Learning to ride? Start here. Simple, tough, and made with multiple wheel sizes to fit a wide range of kids.
Available in five wheel sizes and multiple frame sizes, there’s an Edge model ready to get them set up right for the ride ahead. Every Edge model is best for kids of any age learning to ride and for mastering the basics.
Got the essentials nailed? Time to graduate to the Soul Jr—the perfect bike for experienced kid shredders ready to kick things up a notch.
Available in two wheel sizes, the Soul Jr offers burlier components, bigger tires, and stronger brakes. For kids who have mastered the basics, the Soul Jr is everything they need to tackle faster rides and gentle trails.
Hit the trails
Time to get serious! For kids who have mastered the basics and spent some time off road, the Vertex Jr is just the thing for going a bit faster, a bit bigger, and having more fun.
The Reaper and Growler Jr are made for experienced youth riders. Built to the same level of competence as our full-sized trail bikes, both models are designed to keep up with developing riders as they get faster, more confident, and stronger.
All the competency and burliness of a full-sized trail bike in a junior-sized package. Available in three wheel sizes, the Reaper is the real deal for charging trails and the bike park. Best for experienced junior and youth riders looking to charge steeper and bigger trails.
Burly hardtail goodness in three sizes. Whether they’re hopping off curbs or charging rowdy singletrack, the Growler Jr sets kids up right to ride hard and have fun doing it. Best for experienced junior riders who aren’t afraid to go big.
Each year, our graphic team gets inspired by various themes when coming up with new colour palettes. For this season, the concept stemmed from our riders' playground, the trails, which influenced our natural and down-to-earth shades.
The early teenage years are both a challenging and formative time for everyone. It’s a time of discovery, new direction, and finding your passion, all while under the limitations of lacking a driver’s license, having a curfew, and learning trigon...