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BIXXIS: Hand Built Italian Road Bikes for the 21st Century

The Titanium Bagarre is BIXXIS' first road model with a disc brake designed in house, representing the modern evolution of the Pathos model. It’s designed to meet the needs of those who want a contemporary product that encapsulates the distinctive characteristics of Bixxis in its DNA – craftsmanship, tailor-made details, tradition, and innovation.

Fully customized geometry together with conical and double-thickness titanium tubing make Bagarre one of the lightest, most maneuverable, and secure titanium disc bikes available. Titanium is synonymous with high performance due to its exceptional mechanical properties. Bagarre strikes a balance between unparalleled comfort and maximum responsiveness.

For more information about the BIXXIS Titanium Bagarre or to begin the process of ordering your very own custom Titanium Italian road bike contact BIXXIS at https://bixxis.com/ or the BIXXIS experts of Lakeside Bicycles (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or via email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.COM .

BIXXIS: Hand Built Italian Road Bikes for the 21st Century

The lugged Epopea evokes the fascination for the epic rides of cycling's golden age. The traditional lugged design is inspired by classic Italian hand-made bicycles ridden by the likes of Merckx, Coppi, Francesco Moser, Gianni Motta and Moreno Argentin. In celebration of Doriano’s earliest works, the Epopea features minimal lugs brazed at low temperatures with silver alloy thus reducing loss of strength due to exposure to high temperatures and ensuring optimal alignment of frame and fork.

While the Epopea's lugged construction results in a comfortable bicycle, it does so without any concessions to road feel or the sense of efficiency expected from modern frames. In the end the Epopea is a comfortable, outstandingly tough and durable frame destined to provide it's owner with nearly endless hours of cycling pleasure. The Epopea can be built with your choice of a modern, 12 speed group set or any of the vintage components from the likes of Campagnolo, Sachs, Simplex or StrongLight.  Available in 13 standard colours. Custom colours are available upon request.

For more information about the BIXXIS Epopea or to begin the process of ordering your very own classic Italian road bike contact BIXXIS at https://bixxis.com/ or the BIXXIS experts of Lakeside Bicycles (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or via email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.COM 

BIXXIS: Hand Built Italian Road Bikes for the 21st Century

Titanium Pathos:

The Pathos is loaded with features unique to BIXXIS, such as, custom drawn, tapered and double butted main tubes, generous chainstays, Rear Drop Outs and Bottom Bracket CNC machined from solid blocks of Titanium, and the Chris King D11 head-set all of which are combined under Dariano's watchful eye into the mystically wonderful whole that make the Pathos unique.

Pathos can be customized in every detail, including geometry, colors (as well as a custom sandblasted process), and components, to allow anyone to create the bicycle of their dreams. 

For more information about the Titanium Pathos or to begin the process of ordering your very own custom Titanium Italian road bike contact BIXXIS at https://bixxis.com/ or the BIXXIS experts of Lakeside Bicycles (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or via email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.COM .

BIXXIS: Hand Built Italian Road Bikes for the 21st Century

The Prima comes in three flavors:

Original Prima:

The BIXXIS Prima incorporates original and unique featurs including it's custom drawn Columbus Spirit tubeset, BIXXIS designed X-Stays,  and Headtube and dropouts CNC machined from solid blocks of aluminum alloy.  Prima is customizable as either a bare frame or a complete bicycle in your choice of colors and components and manufactured in a geometry uniquely designed to optimize your comfort and efficiency on the bike Each Prima comes with your choice of a Chris King InSet 7 or Cane Creek 110 headset, a 29.4mm PMP Titanium Seatpost, and a matching BIXXS EVA Fork.

Prima XL

All the lightness of Prima, with a more contemporary design and high-level performance. Prima XL is an evolution of  BIXXIS' original steel Prima bicycle. A more robust head tube specifically designed to compliment the soft shapes of the EVA fork make for a more majestic bike while sacrificing none of its lightness, speed and responsiveness. The Prima XL is available in five colors.

Prima D11

All the features of Prima, plus one exciting variant: the 1-inch 1/8 Chris King D11 headset with internal caps up to 38 mm. Prima D11 is dedicated to those who want to combine aesthetics and comfort with improved lateral rigidity. Prima D11 comes in elegant single color. Nevertheless, it offers as always a full possibility of customization to satisfy all tastes and needs.

