12 Fantastic Bikes for Kids of Every Age
Whether you’re looking for a first bike for your little one, or an upgrade for your teen, there are some really fantastic bikes on the market right now. Finding a safe bike that your child will love is easier than ever. We’ve rounded up our favorite bikes for every age group to make it even easier to find the perfect ride. And when you shop US stores online with MyUS, you don’t have to pay US sales tax - a huge savings on a bike purchase!
12. Radio Flyer 4-in-1 Stroll ‘N Trike $90
This tricycle grows with your child! It starts as an infant trike, complete with safety straps, canopy, safety tray with cup holder and steer and stroll push handle for adults and converts all the way to a standard tricycle. This is a great choice for kids that want to get in on the action, but aren’t quite big enough to be on their own yet. Buy the bike here.
11. Big Wheel $49
If you had a Big Wheel as a kid (or always dreamed of having one), you’ll be happy to know they’re still as popular as ever. With a 16” “big wheel”, three position seat and iconic colors, your child will quickly fall in love with this classic ride. Buy it here.
10. Kinderfeets TinyTot Wooden Balance Bike and Tricycle $79
This clever bike converts from a tricycle to a two wheel balance bike in the blink of an eye - and it’s the smallest balance bike on the market, so toddlers as young as one year old can start learning to ride. It has a low, step through frame so feet are closer to the ground for added comfort and a cushy, washable seat. Made of lacquered bamboo wood, it’s a gorgeous bike, and for every bike sold, Kinderfeets plants a tree in collaboration with Trees for the Future. Buy one here.
9. Burley Piccolo Trailer Bike $360
Recommended for kids ages 4 through 10, this trailer bike from Burley lets kids pedal right along with you with the added security of being guided by an adult. It has a 7 speed drivetrain and twist grip shifter so your child can change gears with the terrain, and when they’re ready to go it alone, you can purchase an upgrade kit to convert the trailer into a complete bicycle! Buy it here.
8. Strider Sport Balance Bike $110
Learning to balance is the first step in learning to ride, and this bike from Strider is just the place for kids to learn about balancing and steering before moving on to pedals. The seat and handlebar adjust for kids ages 18 months to 5 years without tools, making it easy for the bike to grow with your child and the steel frame and puncture-proof tires make it extremely durable. Buy the Strider balance bike here.
7. Schwinn 12” Grit Bike $96
If you prefer your youngster starts out on training wheels, this bike gives your child a taste of freedom, but also comes with a removable parent push handle that can steer the bike and allow you control when needed (it's also a helping hand when little legs get tired). And when your child is ready to take off the training wheels, the push handle gives you the ability help them along without killing your back. Buy it here.
6. Woom 2 14” Pedal Bike $339
This 14” bike makes learning to ride easy for kids that are ready to transition to a pedal bike. It has front and rear hand brakes plus a coaster/foot brake for safety, a super lightweight aluminum frame and a long wheelbase for added stability, allowing kids to sit in a more natural and upright position. Buy it here.
5. Diamondback Jr Venom 20” Bike $150
For kids that dream of going off-road or shredding the bike park, this Diamondback Jr Venom has everything they need to get started. It has wide handlebars that sit high for better control, a heavy duty steel frame and fork that can handle rough terrain and kids will love that it looks awesome. Buy it here.
4. Firmstrong Urban Girl Single Speed Beach Cruiser $178
For girls looking for a relaxed ride, you can’t beat this beach cruiser. It’s a single speed coaster bike with an oversized seat and whitewall balloon tires for a comfy, cushioned ride, and a beautiful retro inspired steel frame with front and rear fenders. She’ll love it! Buy one here.
3. Diamondback El Oso Nino Fat Bike $350
This bike has a stellar frame and powerful disk brakes to withstand any terrain, but the standout feature of this bike is definitely it’s enormous four inch wide tires that sit on 20” wheels. These wheels make it the perfect bike to ride sandy beaches, smooth roads and bumpy paths with a simple change in tire pressure, not to mention the obvious - it looks super cool! Buy it here.
2. Mongoose Girl's Maxim Full Suspension 24” $177
This 24” girl’s bike from Mongoose can handle everything from smooth roads to rough trails, and looks great doing it! It has suspension forks and an aluminum suspension frame to absorb bumps, alloy linear pull brakes for quick stops and a 21 speed Shimano rear derailleur with SRAM twist shifters for easy gear changes. Buy it here.
1. Diamondback Podium 24” Complete Youth Bike $500
For kids that love speed and prefer the pavement, this bike from Diamondback is custom made for young racers. It features 16 speeds, an aluminum frame that’s specially sized for kid's bodies and drop handlebars for comfort on long rides. Buy it here.
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