Kids Bikes

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The first own bike is a big step for many children. Whether in pink, red or blue, whether with flag or basket: The first joint bike tours can come.

But before the cyclists of tomorrow can go to the big distances, you should first get the right model. Whether it's a wheel, tricycle or the first real two-wheeler: you will find a wide selection of children's bicycles and accessories such as helmets, baskets and the right sportswear here.


Impeller, tricycle or two-wheeler: Which model is suitable for which age?

Of course, this is decided individually and depending on the child's development. In principle, however, it can be said that an impeller is suitable for about 20 months. Then the child can try the first balance and coordination attempts.

A tricycle is recommended from the age of about two years. The first pedaling and steering attempts are then most likely to cope.

When the time has come for a proper children's bike depends a lot on the child. However, one should not try too early to "force" the child on a two-wheeler, as the combination of balance, reaction, kicking, braking and prudence is very difficult. A proper bicycle can be considered from the age of about six years.


What should I look for when buying?

If the wheel and tricycle have become too small, the first real children's bike is used. Above all, one thing is important: the safety of the child must be guaranteed. Be sure to pay attention to the following things.

• The right size. A bike that is too big or too small causes insecurity when driving. The pedals can either not be reached properly or are too close due to the leg length, the steering is heavier and on top of that, the seat is uncomfortable. Although many children's bicycles "grow" with you, it is advisable from the beginning to pay attention to the right size for the age of your child.

• The right equipment. The roadworthy equipment of the bike is not only very important to you, but is also recorded in the Highway Code. The bike must have a red taillight with reflector and an additional red reflector. In addition, it must have two independent brakes, such as a hand and a coaster brake and a functioning bell.

At the front, a white reflector and a white light have to be attached. The pedals must be made non-slip and provided with two reflectors. There are also four yellow cat's eyes on the spokes - as well as reflective silver rings - and a dynamo.

• The right helmet. Although there is no helmet requirement for children, the right head protection is a crucial point in the safety of your child. Make sure to pay attention to the TÜV-GS mark with the European standard DIN EN 1078. The helmet should fit snugly on the head and have no large gaps or wobble.

How do I set the bike correctly?

Of course, after the purchase, the bike has to be adjusted properly before your child can go on the first tours.

The saddle height should be adjusted so that the child comes to the ground with both feet while sitting. If only the tips of the feet touch the ground, the saddle should be lowered if necessary. Especially in the beginning, it is important that your child has the security of losing balance by putting both feet on the ground. The saddle itself should be adjusted straight and have no inclination.

If the child sits comfortably and upright on the bike, the handlebar should be easily accessible. The arms should be slightly bent. Some children's bicycles offer a bent handlebar to facilitate sitting upright. Make the handlebar grips the best non-slip, so that the hands can not slip off.