16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)
Let your little star become a cycling warrior with Norco's Samurai. It features a rugged aluminum frame adorned with durable components designed to handle all the crazy maneuvers he's sure to put it through. Sure-stopping linear-pull brakes make sure he can stop when he needs to.
The SCOTT Roxter 16 is a truly functional bike for smaller riders who like a race-inspired style. It's got an alloy frame and steel fork decked out in cool rockets and planets. A front V-brake, rear coaster brake, and single gearing make for a simple setup. The chain is safely covered by a chainguard, and the bike comes with a kickstand and bell.
The Hedgehog is a preschooler’s "do anything" bike. Kids ride this rig to drop stairs, tackle trails, race BMX and hunt for caterpillars in the neighborhood. This bike’s light weight, modern geometry and medium gear ratio make it a nimble climber. Hedgehog's low center of gravity makes it easy for kids to control. Don’t be surprised if your son or daughter learns to balance standing on the Hedgehog’s top tube. Fit: First time riders feel safest with their bottom on the saddle and their feet flat on the ground. That's how a child with an 18" inseam will fit the Hedgehog with the seat post dropped as low as possible. Once kids get more comfortable on two wheels, they'll want to sit on the saddle with the balls of their feet on the ground. Thus, a confident rider with a 17" inseam and a first-time rider with a 19" inseam may both feel comfortable with the same set-up on their Hedgehogs.
When it comes to having fun on two wheels, sometimes “simple” is where it’s at. Scott’s Scale 16 gets your kid out having a blast in no time with one speed to drive the fun, strong linear-pull hand brakes, and grippy Kenda tires to keep it rolling on pavement and dirt, alike. Its aluminum construction is lightweight yet durable enough to be handed down to a younger sibling again and again. And, a full chainguard with cool mountain bike graphics keeps shoes and clothes clean while making for safer riding all day long.
The Ninja 16-inch is a perfect first bike or a step-up from a smaller bike. Equipped with both coaster brakes and a rear V-brake, as well as removable training wheels, the Ninja gives young riders the stability and control to build confidence and skills. The lightweight aluminum frame has lower standover to fit smaller riders, so kids can begin to experience the fun and adventure only found on two wheels.
The SCOTT Contessa 16 has Scott's classic trendy Contessa look, as well as a very low standover height. In addition to 16-inch wheels, it features the simplicity of a rear wheel coaster brake combined with a front V-brake. The chain cover keeps greasy parts hidden as well as covers up moving parts, and an included bell and kickstand add to the fun!
There will be no disguising the fact that she loves riding her Norco Mirage. With a lightweight frame, a killer paint job, and sturdy 16-inch wheels, she'll be tearing up paths and sidewalks like a pro. Smooth, powerful linear-pull brakes will fit just right for little hands, and a supportive saddle from Norco will keep her comfortable for hours.
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