Individual replacement wheels for Wald 742, 1216 and 10252 model training wheel sets. - 5.5" diameter plated steel wheel with rubber tread
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's 10252 training wheels are designed to mount on most single speed bicycles with 16- to 20-inch wheels and are intended for use by riders weighing up to 100 pounds. These training wheels feature new frame adapters that improve installation. The new frame adapters enable this wheel set to be mounted on bicycles with .75 and 1.00-inch rear frame tubes. The training wheels can also be mounted onto bicycles with 1.25-inch rear frame tubes when the frame adapters are not used.
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. - The Wald Training Wheels fit 16- to 26-inch bicycles. - The Wald Training Wheels support riders up to 125 pounds.
Tool-less, 3-position training wheel installation/removal system. - Closed-cell foam tires - Tubular steel arms - Compatible with 2013-present Hotrock 20-inch models only
Add some flair and fun to kids' bikes with MSW Squeeze Horns. - Fits standard 22-26mm diameter handlebars - Approximately 3" wide
Perfect partner for our tow rope. Grab both together for the perfect setup. - Buckles and zips designed for little hands - Waterproof outer and zips for all weather protection
Now kids can add a fun and personal touch to bikes with the Dimension Bicycle Streamers. - Sold as a pair
Training handles offer a great way to learn to balance on two wheels. Coaches can assist with gentle corrections until the rider gains confidence. -Assists with balance training
Training handles offer a great way to learn to balance on two wheels. Coaches can assist with gentle corrections until the rider gains confidence. Three points of contact give a firm, secure attachment to the bike.
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