Original licensed children's bike in the world-famous Kawasaki design.
V-rim brakes at the front and rear, includes training wheels for new riders.
Height-adjustable saddle and handlebars allow resizing of the bicycle to the child's growth.
The Kawasaki Krunch is an original licensed children’s bike in the red and white design of the Japanese motorcycle forge to awaken the racer in your child. Despite its high-speed design, you don’t have to worry about breakneck crashes: Kawasaki’s children’s bikes are aligned to meet the high safety standards that you demand for your child and to uphold the high expectations you have from a Kawasaki product.
Braking is done on both the front and rear of the Krunch with typical V brakes, allowing slow delay (back) as well as quick hazard braking (front). Because bicycles today are almost always equipped with hand brakes, your child learns from the beginning how to handle the standard braking system. The steel rod is equipped with safety handles that are tailored to the size of a child’s hands and prevent slipping. In the event of a fall, the handlebar is padded on the axis so as to greatly reduce the risk of injury. For novice riders, training wheels on the rear axle may be installed that will help your child overcome his or her initial uncertainty on the bike.
The ball-bearing pedals are in a plastic cage. The single-speed chain drive is hidden under a plastic chain guard so that no clothing gets caught in it and no chain grease gets splashed throughout the area. The Kawasaki Krunch has fenders at the front and rear to protect against mud, so that your little racer won’t get dirty even in bad weather.
As children grow quite quickly, both the handlebar and saddle are adjustable so that they can always be optimally adapted to the your child’s needs, meaning that your child’s Krunch bike will last as long as possible. At 12” the bicycle seat height may be adjusted between 44 and 48cm.
Please note that the bicycle is supplied partially assembled and must be fully assembled by you. This will take about 30 minutes, depending on your technical skills.