Koda 7 Speed 20” Kids’ Bike (6-8 yrs)

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Meet the big kid bike that’ll be with them through all their ups and downs. Koda 7 has a 7-speed drivetrain with twist shifters (just like on many adult bikes) that’ll get them used to switching gears to manage their speed and inclines. Wide, grippy tires paired with highly responsive front & rear V-brakes will keep their riding smooth and confident. Koda 7 has a minimum seat height of 23” to accommodate the smallest riders, and offers a wide-range adjustable seat and handlebar height to grow as they do.

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Koda 7-Speed 20” Kids’ Bike (6-8 years) | Cobalt

6-8 Years

Recommended age range

23” Minimum Seat Height

Adjusts to accommodate them as they grow

20x1.95” Tires

Wide, grippy tires

Shimano 7-Speed

Cruise on flat pavement or tackle inclines

Revoshift Twist-Grip Shifter

Hands on handlebar shifting

Easy-Reach V-Brake

Precise and reliable stopping
Features
Grows With Them
This bike’s wide range of adjustable seat height, extending from just 23” up to 29”, can accommodate small riders and their growth spurts, so little cyclists can keep riding comfortably as their bike grows with them.
Shimano 7-Speed
With a full set of gears adding power and speed to their ride, they’ll tackle the hills and flats of the cul-de-sac while learning how to shift and adjust the bike’s resistance for a comfortable ride on varying inclines.
Perfect Fit
A better fitting bike leads to faster learning, heightened confidence, & more fun. At 25.7 lbs, this bike is lightweight and easier for kids to maneuver, and its easy-mount frame & ergonomic saddle were tailor-made just for them.
Reach Adjustable V-Brake
This bike features a highly responsive, easy-reach V-brake that teaches little ones how to use hand brakes like those found on adult bikes. Easily adjust the brake lever’s reach to fit smaller hands.
Shimano Revoshift Shifters
A safer ride at their fingertips – literally. Kids can safely change gears with palms on the handlebars and eyes on the road.
Threadless Steering System
Stronger, lighter, more precise steering, and easier to maintain.
Their Environment
Best for Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
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Specifications
Specification
Frameset
  • Frame High-tensile steel hand-built, Low-Profile step-over frame design and decals protected by clear-coat
  • Headtube 110mm frame headtube
  • Fork Unicrown high-tensile steel, 25.4mm threadless
Wheelset
  • Rims Retrospec aluminum double-wall 36H
  • Hubs Steel, ball-bearing, 36H, bolt-on, F/100-R/135mm, 3/8" (10mm)
  • Spokes 14G UCP
  • Tires Retrospec 20 x 1.95, S/V valves, 40psi
Accessories
  • Kickstand Steel, center-mount
Drivetrain
  • Derailleur - Rear Shimano Tourney 7S
  • Shifters Shimano Revoshift (twist) 7S, RS35
  • Crank Steel 1-piece 152mm x 36T
  • Chain KMC C65 1/2 x 3/32"
  • BB Loose-ball retainer, 24tpi, #66
  • Freewheel/Cog Shimano Tourney 500, 7S 14-28T
Components
  • Headset Steel, ball-bearing, 1 1/8" threadedless
  • Brakes V-BrakeS front and rear, aluminum w/2-finger aluminum/plastic, reach-adjustable brake levers
  • Handlebars Steel riser, 580mm width x 30mm rise, 25.4 center
  • Grips Soft TPR (95mm (3.75") length, large safety end - PVC/BPA/Lead/Phthalate safe
  • Stem Threadless, steel/aluminum, 1" handlebar clamp dia.(25.4mm), 1 1/8" stem clamp dia.(28.6mm), 80mm ext., 2-bolt alum faceplate
  • Saddle Retrospec for Kids 20", padded
  • Seatpost Steel, 1" (25.4mm)
  • Seatpost Clamp Aluminum aluminum (1 1/8"/28.6mm OD)
  • Pedals High-impact nylon, 1/2" w/CPSC reflectors, black
Sizing
Sizing
How to measure my inseam for a bike

Your inseam can help you find the perfect sized bike (measuring it properly is similar to pant inseams but measured a little differently). Here's how they work:

  1. Stand upright with your feet 6-8" apart.
  2. Using a tape measure or tailor tape, measure from the bottom of your foot to the top of the inside of your leg.
  3. Compare your inseam measurement to the standover height of the bike. You should have about an inch of space between your body and the top tube.
SizeHeight RangeStandover Height
20" - Koda 48" - 58" 21"
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Total 5 star reviews: 4 Total 4 star reviews: 1 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
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Ratings
5 reviews
  • Ian S.
    Flag of United States
    Verified Buyer
    4/10/24
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Very Satisfied

    Amazing quality. Easy to assemble. Will definitely be a returning customer. Highly satisfied with the product.

  • James S.
    Flag of United States
    Verified Buyer
    12/21/23
    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    Assembly was easy (but I

    Assembly was easy (but I am a bicycle mechanic). Someone not so familiar with bicycle maintenance might want to consult someone with some experience. Seems like a well made bike. Packaged well and secure.

  • Robert S.
    Flag of United States
    Verified Buyer
    7/24/23
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Excellent!

    Excellent bicycle for my grandson, who loves it. Attractive and functional. Quick and easy to assemble. A good value. A+

  • Derek B.
    Flag of United States
    Verified Buyer
    6/7/23
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Great bike for the price

    Great bike for the price

  • Darling H.
    Flag of United States
    Verified Buyer
    3/20/23
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    My 6 year old Grandson

    My 6 year old Grandson loves his new bike was riding it in 2 minutes. Learned to use the hand breaks confidently in 15 minutes and was riding as fast as he could pedal in 1/2 hour. I had to adjust the handle bars so he could reach them more comfortably.

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