Remember your first bike? The sense of freedom and adventure? We want every kid to have a great first-bike experience, and a great outdoor experience everytime
TheTrek Wahoo 24 is Trek's hybrid bike thats lightweight, simple for low maintenance and most of all practical. Making it easy for your little one to make the most of every ride, Versatile for ease of use it's light, capable on a variety of surfaces and equipped with a 1x8 drive train with a wide range of gearing for a variety of terrains.
With it's lightweight Alpha Aluminium frame that's easy for kids to pick up and manoeuvre, multi-surface tyres for traction on a variety of terrain and a 1x8 drive train that simplifies the shifting process so kids can focus on what matters: having fun!
- A simple 1x8 drivetrain simplifies shifting so kids can focus on having fun!
- Closed dropouts with Trek's proprietary ThruSkew, a safety feature that ensures that the wheels will never drop out unintentionally.
- Lightweight and capable: Wahoo's aluminium frame is strong and durable, but still light enough that it's easy for kids to control.
- You shouldn't buy your kid's bike where you buy your cereal – Unlike big box brands, Trek kids' bikes are designed specifically by people who know bikes.
For a correct bike size see the Sizing Guide which can help assist you with the right wheel size, or, feel free to try our bikes in store.
- Alpha Frame Aluminium Frame - Trek's lightweight high-performance aluminium is durable and rustproof.
- 1X Drive train - Simple shifting is the best way to teach a kid to ride a real mountain bike.
- Race-ready components - Quality components mean this bike is ready to shred the singletrack on race day or ...just round the park.
- Hand Brakes - Confident stopping for youngters who are ready to control their speed with their hannds.
Remember that it takes more than just a bike for your kid to have a safe and enjoyable riding experience. A comfortable helmet that fits properly is an absolute necessity.
Gears are great. Gears significantly increase a bike’s versatility, and reduce fatigue so that your child can participate in longer rides with the family. As with hand brakes, some amount of gearing will be beneficial to children who are able to operate them properly.
The ideal gearing for your child depends on the type of riding they will be doing. Longer rides on more variable terrain will require a wider range of gears. Youngsters interested in exploring mountain biking or getting serious on a road bike should have more gears than a kid who will primarily be cruising the neighbourhood with friends.