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If it’s your child’s first bike, you want to make sure the machine you opt for will provide them with a good introduction to the world of cycling. Not only that, if you’re buying new, they do hold their value and there are likely to be plenty of parents eager to buy second hand a few years down the line. Best kids’ bikes: top models on offer We’ve stuck with three top brands to help you compare kids’ bikes for a range of ages. Purely because we can’t outline every choice from every brand available. Canyon recently unveiled a wide range of kids’ mountain bikes and HOY children’s bikes, including track and road bikes, are well respected too. Looking for a bike for a toddler? Designed for three to five year olds, this is a first pedal bike available with 14 or 16 inch wheels.
The seat post is quick release to make adjustments easy, there’s just one gear to keep the weight and complication low and Frog supply hybrid and off-road tyres. There’s a grab-rail for parents and wide 1. 75 inch tyres that will cope well in parks as well as on tarmac. Quality bearings have been used to prolong the life of the bike, giving it a hand-me-down potential. Children aged five to 10 are treated to a multi-purpose experience with the Beinn. Wheel sizes vary from 20 to 26 inches. The tyres are wide and knobbly enough for parks and off-road riding, but will still roll well on the road.
All models feature a single chainring with 32-34 teeth, with a wide cassette to allow for plenty of gears. They all come with road and off-road tyres supplied. Similar to the Koa, but for slightly bigger kids. The chain is now exposed, and the gearing has been adjusted to match the wheel size increase. A multi sport, hybrid style bike that’s ideal for use in the park and on tarmac thanks to Kenda 1. A bike that’s popular among junior races, the Luath can support youngsters in their early road and criterium races as well of off-road and in cyclocross exploits.