- Children's Bikes
Bikes are the perfect way to combine outdoorsy fun with keeping active - not to mention the fact that kids simply love them! OnBuy stock a fantastic range of child-friendly bikes for all ages and skill levels - so what are you waiting for? Go, go, go!
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About Children's Bikes
A bike is an important part of every youngster’s early years - most of us will never forget the endless fun we had on our childhood bike! From kids’ first bikes to state-of-the-art kids’ quad bikes, OnBuy’s range will have something to provide plenty of adventures for your little one - we wheely are sure of it!
If your tot is just starting out, browse our selection of kids’ bikes with stabilisers - the ideal way to transition from a balance bike into a ‘grown-up’ model! Explore a brilliant range of girls’ bikes - featuring cute baskets, flowers and tassels galore. Or delve into our collection of boys’ bikes - with bright colours and BMX designs.
Frequently asked questions about children's bikes
What are the different types children's bikes on offer?
There are many types of bikes for children, including models for toddlers and bigger kids. With everything from small wheelers and middle wheelers, to cruiser bikes and road bikes, and even BMX and mountain bikes, for the more adventurous among them, there really is something for everyone in our extensive collection.
Why should I buy my child a bike?
Bikes are one of the best gifts you can buy for your children, as they give your little ones a newfound sense of independence within the natural world. They’ll even be able to increase their fitness levels and enhance their coordination while at it – bonus!
Can my five-year-old ride a 20-inch bike?
The age of a child is not a great indicator when it comes to choosing the right bike size. It really depends on their height, and whether or not they're comfortable riding a bike of this size (and if their feet can easily touch the floor, of course).
How can I measure my child to find the correct bike size?
Most bikes come in numerous sizes, measured by wheel diameter. The most common diameters for children’s bikes are 12-, 16-, 20- and 24-inches, but the manufacturer's description should give you a rough idea of which age range the specific bike is fit for.
How should I measure the bike size?
In order to find out the bike size, find the top of the seat tube, then the centre of the bottom bracket, and measure the distance between the two.
At what age will my child be ready to ride a bike?
A child can typically start riding a bike from the age of three, but the average is about five. There are many aspects that will influence your child and their ability to ride a bike, but they can always start with a balance bike if their confidence needs an initial boost.