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Ridgeback Honey Girls 2017


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Product Details

Ridgeback Honey Girls

A perfect bike for girls around 3-4 years old.

A 14 inch-wheeled bike like this might be the perfect bike for a 3-4 year old girl who is a bit tall for 12" wheels but can't quite manage the big step up to a 16"-wheel bike.

Being a Ridgeback, the Honey stands up there with the best kids' bikes on the market.

  • The frame is 6061 aluminium so it's strong and light, as are the alloy wheels and alloy V-brakes
  • Short 102mm crankarms suit short legs.
  • The 28t chainring matched with a 16t freewheel gives a nice low singlespeed gear that’s easy for beginners to pedal.
  • The chain is totally enclosed to keep the rider clean and out of harm’s way.
  • Fitted with removable stabilisers.
  • Approximate age range: 3-6.
  • See also the Ridgeback MX14boys' bike (which many girls get on fine with) which is is technically identical, apart from the colour.

Kids Bike Sizing Guide.

Technical Specifications

Frame6061 Heat treated Aluminium
ForkHi Ten Steel
Bottom BracketCro Mo Axle
Chainset28T 102mm
ChainZ410 1/8"
Freewheel16T single
RimsAlloy 20h
TyresOff Road 14 x 1.75"
BrakesAlloy V-brake
Brake LeversComposite with reach adjust
HandlebarRiser 450mm
StemHi Ten
GripsSoft PVC Mushroom
SaddleJunior Comfort
SeatpostSteel 27.2mm
PedalsNylon BMX


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