Starter bike / Beinn 20 large / Age 6+
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Beinn 20 large / Age 6+

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$439.99$469.99

Starting to explore? The lightweight and perfectly proportioned Beinn 20 large can be built up as a stylish mountain, hybrid, or road kid’s bike.

To ensure your Islabike is a safe and comfortable fit, please see our size guide.

To order call us at 503 954 2410 between 9am – 5pm Pacific Time, Monday – Friday.

 

Color availability:

  • Red
$439.99
  • Green
$469.99
  • Pink
$469.99
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Product Description

Delivery is within 5 – 12 business days depending on your location.

Designed for riders 6 years and older with a minimum inseam of 20.5 inches and height of 47 inches. Please reference our size guide or call us at 503 954 2410 to ensure you get the perfect sized bike for your child.

  • Weight: 17.3 lbs (including pedals)
  • Lightweight 7005 T6 aluminum frame, proportional geometry
  • Chromoly forks
  • 7-speed, wide-ratio Sram X4 gears with light action shifter
  • Short-reach aluminum brake levers with V-brakes give powerful, light action braking with small hands
  • Lightweight wheels with quick release hubs
  • Multi-surface, lightweight Kenda tires
  • Exclusive, child-specific component set

Customize your Beinn 20 large

Beinn 20 large / Age 6+


Why Islabikes?

Key features

Easy gear shifting 

Full specification

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This bike has been designed to be ridden by kids on smooth paved, grassy, or dirt surfaces with moderate gradients. It is not intended for any kind of jumping.

Max weight: Combined rider and luggage 77 lbs.

Additional Information

Color

Green, Pink, Red

2 reviews for Beinn 20 large / Age 6+

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I purchased the large 20″ Beinn for my 6 year old son at Christmas time and after a solid 4 months of use – I can honestly say this is the best kids bike that I’ve ever seen. It’s clear they started with a clean sheet design and set out to build a kids bike that is focused on both fit and performance. The pedals are closer together and shorter for the size of the child which makes a huge difference on how easy the bike is to ride. The handle bars are at just the right location and width. Most 20″ bikes don’t offer gears and this one is impressive with a 7 speed grip shifter that is easy for my son to use – and appears to operate better through the whole gear range than my daughter’s 24″ Trek with a similar gear design. Overall, the fit and finish is excellent and it’s all the little things like rugged handle bar grips, a water bottle holder and a deluxe kick stand that make it truly exceptional.

    If all that above doesn’t convince you to invest in one of these, then hopefully this story will. Approximately 2 years ago when my son was 4 we got him a cheap Schwinn 16″ bike and he struggled with it at first but eventually mastered riding it. He was a tough kid and he pedaled his heart out on longer 5-10 mile family bike rides but would complain of his legs getting tired. I had never heard of Islabikes until I started doing some research on the best kids bikes. What immediately jumped out at me about the Islabike Beinn was that it was a 20″ bike with gears and it only weighed 17.3 lbs, which is crazy light. When you lift it up, it’s an order of magnitude lighter than the comparable Trek 20″. So I went back an weighed his little 16″ Schwinn and was shocked to see it weigh in at 29 lbs. I went back and looked up my son’s growth chart and honestly feel bad we bought a 29 lb bike for a 35 lb kid! When my son gets on the Islabike Beinn – he goes like the wind and never complains now about the duration of a ride and that weight ratio is down to about 1:3.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    After much research, I bought a pink Beinn 20 for my tall five-year-old daughter and both she and I love it. The bike is thoughtfully designed for kids. What does this mean in practice? That your child will love cycling as much as you do. That she will want to ride instead of watch cartoons. That you can share adventures together.

    I was somewhat concerned about the lack of training wheels, but she learned to ride without them on our first outing—this says something about the bike. It’s simply easier for kids to control than clunkier models, and her previous experience with a balance bike made the transition simple.

    Effectively shifting gears takes a bit more wrist and arm strength than she has right now, but this doesn’t pose a problem for us, since keeping it in a middle gear works well. I would buy this bike again if it were only a single-speed, but her muscles will develop with her thirst for different and longer rides. And it’s good to have the option of gears; the simple shifting method is intuitive and she already understands it well.

    Make a child happy and healthy, and put a smile on both of your faces. Well done, Islabikes.

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