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Simply put, the Kink Roaster is designed to be a kid’s first BMX bike. The 12” wheel and frame size make it an easy transition from a balance bike and means kids will feel completely comfortable on their first pedaling bike. Once again, this bike isn’t simply a bike with 12” wheels or merely a miniaturised BMX bike. It factors into account standard BMX geometry, and applies them to a younger child’s size and needs. The Gloss Machine Red colourway really shines while the bike sports some great components throughout. In addition to the miniaturized 5” Kink Puma CC bars and 12” Kink Lance forks, the Roaster features a coaster brake in lieu of a lever-based brake system, that could be too difficult for some children to use at a young age. The seatstay bridge has been designed to accept a caliper brake or 990 brake plate for those looking to add a lever style brake as well. Seat height adjustable from 15.5″-18.5″.
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BMX BIKE SIZE GUIDE
BMX bikes are measured in two ways, the size of the wheel (20” is the standard BMX Wheel size) and the length of the frame which is gauged by the top tube measurement which we have also simplified for you into XS, Small, Medium etc categories.
Below is a guide to what size you should be looking for. note there is some overlap in sizes as personal preference also comes into the equation.