JETT 16 SINGLESPEED
Kids move fast, and grow faster. At times, it can seem like there’s a small window for the perfect bike fit. The right bike for a young rider is a delicate balance between too small, too big, and a short-lived just right. If we’re going to inspire the next generation of riders, we need to keep kids comfortably riding longer.
The Jett is designed so that you’ll never fear the growth spurts. We did our homework to understand how kids grow—spoiler alert, kids’ arms and legs grow more rapidly than their torso. We took to the books and designed a bike with child-specific touch points that withstand the development of young riders. The Jett is uniquely adjustable, perfectly proportional, and child-liftable—you’ll always be set to Jett.
The Jett Single Speed features an adjustable handlebar that allows kids to fine tune reach as their arms grow. The narrower saddle and grips were informed by a Retül study on kids to be the appropriately size—with handbrakes on both the 16” and 20”. And what’s more, we designed the frame and reviewed every component to make the Jett one of the lightest bikes on the market. You’re going to have to beg them to get off this bike.
The balance bike is the easiest way to teach a toddler to ride a bike. When comfortable, they'll transition directly to a two wheel bike without training wheels.
After they've mastered the kick bike, they might switch over to a 12" starter bike.
Height: 3’ 0” - 3’ 3”
Once they’ve got their balance, kids can control their speed with a mix of pedal work and braking.
Height: 3’ 1” - 3’ 6”
Now that balance is second nature when riding, riders learn to pedal while managing their speed with handbrakes.
Height: 3’ 6” - 4’ 4”
Here is where the riders put it all together. Now that they’ve mastered balancing, steering, and braking, they’re ready to shift gears and take on new hills and valleys.
Height: 4’ 1” - 4’ “
My first adult bike. When your little one isn't so little anymore, they can transition to an adult bike with a smaller wheel size.
Height: 4' 3" to 4' 9"
When your child is over 12 years old, they're ready for a standard adult bike typically.
Height: 4' 8" to 5' 5"