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How to Choose Children Bicycle?

Is it time to buy your child their first Bicycle? Children Bicycle is used by children for recreational, competition, or commuting purposes. Its wheel diameter starts from 14 inches to 24 inches for children in the age range of 4-12 years. Kindergartner, pre-teen and young adult – and every juvenile in-between, will love.

The bicycle market has grown over the years by introducing various features and innovating continuously. Today, there are more types of Children Bicycle available than ever before. This means you have a better selection, it also increases the possibility of purchasing the wrong bike or one that is lesser quality or poorly designed. Do you know how to choose the Children Bicycle?

Children Bicycle

About the Size matters of Children Bicycle:

While adult bicycles are selected according to frame size, kids' Bikes are sized according to wheel size.

Also, fitting a bike to children is more than determining their age and height. You should evaluate coordination and riding ability. For example, taller children lacking cycling confidence do much better on smaller bikes because they feel more comfortable and in control.

The most important deciding factor is safety. You want a bicycle that lets them ride easily in complete control. So, the Children Bicycle must be adjustable to fit child grows.


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So, don't make the common mistake of believing you should get a bike that's a little big in order to have growing room for your child. Oversize bikes like this can be dangerous and can cause crashes. They're also harder to ride. These things can have the opposite effect of what you want, and instead of being fun for them, actually turn your kid off to cycling.



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