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16-Inch (3-6 yr. old)

Kent International 16
The 16" Razor DSX is ideal for teaching your little one to ride. Designed to safely and effectively teach your biker the ropes, the dual suspension DSX offers an oversized front wheel flange, enclosed chain cover and more. The alloy quick release seat pin makes for quick and easy adjustment while the sturdy 4-bolt stem ensures security and durability. Show them how to ride and glide with the 16" DSX Kids Bike from Razor.
Kent International 16
Tig-welded custom freestyle steel frame and fork Tig-welded means a powerful and skillful weld that increases even greater stability within the frame 4-Bolt Alloy Stem Front Pegs are ideal for beginner stunts and tricks BMX X-games saddle Front & Rear hand brakes offer great stopping power Quick Release Seat Post Clamp allows for easy height adjustments
Kent International Cupcake 16
Surprise your little princess with the adorable 16" Kent Cupcake bike. This bike comes with a sturdy 10" steel frame, knobby tires for a smooth ride, and decorative streamers attached to the handlebars add a bit of flair. Plus, this kids bike has training wheels to help her learn to ride. Supports weight up to 70 lbs.
Kent International Razor Micro Force 16
The Razor Microforce Kids Bike will teach your child to ride and glide in style. Designed to help your little biker learn the ropes, the Micro Force features a sturdy freestyle frame and front handbrake. This children's recreational bike comes complete with training wheels and a padded handlebar for comfort and safety.
Kent International 16
Get your stunt biker started with the X Games 16 in. Freestyle Bike. No need for a separate bike while he's first learning to ride — just use the removable training wheels until he's ready to go on his own and once he does, look out! The sturdy steel frame can take whatever abuse your little trick rider wants to give. He gets maximum braking control with hand brakes that control both the front wheel (caliper style) and the rear wheel (linear pull style).
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