Huffy Bikes have been around for almost as long as the bicycle itself – the company was founded in 1892 by George P. Huffman of Dayton, Ohio, a man determined to bring cycling to the masses. He succeeded: by 2006, a little over 100 years later, Huffy had sold its 100 millionth bicycle. This means that the cycles have been kid-tested and approved over and over again – so your little ones can bike with confidence and ease. Huffy’s designers have pioneered a long line of groundbreaking products, including the Convertible Bike, Radio Bicycle, Dragster, Scout, and Green Machine; their collection of bikes for kids includes tricycles, scooters and bikes for tiny tots. Huffy bikes for kids also come in a range of popular themes, so your Disney Princess biker can ride alongside a Toy Story cyclist; Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Cars, Cinderella and other options abound.
They'll be set to hit the sidewalks with this fleet of colorful wheels