The Best Kids Bikes with Stabilisers

The Best Kids Bikes with Stabilisers


Bobbin stands as the gold standard when it comes to investing in kids bikes. There’s a wide range to choose from, including options with training wheels. So, if you’re a parent on the quest for the best bicycle for your young rider, check out our offers below!

Bobbin Gingersnap

Gingersnap 12” Wheel

The Gingersnap is a delightful choice for kids taking their first steps into cycling. It’s available in two-wheel sizes, catering to kids aged 2 to 5 years old:

  • Gingersnap 12” wheel bike
  • Gingersnap 16” wheel bike 
  • Key features

    • Design: Gingersnap’s classic yet charming design features a durable steel frame. Its timeless look is complemented by detachable stabilisers and a wicker basket.
    • Colour options: This model comes in an array of the best bicycle colours: green, blue, red, yellow, and pink.
    • Size availability: With two size options, Bobbin ensures a perfect fit for your child. The 12" wheel size is a balance bike, making it pedal-less, but it can be attached with stabilisers if needed. The 16” wheel size is a bit larger with standard pedals and training wheels.

    Another key point is the Gingersnap’s low standover height and sturdy stabilisers. Its overall design and variety of options set the stage for a lifetime of biking adventures!

    Bobbin Moonbug

    Moonbug 16” Wheel

    The Moonbug is a remarkable model designed for kids who are ready for a transition. With this, we meant from pedal-less riding to two-wheeled biking adventures! Available in two sizes, both models combine style and substance for young riders:

  • Bobbin Moonbug 12
  • Bobbin Moonbug 16
  • Key features

    • Transition-ready: The Moonbug is the perfect stepping stone for kids mastering balance. Its reliable construction and design ease the transition from stabilisers to independent riding.
    • Variety of sizes and colours: Bobbin offers the Moonbug in a range of sizes and colours. What’s more, a customised fit so your child can pedal through with a bike that fits them.

    Refer to our ‘What Age Should Toddlers Learn to Pedal?’ guide to assess your child’s readiness.

    Bobbin Brownie Junior

    Brownie Junior 16” Wheel

    The limited edition Bobbin Brownie bike might be the perfect choice. It’s designed in the image of our wonderful Brownie 7 adult bike. The Brownie 16” is suitable for ages 4-6, offering a blend of safety, comfort, and classic style.

    Key features


    • Smaller frame: The Brownie Junior sports a scaled-down frame. This ensures the tiniest riders can comfortably mount and dismount their bicycle.
    • Stabilisers: This model provides essential support, and it is equipped with matching stabilisers. It is available in gorgeous golden caramel and a dreamy olive hue.
    • Safety and comfort: It features ergonomic grips and a cushy saddle. Both the front and rear wheels are equipped with light discs for added visibility. It’s all about keeping young riders secure and comfortable while cycling.

    Why Choose Bobbin?

    Brownie Junior 16” Wheel

    Bobbin has carved a niche in children’s cycling with a reputation for quality and style. Their bicycles are not just transportation; they’re designed with attention to detail. Safety and comfort are also central to Bobbin’s mission.

    Their commitment to comfort is evident in the ergonomically designed saddles and grips. Each bike is engineered for a secure and comfortable ride, giving parents peace of mind. Bobbin offers a diverse range of options for different age groups. Starting with balance bikes, transitioning to pedals and stabilisers, and moving on to bigger wheels.


    Bobbin leads the way in kids’ bikes, offering a wide range of kids’ bikes with stabilisers. Beginners can enjoy the Gingersnap and experience the Moonbug and the Brownie Junior. The journey of your future rider begins here, so contact us should you have any questions. Our team is ready to assist you in finding the perfect ride for your little one.

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