We're not even a Mom and Pop operation, just a small Dog and Pop shop. If by surprise, demand is high, I could get more bikes. As a (not so) great man says "we'll see what happens".
Fat Tire Bikes
Diamondback 20" kid's bike
Two Pairs of Kids Shoes
This bike rides like a dream. I use it all year. If I had to have only one bike, this is the one I'd keep.
This is one of the first fat bikes. It's a little more upright than the Fat Boy. It rides nice - just not as smooth as the Specialized.
This is my grandson's bike. He lives in North Carolina. So I don't know how it rides - but it has rave reviews. It's specs say it's for 7 to 10 year olds.
These are so light you'll forget your wearing them. You'll think you're levitating through the snow. They're 24" with tails that can add 6 more inches for powder. There's a one finger flippable ascender for climbing.
These are traditional 30" made for powder shoes. They can be used for any terrain, and you can pretty much go anywhere in the woods, no matter how much unpacked snow there is.
Snowshoes are free for kids.
The green ones say they're good for 3 years old to 90 pounds. The traditional looking ones are probably good for 8-12 years old.