Cannondale Cujo 24+ Kids Mountain Bike Review + Initial Upgrades

In this video I discuss the reasons why I chose the Cannondale Cujo kids mountain bike with 24 inch plus wheels. Basically it has all real mountain bike parts that you would find on any good mountain bike for adults, but it’s in kid size.

I also discuss the first upgrades I made to this bike right off the bat. This includes converting the tires to Tubeless, adding a DIY chainstay protector, installing a water bottle cage and replacing the pedals with Chromag Radar Kids bike pedals

This should fit Lightning Dragon for 3 seasons, given that I can upgrade it with parts I already have.

This bike has 24 inch wheels with 2.6 inch wide tires on extra wide rims. This makes for a BIG tire with a soft footprint and TONS of traction.

Comments

windfxjeff says:

I found you from Instagram. Nice channel. Google deleted my YouTube channel and I just started a new one.

Charles Griffin says:

Shopping for a mountain bike for my soon to be 8 year old and came across this review along the way. Thanks! Looks like my son will be getting a Cujo as well!

Nathaniel Noel says:

nice video and how do u not have one million subscribers I like your channel alot

Gaming Kid- Fortnite and More ! says:

That’s so heavy 55 pounds! And no suspension

tgoods504 says:

How did the tubeless conversion go? Great video and thanks!

Only The Bold Project says:

Awesome Stuff, I did the same thing with our daughter. Except started her on a wishbone wooden 3-n-1 bike that converts from a push trike to a taller balance bike. But went and bought a Specialized hotwalk balance bike and started her race it at BMX tracks with the rest of the family. Then went to a Big Boy pit bike ( the ones with dolly wheels) and at the same time she was racing a GT mini, but then she crashed!!! So no more racing, but she is on a Specialized Hotrock sidewalk BMX that I have up graded. All this is to say, I like what you have done and like the next bike you picked out for your oldest son. I too am leaning that way for our daughters next bike, except I think I want to change the shifter right of the bat. To a low end Shimano thumb and trigger shifter. Hey great video, keep them coming and remember to Live-Life-Loud!!!

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