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Fuji also makes a couple - one of which is: http://www.fujibikes.com/bike/details/ace_650
Trek, Orbea, and Specialized also used to make bikes on which she could fit, but I haven't been in a shop for awhile that would carry them. Oh, you might look at Redline too. I got the KHS b/c it is a bike she can grow into and it has "grown up" components on it (and one bad ass wheelset for a 9/yo).
Or, you can always go this route (sorry, somebody was going to do it - so it might as well be me):
Eat right. Get lots of sleep. Drink plenty of fluids. Go like Hell.
Fatigue is biochemical, not biomechanical.
- Andrew Coggan, PhD
Not sure if they're visible in this image but the dual top-mounted brake levers facilitated the transition from his mt. bike.
Cross bike is a great idea, as the kid races are growing like crazy. Our son is on a Trek KDR (no longer made, but great resale). There are a few around, most seem to be in the $700 range.
When running on the street, if your gum accidentally flies out of your mouth, it's no big deal. But if you lose your gum while running on a treadmill, you're gonna have to dodge that thing like 1800 more times, depending on how many more miles you have to go. Trust me on this one.