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Which is the right bike for my child?

Can't wait to ride a bike with your child? Would you like to buy him one right now? No problem! Children from the age of two can start cycling. So that your child's safety comes first and learns to drive as quickly as possible, here is some important information for you.

• Your child can start cycling from the age of 2. It's best to start with a bike or tricycle.
• There is a suitable bike for every body size. There are a few criteria to consider, but first and foremost your child should feel comfortable on the bike.
• Whether your child is taking a trip to town or riding around on off-road trails, there is a bike for every purpose.

When can my child start cycling?

Which bike size fits my child?

Which bike is suitable for which purpose?

When can my child start cycling?

From a balance bike to a tricycle to the first small bike with only two pedals: A child can start exploring the world of cycling from the age of 2.

• At first (from about 2 years) your child can use a so-called balance bike - a bike that has no pedals - to make their first attempts at movement and, in particular, balance. A tricycle is also a good way to get familiar with steering, braking and the driving experience. <

• When your child is around 3 to 5 years is old, depending on progress, it can already try out small bikes with a size of 12 to 14 inches. Expandable wheels can also be used here.

Which bike size fits my child?

Next to age is the Size is a decisive criterion when choosing a children's bike. Because for a good learning process, the child has to feel comfortable on his bike. The size of the bike is expressed in inches and refers to the diameter of the wheels.

So that your child feels comfortable and safe on the bike, there is above all three criteria to note:
1.) The child should be able to touch the ground with both feet.
2.) The child should easily come to the brakes with their hands.
3.) The frame should be designed so that the child can easily get on and off the bike.

The size of the bikes is between 10 and 24 inches. Every body size corresponds to a bicycle size.

Between 85 cm and 1 m
Between 90 cm and 1.05 m
Between 1.05 m and 1.20 m
Between 1.20 m and 1.35 m
Between 1.35 m and 1.55 m

10ʺ (tricycles and balance bikes)
12ʺ and 14ʺ (this also includes the expandable tricycles)
16ʺ
20ʺ
24ʺ

Between 85 cm and 1 m
Between 90 cm and 1.05 m
Between 1.05 m and 1.20 m
Between 1.20 m and 1.35 m
Between 1.35 m and 1.55 m

10ʺ (tricycles and balance bikes)
12ʺ and 14ʺ (this also includes the expandable tricycles)
16ʺ
20ʺ
24ʺ

Tip for parents: The table gives specific sizes. In any case, the most important thing is that your child feels comfortable on their bike.

Which bike is suitable for which purpose?

When children are around the age 6 years and are familiar with the principles of cycling, you will begin to use your bike for different purposes. Here we explain which bike is suitable for what.

Trekking bike / city bike: A trekking bike or city bike is best for a trip into the city. With its low entry, bike basket and comfortable saddle, it ensures a pleasant and safe trip.

Mountain bike (MTB): If your child tends to move on rural terrain and thus has to cope with somewhat more demanding routes, a mountain bike is the right choice. With a specially developed steel frame and a suspension fork for damping on rough terrain, nothing stands in the way of a safety-marked adventure ride.

Racing bike: If your child is more advanced on the bike, they might want to try it out at a faster pace. The ideal solution is to own a racing bike, which is characterized by an extra large number of gears and brakes that are easy to hold.

Tip for parents: No matter what purpose your child uses their bike for, so that they are always safely protected, they should always wear the right bike helmet