It seems like it was just yesterday when your little one was born and now she is ready to ride her first bike. The Jazzi 12 is the ideal bike for girls 2-4 years old who are new to riding on two wheels and are excited to put power to the pedals. The durable steel frame is made for kids between 32" and 40" tall who want to get their first taste of riding. Removable training wheels can be used to learn balance, but taken off when your little one is ready for a two-wheeled adventure. Coaster brakes are easy to master – simply push the pedals backward and the bike slows to a stop. The chain guard will keep pant legs from getting caught in the chain making sure that the fun doesn’t stop due to torn pants. The Jazzi 12 is the perfect way for her to get the aroma of freedom that bikes bring.
The Raleigh Addison steel heritage road bike is a budget-friendly take on classic Raleigh style. The Addison features women’s-specific sizing and touchpoints to let you go the distance in comfort. Whether you are looking to log miles or make it your commuter bike, you’ll look as good as you feel riding the Addison. Aluminum double wall wheels are sturdy and built to last. They’re shod with wide Clement Strada 700x28c tires, which smooth out bumps in the road and add extra stability. Extras include rack and fender mounts so you can haul your gear and stay dry year-round. Ride to your heart’s content on the Addison.
Designed for street riding and track racing, Raleigh’s Teaba is a fixed gear single speed steel bike with higher-end componentry for serious riders. It was inspired by Nelson Vails—the first African-American cyclist to win an Olympic Medal in cycling, but whose roots are in the bike messenger world. This bike boasts a lightweight alloy frame, carbon fork, FSA stem and seat post, and fixed/free capabilities (to run as a single speed or fixed gear), as well as removable brake hardware/cable guides for a clean, finished look. The Teaba comes with bullhorn pursuit bars and toe clips (for legal racing), an extra set of riser bars to swap out for riding around town, and extra brake levers and grips. The frame features meaningful original illustrations by Vails’ best friend and graffiti artist, Zephyr.
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