About Malvern Star MX20 Shorty 2021
Grown out of 16” wheels but not quite ready for 20” wheels – this is the kid’s bike for your little one. A light alloy frame with shorty geometry for that perfect intermediary fit. The MX20 Shorty Kids Bike is designed to keep growing your child’s confidence in cycling – ensuring they have a bike that fits well and is easy to control.
Lightweight alloy frames with ‘shorty’ geometry to bridge the gap between 16″ and 20″ wheels
Backpedal brakes are easy for little minds to grasp and front brake levers adjust to hand size
Adjustable height seats and bars ensure a perfect fit as they grow
Low gearing makes them a breeze to pedal for little legsLightweight alloy frame with ‘shorty’ geometry
Key Upgrades Over Radmax 20
Lightweight alloy frame with 'shorty' geometry
Alloy Rims and brakes
Stainless steel spokes
Frame size: 23 cm
Boys 6-10 years Height 105-125cm
About Malvern Star
Malvern Star is an Australian home-grown icon. The largest and most famous bicycle manufacturing company in Australia was created by cyclist Tom Finnigan in 1903 with the 240 gold sovereign winnings he earned by winning the 1898 Austral Wheel Race, the oldest track bicycle race in the world. He opened a small shop on Glenferrie Road in the Melbourne Suburb of Malvern. The six pointed star logo coming from a tattoo on his forearm. In 1928 they sent the first ever Australian team to race the Tour de France headed by Sir Hubert Opperman. “Oppy” later went on to win the famous Paris-Brest-Paris race in 1931 setting a new record time for the event.