24 Kids' Bikes from the Descend Youth Mini Downhill

May 3, 2021 at 14:20
by Nick Bentley  


With the Descend Youth Mini Downhill open to only riders aged 13 or younger, it means we all get to enjoy 24 rad kid's bikes from this event.

Erin Reid s Isla Bike
Erin Reid's Isla Bike

Ashton Croft s Norco Fluid
Ashton Croft's Norco Fluid

Jacob Marsh s Norco Fluid FS 1
Jacob Marsh's Norco Fluid FS 1

Josh Findlay s Commencal Clash Junior 27.5
Josh Findlay's Commencal Clash Junior 27.5

Max Ryczer s Kona Stinky 24
Max Ryczer's Kona Stinky 24

Xavier Watts Commencal Clash 24
Xavier Watts' Commencal Clash 24

Edward Jones Propain Yuma 24
Edward Jones' Propain Yuma 24

Thomas Hawkins Saracen Myst
Thomas Hawkins' Saracen Myst

Adam Bath s Saracen Myst
Adam Bath's Saracen Myst

Adam Vines Norco Fluid 24
Adam Vines' Norco Fluid 24

Arron Brannan s Cube Stereo Rookie
Arron Brannan's Cube Stereo Rookie

Richard Rae s Scott Ransom
Richard Rae's Scott Ransom

Macie McCarthy s Juliana Roubion
Macie McCarthy's Juliana Roubion

Kobe Tetley s Early Rider Hellion X 24
Kobe Tetley's Early Rider Hellion X 24

Bradley Hebson s Trek Fuel EX
Bradley Hebson's Trek Fuel EX

Leo Ransom s Orange Five
Leo Ransom's Orange Five

Freddie Hall s Transition Sentinel
Freddie Hall's Transition Sentinel

Reid Simpson s Santa Cruz Nomad CC
Reid Simpson's Santa Cruz Nomad CC

Olivia Taylor s Mondraker Summum
Olivia Taylor's Mondraker Summum

Jack Goodwin s Specialised Demo 8
Jack Goodwin's Specialised Demo 8

Alexander Ryan s Santa Cruz Fifty10
Alexander Ryan's Santa Cruz Fifty10

Ty Simpson s Beast
Ty Simpson's Beast

Thor Simpson s MiniBeast
Thor Simpson's MiniBeast

Noah Killeen s Trek Remedy 9.9 RSL
Noah Killeen's Trek Remedy 9.9 RSL



147 Comments

  • 151 59
 Kids these days.. if i could afford to give my kid a Yeti, i would still give them a Huffy until they could go buy their own.
  • 66 11
 And let them pay for every broken part or sliced tube until they are really stoked on bikes and about riding with dad -oh wait.
  • 155 22
 Why ? My lad has a 2016 SWorks enduro. He does massive gaps and is racing in this series in Sept. He loves riding his bike and him and his mates put in as many hours digging as they do jumping... Nothing wrong with treating your kids, being mean to them doesn't encourage them to get better, supporting them physically, emotionally and with kit, that does.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqAC8kqt2yg
  • 28 3
 or buy a good value good quality bike with a good resale value to have fun and stuff, but i guess this would be too easy
  • 122 3
 Disagree... I'm not putting my 11, 8 and 4 year olds on janky bikes that will yield a potentially poor riding experience, not to mention the possibility of us having to walk it out of the woods. They don't get S-Works bikes, they're usually second hand and they help me build them up and also pass them down to their siblings (because you can do that with a quality bike). But it's unrealistic to expect an 8 year old to buy a proper MTB when adults struggle to do that themselves.

And FWIW, they don't have video game consoles, social media or any of that other stuff so yea... I'll buy them a proper MTB. If that means I'm over-indulgent, so be it.
  • 77 0
 @Chadimac22: In my defence, we only paid £1500 for the Sworks. He doesn't get pocket money, anything we would normally give, goes on uplift days and bike stuff. People pay £50 for Xbox games for their kids, i pay for a day at Bike Park Wales... it's all good... You simply cannot beat times on a trail with your lad, it's incredible. Especially once they get to the stage where they now destroy you on the descents but still say "daddy you're doing really well" hahahahaa.
  • 94 2
 Silly comment. My son rides his heart out so why wouldnt i want to get him a bike he deserves.
Thats his norco pictured above, he placed 8th out of 16 on monday in the 10 and under...he is only 7. His face after racing was worth the money

www.instagram.com/jacobbmx125
  • 12 0
 @dirtydozen: f*ck yeah! That's what its about man.
  • 19 0
 We're a serious lot on here sometimes, aren't we?
  • 19 0
 @weeksy59: Nice, your son landed nicely.