For more information about the BIXXIS Prima, Prima XL and Prima D11, or to begin the process of ordering your very own classic Italian road bike contact BIXXIS at https://bixxis.com/ or the BIXXIS experts of Lakeside Bicycles (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or via email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.COM 

Colnago Master X

The Colnago Master X-Light is, in many ways, the definitive Colnago frameset. It's a lugged, plated, painted steel bike with the distinctive fork, tube shapes, and paint that placed it apart from the pack. It first appeared thirty years ago built and painted, as always, by hand in Italy.

The frameset is exactly where it has always appeared in the Colnago lineup. The tubing, DT15V steel, is identical to the tubing they used before. When the bike was built last, it was with a tubeset that was a joint effort between Columbus and Colnago. Columbus isn't making the tubes anymore, so Colnago tracked down the guy who drew the tubes, brought him the dies, and he produced them for Colnago. So you get the same mix of star-shaped and round tubes. They are joined by the same lugs. The straight-blade Precisa fork, revolutionary when it first appeared. And so is the chrome-plating, and the luxurious, detailed paint. Even with all this going on, the frame is a relatively svelte 1400g.

The big deal with all the pieces is how they work together with the geometry for an incredible ride. The straight blade fork is precise and compliant thanks to the rake and internal tapering. The star-shaped tubes resist the torsional forces of pedaling and the round stays keep the bike comfortable. The ride is fast, stable, and comfortable. Great for riding long, great for riding hard, great for riding long and hard. If you ever wonder what the DNA of a Colnago ride is, ride this bike, and you'll know it.

And the paint scheme! The paint applied over the chrome is the acme of Colnago's fascination with fun and funky detailing. Fades, bright contrasts, intricate graphics, its all here.

The frameset sports the same 1" steerer tube, though this time with a threadless steerer. Italian-threaded bottom bracket. 27.2mm seat tube diameter. Room for 25mm tires. Two bottle braze-ons. Plated braze-on front derailleur tab. Integrated seat clamp with pin included. Vertical dropouts.

The Colnago Master X-Light frameset is the extra light bike of yore, 30 years young. Its ride is now as it was then, a joy like no other. 

The Colnago Master X is built in sizes from 49 to 65cm in 1 cm increments and in seven colors. We Currently have a 57cm frame in the white, PR99 color scheme in stock. For more information please contact the Colnago experts of Lakeside Bicycles by phone (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or via e-mail at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com

Dahon: Freedon unfolds

History

Dahon was founded in 1982 on a vision of “green” mobility, a form of transportation that not only serves to keep people healthier, but also preserves the environment for the next generation. As a relentless innovator, Dr. Hon toiled in his garage for seven years to create the perfect folding bicycle that would uphold these ideals. After presenting his invention to several established but uninterested companies, Dr. Hon and his brother Henry decided establish their own company from scratch. The two gathered venture funding and established their headquarters in Southern California while Dr. Hon went to Taiwan to build Dahon's first factory. Two years later, in 1984, Dahon folding bicycles were rolling off the assembly line as the most compact folding bicycle on the market at that time. Under the continued leadership of Dr. Hon, now recognized as the father of the modern folding bike, Dahon and its team of 70 engineers continue to set the pace with new technologies and innovations.

Production

Primary production takes place in the company’s main factory in Shenzhen, China. Another facility, near Beijing, produces Dahon bikes for the Chinese market, which continues to grow strongly for the U.S.-based company. Beginning in 2012, all Dahon brand bikes destined for Europe will be made in Bulgaria. In a strategic partnership with Maxcom Ltd., the company is setting up a full-scale production base at one of the most modern facilities on the continent. All of the bikes for the European market will be made at the ISO 9001:2008-certified facility in Plovdiv, which specializes in the manufacturing of bicycles and features state-of-the-art machining technology and modern quality inspection equipment.

Folding Bikes

Most Dahon bicycles use a patented single hinge frame design, whereby the handlebar folds down and the frame hinge swings to the left, leaving the handlebar inside. Biggest sellers are the models with 16 or 20 inch wheels, but models are available with wheels from 12 inches to 700C. Models are available with derailleur or hub gear shifter, or both or none.

Models

For 2012 Dahon offers 28 models of folding or portable bicycles in wheel sizes ranging from 16-26” with aluminum alloy or steel frames. Most of the 2012 offerings are true folding bicycles with some, like the Tarazed mountain bike, using Dahon "Flat Pak" technology. One of the company's best selling bikes is the Boardwalk D7, an entry-level, steel-frame commuter bike.

