Children’s Bike DHS Miss Twenty 2004 20” – 2015
Children’s bike with 13” frame and 20” wheels, front and rear V-brake, luggage carrier, reflectors, bell.
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Children’s Bike DHS Miss Twenty 2004 20” – 2015
The Children’s Bike DHS 2004 20” – 2015 is a modern children’s bike with no top tube. It has a variety of functional and safety features. The highly durable, lightweight, Hi-Ten steel frame makes it possible to ride the bike both on a flat surface and in moderate terrain. The Children’s Bike DHS 2004 20” – 2015 also features a highly effective V-brake, a luggage carrier, reflectors for higher visibility, a bell, fenders and an ergonomically-shaped seat, providing maximum comfort during the ride.
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- Wheel size: 20”
- Frame: lightweight, steel Hi-Ten
- Fork: steel
- Rims: aluminum
- Brakes: Winzip V-brake
- Handlebars: steel
- Seat: soft, ergonomic
- Recommended body height: up to 155cm
- Minimum seat height (from the ground): 65cm
- Maximum seat height (from the ground): 71cm
- Weight limit: 80kg
- Recommended age: 6+
- Front and rear fender
- Luggage carrier
- Safety reflector set
- Chain guard
- Frame size: 13”
- Weight: 13.5kg
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Children’s Bike DHS Miss Twenty 2004 20” – 2015 - Product parameters
Generally speaking, the more the better. Mountain and cross bikes should have at least 24 speeds (road bikes should have at least 18).
The main part of a bike. Other parts and components are affixed to it. It has a shape of an uneven pentagon, but the main load-bearing part is made up of an uneven quadrangle with an adhering triangle at the rear (unless the bike has rear fork suspension).
12" (for users 90 - 110 cm tall)
14" (for users 95 - 115 cm tall)
16" (for users 100 - 125 cm tall)
18" (for users 105 - 125 cm tall)
20" (for users 105 - 135 cm tall)
24" (for users 115 - 155 cm tall)
26" (for users over 155 cm tall)
27,5" (for users over 155 cm tall)
28" (for users over 155 cm tall)
29" (for users over 155 cm tall)
Brakes are an essential part of a bike. The two most common types are disc brakes and V-brakes. Disc brakes are more effective, but need to be maintained more often, while V-brakes are easy to maintain and last longer. Other braking systems include drum brakes or a coaster brake (in children's bikes).
Serves to attach the front wheel and brake.
Brakes are an essential part of a bike. The two most common types are disc brakes and V-brakes. Disc brakes are more effective, but harder to maintain. On the other hand, V-brakes' maintenance is easier and they will last longer. ther braking systes include drum brakes or a coaster brake (children's bikes).
Brakes are an essential part of every bike. The two most common types are disc brakes and V-brakes. Disc brakes are more effective, but harder to maintain. V-brakes are on the other hand easier to maintain and last longer. Other braking systems include drum brakes or a coaster brake (on children's bikes).
Generally speaking, the more kilometers per year you ride, the higher quality should the components of your bike be. Component sets are divided into three main categories.
Basic components set - more affordable bikes have basic components of good quality
Advanced components set - bikes have high quality components, along with some accessories (i.e. mudguards and carriers on trekking bikes, etc.)
Top components set - bikes with highest quality components and accessories.
Handlebars are connected to the stem and they help steer the bike. They carry braking elvers, gear shifters, grips and accessories, such as a cycling computer, a bell, a map and many others. They come in different shapes, i.e. riser bars, bullhorns or drop bars.
Plastic or metal mudguards for the front and rear wheel. Their purpose is to protect the cyclist against mud and water splashing from the revolving wheel. Mudguards are not often used on mountain bikes (however, there are special mudguards for this purpose), so that the mud glued to the wheels wouldn't rub against them. The front mudguard is attached to the fork, on mountain bikes it can be also attached to the frame. The rear mudguard is affixed to the frame near the centre and to the rear fork under the saddle. On mountain bikes, the rear mudguard is attached under the seat post (approx. 20 cm above the wheel).
Frame size is given in inches. Each size is suitable for a certain user height. General standard is as follows:
|User height||MTB||Cross bikes||City bikes|
|150 - 155 cm||15" - 16"||16"||50 - 52 cm|
|155 - 160 cm||16"||16"||52 cm|
|160 - 165 cm||16" - 17"||17"||52 cm|
|165 - 170 cm||17" - 18"||17" - 18"||52 - 54 cm|
|170 - 175 cm||18" - 19"||18" - 19"||54 - 56 cm|
|175 - 180 cm||19" - 20"||19" - 20"||56 - 58 cm|
|180 - 185 cm||20" - 21"||20" - 21"||58 - 60 cm|
|185 - 190 cm||21" - 22"||21" - 22"||60 cm|
|190 - 195 cm||22" - 23"||22" - 23"||62 cm|
|over 195||over 23"||24"||62 - 64 cm|
The total weight of the product.
By observing the weight limit of the product, you significantly increase its service life and prevent it from wearing down prematurely. It is not recommended to exceed this limit.