I got my 8 year old daughter a nice 24" Rocky Mountain this year, she loves it, appreciates it, and you spend more outdoor time with the kids (considering she was once scarred of every single flying bug and spent hours on youtube indoors).

However the Saracen Mysts with the 40's on them may be a bit overkill LOL
  • 2 0
 @weeksy59: Totaly agree!
  • 2 0
 @weeksy59: looks rad mate, keep up the family shreds
  • 4 0
 @weeksy59: Totally get it. I arbitrarily threw out the "S-Works" label as a general expression of "the most expensive bike possible". But if I could find a used 26" in a XS frame size, I'd snatch it up as well.
  • 8 1
 @dirtydozen: that makes total sense and the Norco is a rad bike for your kid. He absolutely deserves it and good on him for being stoked.

I think the comment was more aimed at the parents flexing with the factory/world cup level Saracen and mondraker rigs....
  • 5 1
 @weeksy59: old enough to beat you but still calls you daddy, ouch.
  • 6 0
 When I were a lad.... If kids back up their rigs with skills and big balls riding that make me feel inadequate, then they deserve it. If they're more interested in the cost than the value, that's a different story. But these guys are racing, they shouldn't be on a Raleigh Lizard like I was in 1990.
  • 9 1
 Well that’s a shitty attitude. Cause they will have more fun or be safer on a crap bike then you would? Don’t ask your kids to do anything you wouldn’t willingly do.
  • 3 0
 @watchtower: Only when it's me and him, not when he's with the boys Smile He's almost 13 and completely bonkers.
  • 2 0
 @weeksy59: Hi Weeksy! (*waves from Singletrack)
  • 10 0
 If I had bought my son a shitty bike he’d be riding with me a lot less, riding with friends a lot less, and not enjoying riding nearly as much.
  • 5 3
 Back in the day my dad would make me walk the trails until I got a job and could buy a bike myself.
  • 7 0
 @weeksy59: The most advice I get on how to raise my kids is from people who don’t have kids. Keep doing your thing, sounds like your doing something right.
  • 4 0
 It's racing, so the commitment level is hopefully there from parents and offspring alike.

IMO a shit bike (within reason) is fine to blat about the local spot and learn on (regardless of age) but once you start competing the grams which translate into tenths start to matter as soon as you can understand the principle.

Bonus points for parents who make their kids wash the Swamper after each race. Only fair.
  • 3 0
 @Steventux: Oh yah I believe in kids learning some hard work in trade off for cool stuff. I grew up that way, worked for my folks a lot, never made an "allowance" per say but dad let us have cool things like dirt bikes and such. Then we enjoyed said cool toys as a family.
  • 3 0
 @Chadimac22: I agree.. I go a little cheaper route though.. I buy older decent MTBs and restore them.. I even get them painted in the colour the kid's love.. (more important to my daughter than to my son, tbh). Currently, I am restoring an old TREK Remedy (about 10y old).. but can still be of excellent value.. Maybe the Geometry is a little old but doesn't matter for the kiddos.. Of course, If your kids are semi-pro and do massive stuff, they need proper bikes... But mine are just average Joes like their dad =)

The bikes above are a whole different ball game though.. that would also be above budget for my own ride....
  • 2 0
 But you would still buy yourself a nice bike.... lol. Just like the gentleman mentioned below kids have untapped an unlimited potential, I guess if you’re waiting to find out until they’re older you truly would never know there potential. Good luck with that parenting mentality....
  • 2 0
 I rode my dads 20 year old bike until I could afford to take a loan out from him to buy a new bike.
  • 2 0
 @Chadimac22: +
I do not see any reason why not to justify top of the shelf bike for the kids/spouse who are only entering the sport;

I will provide more pleasant experience for them, will cause you less head ache maintenance wise...
Also for the kids bikes they will fly away of FB marketplace for 3/4 of original price to the next happy family within hours;
  • 1 0
 @weeksy59: I'll bet that the kid riding the Isla is a real hard ass though.
  • 1 0
 @weeksy59: THANK YOU!
  • 1 0
 @nickmalysh: you're not wrong. By the time I find a decent 24" FS bike, my boy will be big enough for a 26er.
  • 4 2
 Dentists wanting their own kids to come in to get their teeth fixed after a crash...
  • 2 1
 Ok boomer
  • 7 0
 I have this argument with my 82 YO dad. And the question i ask is do you want to ride with your kid or will they just be riding with their buds around the block on their CCM/Huffy etc...

