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20-Inch (5-8 yr. old)

Cleary Owl 20-inch 3-Speed
$500.00
When your early-grade-school adventurer is ready for their first foray into the excitement of shifting, it starts with the Cleary Owl. Cleary built this bike around the drivetrain to take your explorer higher and further every time. Powered by an internally geared Sturmey Archer 3-speed hub that's activated by a buttery smooth Sturmey Archer trigger shifter. The Owl's shifting mechanism is encased in an aluminum shell inside the rear hub so it will shift smoothly with no maintenance for thousands of miles. Speed and acceleration are no problem with the 127mm alloy 3-piece cranks. Too fast too soon? The Owl stops on a dime thanks to the super-strong Tektro junior v-brakes. To determine the best fit, Cleary suggests measuring your child's inseam and referencing their size chart. The Owl is the best fit for riders with an inseam measurement of 19-23". A rider with a 21" inseam will sit on the Owl with their bottom on the saddle, flat-footed on the ground with the seat at its lowest position. At that same saddle height, riders with a 19" inseam will happily sit with only the balls of their feet on the ground. As long as a child has an inseam of 19", their arms and torso are long enough so they can reach the handlebars comfortably.
Cleary Owl 20-inch 1-Speed
$430.00
The ride to elementary school just got real! The Cleary Owl is a tough-as-nails freedom machine. The Owl comes with 20-inch wheels, this means it rolls fast over small obstacles and bigger jumps. Weighing in at just 19 pounds, the Owl has a freewheel and a rigid front fork paired with 20" all-terrain tires to give this little rig plenty of clearance. Bigger stair drops, wider jumps, and longer adventures. To determine the best fit, Cleary suggests measuring your child's inseam and referencing their size chart. The Owl is best fit for riders with an inseam measurement of 19-23". A rider with a 21" inseam will sit on the Owl with their bottom on the saddle, flat-footed on the ground with the seat at its lowest position. At that same saddle height, riders with a 19" inseam will happily sit with only the balls of their feet on the ground. As long as a child has an inseam of 19", their arms and torso are long enough so they can reach the handlebars comfortably.
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