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GT Mach One Push Junior BMX Bike

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GT Mach One Push Junior BMX Bike - Kids

Color: Black
Size: 16in
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Sugg. Retail: $205.00
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Kick back, push forward, coast for days, and brake when it's snack time. The basics of riding a bike are all here and ready for your tiny tyke to get moving, balancing, and cruising without the distraction of pedaling. Getting used to hand brakes after riding a bike with coaster brakes is a tough part of growing up when you're just a kid. GT has eliminated the need for that awkward transition with the use of hand brakes on the GT Mach One Push Junior Bike. Your grom will have the balance and know-how needed for bike riding without the use of pesky pedals later on down the road.

Key Features of GT Mach One Push Junior BMX Bike:
  • Frame: GT BMX Bent C/S Race Styling, Aluminum
  • Fork: GT BMX design, 1" threaded steer, 1" Blades, Aluminum
  • Rims: Alloy, 16 Hole
  • Hubs: F: Steel, 16 hole, 3/8" axle R: Steel, 16 hole
  • Nipples: Brass
  • Tires: GT Wing design, 16 x 2.125" (F&R)
  • Handlebar: GT BMX design, Hi-Ten, 50mm rise
  • Stem: 4-bolt alloy top, steel quill
  • Headset: Steel, 1"
  • Grips: GT Junior Wing
  • Saddle: GT Mini BMX Uni design
  • Seat Post: AL integrated w/ Saddle, 22.2
  • Seat Clamp: Alloy, single bolt

Spec information here

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Item colors: Black

NOTE: All complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified Bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.