If you actually want to ride with your kid then you gotta spend. My son at 8 outclimbs many adults. Not really much different than buying your kid a dirt bike other than he likely will get more exercise. However if you want to ride with your kid and teach the above lesson perhaps downgrade your bike to a huffy and ride with them?????

Now the above bikes were there for a race, do you really think a kid on a rim brake rigid huffy (suspension doesnt work after a day) would be safe on any DH track?
  • 6 0
 My 2nd grader (Last year).
youtu.be/CwnohpCG3EM

Giving him a huffy and watching him try to ride like he does would just be bad parenting. But yeah let's just keep thinking kids dont freaking SHRED. The kids scene is off the chain man. Time to support it instead of telling them to get off the lawn and go ride a 50lb shite bike...because they are a kid.
  • 1 0
 @kingbike2: If that happened today you could report him to childrens aid.
  • 3 0
 @nickmalysh: That was my approach too. I know that my kids are over-bikes, but we have a great time riding as a family. I didn't want any obstacles in the way of this becoming something that we all enjoyed together. Crummy/heavy/draggy vs. nice/light/smooth gear was firmly in my control and I was fortunate enough to have the disposable income.
  • 4 1
 You guys missed it. "IF I could afford to give my kids a yeti". Dudes just broke and bitter about it.
  • 1 0
 I respect your opinion as it’s definitely one way to go.
My 8 yr old is now on a ‘21 Norco Fluid 24 and his riding and enjoyment have gone through the roof!
My 6 year old rides a spawn and she too loves it! It’s LIGHT for her and the quality parts make It safer.
Cheers.
  • 1 0
 @watchtower: for us Dads that’s a badge of honour.
  • 2 0
 @weeksy59: Great comment, ride and have fun. That £1500 will be the best investment ever because MTBing is a lifelong activity unlike lot's of sports (I'm a rugby coach) and certainly Xbox, PlayStations etc.
  • 2 1
 @freeriderayward: I wouldn’t worry dude! Your negativity towards supporting your children in any aspect of life, will see the opposite sex queuing up to start a famil….. oh wait…….
  • 1 0
 @gardino71: Thanks mate... and thanks to all. It's an amazing time as i'm sure some of you know. Day trips to Morzine this year is a part of our family holiday, days out at Bike Park Wales. The trick though is not to push them into things, but to still allow them to grow. Don't become one of the pushy parents standing on the sidelines at a football game screaming at their kid and calling them stupid because they miss a chance to win the game. Encouragement and fun.... that's the priority EVERY time... FUN.
You then have them doing stuff like this... www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoFM6ua76sc
  • 1 0
 @dirtydozen: The bike looks awesome. Really helps their confidence for sure. Looking at the pic Im guessing you slackened the head angle. Looks closer to the sight which is cool.
  • 4 0
 Teach your child a love of bikes and they will never have enough money to buy drugs.
  • 1 0
 @liveinvivid: not sure what is safer
  • 1 0
 Everyone says that until the whining starts. The more your kids enjoy the riding, the more you will enjoy the riding.
  • 63 0
 Thanks to all the parents out there getting kids into mountain biking it was one the greatest things my father did for me.
  • 3 0
 Same x2. Specialized P2 was the most fun I'd had any Christmas day ever!
  • 3 0
 Had this exact thought, thanks dad for that 24" Specialized Hotrock with a RST 100mm fork. He put a Kenda Nevegal tire on the front for a family Moab trip and I thought I was the coolest shit on slickrock
  • 46 3
 i dont understand the 'kids dont deserve expensive bikes' mindset and comments. If a child is passionate about something, why not get them good equipment to enjoy that hobby/sport on? Assuming as a parent you can afford it (or choose to forgo expensive stuff for yourself so you can invest in your child).
  • 19 3
 its such a weird position to take. assuming you are able to afford a decent bike for you kid, why would you proactively make the situation harder for them to enjoy the sport so you can take some moral high ground over your kid cause you had it tougher. teach them the value of what they have and how lucky they are (as all of us are)
  • 26 6
 I think there is a very big diff between getting your kid a bike they will be competitive on at age 10 and having a full fox factory, saint etc. kitted out Saracen or mondraker dh rig that runs $10k+.

