2013 Giant Areva 2 24 girls mountain bike

Giant Areva 24" girls mountain bike features a lightweight AluxX aluminium frame with suspension fork, 21 speed Shimano shifting, linear pull brakes, Giant S-XC4 tyres and 24 inch wheels.

£249.00
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Expected delivery date is not guaranteed and if pre-ordered stock sells out orders will be fulfilled on a first come first serve basis
-if orders cannot be fulfilled due to pre-order stock selling out customers who are unsuccessful will be notified and receive a full refund.

Product Description

2013 Giant Areva girls mountain bike Areva features a lightweight aluminium frame and durable fork. With its easy-to-use gears, twist shifters and durable parts, you know that they’ll be in good hands as they explore new trails.

Technical Specification

Features:

-Suspension fork with 50mm travel
-21-speed Shimano shifting
-Linear pull brakes
-Giant S-XC4 tyres

Sizing Guide

XTC Jr / Areva
Approximate Age Range Size Suitable Models
5-7 years 20" wheel XtC 2 JR 20 / XtC 2 JR Lite 20 / Areva 2 Lite 20
7-9 years 24" wheel XtC 1 JR 24 / XtC 2 JR 24 / Areva 24

GENERAL PURPOSE RIDING / GIANT YOUTH MODELS

Bikes designed for riding on a paved surface where the tyres do not lose ground contact, plus smooth gravel roads and improved trails with moderate grades where the tyres do not lose ground contact.

INTENDED: For paved roads, gravel or dirt roads that are in good condition and bike paths

NOT INTENDED: For off-road or mountain bike use, or for any kind of jumping. Any suspension is designed to add comfort, not off-road capability. Some come with relatively wide tyres that are well suited to gravel or dirt paths. Some come with relatively narrow tyres that are best suited to faster riding on paved surfaces. If you ride on gravel or dirt paths, carry heavier loads or want more durability talk to your dealer about wider tyres.

Maximum Weight Limit:
Rider Luggage* Total
lbs / kg lbs / kg lbs / kg
300 / 136 5 / 2.3 305 / 138

*seat bag only

Giant 'youth' bicycles are designed for use by competent children. Giant advise that 'youth' bicycles should be ridden under the supervision of a responsible adult. Please read your bicycles instruction manual carefully and if in doubt contact Giant by visiting the Contact page or by contacting your local Authorised Giant Retailer.

Buyers Guide


“I’m looking for a kids bike for Christmas, where should I start?”

If you are looking for a girls bike or boys bike this Christmas, we’ve created some kids bike buying tips to help you choose the right bike - afterall there’s nothing more disappointing for a young rider than getting a new bike for Christmas that doesn’t fit or falls apart on the first ride.

Here are some simple do’s and don’ts that can help make choosing a new bike for your child fun and safe;

Buying a kids bike – DO’S;

1. Go to an independent bike retailer to buy your child’s new bicycle for three reasons: (1) The independent bike shop will make sure the bike is the right size for your child (2) the bike will have been assembled by an expert bicycle mechanic – not by someone who usually sells sat-navs or installs car stereos (3) You won't find yourself trying to learn how to assemble a bike - buy from an independent bike shop and it will be fully assembled by a qualified mechanic, completely ready to ride and enjoy

2. Get your child to straddle the top tube of the bike (the tube that runs from behind the handlebars to beneath the saddle) with his or her feet flat on the ground. This top bar should have at least one to three inches of clearance from your youngsters body

3. Get your child to sit on the saddle and hold the handlebar. The ball’s of your child’s feet must be able to comfortably touch the ground (so they can balance correctly when they roll to a stop or when they are getting moving)

4. When your child grabs the handlebars, check to see if there is a slight bend in his or her elbows – make sure their arms aren’t stretched out (or they won’t have full control or range of movement when steering the bike)

5. Make sure your child can operate the brakes – be certain that your child can reach the brake levers comfortably, and pull them with enough force to stop the bike

6. Get a new cycling helmet at the same time. If your youngster has outgrown an existing bike, chances are the helmet they were wearing is also now too small


Buying a kids bike – DON’TS;

1. Don’t buy a bike that your child will ‘grow into’ – buy a bike that your child can ride safely now

2. Don’t assume your child will like the bike you like. Colour and style are important to you, and they are important to kids too! Let your child help pick out the bike they like to make sure there is no big day disappointment.

3. Don’t buy the cheapest bike you can find. A quality bike has a better resale value when your child outgrows it. Even better a quality kids bike will last longer and can be handed down to younger brothers and sisters as it is outgrown.


For more advice then speak to your local independent bike shop – use the Giant Find A Retailer tool to find your nearest independent Giant Retailer.

Giant Home setup Information

How does Giant Home Setup work?

When you checkout orders that include bikes, if there is a Home Setup Retailer that covers your area you will be given the option to choose Home Setup (you will be presented with a choice of Giant retailers that offer the service in your area). When the order arrives at the Giant Retailer we will email you to let you know that the Giant Retailer will contact you to arrange a suitable Home Setup time. The Giant Retailer will then visit you at the agreed time and check your bike is completely ready to ride. Please note for orders using finance the Home Setup address must be the same address as stated in the Finance Agreement.

How much does Giant Home Setup cost?

Giant Home Setup costs £14.99 per order, and you will receive a 'Free First Service' voucher which will allow you to visit the Giant Retailer who delivered your bike within 3 months for a Free First Service to check everything is running smoothly with your new bike.

Giant Click and Collect Information

Where can I collect from?

You can choose to collect from any Click & Collect Giant Retailer that is authorised to sell your goods. You will be given a list of your closest Giant Dealers during the checkout process. Please note - once you have chosen your Giant Dealer and confirmed your order you cannot change your Giant Dealer.

Click and Collect is currently available for delivery to UK Mainland dealers.

How much does delivery cost?

Delivery is free for all orders over £50.*

*For UK Mainland orders.

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