Raleigh's Cadent 24 takes your young ripper to the next level of riding by introducing them to a bigger bike that still handles like a smaller bike. Its lightweight aluminum frame and fork roll on 24-inch wheels, which ensure easy handling and fun speed. The 7-speed Shimano drivetrain gives your small cyclist the gears to keep up with mom and dad, and the twist shifter is simple to use with smaller hands. Top it off with easy-to-reach linear-pull brakes, and you've got an ideal rig to get your growing rider to the next level.
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The 27.5-inch wheels on Raleigh's Eva 4 translate to a perfect blend of off-road speed and control. You'll climb and descend with ease thanks to its women’s-specific aluminum frame, 100mm of front suspension, and fast, smooth, responsive wheelset. Stopping is easy even in sloppy conditions with the powerful Tektro disc brakes. Plus, the sweet-shifting Shimano 27-speed drivetrain makes the most of your momentum, while the race-proven Kenda Honey Badger tires grip great even in the loose stuff. Wherever your ride takes you, the Eva is ready.
The Jazzi 16 is the perfect gateway for a girl who is 3-5 years old and preparing for her first “big kid” bike. Made for kids between 39” & 45” tall, the aluminum frame is lightweight to make getting started easy, but durable enough to survive the learning process. Coaster brakes keep it simple and take the confusion out of learning to stop – simply push the pedals backwards and the brake is applied. Training wheels are included for learning balance, but can be removed when your little one is ready to ride without help. Fun colors and great patterns will have her experiencing the thrill of riding a bike in style.
When your little girl is ready to graduate from the push bike or training wheels to a big girl bike with pedals AND two kinds of brakes, the Jazzi 20 is more than ready to oblige. Designed for girls ages 4-8 years old between 3’8”-4’4” in height, the Jazzi 20 is made with a lightweight aluminum step-thru frame for easy on and off and it’s bright, fun colors are sure to spark her excitement. Designed to help young riders learn to stop smoothly and effectively, the Jazzi 20 gives her two ways to stop: 1) coaster brakes (what she may be used to if she had a bike with training wheels previously), and 2) v-brakes or hand brakes (for her to practice stopping like mommy and daddy). The Jazzi 20 is a single speed (no shifting required) to keep it simple while she learns to master those brakes. A padded seat and soft grips keep her comfy while wide tires give her stability. The painted chain guard also protects her little legs and pants. Get her jazzed for bike riding on the Jazzi 20.
Jazz up your little one's style with Raleigh's Jazzi 20! Quality construction and cool colors combine in this sweet, fun bicycle. It features a tough aluminum frame that can take most anything a youngster can dish out. Its low top tube allows for easy on/off and the 20-inch wheels and quality components are built to last. Plus, the coaster brake and front hand brake setup make the transition to bigger bikes easier and safer.
Designed for mastering the backstreets of the urban jungle, the Back Alley is a fixed gear single speed steel bike made with equal parts artistry and attitude. It features riser handlebars that put the rider in a more upright riding position to spot and dodge obstacles ahead, BMX-style grips, a steel frame and fork, fixed/free capabilities (to run as a single speed or fixed gear), as well as removable brake hardware/cable guides for a clean look. The Back Alley was inspired by Nelson Vails—the first African-American cyclist to win an Olympic Medal in cycling. Created by Raleigh in collaboration with Nelson and his best friend, famous graffiti artist, Zephyr, the Back Alley’s story actually takes place before Nelson’s Olympic days when he rode fixed gear bikes as a messenger in NYC. The frame features meaningful original illustrations by Zephyr including Nelson’s signature Converse Chuck Taylor Hi Tops, an iconic dime (what Nelson used to call his messenger service for the location of his next job), the flag of the Checkered Cab (onto which Nelson grabbed bumpers to catch rides), the notorious TOGA bike shop (where messengers hung out), and Cat’s Paw Hill in Central Park (where the crew met to ride and skate), among others.
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