Assembly Videos and Edits

Spawn Cycles YouTube Channel - Follow @spawncycles on YouTube.

School's Out DJ Edit - Scott Secco
Crankworx Dirt Diaries 2019 Winner Brett Tippie & FastFocus
Anhill Films' Return To Earth Kids' Whistler Bike Park Segment

Bike Media Review Links

Editor's Choice-

The Takeaway: Spawn delivers a totally capable kids’ bike that has legit dirt-worthy tires, a lightweight frame, and parts that are as good as anything on a full-size ride.

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Excellent: Two Wheeling Tots

The Spawn Yoji 14" is a wicked little bike packed full of features that your child most likely won’t notice but that will delight mountain biking parents.

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Anybody who knows kids' bikes, knows Spawn. The original kids mountain bike maker also makes some of the best dirt jumpers around.

The coolest thing Spawn has going is their convertible wheel sizes on the Rokk line. The geometry is adjustable to accept two different wheel sizes, letting the bike grow with your child.

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The Bike Dads
The Bike Dads' Take:

"There are leaders and there are followers. Spawn stamps its position as a leader in kids' mountain bikes with the Yama Jama 20. Everything about this bike screams..."take me to the trails young jedi!" Packed with innovative features like a 20 inch carbon lower/rebound adjustable air fork (that actually works for light weight riders), tubeless ready rims/tires, pivotal seat/post, and stealth dropper compatibility, this is the most progressive bike in the 20 inch category. While 20 inch full suspension bikes seem tempting, we would argue this is the ultimate mountain bike for most 5-7 years olds. Kids can shift gears easily, climb efficiently and descend with confidence. We want one in a 29er version for ourselves" -Colin

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What We Love About the Spawn Cycles Yoji


The 16″ Yoji comes in at just over 14lbs, which is really remarkable for a bike with this many features. Our kids don’t have a whole lot of muscle mass, and we knew that a heavy bike would make it nearly impossible for them to gain confidence especially on any kind of variable terrain.

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