12-year-old Dane Jewett shreds with Carson Storch, Thomas Vanderham, & Remi Gauvin.
Seth Sherlock was shredding an Intense at 10 years old... And now he's on the Intense Factory Team!
Yep, there's a good chance that Kovarik Racing's groms shred harder than you.
There's a good chance you've seen this one with over 1 million views on this site... Jackson Goldstone run bikes to Kindergarten.
No one sends the Whistler Bike Park harder on closing weekend bigger than the local groms. Prepare to have your mind blown!
9-year-old Anthony Shelly and 10-year-old Dane Jewett shredding the Whistler Bike Park!
Harry Schofield is one to watch. In this video, at age 9, he flipped his 24-inch trail bike.
7-year-old Tya comes home from school in a dress, quickly changes into a full face and hits some serious terrain
Crosby takes a cue from Jackson Goldstone with this rowdy commute to Kindergarten...
Malcolm is four years old. Enough said.
10-year-old Harry Schofield in out for a rip on his local trails in Surrey.
Jackson Goldstone five years later, hitting the mega ramp at Woodward.
7-year-old twins conquer the Austrian Alps on 24" hardtails.
6 years old and slaying the Whistler Bike Park... We can't wait to be doing the same...
12-year-old Weston Lloyd enjoying the last few days of Fall in Salt Lake City.
This wild bunch looks like they're having way too much fun!
Sombrio's Marketing Manager, Ashley Turk arranged a little surprise for Dane Jewett and some of the other Spawn team riders during a trip to Coast Gravity Park in Sechelt, BC when they got to ride with the Bulldog himself.
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Beware making the jump to MTB, as most of the "good" brand kid's bikes are heavy and suck. Look to some of the kid-specific brands like Trailcraft, Woom, Prevelo, and Spawn. Vitus also makes a nice kid's bike. YT, Commencal, and a bunch of the other brands are starting to make sweet ones as well, but a lot of they are fairly heavy and built more for shuttle laps and days in the park than "trail" than involves much uphill.