One of our favorite websites, Two Wheeling Tots, has published a wonderfully detailed review of our Cleary Gecko. Below are some of the highlights.
A well-built, thoughtfully designed 12″ bike is hard to come by. With limited space for cranks and pedals and with tiny legs to maneuver them, most 12″ bikes are poorly designed, hard to ride and are generally a waste of time. As a result, we never recommended 12″ pedal bikes, until now.
The Cleary Hedgehog was featured in Mountain Flyer Magazine
The Cleary Owl was field tested by Bicycle Times Magazine. Here are a few excerpts from the article:
Our friends at Bike Rumor did a review of our selection of kids mountain bikes. Here is an excerpt from the article:
Remember that feeling of freedom as a kid? Bikes empower kids to learn about our world in a way that is free of a screen. Cleary Bikes recognizes that kids become engaged when they have the independence to ride around wherever they choose.
Designed to be fun, not stressful and scary, Cleary bikes roll smooth, quiet and provide a thrill for kids. The 4 bikes that have really cool names, Owl, Hedgehog, Gecko and Starfish. The intent with the bikes was to make them simple enough to last through the abuse a kid can inflict, yet also be enough of a “real bike” to teach them proper riding techniques and keep the weight down.
Click on the links below to see more articles and press on Cleary Bikes.