Kids

Learning to ride within easy reach of the floor is a whole lot of fun! The adventure Zooom...
£109.99
Learning to ride within easy reach of the floor is a whole lot of fun! The adventure Zooom...
If practicality and storage space are factors you look for in a bicycle then the Snicket is for...
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Adventure Babyccino 16 inch
£209.99£164.22
The cutest of the bunch! Traditional styled and running simple Single-Speed gearing, it's perfect for children aged between...
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Adventure 240 Girls 24 inch
£279.99
The Adventure 240 is a great bike for kids to further enjoy riding and progress their skills. With...
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Adventure 240 Boys 24 inch
£279.99
The Adventure 240 is a great bike for kids to further enjoy riding and progress their skills. With...
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Adventure 200 Girls 20 inch
£249.99
The Adventure 200 is a great beginners mountain bike for youngsters who are ready to hit the trails....
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Adventure 200 Boys 20 inch
£249.99
The Adventure 200 is a great beginners mountain bike for youngsters who are ready to hit the trails....
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Adventure 160 Girls 16 inch
£189.99
The adventure 160 is a fantastic junior bike. It's simple and comfortable with great features such as grippy...
£579.99
Frame - Series 2 custom butted and hydroformed 6061 alloy tubeset / X44 headtube / UK developed Rear...
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Saracen Mantra 1.6 Childs Mountain Bike
£269.99£199.92
Frame - Series 2 custom butted 6061 alloy tubeset / EC34-EC34 headtube / UK developed Rear Shock -...
Frame - 6061 heat treated aluminium Rear Shock - N/A Fork - Hi ten steel Headset - Sealed...
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Ridgeback Scoot Beginner Bike
A lightweight and durable kid's balance bike that's ideal for helping them take their first step into the...
Frame - 6061 heat treated aluminium Rear Shock - N/A Fork - Suntour XCT 24 Headset - Sealed...
The Ridgeback Honey is a lightweight girls bike with an aluminium frame making it safer, easier and more...
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Ridgeback Dimension 16 inch Childs Bike
Dimension 16 inch - The Ridgeback Dimension 16 is a lightweight and versatile bike for 3-6 years old...
Learning to balance within easy reach of the floor is a whole lot of fun.
£285.00
Very lightweight track bike, weighing just 7.4 kg, with a research-led frame design specifically for younger riders. This...
£270.00
Very lightweight track bike, weighing just 6.8kg, with a research-led frame design specifically for younger riders. This 20"...
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Adventure Bluebell 20 Inch Childs Bike
The Adventure Bluebell shares the same DNA as their Prima Cafe bikes but with scaled down geometry and...
Approx Age 2-3 Wheel Size 12" Colours Red, Pink, Green, Spotty, Orange, Team Sky White, Union Jack Weight...
Approx Age 12-14 Wheel Size 26" (ETRTO/ISO 559) Colour Orange, Neon Red, Neon Green, Dark Grey, Union Jack...
General Info The all-aluminium road / CX bike is suitable for riders with a minimum inside leg of...
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How to choose a kids bike.
When considering a new bike for your child there are some main things to consider.
Is the bike the right size? Don’t oversized your child, this can only make your child feel unstable and out of control, not being able to handle the bike and get the most out of their bike. Choosing the right size is important.
Can your child ride a bike or is it wanting to learn? If your child is still learning to ride or it is only just big enough to ride. You may want to consider a balance bike if they are under 5 years. These bikes that have no pedals, the bike is powered by the child either pushing it with their feet or running the bike along. This encourages the child to pick up speed and take their feet off the ground, thus encouraging them to ride the bike unassisted as they move on to a bigger pedal bike more easily.
Does your child need stabilisers? If your child is later to start learning and can’t fit on a balance bike, then you may want to look at a bike that has the ability to fit and remove stabilisers. This is a very common way to learn to ride a bike and is very successful.
Once your child has learned to ride the bike, the bike can be ridden without the stabilisers until your child needs a new bike.
If your child can ride a bike what type of bike do they want or need? There are really great options for kids bikes now and depending on weather your child wants to ride on the road or take on the rocks and roots, it is important to ensure they are on the right bike. This will help them develop quicker and gain more confidence.