The Metric 24 is for kids ready to go farther. The Metric 24 is a 24-inch bike designed for kids ready to adventure beyond the neighborhood. This durable aluminum bike rolls fast and is lightweight to easily lift onto a bike rack. Just like our adult-size flat bar road bikes, the Metric 24 features flat bars, signature Diamondback design, and quality Shimano parts. Soft rubber handlebar grips and a Diamondback Jr. Padded Road bike seat keep young riders comfortable on longer rides, while smooth-rolling 24x1.75-inch tires let them keep up with their crew. The Metric 24 does double-duty as a ride to school and as a weekend getaway machine to cruise the bike path or explore around town with friends or family.
The Division is built for the kid that wants to conquer the streets. Mountain bike-inspired geometry and components, like a 1x7 drivetrain and mechanical disc brakes, are reliable from trails to trips to the store with the family. These are the bikes that will inspire the next generation of riders to ride everything, everywhere, all the time. For the kid who doesn't want to be confined to the sidewalk, the Division 24 will open up a world of awesome possibilities. Whether it's quick trips to the park or friends' houses, rides to school, or riding around town with their crew, the Division 24 can handle whatever pavement comes their way. Made for kids 9 to 12 years old or 54"-61" in height, this do-it-all bike is super-slick and super-fun! An urban assault bike, it eats bumps for breakfast and gobbles curbs for lunch. Like a mountain bike made for the city street, the Division 24 is the ultimate multiuse kids bike. Designed with a lightweight frame and rigid alloy fork, the Division 24 is light enough to lift up the stairs to school but durable enough for hardcore street use. Featuring 7 gears and mechanical disc brakes, this bike is smooth shifting and low maintenance with serious braking power for wet and dirty conditions. Big, wide tires roll over almost anything in their path.
$625.00 $675.00 7% Off
Get your start on the new Hatch 2 hardtail trail bike. At home on dirt, gravel, and pavement, the Hatch 2 keeps the adventure going when it's time to explore the path less travelled. To give you the ideal balance of stability and easy handling, the Hatch features Progressive Wheel Sizing, using the wheel size that best matches the rider size. A 100mm travel fork and grippy 2.25-inch wide knobby tires help you easily roll over bumps and potholes with confidence. With 21 gear combinations at your fingertips, you'll always find a comfortable pedaling pace, and Tektro mechanical disc brakes provide reliable stopping power. Own your adventure without breaking the bank on the Hatch. Wheel Size X-Small – Small: 27.5-inch Medium – X-Large: 29-inch
Take on the streets with the Metric 1. Riding the line between a lightweight, nimble road bike for speed and a mountain bike for sturdy, stable handling in a more upright position, the Metric 1 makes a great city bike or commuter bike. Whether you are looking for a fun ride down the local greenway or through the city on your way to work, the Metric 1 is your perfect companion. The 700c wheels and custom alloy frame keep the ride quick and efficient while flat handlebars give you that mountain bike stability. This all-around street bike offers fast and smooth 35c tires that are wide enough to tackle any obstacles the pavement throws at you. With a Shimano Acera 8 speed drivetrain, rack and fender mounts, and strong double-wall wheels, you'll always be equipped for your next adventure.
$1,325.00 $1,375.00 4% Off
Reliable, affordable, and capable of nearly erasing roots and rocks. We love hardtails, but there's no denying the benefits of full-suspension mountain bikes—the added comfort and control. Unfortunately, dualies often add another thing: more dollar signs to the price tag. That's not the case here. The Atroz utilizes sealed cartridge bearings in an understated single-pivot design to deliver smooth, durable performance. The Atroz 2 ups the ante with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Suntour air-sprung rear suspension and an easy-to-operate single-ring drivetrain—features you usually find on bikes with a whole lot more dollar signs on their price tags.
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