Oh to be a kid again – especially with bikes like this. Continuing to push the evolution of their kids’ bike range, Trek has unveiled an all new Precaliber lineup that will suit kids of many ages.
Split into four different bikes based on wheel size, the different models will fit children as young as three, and as old as 12 depending on their physical size. That means that there will be Precalibers with 12″, 16″, 20″, and 24″ wheels with the two larger sizes getting the option for suspension or rigid forks.
For the 12″ and 16″ bikes, you’ll find tool-free training wheels which should be a breeze to remove when the time is right. To remove, simply turn the knobs on each axle by hand. All of the single speed builds also include full chain guards to keep little fingers and other things out of the chain’s way.
Each bike also includes a seat with a hidden handle built in so parents can help out when needed. Pedaling on their own? Then you can remove the handle and install a rear light to keep them as visible as possible.
As mentioned, the 20″ and 24″ bikes have the option of a suspension fork tuned for lighter riders. Or you can opt for the full rigid build for the lightest option possible.
Precaliber 24″ 8 speed suspension – $399.99
Precaliber 24″ 8 speed – $369.99
Precaliber 20″ 7 Speed – $349.99
Precaliber 20″ – $289.99
Precaliber 16″ – $249.99
Precaliber 12″ – $219.99
Most of the bikes are available in two colors with boy’s and girl’s models in each as well. Finally, you’ll also find 2.25″ wide tires all the way through the line to make it easier to balance regardless of wheel size. The bikes are available now at your local Trek retailer.