Mantis Grizzled 20" Boys' BMX Bicycle

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Your little rider will love cruising around on the Mantis® Grizzled 20" boys' BMX bicycle. It features full bearing construction for easy repair, a fully enclosed chain guard to keep fingers protected, and coaster brakes for safe and easy stops.

Key Specs:

  • Bike Gender: Boy's
  • Number of Speeds: 1 Speed
 

Features

 

Benefits

  • Bike Type: BMX
  • Allows you to ride all sorts of terrain such as dirt, street, and ramps.
  • Chain Guard: Yes
  • This covers the chain so that you do not get your shoe laces stuck in the chain ring.
  • Kick Stand: Yes
  • A small prop that holds the bike upright when stored.

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Mantis Grizzled 20" Boys' BMX Bicycle
 
3.0

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(8 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not for older kids

By mrs.mo

from chapel hill, nc

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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Pros

  • Stable

Cons

  • Quickly Outgrown

Best Uses

  • First Learning

Comments about Mantis Grizzled 20" Boys' BMX Bicycle:

This was advertised as a 20" BMX type bike with no other measurements. However, the frame is smaller than your average 20" bike because my 12 yr old looked like a giant riding on it, and his knees were hitting the handlebars. It might be a great bike for a kid who was 8-10 years old, but they'd outgrow it after that.

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