Special bikes

In 2008 to celebrate 25 years of production Dahon produced a special edition based on the Mµ series of bikes - the Mµ XXV. 250 of these machines were produced. In March 2009 they announced that they would produce 1,000 sets of a special edition bike based on its Curve D3 folding bike with the Spanish design firm Kukuxumusu. 2012 marks the company's 30th anniversary and Dahon have produced 300 limited edition bikes to honor the occasion, along with 3,000 more affordable replicas.

Awards

Dahon received an Innovative Products Award each for a folding bike entry and a suspension postpump, which combined an air suspension system and bicycle pump inside a single seatpost, at the 2009 Taipei International Cycle Show. In September 2009, Dahon's Ios XL, a bike designed for the urban commuter, was awarded a Eurobike Gold Design Award. Only 77 entries out of a total of 400 applicants from the bicycle industry worldwide were awarded with Eurobike Awards in 2009, and out of those only eight received a Gold Award for outstanding achievements in design and innovation. Other awards include a 2005 Eurobike award the Ciao! mini bike, a 2006 Eurobike award for the Glide P7/P8, 2006 Fiets RAI Dutch Bi

Officina Battaglin: Your Comfortable Ride For One Million Kilometers

The limited-edition Battaglin replica of Stephen Roche’s 1987 Triple Crown frame:

Villach, Austria. September 6th, 1987. Last moments of the World Championships of Road Cycling.  After nearly 7 hours of racing, the rain that had been falling steadily on the circuit since the morning stopped.  The crowd of spectators that had gathered to witness the event now had the chance to see clearly the most talented riders in the world engaging in the battle for the rainbow jersey.

The stakes were high, but until that moment the race hadn’t been a bit of a yawn. Just a few attacks, none of them decisive enough to mark a turning point.  Going into the climb at the beginning of the last lap, the Irish rider Stephen Roche attacked. Sean Kelly, the other star wearing the green jersey, stayed on his wheel. Their team had performed an excellent job.  The action split the group. The riders in the front got rid of most of the competitors, and only 14 racers were left. At this point, there was no other choice to chase the victory but trying to escape.

The Dutch Van Vliet got away. The German Golz followed him. Roche closed the break, and so did Sorensen and Winterberg.  The group of 5 established a small gap, while the riders behind didn’t react. It seemed like they were expecting for Moreno Argentin, the defending World Champion, to chase them down.  Italy was the strongest team in the peloton, and everyone considered Argentin the race favorite.  But the gap widened.

Four hundred meters from the finish line, Roche launched his attack. There was a narrow space between Sorensen and the barriers on the left side of the road. Roche daringly threw himself right there.  While he was approaching, Sorensen inadvertently moved to the left, shutting down that space Roche had chosen to be his way to the finish line.  The chances for the Irish to pass between Sorensen and the barriers were reducing at every pedal stroke.  But when Sorensen and Roche seemed so close that the action could a massive crash, the Danish moved to the right and Roche was out into the open.

He pedaled as hard as he could. This time Argentin responded, but it was too late.  Sprinting certainly wasn’t Roche’s secret weapon. He would have probably lost every time he’d found himself in a sprint with Golz and Van Vliet. Not that day.  On that day Stephen Roche won the 1987 World Championships.

In 1987, Roche was riding a Battaglin bike, which quickly became the icon of professional cycling’s greatest success.  The bike was developed by Giovanni Battaglin at his workshop in Marostica, where all the bikes for the Carrera riders were made, and custom-built to Roche’s specifications.  It was probably the most advanced racing machine on the market, featuring the best equipment available at the time.

With the Officina Battaglin brand, Giovanni has gone back to building exclusive steel frames using the same process and tooling of 30 years ago.  That’s why in 2017 he decided to mark the 30th anniversary of Stephen Roche’s Triple Crown with…the 1987.

 For more information about the limited edition Battaglin 1987, or if you would like to begin the process of ordering a frame, you can contact Officina Battaglin direct at: https://officinabattaglin.com/ or the Battaglin experts of Lakeside Bicycles by phone (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com

Officina Battaglin: Your Comfortable Ride For One Million Kilometers

Limited Edition Battaglin Verona 2022:

On June 7, 1981, for the first time, the Giro ended in the Verona Arena, the Roman Amphitheater located in the city center.  Giovanni Battaglin won that edition, after a 42-km individual time trial where he didn’t know he had won the Giro until he heard the crowd in the Arena chanting his name.  It was his first Giro victory… And it was special for many other reasons.

