Huffy Axilus 20" BMX Bike
Frame: Steel BMX bike frame and fork provides strength and durability; stitched ATB seat and Kraton grips provide maximum comfort so you can focus on the ride; Designed for ages 5 years to adult with a rider height of 44 inches and taller
The Axilus 20" BMX bike from Huffy is one of the fastest, sleekest-riding bikes in our roundup, and it's built specifically for BMX racing. The Axilus has a 20 x 1.95-inch wheel size, which is ideal for racing, and an ABEC 9 sealed bottom bracket for smooth performance. The Axilus has solid 7075 aluminum double-wall rims, which resist braking and denting, and 20 x 1.95-inch tires, which provide good grip and absorb shocks. The weight distribution is 53% front and 47% back, and the bike has 44/16 gearing, which is a good match for bikes built for racing. The Axilus has a linear pull V-brake on the rear wheel, which is ideal for racing, and a wide handlebar angle for precise steering. The Axilus has a super smooth ride, thanks to the ABEC 9 sealed bottom bracket, the 44/16 gearing, and the 20 x 1.95-inch tires. The Axilus is light enough to handle aggressive racing, but it's strong enough for street riding, so it's perfect for both BMX racing and street riding. The Axilus has a steel frame and two-color paint scheme, so it's stylish enough to ride around town. The Axilus is one of the fastest, smoothest-riding bikes in our roundup, and it's built specifically for BMX racing.
Huffy ZRX 14” Kid’s Bike BMX with Pegs
Awesome BMX Design: This bright blue kids BMX bike features front pegs, a BMX style handlebar, and a quick-release seat clamp that makes it simple to adjust; designed for ages 4 to 6
The ZRX is an all-around solid bike for kids. The frame is sturdy, and the brakes and gears work smoothly. The seat is adjustable, so your child can grow into it. The removable training wheels make it easy to take this bike from the sidewalk to the street. The handlebar bell is a convenient safety feature, and the seat pad is padded and comfortable. The ZRX has a kickstand, but you will need to supply your own. The bike looks cool, and it comes with colorful decals. The ZRX is heavier and bulkier than our previous top pick, the Razor G4, which weighs just 9 pounds. The ZRX's weight makes it more awkward to transport, and its lower gear ratios make it underpowered for hills. The ZRX is also a little more expensive, at $80, but it's a good bike for kids who aren't ready for a big-kid bike yet.
Huffy Stone Mountain Mountain Hardtail Bike
24" x 1.95" knobby tires tear into bike paths with ease; linear pull hand brakes deliver consistent stopping action; premium padded ATB saddle has stitched sides for lasting quality; alloy quick release provides easy seat height adjustment
If you're looking for a fun, affordable mountain bike, the Stone Mountain Hardtail is an outstanding choice. It's lightweight, agile, and maneuverable, and it's comfortable enough for long rides. The 21-speed drivetrain has enough gears to help you conquer the most challenging trails, and the 24-inch frame is a good fit for riders up to 6 feet tall, but it's a bit short for taller riders. The suspension fork and alloy frame are also a bit on the small side, so more experienced riders may find them a bit unwieldy. The suspension fork is firm, so you won't feel much ground clearance, but that's to be expected at this price. The Stone Mountain Hardtail also has brisk acceleration, but it's a bit sluggish on hills. The aluminum frame is lightweight, but you'll feel it on rough trails. We also found the brakes to be a bit finicky, occasionally being unresponsive. Overall, the Stone Mountain is a decent bike, but more experienced riders may want to consider something with a longer frame and suspension fork.
Huffy Enigma 20" BMX Bike
Frame: Aluminum BMX bike frame is strong and lightweight to improve speed and handling; stitched ATB seat and Kraton grips provide maximum comfort so you can focus on the ride; Designed for ages 5 years to adult with a rider height of 44 inches and taller
The Enigma is a sturdy, lightweight, and fun BMX bike that's perfect for kids 10 and up. It has a strong, light 14.3-pound aluminum frame, a 20-inch wheel and 1.95-inch wide, tubeless-ready tires, and 44/16 gearing. The Enigma's 44/16 gearing provides a nice middle ground between minimal resistance for casual riding and more aggressive gearing for racing. The bike has linear pull V brakes on the rear wheel, which provide just the right amount of stopping power, and the bike has 3-piece cranks with 44T chainring, which provides a solid platform for freestyle BMX riding. The Enigma's 20-inch wheel provides plenty of stability, and the lightweight 20-inch bike should prove to be easy for kids to handle. The bike's 44/16 gearing provides a nice middle ground between minimal resistance for casual riding and more aggressive gearing for racing. The bike has linear pull V brakes on the rear wheel, which provide just the right amount of stopping power. The bike has 3-piece cranks with 44T chainring, which provides a solid platform for freestyle BMX riding. The Enigma's 20-inch wheel provides plenty of stability, and the lightweight 20-inch bike should prove to be easy for kids to handle. We liked the Enigma's race styling, which features a gloss black paint finish, as well as the bike's smooth, efficient design, with its 3-piece cranks and 44T chainring. The Enigma is a blast to ride. It's sturdy, lightweight, and fun.
