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    Gaurdian 2 for my 11 year old!

    Jeremy or anyone that may know. My 11 year old is wanting to get into the sport and have been helping her with shifting and getting her adjusted to all terrain riding. Im looking at a guardian for her. She is 5ft 1 and has a 29-30 inseam. Let me know what size would be best. Maybe get one on the bigger side of her size as she will grow like a weed. Kid almost has longer legs than me! LOL Thanks im excited about this! She like the white one!

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    In July I bought 29ers for my girls, ages 13 & 11.

    The oldest is pretty tall and all legs, over 5 foot. I put her on a 17 inch frame and it is spot on.

    The youngest was tougher. I debated between a 14 inch and 15.5 inch. I was afraid she would out grow the 14 in a few months. Finally decided on the 15.5. She is such a natural rider that I stopped worrying it was too big after a coupe of rides.

    A couple of months later and I am very happy that I did this. Mountain biking is great for kids, and really great for young girls. Kids these days need the great lessons that are learned on a bike in the trees.

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