Kids grow up quick, and if your little one has outgrown their current ride and is looking for a new ride, choices abound. You wouldn't settle for a bike that'll hold you back so why would you subject your kid to that. Watch their confidence and coordination improve as they master gears with the Cleary Bikes Owl 20in 3 Speed Kids' Bike. Lightweight construction and reliable components create a bike that's ready to guide your little shredder around the neighborhood, bike path, and trails as they explore on two wheels.The Owl frame is built to withstand anything your kid can dish out, and its geometry is optimized to position smaller riders between the bar and the saddle creating a bike that ideally responds to steering inputs while remaining stable. A reinforced steel fork adds durability without the weight. Cleary wisely chooses a 3-speed internal gear rear hub to perform shifting duties. First, there isn't a derailleur to bend or break. Second, there are only three gears so it isn't overwhelming and they can shift without pedaling. It's a feature we're sure young riders will appreciate as they learn the ropes of riding with gears.Compared to Cleary Bikes' other offerings, the Owl features larger grips, handlebars, and brake levers than the Starfish and Gecko balance bike models. It also best fits young adventurers with an inseam measurement between 19 and 23in, and unlike Cleary's Meerkat model, it gives young riders the chance to master their bike handling skills before introducing the concepts of more gear ratios with a derailleur and bigger wheels.
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