Not only did he became the first cyclist to win the Giro in the Arena… Not only did he became the first cyclist from the Veneto region to win a Giro d’Italia…He achieved a record still unmatched: two Grand-Tour victories in just 48 days, the shortest time frame ever.

The city of Verona has changed Giovanni Battaglin’s life forever, laying the foundation for his eponymous bike brand.  In consequence, every time the Giro d’Italia ends in the city of Verona, we like to commemorate the occasion.   In 2022, with the Pink Race’s finishing line inside the Arena for the fifth time, we launched a frame named after the city itself…

 For more information about the limited edition Battaglin Verona 2022, or if you would like to begin the process of ordering a frame, you can contact Officina Battaglin direct at: https://officinabattaglin.com/ or the Battaglin experts of Lakeside Bicycles by phone (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com

a link to current photos of Lakeside Bicycles current Pegoretti inventory

"If steel wanted to race on a steel bike, it would buy this."

Life means little without something extra. Hidden away in the norther Italian city of Verona there is a workshop. Behind its bird bedecked doors lays a priceless treasure: Dario Pegoretti's workshop. We love these frames. We love the way they ride, the way they climb and reward every ounce of power you can summon and then drop off the top of the climb and guide you down the descent, the way they spring into action when you jump out of the saddle sprinting for the road signs with your mates and the beautiful comfortable ride they provide through a long day in the saddle. Most of all we love the way Dario does his own thing and is gloriously opinionated. He knows weight isn't everything and that ultimately power transfer and comfort are what matter most to his customers. He is innovative (check out the Reponsorium) but not for the sake of it and never to follow fashion. If you buy a Pegoretti you are buying into Dario's knowledge, his artistry and a great Italian framebuilding tradition. If you are after the latest ultra-lightweight, compact frame from the most exotic material look elsewhere, but if you are after the bike of a lifetime look no further. Dario Pegoretti credits Gino Milani for teaching him the science and the art of building bicycles. From there, Dario moved to his own workshop, where he continued to build frames. Pegoretti was amongst the first of the European framebuilders to embrace lugless TIG welding to build premium bicycles. In addition Dario worked with leading edge manufacturers, such as Excell and Dedacciai, in the development of new materials and tube sets. He earned a strong following among professional riders, and built bikes for a number of elite teams. Recently Dario moved to a new workshop where he builds a small number of fine frames, by hand, each year. In this age of mass produced products Dario Pegoretti occupies a unique position as a true individual. Since 2005 Dario has been building all his steel frames exclusively out of Columbus Niobium Spirit tubing insisting that Columbus take the extra step to heat treat the tubes for him. While the stock version of the tubes has very good elongation qualities and thereby provides a nice bit of shock damping, heat treating them gives them a considerable increase in responsiveness under a load, making a Pegoretti feel like it's gliding on a poor road surface to an extent unmatched by other tubesets. If you love bicycles and bicycling then every day you spend without a Pegoretti is a day spent in cycling depravation. Tell your spouse that it is a safety issue. Tell your children that they can go to college some other time. Tell your Priest or Rabbi that it will make you a better person. Tell your Pegoretti dealer that you are ready and then just do it. Everything will be better as a result. The Marcello and Duende frames are available in stock sizes 49cm - 60cm in 1 cm increments. The price includes a one colour paint finish, for other paint designs or custom geometry there is an extra charge of $300. (that is per color) Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun or you can e-mail us at Info@lakeside-bikes.com.
$20.00
The Flightline One 27.5 model features an all new 6000 series alloy frame with an internal head tube mounted to a Haro suspension fork with 80mm of travel to smooth out all the bumps. It features 27.5-inch wheels, which are slightly taller and faster rolling, made from alloy double wall rims fitted with a Shimano cassette rear hub, and 2.2-inch-wide tires with multi surface a tread pattern. The FL 27.5 is ideally suited for all-around riding and an introduction to fire-roads and easy MTB trails. - MY19 Haro FL 6000 Series alloy frame w/ internal head tube - HL CH-389 27.5" suspension fork w/ 80mm travel - 1-1/8" internal Threadless headset - Shimano FC-TY301, 42x34x24T alloy crankset - Shimano Tourney TY-300 rear derailleur - Shimano EF-41 3x7-spd shifters - Shimano CS-HG200, 7-spd 12-32T cassette - Shimano TY500 7-speed cassette hub - Alloy DW rims w/ Pivit alloy cassette 32h hubs
$109.99 $120.00 8% Off
You're never too old to learn how to ride. The Swoop is perfect for children who are a bit too big for a traditional balance bike, helping them learn how to balance properly and safely before moving on to a traditional pedal bike. Features include a sturdy steel frame and fork, adjustable handlebar and saddle, plus a rear brake make this the perfect bike to scoot around the neighborhood. - Step-Thru design with relaxed geometry allows for children to learn how to balance properly and ease the transition onto a pedaled bike - Adjustable seat and handlebar allow for a wider range of rider heights - Rear brake for added safety
$120.00
We believe in raising kids who excel at life and always have the courage to tackle whatever comes next. That’s why the Strider 12 Sport Balance Bike has become the ultimate vehicle for kids as young as 18 months. Your tiny-legged toddler is ready to ride, thirsting for freedom, and craving adventure. Give your child the bike that set the world on fire and encourages them to experience the thrill of riding while developing confidence and coordination…before they’re even out of diapers. The Sport is our best all-around model. Mini-grips mean little mitts can easily take control and make this lean, mean, durable bike the biggest bang for your buck, which is probably why it’s our best seller. The 12 Sport is the perfect bike to take your child from baby steps to big strides, all without busting out a toolkit (tool-free seat and handlebar adjustment AND tires that never go flat). The Strider Sport has a seat height range from 28-48 cm (11-19 in.), which means it fits a huge range of inseam lengths (30-51 cm [12-20 in.]). The cushy, padded seat and an additional extra-long seatpost means your child will get years out of their Strider. Boring specs aside, this is the bike that introduces kids to the freedom, power, and responsibility of riding. Now they have the power to keep up with you when you’re out and about. No more strollers. No more of those ridiculous kid leashes. Your child can experience the truly amazing freedom that comes with being a part of the Strider family. Size & Fit - For Ages 18 months to 5 Years - Fits inseam lengths (30-51 cm [12-20 in.]). - Max. Rider Weight: 27 kg (60 lbs.) FRAME Steel Frame Assembled Weight: 3.0 kg (6.7 lbs.) No-Tool Assembly Fully Adjustable with Easy-Adjust Clamps HANDLEBAR Handlebar Height: 46 - 56 cm (18 - 22 in.) Mini-Grip Handlebar with Safety Pad SEAT Seat Height: 28 - 48 cm (11 - 19 in.) Includes One, Ergonomically-Padded Seat Includes Standard and XL Seatposts WHEELS Ultralight Molded Wheels with Maintenance-Free Sealed Cartridge Bearings and Flat-Free Foam Rubber 12” Tires FOOTREST Built-In Footrests
$120.00