Most of those bikes would allow their kids to have fun and definitely be competitive. The factory support looking rigs are just a flex and dick measuring contest for the parents.
  • 9 2
 @wilsonians: i do get what you are saying to a point, but if someone earns six figures, i suspect a 10k Santa Cruz is the same as a 1k Giant/trek/whatever to someone who earns a quarter of that. Its all relative to someone's disposable income.

I guess the thing that puzzles me the most is why some folk have such an aggressive stance on it. Life is too short.... but hey, such is life!
  • 8 2
 @v7fmp: Oh for sure, some people get so butthurt over it. Do I laugh a little and shake my head at the outrageous $ some people throw at their kids activities, sure. But I'm not gonna get mad over it haha. But if someone genuinely thinks their 8 yr old kid NEEDS a full carbon Myst with factory everything.....then its clearly a "if I spend more money my kid will be better" approach to it.
  • 2 1
 @wilsonians: but that's not the point being made. how expensive the bike is all relative to what someone can afford. what you class as competitive would still be a massive stretch for some and the 10k build may be nothing to those buying them. The point is towards the comments that would actively give their kid worse than they could afford in some 'that'll learn em' 'you must be suffer to get somewhere in life' mentality.
  • 5 1
 @RPJN: Ya, fair point. Guess my question is at 8 years old, does a kid genuinely know the difference between that 3k santa cruz and the 10k Saracen? I agree, people actively giving their kids total shit bikes "to suffer" is dumb and won't lead to them having fun. But I also think that giving your 8yr old a world cup ready DH rig is a little ridiculous, even if you can afford it. Theres a nice middle ground...which a lot of these bikes fit nicely into.
  • 7 1
 @wilsonians: most adults couldn't tell the difference (me included) and probably don't 'deserve' the bikes we're riding but that doesn't stop us wanting/buying them!

Also probably the first time a santa cruz has been used as the cheap example! ha
  • 1 0
 @wilsonians: actually you can find that levels of saracens for quite funny prices www.pinkbike.com/buysell/3037287
  • 6 0
 @wilsonians: It's a good question. As my lad has developed he went from a small Liv Embolden ladies bike, to a Specialized enduro in a small, he noticed the difference, but to him it wasn't night and day. But we then got a crazy deal on the Sworks from a lady who's daughter races it in EWS and couldn't resist. But as he's now getting older and faster and jumpier he's starting to notice subtle differences, little things that are not right, when he wants an extra 5psi in his shock or how his shock is responding to a certain feature and whether we want volume spacers in it. As they get bigger they learn both about the bike and themselves.
We're also working on spannering so everything i swap/do he also does with me so he picks up tips, tricks and techniques of spanners. I absolutely agree there has to be a limit to an extent.. My lads bike costs a fair bit more than mine, but i think he deserves it, both as a rider and as a kid.
  • 13 0
 @wilsonians: Just to let you know the Mondraker is my daughters bike and she is sponsored by a Mondraker backed team. She rides all the blacks and double blacks in UK with only 1 or 2 exceptions and is fully committed to racing, oh and she’s 10 years old... I’d do a little more research before making comments.
  • 2 0
 @wilsonians: I would argue that kids would notice differences in weight of the bikes (Ie more expensive) compared to adults. You have to remember the relative weight of the kid vs the bike. We can more easily wrestle around a bike that is 1/6th our body weight compared to a 50lb kid that is riding a bike that is practically 1 to 1.

And like others have said if the kid likes it and you can afford it then go for it. My daughter rides a $1500 bike because that is as much as I can comfortably spend on her but if I made more I would spend more no questions asked because she loves the sport so much.
  • 6 0
 Sorry I didn't assume your 10 yr old was on a mondraker sponsored team....thats not exactly research that is readily available Smile Good for your daughter, there are of course exceptions. But in most cases, having an 8 or whatever yr old on a full factory kitted rig is like buying a 16 yr old new driver a Ferrari.
  • 2 0
 @wilsonians: I think that is probably where to comments come from above.. paying 2-3 grand for a decent rig for your kids, so they have half a chance of really enjoying the gnarlier stuff and even beat you on it, is a great thing to do, and should be done.. but the above bikes are really for the little pros.. I am sure, some of them might be even sponsored, or at least partially.. then the budget looks suddenly a little different....
  • 3 0
 @wilsonians: 16 year old with a Ferrari would still make sense if they were racing in a series of other supercars. These kids aren't dropping off kerbs outside the house they are racing downhill.
  • 3 0
 Yeah, I feel the same. I'd love it if my kid was big into cycling - he's not - bike are transportation for him. So he gets a a solid but affordable ride. He's into 3-printing and engineering. I'm jealous of his shop, and I'm the one who paid for it. Wink
  • 1 0
 @wilsonians: i don't know whether an 8 year old could tell the difference between the orange 5 and the saracen besides that the orange is noisy.
  • 2 0
 @wilsonians: this is nothing! Check out what MX parents spend on their kids. RVs, custom suspension, motors, etc..
  • 2 0
 @Bushmaster123: hahaha 100% true. MX is nuts.
  • 1 0
 @wilsonians: nothing wrong putting it on table... if you can. You got to admit - its kinda impressive.
  • 1 0
 @wilsonians: We had like 5 or 6 supercars impounded here due to speeding and I think they all went to the same private high school and all have learner plates
  • 2 0
 I'm pretty sure this hobby isn't costing parents any more than hockey players at a high level. If your kids are playing AA or AAA hockey that's a few grand a year.
  • 1 2
 congrats to the kids for racing so well etc... but i wish parents would think twice before creating such an exclusive sport
  • 1 0
 @nordland071285: XC much more inclusive.

