MTBR Review – Best Kids Bike

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A real bicycle in every sense, the Cleary Gecko 12 has front and rear brakes, the option for a freewheel that a child can quickly turn over, and crankarms that will not scrape when pedaling through turns. Available in Very Orange, Cool Moss Green, Sorta Pink and Deep Blue, the bike weights 15 pounds with the freewheel option, or 17 pounds with a coaster wheel. The Gecko 12 also comes with a compact vegan leather saddle with integrated seat post designed to accommodate the earliest of early riders. Best fit for riders with 15″ to 18″ inseam

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Cleary Gecko 12

cleary bikes gecko 12 inch kids bike

A real bicycle in every sense, the Cleary Gecko 12 has front and rear brakes, the option for a freewheel that a child can quickly turn over, and crankarms that will not scrape when pedaling through turns. Available in Very Orange, Cool Moss Green, Sorta Pink and Deep Blue, the bike weights 15 pounds with the freewheel option, or 17 pounds with a coaster wheel. The Gecko 12 also comes with a compact vegan leather saddle with integrated seat post designed to accommodate the earliest of early riders. Best fit for riders with 15″ to 18″ inseam

 

Cleary Owl 20” 3-Speed

cleary bikes owl 24 inch 5 speed kids bike

Watch their confidence and coordination improve as your kid masters gears with the Cleary Bikes Owl 20” 3-Speed. Lightweight construction and reliable components create a bike that’s ready to guide your little shredder around the neighborhood, bike path, and trails as they explore on two wheels. The Owl frame is built to withstand anything your kid can dish out, and its geometry is optimized to position smaller riders between the bar and the saddle creating a bike that ideally responds to steering inputs while remaining stable.

A reinforced steel fork adds durability without the weight. Cleary wisely chooses a 3-speed internal gear rear hub to perform shifting duties. First, there isn’t a derailleur to bend or break. Second, there are only three gears so it isn’t overwhelming and they can shift without pedaling. It’s a feature we’re sure young riders will appreciate as they learn the ropes of riding with gears. Best fits young adventurers with an inseam measurement between 19” to 23”.

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We’ve Got a Winner! Video Contest for the Days at Home

From littlest riders sending ride-ons down ramps, to scavenger hunts and so many Princess Bride quotes, the entries were amazing! We had the hardest time selecting a winner — honestly, they were all great. But without further ado, our vote for the prize goes to this one:

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Cool write up in Mountain Flyer about kids adventuring on their Cleary’s in Crested Butte

Junior Bike Week in Crested Butte, Colorado, is growing up to be the biggest kids’ bike party on the planet—and very likely the only multiday festival that’s 100 percent focused on youth. Originally started as Junior Crested Butte Bike Week in 2016, the event is held in conjunction with the oldest and one of the wildest bike shindigs in America, Crested Butte Bike Week.

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PSI: Why It’s Especially Important for Kids Bikes

Air filled tires are simple and amazing invention, so much so that today we take them for granted. But before Scottish inventor John Boyd Dunlop invented the pneumatic tire we were all suffering through cobblestones and rough roads on solid rubber, wooden or metal tires. Think of a horse drawn cart, with its rigid wooden and steel wheel. That’s how uncomfortable early bicycles were. 

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