Strider Sports Balance Bikes

STRIDER Sport:

Lakeside Bicycles believes in raising kids who excel at life and always have the courage to tackle whatever comes next. That’s why the Strider 12 Sport Balance Bike has become the ultimate vehicle for kids as young as 18 months. Your tiny-legged toddler is ready to ride, thirsting for freedom, and craving adventure. Give your child the bike that set the world on fire and encourages them to experience the thrill of riding while developing confidence and coordination…before they’re even out of diapers.

The Sport is Strider's best all-around model. Mini-grips mean little mitts can easily take control and make this lean, mean, durable bike the biggest bang for your buck, which is probably why it’s Lakeside Bicycle's best seller. The 12 Sport is the perfect bike to take your child from baby steps to big strides, all without busting out a toolkit (tool-free seat and handlebar adjustment AND tires that never go flat). The Strider Sport has a seat height range from 28-48 cm (11-19 in.), which means it fits a huge range of inseam lengths (30-51 cm [12-20 in.]). The cushy, padded seat and an additional extra-long seatpost means your child will get years out of their Strider.

Boring specs aside, this is the bike that introduces kids to the freedom, power, and responsibility of riding. Now they have the power to keep up with you when you’re out and about. No more strollers. Your child can experience the truly amazing freedom that comes with being a part of the Strider family.

Become your kiddo’s biggest cheerleader with the best bike out there.  For more information check our Strider's complete suite of instructional videos at https://www.youtube.com/striderbikes or feel free to contact the Strider experts of Lakeside Bicycles by phone (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or by email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com .