Huffy Valcon 20" Boy's Suspension Full Mountain Bike
Huffy's Valcon is ideal for ages 5-9 and a rider height of 44-56 inches; the sleek charcoal gray frame with vibrant orange accents, the rugged 20-inch tires and full suspension make this 6-speed bike ready for real riding adventures
The Valcon 20" mountain bike is an excellent choice for parents shopping for their first plastic bike. It's styled like a traditional bike, with a steel frame and 20" wheels, but unlike many bikes in this price range, it has a full set of handbrakes, so it's capable enough to hold its own on rough trails. The Valcon's best feature is its Quick Connect assembly, which is as simple as inserting the fork, handlebar, and pedals, and folding up the pedals until they click into place. The bike's 6-speed indexed Shimano rear derailleur and twist-grip shifters combine for smooth, predictable shifting, and the Shimano front derailleur gives parents peace of mind. The bike's full suspension and front and rear handbrakes give it the stopping power that kids need, and the bike's kickstand makes storing it after a ride easy. The Valcon's 20" wheels are a little small for adults, but the bike's sturdy frame and sturdy fork make it a good starting place for kids who are ready to graduate to full-size bikes.
Huffy Hardtail Mountain Bike Trail 24 inch
Alloy linear pull brakes together with machined alloy wheel rims provide smooth, stopping power; slight-rise handlebar enables upright riding to minimize back and shoulder strain; ATB-type resin pedals and Kraton grips remain comfortable and responsive
The Huffy Hardtail Mountain Trail Bike offers plenty of speed for intermediate riders, a strong frame, and enough ground clearance to tackle a variety of trails. This bike is comfortable to ride, thanks to its wide, cushy saddle and suspension fork, and it's surprisingly maneuverable for a mountain bike. The Tekton's suspension fork is held up by beefy 2.1-inch tires, and the oversized tires offer plenty of traction for rocky, wet, or muddy trails. The Tekton's wide 6-inch alloy wheels offer plenty of stability and traction. The Tekton comes with a 21-speed Shimano drivetrain, and it's smooth and easy to shift. The Tekton is light enough for kids to handle, but it's sturdy enough to handle rough terrain and bigger kids. The Tekton's pedals are solid, and the frame has a sturdy feel. The Tekton has 21 speeds, and this bike's top speed is 22 mph. This bike is easy to assemble, and the included assembly video provides step-by-step guidance. The Tekton is a quality mountain bike for intermediate riders.
Huffy Kid Bike Moto X
Size: This 12 bike with removable training wheels is designed for children 3 to 5 years old with a height of 37-42 inches; seat height is easily adjustable without tools
The Huffy Kid Bike Moto X is one of the least expensive bikes we tested, and unlike many other models, its simple design makes it a good fit for kids as young as 3. Its got all the features of a big kid bike, such as front and rear brakes, a training wheel in the seat, and a coaster brake on the handlebar, but it's less intimidating to kids (and adults) who are new to riding. We found the tires to be a bit noisy and, because of the small amount of rubber on them, they wear quickly. The handlebars are narrow, so they're not a good fit for kids with longer arms, and the headset is cheaply made, so the bike feels wobbly when you roll it along. The pedals are plastic, so they're less comfortable than other models we tested. The plastic seat is also a bit uncomfortable, but kids won't mind this as long as they like to ride. Overall, the Huffy Kid Bike Moto X is a great bike for young kids who want to learn how to ride, but wouldn't mind something a little less fancy.
20" Huffy Shockwave Kid Bike
Cool & Comfortable: Features a comfortable and adjustable padded seat and 20" tires for a smooth ride; sturdy kickstand included
This bike is so much fun for my boys! They are 6 and 8, and both love to ride it. The bike is lightweight so it is easy to ride, and the BMX style bike is really cool. The bike is easy to adjust, and the seat is adjustable to 3 positions. It rides well on pavement and on dirt, and the bike is fairly durable. I also like the basket on the front, and the 20" wheels. The bike is pretty sturdy, but I would recommend getting a helmet.
Huffy Mountain Bike Boys Bicycle 24-inch for Kids
AGE RANGE: Ideal for ages 12-19; RIDER HEIGHT: 4'8" to inches 5'8"
We bought this bike on the recommendation of our 8-year-old son, who says it has enough power for him to pedal by himself. While he's got a few years on his little brother, we wanted a bike for Dylan that could handle some fast rides. This bike has an 18-speed drivetrain that Dylan can twist between and that allows him, if he's feeling ambitious, to climb hills that his older brother can't climb. The bike also has brakes on the front and the rear, which Dylan loves to use. The tires are big and wide, and the bike is very light, so Dylan can pedal for hours without feeling tired. The bike is a little bit heavy, but it does weigh less than 20 pounds, so Dylan and his friends can lift it into their trucks and cars. The bike is easy to assemble, and it's big enough that Dylan can easily pedal it by himself.