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49N Streamers
$12.00
BIKE STREAMERS • Fun handlebar-mount streamers • Quick and easy installation
Evo Training Wheels
$25.00
Help your young ones learn to ride safely with Evo's Training Wheels. They fit children's bicycles sized 12 to 20 inches so you can move them from bike to bike as your kids grow, too.
Evo Heavy Duty Training Wheels
$39.50
Help your young ones learn to ride safely with Evo's Heavy Duty Training Wheels. They fit children's bicycles sized 16 to 20 inches and are made from steel so they are tough enough to move them from bike to bike as your kids grow, too.
Wald Training Wheels 252
$46.50
- Steel wheels - For riders up to 100lbs - Fits 12" - 20" wheel bikes
Wald Wald Training Wheels 1216
$46.50
Wald's 1216 training wheels are designed to mount on most single speed bicycles with 12- to 16-inch wheels. This model is intended for use by riders weighing up to 75 pounds.
Wald Wald Training Wheels 742
$55.00
Wald's 742 training wheels feature three slots on the brace arm allowing this wheel set to mount on most single speed bicycles with 16- to 26-inch wheels. The brace arms are designed to fit rear frames tubes up to .75 inches in diameter. This model is intended for use by riders weighing up to 125 pounds.
Trail-Gator Spare Receiver Kit Headtube Attachment
$55.50
The Trail-Gator Spare receiver Kit Headtube Attachment is a must-have if your Trail-Gator is going to be used on multiple children's (rear) bicycles. Makes swapping between bikes a snap. - Spare seatspost attachment (for the children's bike) for the Trail-Gator tow bar - Fits all Trail-Gator models including the 640020-640022-640023 - Allows the Trail-Gator to be attached to multiple juvenile bicycles quickly - Fits headtube up to 45mm (1.75")
Louis Garneau Propel Kit
$79.99
Garneau's Propel Kit consists of a crankset, pedals, chain and chainguard to easily convert your Garneau Step Jr (sold separately) into a pedal bike. By adding it to a running bike your little rider is already used to, it eases the transition to riding.
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