At least they are outside.

But if you think this is exclusive omg you are in for a surprise. a Dirt bike costs the same and that is without racing. Go carting , horses, figure skating, etc.... I bet an expensive gaming computer costs as much as some of these and the kid sits inside their whole life.
  • 1 0
 @nordland071285: did the parents create the expensive sport?
  • 1 0
 @JT2709: Sounds like your daughter can really shred but it does look like that big wheel can get awfully close at bottom out.
  • 26 0
 These people upset about what people spend on kids mountain biking should go to a loretta lynns qualifier and see what those dads spend on their kids to race motocross.
  • 1 0
 I mean shoot pick any event that kids compete in and you will find parents who are more than willing to spend money to see their kids have the proper equipment and at very early ages. If the kid enjoys it and you can afford it then why not splurge a little on them. The whole Idea of I couldn't have it as a kid so you shouldn't is not helping anyone.
  • 20 1
 my only beef is with the insta accounts run by mum and dad. Keep buying the awesome bikes but don't subject them to insta bullsh#t
  • 16 2
 I love that Erin is riding the hard tail for the downhill. Proper skills training.
  • 1 0
 Hardtail Pride! Hard tail class was the most fun category in DH racing when I was a kid!
  • 12 0
 As a parent simply invest £3k every 2 years for the first 8 years and they too could be raking in £5k a year come year 9! Come year 15 you will start making returns of approximately 0.5%! after flights and insurance.
  • 2 0
 Easy money!
  • 1 0
 still more than on a bank account, though a touch more work =)
  • 11 0
 Many people fantasise about being born earlier, in the "good old days". I wish I was born later and had access to bikes like this when I was a kid...
  • 7 0
 Sick bikes. I wonder how much more most of us would have developed if we had opportunities and bikes like that as a child. Not to say I didn't go full send on my CCM pursuit black ice edition in the local ATV trails. I'd imagine that's how a lot started.
  • 9 1
 Bring on the "Back in my Day" posts.
  • 11 0
 when I was a kid, we were so poor we actually had to fly to the US to buy me a bike we could afford.
  • 5 0
 @optimumnotmaximum: Afford? Afford?! Cor-blimey, you must be one from of them posh families... when I were a lad, we had to beg, steal or borrow the same knackered bike repeatedly from close family members, just to get a ride in. And all the trails near our house ran uphill, in both directions...
  • 7 0
 The Minibeast is amazing, 32 fork looks in proportion. Lucky kid.
  • 2 0
 Lucky kid named Thor...
  • 3 0
 I'd happily toss up the coin required to get a decent small bike for the lad like any of these. Unfortunately, very few if any of the above can be purchased in Oz and those that are like Commencal are more than I'd spend on my own bike let alone one that he'll grow out of in a year or two. And if there's no new bikes then there's not much in the way of second hand either...so it's generic shitters with some good components for you, Lad till you grow up enough to thieve my rides!
  • 7 0
 That Orange Five is still cool!
  • 3 0
 My son did a few races on a £500 nukeproof and did well , when it was obvious this wasn't a passing phase we got him his dream bike which he still rides 3 years later. Knowing some of these kids and my pals sons the level of youth racing is really , really high .
As long as they look after their bikes and keep them maintained theres no problem.
  • 3 0
 You will notice the growth when they transition to a good bike. I have a 50% policy with my kids. Teach them to work and respect there stuff but also make it available for them.
  • 5 0
 That Ransom looks super cute
  • 5 0
 Those Beast's look amazing!
  • 4 3
 Stoked for these kids but the reason I haven't/won't put my boys on the most modern high performance bikes is the upgrade/downgrade factor. You can never move on to a lower end bike, only up, and if a 10 year old is ripping on a $2000 bike and they grow out of it now you can't put them on a $1500 bike with lower end components, you will likely get them on something newer and nicer not just bigger. And on and on, until they are a young adult turning up their nose at a perfectly good bike that doesn't have the latest and greatest, and thinking that they need the absolute best components to be safe/go big/have fun. And to me, the notion that you can't have fun on a slightly outdated bike is a very sad aspect of our sport.
