|Frame||Trek Alpha White Series aluminum|
|Fork||SR SunTour, 50mm-travel|
|Tires||Bontrager SX, 20 x 2.0|
|Crankset||Dialed 32T w/adjustable crankarm length 120mm to 140mm|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 7-speed: 14-28|
|Brake Levers||Trek Dialed-size, aluminum|
|Pedals||Trek Dialed-size platform|
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My 6-year old daughter is now on her 3rd season of riding and was ready to graduate to a bike with gears so she could keep up on the longer rides and hills. We tried the chain sporting goods store and went through 2 different bikes within 1 month. The bike was heavy and had a serious design flaw. The chain would jump the front sprocket and jam between the guard. It was impossible to get the chain out. This was a 6-speed bike and gears 3-4 continued to jump. My daughter was so frustrated with the gears, she refused to use them. What good is having a bike with gears if they don't work? We returned the big box store bike and splurged for the Trek. Although the Trek was $100 more, it has been worth it. My daughter is using ALL 6 speeds and having a great time riding with us. We even went off-road and she loved it!!