Small Frame Beach Cruiser
Our 24″ small frame beach cruiser by Jamis Road Taxi is a single-speed bike with unisex frame, coaster brakes, adjustable seat height and padded handlebars. Bike is best suited for ages 7-12 or adults under 5’2″. N.C. law requires riders under the age of 16 to wear a helmet.
Our 24″ Jamis Road Taxi is a beach cruiser bike with a small, unisex frame and coaster brakes. Bike is best suited for ages 7-12 or adults under 5’2″. This is a single-speed beach cruiser bike with an adjustable seat height and padded handlebars making it the perfect bike for getting around the OBX.
N.C. law requires riders under the age of 16 to wear a helmet. Use a bike light with night riding.
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Many cruisers weigh more than 40 pounds. With our small frame beach cruiser bike, that is not the case! It’s lightweight aluminum frame and nearly all alloy parts, makes these bikes around 30 pounds. They are easier to pedal and more fun to ride than uncomfortable and more heavy bikes that require you to pedal more than necessary.
Easy to Sit On
The small frame beach cruiser’s saddle is as comfortable as it gets. It has an extra-thick 3 mil cover to resist puncture. It also features a flat top that won’t pool water when the beach cruiser is parked in the rain. It’s box section rails that will never bend and has double-loop springs that comfortably support passengers.
Smooth Rolling Tires
The beach cruiser’s comfort tires have been designed to roll smoothly on pavement. The tires offer a large 2.125 inch footprint that rides on park paths securely. The additional benefit of bigger tires is larger air volume in the tire and tube. These features result in lower air pressure for a more comfortable ride than smaller tires.
The cruise-control handlebars were designed to promote a comfortable no-weight-on-the-wrists riding position. With just the right sweep and rise, these handlebars meet the rider’s hands without requiring a forward bend at the waist. They relieve pressure on the back of the neck. Handlebar width was carefully calculated so that when steered from left to right it does not contact the rider, unlike many other cruiser-style handlebars.