Here is Kaden Stone proving that a 9 year old can be really good on a bike. Tailwhips to pedals, truck drivers, 360 whips and all sorts of things you wouldn’t expect a 9 year old to do. He recently rawed his Primer Jr, so to see more info check out the bike then go right HERE. Way to go Kaden!
Super ramp shredder, Daniel Sandoval, took a spin on Kaden Stone’s Primer Jr and threw down some wild moves over a box jump including a 3whip to barspin. Daniel is super dialed as you can tell do to all these moves being in only 2 runs. We’ve always said the Primer Jr is the closest scaled down version of a 20″ compared to any other brand. If Daniel can easily adapt then so can anyone else. Check below to see more info about the Primer Jr.
It is so great to see young kids like Ryan Slusher absolutely shredding on 16″ bikes. He is pushing the limits of what kids are doing on these bikes. He’s riding our Sunday Primer Jr. which is specifically tailored for kids between the ages of 5-10 years old. The bike has proper fitting bars, 28 spoke wheels and a very short chainstay length which makes it easier to spin, whip and backflip. Learn more about the Primer Jr after the break.
How amazing is this video? Nine year old Kaden Stone shreds in his first ever video edit. We made our 16″ Primer Jr/Lil’ Spark with kids like Kaden in mind. The goal was to create a bike with a geometry that made it easier for a kid to have fun and progress on a bike. Most 16″ bikes look out of proportion and usually have a chainstay length that is too long which hinders how easy the front end comes up. A shorter chainstay makes it easier for a kid to maneuver the bike. Just look at how easy Kaden rides his Primer Jr./Lil’ Spark. Check after the break for more info.
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We’re excited to announce the release of the Sunday Primer and Primer Jr. What is the Primer? Due to circumstances beyond our control, we’ve had to rename the Spark and Lil Spark. The Primer and Primer Jr. are the same affordable and reliable bikes, just with a new name. To celebrate this name change, we are releasing 3 new colors in two sizes. First, we have a new 21″ TT size that is offered in Metallic Silver and Blue Wave colors. Next, we have a Mint in a 20.5″ TT size. These colors are in addition to our previous color options. Look for the new colors starting late next week.
Kaden Stone does a very solid tailwhip on his Sunday 16″ Lil’ Spark complete bike in this video. The amazing part is he just turned 9 years old. I’m pretty certain I learned endos at Kaden’s age. Keep it up Kaden! Check after the break to learn more about the Lil’ Spark that he is riding.
How rad is this? Eight year old Kaden Stone does a rad one hander to can can 450 at this local skatepark aboard the 16″ Lil’ Spark complete bike. There’s been nothing but good reviews on our 16″ bike. The short rear end, proper width on bars and lighter wheels make the Spark really easy to maneuver on. Look for Kaden in the The Recon Tour which has it’s last event at the Clairemont Park in San Diego on October 6th.
Nine year old Ryan Slusher did his first backflip aboard our 16″ Lil’ Spark complete bike recently. Look at this form! Just from this photo you can tell he’s has this with ease. Photo via Robert Lee. Check out the geometry and see why the Lil’ Spark works so well for Ryan after the break.
If you live in the UK and have been looking for the 2013 complete bikes then look no further. Here are the new bikes at Sibot BMX and judging by the backdrop they have a great selection. To see more details of the Aaron Ross PRO, 16″ Lil’ Spark and Gary Young PRO bikes shown in this photo then check after the break.
Well, it looks like the geometry of the 16″ Lil’ Spark works very well. Here is 9 year old, Ryan Slusher doing his first ever backflip in a contest at the Battle of the Bay Contest in San Francisco. It’s really exciting to see the progression of young BMXers these days. Who knows what Ryan has up his sleeve in the future. For a closer look at the Lil’ Spark then check after the break.