$150.00
For "fun on one," look to Sun's Classic Unicycle. The steel frame sports a classic unicrown design and is built for excellent strength and reliability. Plus, the wheel spins on sealed bearings for durability, while the quick-release seatpost makes seat adjustments a snap. And speaking of seats, the Classic's offers top-notch comfort, balance, and bumpers to protect it, too.
$190.00
Strider’s Pro 12 is a lightweight, pedal-less balance bike that allows your child to straddle the bike with both feet on the ground and easily propel the bike by walking or running. This nimble aluminum bike lets your little one focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. The maintenance-free ultra-light wheels feature industrial foam tires so you’ll never have to worry about a flat. The built-in footrest with grip tape allows toddlers to easily glide with their feet up. Plus, the adjustable-height seat and handlebar let the Pro 12 grow with your kiddo.
$190.00

Strider Sports Balance Bikes

STRIDER Pro:

A little dirt never hurt anyone and a child who wants to go fast and get dirty needs the right tools. We create kids who have the moxie to say, “Bring it on. Challenge me. I’m ready, world.” The Strider 12 Pro Balance Bike is the bike of choice for kids who don’t just want to go fast but need to go fast… the rest of the world will catch up later, if it can.

Not even a full diaper is enough to slow down the Strider12 Pro. Designed for little racers, the premium Strider 12 Pro Balance Bike is the ultra-light, high-end bike for tiny speed demons who crave the wind in their face and freedom at their fingertips. An all-aluminum frame that barely tips the scale at 2.54 kg (5.6 lbs.), a textured performance footrest, and an official Strider number plate all mean your little dirt devil is going to be spinning up tornadoes around the other kids at the park.

With a seat height range from 28-48cm (11-19 in.), the Strider 12 Pro perfectly fits children with an inseam of 30-51 cm (12-20 in.).  For more information check our Strider's complete suite of instructional videos at https://www.youtube.com/striderbikes or feel free to contact the Strider experts of Lakeside Bicycles by phone (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) at 503-699-8665 or by email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com .

