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Retrospec Koda Kids Bike with Training Wheels
Two-Wheel Style, Four-Wheel Support
Your beginner rider wants to cruise with the big kids, but not without a little help. This sporty bike is perfect for little riders speeding off to the races.
Koda Grows with Them
Koda effortlessly transitions to a two-wheeled bike when your kiddo is ready to ditch those training wheels. Top it off with Koda?s sturdy steel frame and you have a bike ready to handle every learning curve.
Koda at a Glance
- Hand-buit steel frame, one-piece crank, and full chain guard
- Wide grippy tires for total control over sidewalks, driveways, and cul de sacs.
- Comes 95% assembled so your eager cyclist can start riding ASAP!
- Rear coaster brake + front sidepull brake
- High back saddle with handle prevents kids from sliding off the back
Expertly Handles Every Learning Curve
Safe, Easy Braking
Retrospec Koda uses coaster brakes (back pedal brakes) for safety, ease, as well as a handbrake to develop braking skills.
Bright colors, fun streamers, built-in water bottle holders, and more make Koda the coolest kid bike to ever hit the sidewalk.
Don?t guess your kiddo?s height ? growth spurts mean you should take a quick measurement. There will be some overlap so pick the size that gives them the most range to grow. Most kids’ bikes are measured by wheel size.
Coolest Kid’s Bike on the Block
Tiny components don?t minimize the durability of our balance bike. The Cub?s easy-to-climb frame is constructed from lightweight high-tensile steel and features a miniature city comfort saddle for easy riding (and balancing!). Airless, durable tires make for a safer, no-pop ride and reliable grip on the sidewalk.
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Retrospec was born from a passion for cycling. Our fixed gear bicycles became a symbol for our commitment to the outdoors and pledge to affordable and green methods of transportation. Since then, we?ve created hundreds of products that help you achieve one goal: taking hold of the outdoors. We have proudly created a space where our mission can flourish, achieve, and conquer the unknown.
Two-wheel style, with four-wheel support. Your beginner rider wants to cruise with the big kids, but not without a little help. Kodak is Retrospect’s newest generation of cool-kid bikes. Kodak comes in two popular sizes: 12? for new riders 1. 5-4 years old and 16? for 3-7 year olds close to ditching those training wheels. Kodak is equipped with top-rated safety features for smooth, intuitive riding for beginner cyclists. This sporty bike is perfect for little riders speeding off to the races. Coda’s sturdy steel frame is built to withstand every learning curve. A protected chain guard keeps their legs safe as they pedal off to the next pursuit. Sidewalk whips, park zips, and even some trip-ups along the way are to be expected. Coda’s specially designed frame, adjustable seat and handlebars, and removable training wheels allow the bike to grow with them. Kodak is designed for early riders familiarizing themselves with bikes. Balanced training wheels help them find their center as they pedal off to their next adventure. Bright colors, fun streamers, built-in water bottle holders, and more make Kodak the coolest kid bike to ever hit the sidewalk. SIZING: Don?t guess your kiddo?s height ? growth spurts mean you should take a quick measurement. There will be some overlap so pick the size that gives them the most range to grow. Most kids’ bikes are measured by wheel size. You may be tempted to bump them up a size to ?grow into?? don?t. It?s better to keep them safe and comfortable than get another few months of growing time on a bike. Ensure sure your child has the motor skills to operate the bike. Retrospect Kodak uses coaster brakes (back pedal brakes) for safety, ease, as well as a handbrake to develop braking skills until your child is older and more experienced to ease into handbrakes and gear shifters.
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