Revo 16"

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Revo 16"

299.00

The Revo has similar ingredients as it’s little brother. However, the Revo's cockpit is a little roomier for riders that may be just a tad too big for the Romper but not quite ready for the Rover. With the Revo your little one will be riding better and further.  

Ages 4+

Minimum inseam 17" (standover height)

Saddle height from ground:  lowest (20"), highest (24.5")

Bikes arrive at your door 95% assembled

Available March 2017

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Specifications
Weight / 16.2 lbs (w/pedals & bell) Brake Levers / Tektro-rear micro lever, aluminum
Frame / 6061 aluminumRims / Alex-aluminum single wall, 20h
Fork / Lightweight aluminumSpokes / Stainless Steel, black, Aluminum nipples
Headset / Cane Creek-aluminum 1-1/8" threadless, cartridge, w/ sealsHubs / Rear coaster (CRMO axle), alloy front with 5mm allen bolt fittings
Stem / Aluminum Ahead 40mm, 10°Tires / Kenda K-Rad 16x2.2, presta tube
Handlebar / Alloy 60mm rise, 460mm wide 9 degree sweepCranks / Pello Custom-aluminum 3-piece 102mm
Grips / Ultra slim, Kraton w/ flange, closed endChainring / Aluminum 25t
Saddle / Cionlli-child proportional saddle sizingChainguard / Lightweight plastic
Seatpost / Aluminum micro adjustBottom Bracket / Cartridge with sealed bearings
Brakes / Tektro-aluminum mini V-brake rear and Coaster rearPedals / Child proportional resin flast with ball bearings
Gearing / Single speed (14 tooth rear cog)(3.50 Gain Ratio)Shifter / Single Speed

Reviews

The Best Kids Bike? A Resounding Yes.
I never want to be the guy that gives such an effusive review of a product, but here it is. It happened. I have never been so pleasantly surprised by a cycling product, and this is after over two decades in the sport.
— http://www.ilovebicycling.com/
 

In a head to head comparison between WOOM and Islabikes, Pello’s wider tires, lower price tag and coaster brake are significant differences worth considering.
— www.twowheelingtots.com
 

A quality-built bike really DOES make a difference for kids riding, especially up hills and on dirt. We think the Revo is a great choice and one of our top picks!
— talesofamountainmama.com
 

I like the name-brand components, from the headset to the brakes.
— gearjunkie.com