$250.00 - $475.00
Kids move fast, and grow faster. At times, it can seem like there's a small window for the perfect bike fit. The right bike for a young rider is a delicate balance between too small, too big, and a short-lived just right. If we're going to inspire the next generation of riders, we need to keep kids comfortably riding longer. The Jett is designed so that you'll never fear the growth spurts. We did our homework to understand how kids grow—spoiler alert, kids' arms and legs grow more rapidly than their torso. We took to the books and designed a bike with child-specific touch points that withstand the development of young riders. The Jett is uniquely adjustable, perfectly proportional, and child-liftable-you'll always be set to Jett. The Jett Single Speed features an adjustable handlebar that allows kids to fine tune reach as their arms grow. The narrower saddle and grips were informed by a Retul study on kids to be the appropriately size—with handbrakes on both the 16" and 20". And what's more, we designed the frame and reviewed every component to make the Jett one of the lightest bikes on the market. You're going to have to beg them to get off this bike. - We designed the Jett Single Speed to be uniquely adjustable with longer seatposts and adjustable handlebars so kids can dial-in the perfect riding position as they grow. - Every detail of the Jett Single Speed—including the 130mm Bridge saddle, narrower-diameter grips, and short-reach, tool-less adjustable brake levers—was informed by Retul data from a kids' research group to be perfectly proportional for young riders. - A lightweight bike is simply more fun and the Jett Single Speed's all-new A1 aluminum frame, alloy fork, Pathfinder tires, and single-speed drivetrain make it one of the lightest kids' bikes on the market.
$250.00 - $300.00
With our Riprock Coaster 16, riding gets boiled down to its simplest element—fun. And to make sure of it, we designed the bike with tons of cool features that are easy for your little ones to use, like a coaster brake for simple stopping, wide 16x2.3" tires that increase stability and confidence, and tough components that will stand up to years of abuse. It's the perfect bike for your little ripper to start getting out on the trail with—we just wish that we had one when we were kids. - The A1 premium aluminum frame is lightweight and built to withstand the tough use by kids, while the geometry features an ultra-low standover that makes it easy for your little ones to fit on and grow with the bike. - Steel coaster brake is a reliable, easy to use brake perfect for safe stops and awesome skids. - 16x2.3" Rhythm Lite tires deliver tons of traction, comfort, stability, and fun over all types of terrain
$255.00
PEDALING HER FIRST TWO-WHEELER IS ONE OF LIFE’S GREAT EXPERIENCES, AND THE COLORFUL ADORE MAKES IT EASY. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Lightweight ALUXX-Grade Aluminum frame material and innovative fork design come together to keep her bike light and easy to pedal. Intuitive Singlespeed drivetrain and smaller grips keep it easy for her to learn and feel comfortable behind the wheel. Safe Easy balance tires, training wheels and a low stand-over height allow for safe maneuvering.
$260.00
NOTHING BEATS THE FEELING OF YOUR FIRST PEDAL BIKE. THIS TWO-WHEELER COMES WITH REMOVABLE TRAINING WHEELS AND MAKES IT EASY FOR KIDS TO FALL IN LOVE WITH CYCLING. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Built for kids Short crank length and narrow Q-factor make Animator easy to pedal, and a lightweight aluminum frame allows small children to have more control. Kid-friendly features Short-reach brake levers, lower stand-over height, protective stem pad and removable training wheels make it fun and safe for kids learning to ride a pedal bike. Durable ALUXX aluminum frame material provides long-lasting reliability, backed by a lifetime warranty on the frame.
$260.00
PEDALING HER FIRST TWO-WHEELER IS ONE OF LIFE’S GREAT EXPERIENCES, AND THE COLORFUL ADORE MAKES IT EASY. KEY PERFORMANCE FACTORS Lightweight ALUXX-Grade Aluminum frame material and innovative fork design come together to keep her bike light and easy to pedal. Intuitive Singlespeed drivetrain and smaller grips keep it easy for her to learn and feel comfortable behind the wheel. Safe Easy balance tires, training wheels, and a low stand-over height allow for safe maneuvering.
$275.00
With our Riprock Coaster 12, riding gets boiled down to its simplest element—fun. And to make sure of it, we designed the bike with tons of cool features that are easy for your little ones to use, like a coaster brake for simple stopping, wide 12 x 2.3" tires that increase stability and confidence, and tough components that will stand up to years of abuse. It's the perfect bike for your little ripper to start getting out on the trail with—we just wish that we had one when we were kids. - The A1 premium aluminum frame is lightweight and built to withstand the tough use by kids, while the geometry features an ultra-low standover that makes it easy for your little ones to fit on and grow with the bike. - Steel coaster brake is a reliable, easy to use brake perfect for safe stops and awesome skids. - 12x2.3" Rhythm Lite tires deliver tons of traction, comfort, stability, and fun over all types of terrain
$299.99 - $550.00 $550.00 Up to 45% Off
