Cannondale Trail 20 2020 Kids Bike

Cannondale Trail 20 2020 Kids Bike

informative price £300.00

Cannondale Trail 20 2020 Kids Bike from Kids Bikes category

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About the Cannondale Trail 20With their ultra-light alloy frames, vibration-absorbing seat stays, lightweight components and race-inspired graphics, Cannondale Kids’ bikes are engineered to pass something truly valuable on to the next generation… the love of the ride. These ultralight, durable and beautiful frames provide a ride like no other. Especially with kids’ bikes the lighter it is, the easier it is to ride. To give our little rippers every advantage over gravity, we complement our beautifully crafted aluminium framesets with premium lightweight alloy components.Maximum Trail Fun with the amazing grip and comfortable ride of its big tires, this lightweight rig makes trail riding fun and easy.About the BrandCannondale have come a long way since their birth in a crowded loft above a pickle factory in 1971. From introducing the cycling industry's first bicycle trailer, the Bugger, and added successful cycling apparel and accessory lines while earning a strong reputation for innovation and quality. Cannondale introduced its first bicycle, a Touring model, in 1983. They raised the cycling world's eyebrows by building their bicycles around handcrafted, oversized aluminium frames that were both lighter and more flex-resistant than the steel models that dominated the industry at the time. In the last 14 years, Cannondale won five Giro d'Italia Maglia Rosas and most recently won the Giro d'Iltalia and the Vuelta a Espana in one single year!Bike Sizing Choosing the bike size depends on the type of bike, your height, your riding style, and your preference. A correct fitting bike will be more comfortable, more efficient and more fun to ride. This bike size guide gives our customers general advice on choosing the right size. It is a guide only and we always recommend visiting one of our stores or contacting one of our experts.MTB Sizing GuideMountain Bike Buying Guide