18-Inch (4-7 yr. old)
Haro's Shredder 18 is perfect for young riders graduating from a smaller bike, but who aren't quite ready for a 20-incher. The lightweight aluminum frame is easy to pedal around and shakes off the knocks of childhood. It’s got both a hand brake and a coaster brake, perfect for getting the hang of braking, and it comes with a full pad set.
When your little ripper's ready for a big-kid's bike, the Shredder 18 delivers. With an alloy frame that's scaled down to retain the same feel of bigger bikes, and junior-sized components that fit just right, the Shredder 18 encourages your little guy to ride more. A full matching pad set and coaster brake add a touch of safety, and the 18-inch alloy wheels, rear V-brake, and riser handlebar give the Shredder a legit look and quality ride.
GT's Performer is pretty much the bike that introduced freestyle to the world almost 30 years ago. This pint-sized version promises to take your grom's skills to a new level, just like the original did a whole generation ago. The 18-inch wheels are a great transitional size, letting young riders progress their way to a full-sized ride down the road. Boasting a steel frame and stout aluminum wheels, the Performer is ready to carry out the craziest of tricks. And it comes with class-defining BMX specs like 3-piece tubular-chromoly cranks, 25/9 micro gearing with a 1-piece driver, and plastic pedals. The torch has been passed.
For smaller rippers, Haro's Downtown 18 is the perfect step between their kids' bike and a full-size BMX rig. Haro packed all the freestyle fun of their larger bikes into this reliable steel frame and spec’d it for pint-sized fun on 18-inch wheels. While small in stature, the Downtown's geometry and feel is the same that your kids will have when they graduate to a 20-inch bike. Plus, this mini rig features all the gear the y need for riding the park and the trails, like burly 3-piece chromoly cranks, grippy Kenda tires, and a powerful rear U-brake.
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