Kids move fast, and grow faster. At times, it can seem like there's a small window for the perfect bike fit. The right bike for a young rider is a delicate balance between too small, too big, and a short-lived just right. If we're going to inspire the next generation of riders, we need to keep kids comfortably riding longer. The Jett is designed so that you'll never fear the growth spurts. We did our homework to understand how kids grow—spoiler alert, kids' arms and legs grow more rapidly than their torso. We took to the books and designed a bike with child-specific touch points that withstand the development of young riders. The Jett is uniquely adjustable, perfectly proportional, and child-liftable—they'll always be set to Jett. The Jett Multispeed features an adjustable handlebar that allows kids to fine tune reach as their arms grow. The 2-hole position cranks combined with longer seat tubes give plenty of flexibility to dial-in the optimal pedaling position. And what's more, we designed the frame and reviewed every component to make the Jett one of the lightest bikes on the market. You're going to have to beg them to get off this bike. - We designed the Jett Multispeed to be uniquely adjustable with 2-hole position cranks, adjustable handlebars, and longer seatposts so kids can dial-in the perfect riding position as they grow. - Every detail of the Jett Multispeed—including the 130mm Bridge saddle, narrower-diameter grips, and short-reach, tool-less adjustable brake levers—was informed by Retul data from a kids' research group to be perfectly proportional for young riders. - A lightweight bike is simply more fun and the Jett Multispeed's all-new A1 aluminum frame, alloy fork, Pathfinder tires, and 7-speed drivetrain make it one of the lightest kids' bikes on the market.
$300.00 - $325.00 $300.00 - $325.00 Up to 8% Off
Traction, control, confidence, and fun—the Riprock 20 Coaster is the perfect bike for your kid to start hitting the trails with. And with the simple coaster brake design, safety and fun aren't mutually exclusive anymore. - The A1 premium aluminum frame is lightweight and built to withstand the tough use by kids, while the geometry features an ultra-low standover that makes it easy for your little ones to fit on and grow with the bike. - Steel coaster brake is a reliable, easy to use brake perfect for safe stops and awesome skids. - 20x2.3" Rhythm Lite tires deliver tons of traction, comfort, stability, and fun over all types of terrain.
$330.00
Here’s a ticket to hit the trail. The XTC Jr. 20 is the perfect way to introduce young riders to off-road riding. Key performance factors: Lightweight frame ALUXX-grade aluminum frame provides a lightweight, purpose-built chassis for aspiring young off-road riders. Confidence and control Size-specific wheels and front suspension give young riders the performance they need for true off-road riding. Kid-friendly features Youth-specific performance components help young riders improve their off-road skills.
$400.00
When your young rider has graduated from their single speed with coaster brakes, they're ready for Bianchi's Duel 20". With its high-quality Bianchi aluminum frame, Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with easy-to-use twist shifter, and linear pull brakes, this bike will allow them to become a confident rider quickly. The 20" alloy rims and knobby tires roll fast over all types of terrain and offer tons of stability and traction. There's also a suspension fork to smooth out their ride and a chain guard to keep pant legs safe.
$400.00
When your young rider has graduated from their single speed with coaster brakes, they're ready for Bianchi's Duel 20". With its high-quality Bianchi aluminum frame, Shimano 6-speed drivetrain with easy-to-use twist shifter, and linear pull brakes, this bike will allow them to become a confident rider quickly. The 20" alloy rims and knobby tires roll fast over all types of terrain and offer tons of stability and traction. There's also a suspension fork to smooth out their ride and a chain guard to keep pant legs safe.
$400.00
When your mini-me is ready to hit the trail with you, give them a bike that can keep up. The Duel 24" has a lightweight alloy frame and fast-rolling 24" alloy wheels with knobby tires for plenty of speed and stability. The Shimano Tourney Revo-Twist 6-speed drivetrain is easy to use and gives them enough options to get used to gearing without being overwhelming. A suspension fork smooths out the bumps in the trail and dependable v-brakes keep speed under control.
$437.50 $875.00 50% Off
The Lava Dome is kind of like your best friend, but in bike form. It’s awesome in the dirt. It’s awesome to rally around town. It’s awesome poking around neighborhood singletrack, and it does it all in a dependable way. The Lava Dome features an easy-to-use 9-speed drivetrain with a clutch rear derailleur as well as sleek internal cable routing and dropouts. With strong 29” wheels that can accept up to a 2.6” tires, this bike is ready for everything in its path! For more information we can be reached at 503-699-8665 or at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com
$450.00
Kids move fast, and grow faster. At times, it can seem like there’s a small window for the perfect bike fit. The right bike for a young rider is a delicate balance between too small, too big, and a short-lived just right. If we’re going to inspire the next generation of riders, we need to keep kids comfortably riding longer. The Jett is designed so that you’ll never fear the growth spurts. We did our homework to understand how kids grow—spoiler alert, kids’ arms and legs grow more rapidly than their torso. We took to the books and designed a bike with child-specific touch points that withstand the development of young riders. The Jett is uniquely adjustable, perfectly proportional, and child-liftable—you’ll always be set to Jett. The Jett Single Speed features an adjustable handlebar that allows kids to fine tune reach as their arms grow. The narrower saddle and grips were informed by a Retül study on kids to be the appropriately size—with handbrakes on both the 16” and 20”. And what’s more, we designed the frame and reviewed every component to make the Jett one of the lightest bikes on the market. You’re going to have to beg them to get off this bike. We designed the Jett Single Speed to be uniquely adjustable with longer seatposts and adjustable handlebars so kids can dial-in the perfect riding position as they grow. Every detail of the Jett Single Speed—including the 130mm Bridge saddle, narrower-diameter grips, and short-reach, tool-less adjustable brake levers—was informed by Retül data from a kids’ research group to be perfectly proportional for young riders. A lightweight bike is simply more fun and the Jett Single Speed’s all-new A1 aluminum frame, alloy fork, Pathfinder tires, and single-speed drivetrain make it one of the lightest kids’ bikes on the market. For more information we can be reached at 503-699-8665 or info@Lakeside-Bikes.com
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