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Feature Items

  • Schwinn Tigress Walk-N-Roll - 2011

    Make the transition to her first bike an easy one with Schwinn's Tiger Walk-N-Roll. She'll learn balance and steering skills that will seamlessly transfer over to her… [more]

  • Schwinn Lil' Stardust - 2011

    Start your little girl off right on Schwinn's safe and fun Lil' Stardust. Schwinn's Balance Beam frame has a low stand-over height for easy starts and stops, and the… [more]

  • Raleigh MXR - 2011

    Your little racer will enjoy maximum fun with Raleigh's MXR. Its low stand-over height makes this 20-incher fit great and it provides an extra margin of clearance and… [more]

  • Specialized P.1 Grom - 2009
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    5.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Specialized's P.1 Grom helps little rippers hone their skills. Its super-stout chromoly frame is extra durable to stand up to rough landings and the Marzocchi fork… [more]

  • Diamondback Nitrus 24 - 2011
    Product Rating
    4.0 stars
     (1 Review)

    Diamondback's Nitrus 24 provides the extra boost you need to find a cruiser-class podium spot. It's a track-worthy rig with Diamondback's lightweight 6061-aluminum frame… [more]


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Today's Tread Tip

How To Climb Trails Like A Mountain Goat - Conquering a steep off-road climb can be challenging and fun. What's required is strength, finesse and the proper technique. The trick to getting up steep stuff cleanly is positioning your center of gravity in the sweet spot, the point where you get the best balance of traction and control. Move your center of gravity too far forward and you lose traction at the rear wheel. Move it too far to the rear and your front wheel starts to float, robbing you of control. It's best to remain seated and press your upper body down toward the toptube as the climb gets steeper and the sweet spot moves forward. If the climb gets too steep for you to stay in the saddle, rise slightly and move forward, to remain in the sweet spot. Practice on a smooth, steep, obstacle-free climb and soon, you'll be climbing like you've got Velcro tires.


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