95 at CompetitiveCyclist

Designed to be comfortable and versatile, the Bell Sequence Helmet is the ideal choice for the cyclist who wants to ride everythin...g under the sun. The Sequence is built with In-Mold technology, which ensures strength by bonding the outer shell to the liner. This also allows Bell to construct a lighter helmet with enhanced ventilation without sacrificing strength. The Sequence features 24 vents that are strategically positioned to manage airflow, keeping your entire head cool. Bell also includes a repositionable visor for some added protection against the elements. And you'll be able to dial in a precise fit with the Sequence's cam-lock strap adjusters and TAG (or Twin Axis Gear) retention adjustment system. Read More

Bell
$79.95 at CompetitiveCyclist

Designed to be comfortable and versatile, the Bell Sequence Helmet is the ideal choice for the cyclist who wants to ride everythin...g under the sun. The Sequence is built with In-Mold technology, which ensures strength by bonding the outer shell to the liner. This also allows Bell to construct a lighter helmet with enhanced ventilation without sacrificing strength. The Sequence features 24 vents that are strategically positioned to manage airflow, keeping your entire head cool. Bell also includes a repositionable visor for some added protection against the elements. And you'll be able to dial in a precise fit with the Sequence's cam-lock strap adjusters and TAG (or Twin Axis Gear) retention adjustment system. Read More

Bell
$79.95 at CompetitiveCyclist

Designed to be comfortable and versatile, the Bell Sequence Helmet is the ideal choice for the cyclist who wants to ride everythin...g under the sun. The Sequence is built with In-Mold technology, which ensures strength by bonding the outer shell to the liner. This also allows Bell to construct a lighter helmet with enhanced ventilation without sacrificing strength. The Sequence features 24 vents that are strategically positioned to manage airflow, keeping your entire head cool. Bell also includes a repositionable visor for some added protection against the elements. And you'll be able to dial in a precise fit with the Sequence's cam-lock strap adjusters and TAG (or Twin Axis Gear) retention adjustment system. Read More

Ibis
$2,999.99 at CompetitiveCyclist

At the heart of Ibis' Tranny 29 Special Blend Complete Mountain Bike is a feature called the Slot Machine, which governs chainstay... length, adjusting it by up to 15mm. The Slot Machine lets you customize the bike's rear triangle for whatever set up you want to run. Short, nimble chain stays for a properly tensioned single speed chain; longer stays to accommodate a front derailleur -- the Tranny is always one step away from fulfilling your dreams. Both triangles are made from monocoque carbon, so whether you run it with the Shimano double drivetrain it's spec'd with or make the leap to a singlespeed setup, the Tranny takes advantage of its 29er pedigree by embracing speed without wasting watts due to high weight or low stiffness. The bottom bracket rides low for stability taking berms at speed and the thin seatstays and oversized chainstays stress comfortable compliance and stiff efficiency, respectively. The bike's Deore build is supplemented with a Race Face Respond crankset, and Stan's NoTubes' ZTR Arch Rapid wheels keep it rolling steady and tube-free. The Ibis cockpit components are dependable additions that keep the price reasonable without feeling like a downgrade, and the build is finished with a 100mm X-Fusion Slide RL fork. Read More

Giro
$59.95 at CompetitiveCyclist

The Reverb Helmet may resemble ye olde Giro helmets from the 1990s--that golden age of cycling when fluo was in style for the firs...t time--but its body is sleeker, its weight is lower, and its impact absorbing EPS foam padding is updated with In-Mold technology to be impact-absorbier. Giro has also taken the liberty of adding a hat bill so you don't have to ruin your vintage cap with sweat stains and road grime. Read More

Ibis
$2,999.99 at CompetitiveCyclist

At the heart of Ibis' Tranny 29 Special Blend Complete Mountain Bike is a feature called the Slot Machine, which governs chainstay... length, adjusting it by up to 15mm. The Slot Machine lets you customize the bike's rear triangle for whatever set up you want to run. Short, nimble chain stays for a properly tensioned single speed chain; longer stays to accommodate a front derailleur -- the Tranny is always one step away from fulfilling your dreams. Both triangles are made from monocoque carbon, so whether you run it with the Shimano double drivetrain it's spec'd with or make the leap to a singlespeed setup, the Tranny takes advantage of its 29er pedigree by embracing speed without wasting watts due to high weight or low stiffness. The bottom bracket rides low for stability taking berms at speed and the thin seatstays and oversized chainstays stress comfortable compliance and stiff efficiency, respectively. The bike's Deore build is supplemented with a Race Face Respond crankset, and Stan's NoTubes' ZTR Arch Rapid wheels keep it rolling steady and tube-free. The Ibis cockpit components are dependable additions that keep the price reasonable without feeling like a downgrade, and the build is finished with a 100mm X-Fusion Slide RL fork. Read More

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