Your little one might love to ride, but that doesn't mean they'll be doing Trans-Provence this summer. That's why we made our Hotrock 24 with plenty of gear range to tackle any hill they come across, and enough front-end travel to ride trails confidently.
The Hotrock 24 also features a lightweight and tough A1 premium aluminum frame that's designed to take a hit while they find their legs on the pump track. Chatter and bumps, meanwhile, are handled by the coil-sprung SR Suntour fork's 50mm of travel.
The Hotrock is loaded with a host of components that are plenty tough enough to stand up to any pedal-happy grom, so you can rest assured that you'll be spending more time riding with your kid and less time waiting in line at the repair counter.
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"