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Great Kid's Bikes

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Trek builds their kids' bikes to ride better, last longer, and carry kids safely to more adventures, whether they're just getting started on two wheels or are ready to hit the race circuit. And they are loaded with super-smart features, like their exclusive Dialed Fit system that allows the bike to grow along with its young rider.

  • Dialed Fit components

          Handlebars, saddle, grips, pedals... every point where your kid touches the bike has been Dialed for optimal size and adjustability.


  • Dialed Fit frame

    Frame and fork have been Dialed to fit kids right from the start, and to keep pace as they grow.


  • Quality, built in

    The same Trek quality you know and love applies to all our kids’ bikes.


  • Safe riding

    Proper fit and quality build mean easier starting, easier stopping, and safer riding.

    Trek MT 60 GirlsTrek MT 220 Boys BikeMT 200 Boy's BikeTrek Jet 20Trek Mystic 16 Kids Bike

     

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http://www.bikes.com/en/stories/gullyvers-travels-episode-one

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