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Raleigh Lil Push Girls
29% Savings
Raleigh's Lil’ Push is the ideal first bike for a young girl who is ready to learn cycling basics. This push bikes helps little ones learn the necessary balance and control before graduation to a “big kid” bike and ensures the first experience with bikes is a fun one.
Raleigh Jazzi 12
7% Savings
Raleigh's Jazzi 12 starts your young one on the right track to a lifelong love of bikes! Quality construction and cool colors combine in this sweet, fun bicycle. The tough aluminum frame can take most anything your little one can dish out, while its low top tube allows for easy on/off. The 12-inch wheels and quality components are built to last. Plus, the coaster brake ensures control and easy stopping.
Raleigh Jazzi 12
It seems like it was just yesterday when your little one was born and now she is ready to ride her first bike. The Jazzi 12 is the ideal bike for girls 2-4 years old who are new to riding on two wheels and are excited to put power to the pedals. The durable steel frame is made for kids between 32" and 40" tall who want to get their first taste of riding. Removable training wheels can be used to learn balance, but taken off when your little one is ready for a two-wheeled adventure. Coaster brakes are easy to master – simply push the pedals backward and the bike slows to a stop. The chain guard will keep pant legs from getting caught in the chain making sure that the fun doesn’t stop due to torn pants. The Jazzi 12 is the perfect way for her to get the aroma of freedom that bikes bring.
Raleigh MXR 12
Raleigh's rough 'n ready MXR 12 is just the ticket for introducing your young one to the great world of cycling. You'll appreciate the durable steel frame, heavy-duty training wheels, 12-inch wheels, and protective pads. They'll love the fun ride, cool graphics, and racy BMX look. The MXR 12 is one sweet ride and sturdy enough to be handed down, too.
Raleigh MXR 12
The Raleigh MXR 12 is the ideal first bike for kids who are excited to put power to the pedals. The durable steel frame can take the bumps and tumbles that come with learning to ride. Removable training wheels can be used to learn balance and then taken off when your little one is ready to go it alone on two wheels. Coaster brakes are easy to master — simply push the pedals backward and the bike slows to a stop. A chain guard keeps pant legs and skin safe from grime and harm. Give kids their first taste of the freedom that can only be found on a bike with the MXR 12.
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