Want to shred the streets, trails, and park? Giant's Method 03 is the machine to make it happen. The high-tensile-steel frame, tubular-chromoly cranks, and 20-inch, 36-spoke wheels provide great durability. Of course, it's got shin-friendly plastic pedals and the rear Tektro U-brake is a surefire stopper, too. It's loaded with the gear to ride everywhere.
Specialized's P.20 Amateur is a real bike for real riders. Made for the park, street and dirt jumps, its steel frame sports a Mid BB, integrated headset and a steel fork up front. The 20.5-inch top tube strikes the balance of maneuverability and stability, while the 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks, plastic pedals and a 1-piece saddle/post combo keep the weight down. Burly 36-spoke wheels with fat, high-volume tires soften up your landings a bit and the 25/9 micro gearing is stiff, strong, light and doesn't get hung up on lips or coping.
Giant's Motr 20 is a force to be reckoned with. This little shredder is ready for the streets, trails, and anywhere else your kid can motor along. With a lightweight aluminum frame, sick moto-style steel fork, adjustable-reach hand brake and rear coaster brake, this ripper is ready. Of course, it's got shin-friendly plastic pedals and comes with a kickstand and bell, too!
Specialized's P.20 Grom is ready for young riders taking their riding to the next level. Made from hi-tensile steel, the P.20 takes the abuse of park riding, dirt jumping and street antics like few others. Burly 36-spoke wheels with a hollow rear axle handle practically all the riding you can dish out, while fat, high-volume tires make landings a little softer. The three piece crank is stiff for quick acceleration, and a rear U-brake keeps things under control. When you're trying to nail down that latest trick, this is your secret weapon.
Specialized's P.20 AM is ready for progression. Made from hi-ten steel, the P.20 takes the abuse of park riding, dirt jumping and street schralping like few others. It's easy to make a bike tough, making it light is a different story, so the P.20 has 3-piece tubular chromoly cranks, a 1-piece saddle/post combo and grind-ready plastic pedals. Burly 36-spoke wheels with a hollow rear axle handle practically all the wall rides and gaps that you can, while fat, high-volume tires make the landings a little softer. The 25/9 micro gearing is stiff, strong, light and doesn't get hung up on lips or coping.
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