Specialized's Boy's Hotrock 20 Coaster is an easy way for little kids to step up to big-time fun. It features an aluminum frame built to withstand the rigors of childhood bike riding and a rear hand brake to get him ready for bigger bikes down the road, while the coaster brake provides a familiar backup to facilitate the learning process. Plus, the Hotrock comes with fat, knobby tires for serious traction on all types of terrain.
When it comes to trail riding, traction, floatation, and control are the name of the game. Specialized's Fatboy Pro Trail makes it happen with an aluminum frame, along with a RockShox Bluto suspension fork and massive 4.6-inch Ground Control tires. Simply put, it has the appetite to devour rocks, sand, snow, and whatever else you shove in front of it. Those fat tires are mated to wide aluminum rims give you stability even on loose terrain. While you're eyeing new and offbeat places to roll your Fatboy, you can count on the efficient 1x11 SRAM X01 drivetrain with a carbon Race Face Next SL crank to get you there quickly. When it's time to slow down and take in the scenery, Shimano Deore XT brakes are on the case. There's even a Command Post dropper so you can climb like a skinny kid, and descend like the rolling mass of traildozer you're on.
A great first bike, Specialized's Girl’s Hotrock 12 Coaster is a cool way to get kids started. Its lightweight aluminum frame makes pedaling easy and the quality construction ensures you'll be able to hand this tot rod down. Plus, the comfortable saddle, grippy tires, easy-to-use coaster brake and strong steel training wheels make the Hotrock great fun to learn on.
Your 24/7 ball of energy can tackle any terrain with ease on Specialized's Girl's Hotrock 24! This cool ride features an agile and durable aluminum frame, a terrain-tackling SR SunTour suspension fork, an easy-to-pedal 7-speed Shimano drivetrain and reliable Specialized components. Plus, it features linear-pull brakes for easy, confident stops.
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