Wald's 1216 training wheels are designed to mount on most single speed bicycles with 12- to 16-inch wheels. This model is intended for use by riders weighing up to 75 pounds.
Tool-less, 3-position training wheel installation/removal system. - Closed-cell foam tires - Tubular steel arms - Compatible with 2013-present Hotrock 20-inch models only
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Wald's 742 training wheels feature three slots on the brace arm allowing this wheel set to mount on most single speed bicycles with 16- to 26-inch wheels. The brace arms are designed to fit rear frames tubes up to .75 inches in diameter. This model is intended for use by riders weighing up to 125 pounds. - The Wald Training Wheels fit 16- to 26-inch bicycles. - The Wald Training Wheels support riders up to 125 pounds.
Strider Mini Handlebar Grips provide cushy support and grip for younger riders. Mini Handlebar Grips only fit the Mini-Grip Handlebar (sold separately).
What's the #1 way for kids to make anything cooler? Stickers! Let them deck out their Strider with this cool Numberplate Kit. The white plate includes three sticker sheets with numbers 0 – 9, and 18 other cool stickers to personalize their number plate or other belongings!
Add some flair and fun to kids' bikes with MSW Squeeze Horns. - Fits standard 22-26mm diameter handlebars - Approximately 3" wide
Perfect partner for our tow rope. Grab both together for the perfect setup. - Buckles and zips designed for little hands - Waterproof outer and zips for all weather protection
Help your young ones learn to ride safely with Evo's Heavy Duty Training Wheels. They fit children's bicycles sized 16 to 20 inches and are made from steel so they are tough enough to move them from bike to bike as your kids grow, too.
- Sturdy 5mm steel plate construction - Provides stability for adult riders - Fits 20-inch to 26-inch wheel bikes - EN71 and EN14765 test approved - 6-inch steel wheels for increased stability - Weight Limit 220lb / 100 kg
Training handles offer a great way to learn to balance on two wheels. Coaches can assist with gentle corrections until the rider gains confidence. Three points of contact give a firm, secure attachment to the bike.
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