  • 1 0
 I doubt a kid would have an idea of the value of $2000, and as long as it's blue, they'll ride it.
  • 1 1
 @GilesSTurner: that's what I'm saying the little guys won't know the difference until they're a young adult and trying to buy a bike on their own and *need* a top shelf bike to have fun
  • 1 0
 Jammy bastards don't know they're born. I swear when I was 13 we were literally rescuing bikes out of skips at the local tip to fix up and ride. I had to starve and save my dinner money for a year, deal ciggies in school and sell my games console just to buy a Mongoose Menace. #okboomer
  • 1 0
 Back in 1995, I worked the whole summer cutting trees to buy my first decent mountain bike. When I received the pay check, there were 200EUR missing to buy the bike. My father told me he would give me the rest, I had to go back during the November's holidays to work at the supermarket. Probably the best lesson for kids to suffer and pay their own bikes!
  • 4 0
 Companies really need to sort stack heights out on small bikes.
  • 1 0
 Indeed. Those bikes with full size forks have ridiculous front end heights.
  • 3 1
 there were more santa cuises there too, my boy rode a mondy summum but the amount of saracens there this year was a huge diff
  • 2 0
 How many started racing on Kona Stinky 24's? There was a time I saw them everywhere...now I mostly see kids on tiny framed adult bikes.
  • 2 0
 $2000 truck with $3000 of bikes on the hitch rack shows that priorities are in the right place. Even better if parents bike is worth less than the kids’.
  • 1 1
 You really think families racing bikes are rich maybe they prioritise there income differently to you some people like holidays expensive trainers coats and car’s my income goes on bikes diesel a van and uplifts definitely not rich just spent not the same as all the life coaches on here I’ll settle for great memories with my kids than a comfortable bank balance and nice things for me ! Buy your kid a cheap bike that’s awesome I won’t judge you
  • 2 0
 Has anyone considered it's possible to give your kids expensive things while also teaching them the value of those things and to be humble about what you have?
  • 4 0
 Erin is a badass
  • 4 2
 i am actually quite shocked, can we confirm that these aren't bikes from some world cup race?
  • 4 1
 That Saracen Myst is a lovely thing isn't it !!!!
  • 2 0
 Stunning bikes for some really talented kids I think a hard tail would struggle on the day with size of the gaps and drops.
  • 1 0
 it's great to see brands with good kids bikes. It wasn't that long ago that jackson goldstone was apparently struggling to find small enough bikes to shred on..
  • 3 0
 Mini beast is a sick looking little rig for the little heavy hitters!
  • 3 0
 lol my kids getting used hardtails till he stops growing.
  • 2 0
 The writer spelt "specialized" wrong on the demo 8, they spelt it "Specialised"
  • 2 0
 I’d love to see a suspension video on the Yuma
  • 2 0
 I know right? It looks like such an interesting set up.
  • 1 0
 Looks like an intense falling rate. I'm hoping there is something about the pivots that's not clear from the pic.
  • 2 0
 The “Faux” fork on that cube lol
  • 2 0
 Dang if I had the bikes these kids had these days!!
  • 1 0
 I was today years old when I learned that there are dual crown forks for 24" wheels.
  • 1 0
 In 1997 I start to ride bikes (at 18yo!!) and in 2015 I had my first FS bike...
  • 1 0
 Propain Yuma 24 Big Grin
The best bike for kids
  • 1 0
 The 50cc of the mtb world
  • 1 0
 the angle of the seat on that Moondraker! Weeping!
  • 2 1
 My kids will be riding bikes 1/50 the price of these.
  • 1 0
 At least the kid with the Orange five is riding a 20 year old bike.
  • 1 0
 Hell no...who on earth would spend that much on a kids bike...Jeez
  • 1 0
 All I c is 4x bikes lol
  • 1 0
 Mini Beast looks sweet!
  • 2 1
 #daddysmoney
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