Stampede Sprinter 20″

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Stampede Bikes packs a lot of punch into its 20" Sprinter. With 7-speed trigger shifters and mechanical disc brakes, you get a lot for the price.

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Product Specifications


Our complete review is still in the works, but so far, we like what we see.

• Shimano Tourney 7-sp (trigger shifters)
• 24 lb. Alloy Frame
• Mechanical front and rear disc brakes
• Designed for 6 to 8 year olds (tall 8-year-old shown on the bike)

**TykesBykes is now Stampede Bikes**

TykesBykes Sprinter 20

TykesBykes Sprinter 20 quicklook

Bottom Line: Stampede Bikes packs a lot of punch into it’s 20″ Sprinter.  With 7-speed trigger shifters and mechanical disc brakes, you get a lot for the price.

MSRP: $250

By: Natalie Martins

Last Updated: January 17, 2017

FTC Disclosure: TykesBykes provided the Sprinter 20" to help facilitate this review. No monetary compensation was provided and all opinions are that of Two Wheeling Tots LLC. Two Wheeling Tots is not an affiliate of TykesBykes.

  • Vishwas

    Any updates on full review yet?

    • Thanks for the reminder. The kids have been riding the bike for a couple months and it is a great bike for the price. At 24 lb. I wouldn’t recommend it for lightweight or timid riders though as it is heavier than many bikes. Any questions about it in particular?

      • Vishwas

        Thank you for the reply. Just had questions on quality of components and how are they holding up. Yeah at 24 lb it would be little tough I guess but still little light than base models from Specialized and Trek I guess.

        • So far they are doing great. In fact, I would be very surprised in any Trek or Specialized similiar in price had components better than on the Sprinter. You are also right about weight, any bike sub $300 in a bike shop is going to weigh close to, if not heavier than the Sprinter.

  • Heidi J

    I’m going back and forth between this bike, the Stamped Sprinter 20″, and the ByK E-450 for my six, soon to be seven year old son. He’s 50″ tall, weighs 55lbs and has a 22.5″ inseam. He first had a regular bike with training wheels, but refused to ride it without the training wheels. We then got him a Tykesbykes Charger 16″ balance bike and he loves it and rides it well. He’s overall a rather cautious boy. Thoughts?

    • We actually have both bikes right now and they are actually very different bikes! The ByK 450 is a fast bike that is much like a road bike for kids, but with a comfortably geometry. It doesn’t have any gears, but all of our testers love riding it. The Stampede Sprinter 20″ is designed for more all-terrain riding. It is heavier and has gears. So if he is riding all-terrain trails, I would go for the Sprinter 20″, if he is riding around town, I would go for the 450.

  • My daughter just turned to 7 today and she is 52″. I am not sure if I spend $250+ to buy this for her to only use for a year. What can be my next option, if I want her to use at least 3 years. How tall is the kid on the pic? Thanks

    • This bike is a big 20″. The girl in the picture was in size 10 clothes at the time and was 9 year-old, but I don’t know her height at the time the picture was taken. Since it is a larger 20″, your daughter will very likely get two years out of it, but three would likely be pushing it.

      • Thanks for your reply. I went to a local store to check 20″ with my daughter, and found out that will not fit her more than 1.5-2 years. I decided to get 24″, and bought “Diamondback Bicycles 2015 Lustre 24 Complete Hard Tail”

        • Glad you found a bike that works! Many parents forget to measure, which as you found, can make a big difference.

  • Alison Van Gorp

    This bike is no longer available on Amazon and I can’t find it anywhere else online. Is it still available? Did the company go out of business? it sure seemed like a great budget-friendly option and I’d love to track one down for my daughter. Do you have any intel on the availability of this bike? Thanks!