Trek Mystic 20

2013/2014
 
5.0 stars
 (7 Reviews)
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Description

Trek's Mystic 20 lets your little girl have more fun than ever with a low-slung top tube for easy on/off and a hand and coaster brake for excellent control. Plus, the colorful paint and graphics and the basket and streamers add a nice touch of style and fun. It's also made from lightweight aluminum with quality components and tough wheels and tires for easy pedaling and excellent reliability.

Features & Info

Trek's Dialed fit-specific design

Trek goes the extra mile to ensure your child's safety and comfort. Their adjustable seats and handlebars give your child room to grow, the small grips and bars provide an excellent fit and complete control, plus the properly sized cranks and pedals mean easier pedaling. Their pint-size saddles fit right, too, enhancing comfort and control.

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(7 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Highly adjustable  (6)
  • Smooth ride  (6)
  • Built to last  (5)
  • Easy to Grow Into  (5)
  • Stable  (4)
  • Comfortable 

Cons

  • Heavy 
  • Quickly outgrown 
  • Streamers tear if dropped 

Best Uses

  • First learning  (6)
  • Street riding  (4)
  • Road Biking 
  • Fear replaced with joy 
  • Modified for special need 

 
4.0
Jul 09, 2014

great bike for my 5-6yr old!

Pros:
Highly Adjustable, Built to Last, Stable, Smooth Ride
Cons:
Quickly Outgrown, Heavy
Best Uses:
Street Riding, First Learning
My daughter has had this bike for a year, she is now six, and we had no issues...until she grew a bit. Now the seat is waaay too small, and I cant seem to find any parts for this bike on this site. We bought this bike because it is easily adjustable and will last a long time,which seems true, except for the tiny tiny seat!
by staceyann116 from arlington wa

 
5.0
May 17, 2012

Love this bike!!!!!

Pros:
Lightweight, Handles Well, Durable, Attractive Design, Great Components, Comfortable
Cons:
Best Uses:
Road Biking
Originally we got a bike for my 6 yr old daughter at Target which was a piece of junk. We returned it. We stopped by the store and they had this bike. They were so helpful and nice. She loves the new bike. I will always purchase from here!!!!
by Brandice Garrett from Indianapolis

 
5.0
Dec 23, 2010

We love this bike so much we bought two

Pros:
Highly Adjustable, Easy to Grow Into, Smooth Ride, Built to Last, Stable
Cons:
Best Uses:
Modified for special need, First Learning
We have special needs twins who are 9 years old. Thanks to [@], our girls are learning to ride for the first time. Landis & the organization helped us pick out a pink & metallic blue bike for the girls. Easily modified for specific needs..everyone here is great!! They really worked with our specific needs...YOU ROCK!
by Erika & Karie from Gilbert, AZ

 
5.0
Nov 10, 2010

A high-quality bike

Pros:
Smooth Ride, Highly Adjustable, Stable, Easy to Grow Into, Built to Last
Cons:
Best Uses:
First Learning, Street Riding
Great quality bike with nice balance, colors, and features. Granddaughter loves it!
by Kim from FL

 
5.0
Sep 26, 2010

Great Bike for my 6 year old daughter

Pros:
Smooth Ride, Highly Adjustable, Easy to Grow Into, Built to Last
Cons:
Best Uses:
Street Riding, First Learning
I bought this for my 6 year old daughter without the training wheels. Because the bike is lighter, approximately 25 pounds, she was able to learn to ride in about an hour. The cheaper, heavier bikes made it difficult for her to learn. She weighs 42 pounds and it was too hard for her to pedal a 35 pound bike. I'm so pleased. I got her the blue one and it's a beautiful, wonderful bike that she enjoys riding.
by Regina's Mom from Dayton, Ohio

 
5.0
Jan 02, 2010

Great 1st Real Bike

Pros:
Built to Last, Smooth Ride, Stable, Highly Adjustable, Easy to Grow Into
Cons:
Best Uses:
First Learning, Street Riding
Great construction, smooth ride, lightweight...
by Dad from Columbia,SC

 
5.0
Sep 10, 2009

Good Sturdy Bike

Pros:
Highly Adjustable, Smooth Ride, Easy to Grow Into, Great graphics design
Cons:
Streamers tear if dropped
Best Uses:
Fear replaced with joy, First Learning
[...] bike properly sized and setup, good quality product at competitive pricing, also had matching safety equipment.
by Opie from Edmonton, Alberta