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  • TREK WAHOO 24" BLUE
  • TREK WAHOO 24" BLUE
  • TREK WAHOO 24" BLUE
  • TREK WAHOO 24" BLUE
  • TREK WAHOO 24" BLUE
  • TREK WAHOO 24" BLUE

TREK WAHOO 24" BLUE

€529,00
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Wahoo 24 is a lightweight, simple and practical kids' hybrid bike that makes it easy for your little one to make the most of every ride. This versatile bike is built for ease of use: it's light, capable on a variety of surfaces and equipped with a 1x8 drive train and a wide range of gearing for wherever your little one roams. For kids aged 8-12, between 129.5- 149.8 cm (51-59˝) tall.

 

It's right for you if...

You know riding is about having fun, and you want your little one to have a capable ride that's easy to operate, easy to handle and versatile. Whether you're riding as a family or commuting to school in the morning, Wahoo delivers one great ride after another.

The tech you get

A lightweight Alpha Aluminium frame that's easy for kids to pick up and manoeuvre, multi-surface tyres for traction on a variety of terrain and a 1x8 drive train that simplifies the shifting process so kids can focus on what matters: having fun!

The final word

Wahoo is an all-purpose kids' bike with great all-around performance. It's light, practical, built for ease of use and a lot of fun to ride. Plus, it's super easy to accessorise, so your little one can make it their own!

 

The Walkthrough

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  1. Lightweight and capable: Wahoo's aluminium frame is strong and durable, but still light enough that it's easy for kids to control
  2. Closed dropouts with Trek's proprietary ThruSkew, a safety feature that ensures that the wheels will never drop out unintentionally
  3. A simple 1x8 drivetrain simplifies shifting so kids can focus on having fun!
  4. Investing in a kids' bike from an established bike brand is worth it – Trek kids' bikes are designed and assembled by people who know bikes
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