Early Rider Seeker

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Facts

Gender
Release Year
Brand
Wheel Size
Number of Gears
1, 8, 9
Weight
12.35, 13.1, 13.77, 19.18, 21.94 lbs
Suspension
Brake Type
Frame Material

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Early Rider Seeker. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

10 reasons to buy

  • Early Rider offers the Seeker in four sizes, allowing children four and up to adventure on this bike.
  • The bike is available in one gleaming, gender-neutral tone. Boys and girls both found this bike's appearance appealing.
  • Knobby, wide Vee tires provide riders with stability and traction on off-road terrain, on the Early Rider Seeker.
  • Brakes are appropriately specced for each size of the Seeker. V-brakes are utilized on smaller models. Hydraulic disc brakes meet riders' needs on 20" and 24" bikes.
  • 20” and 24” models shift smoothly with a Box drivetrain. The 20” model has 8 speeds. The 24” model has 9 speeds.
  • All sizes of the Seeker have an easy-to-adjust quick-release saddle.
  • Child-sized brake levers are used on the bike.
  • The Seeker is lightweight compared to others in its category. This makes it easy to slow down and maneuver.
  • Early Rider use a belt drive on the Seeker. This is easy to maintain.
  • The bike’s frame is constructed out of high-quality aluminum.

1 reasons not to buy

  • The Early Rider Seeker is expensive.

Bottom line

Young riders looking for a durable and sleek trail bike, will find the Early Rider Seeker a great option. The bike is available with 14”, 16”, 20” or 24” wheels. 20" and 24" models have gears and hydraulic disc brakes. 14” and 16” models use V-brakes and are single-speed. The bike has an easy-to-maintain belt drive. Vee tires on the Early Rider Seeker are knobby, providing riders with an excellent grip on gravel roads and singletrack. Buyers may cringe at the bike’s price, but experts agree that there are few other children's bikes that meet Early Rider's high standards.

Expert Reviews

90/100 based on 1 expert reviews
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Mountain Bike Rider

Early Rider Seeker 14 Kids Mountain Bike Review

With zero slop, play or unwanted flex, the Seeker 14 really feels like an adult mountain bike that’s been shrunk in the wash.

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Hands On Bike

Early Rider Seeker 14: Introduction

The belt drives a wide rear sprocket, which is attached to the rear hub. There is no backpedaling coaster brake which I personally dislike.

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