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How To Pick a Kids Bike
With a choice between balance bikes, pedal bikes, and a bike with training wheels - the task might seem a bit daunting. That's why we've split our kid's bikes into age ranges.
If they're in balance bike mode and aren't quite ready to cycle on their own without putting their feet down, you'll find loads of options right here.
But you'll also find 12 inch bikes for boys and girls - so whatever their skill level is, don't worry! Simply use our handy sizing guide to find the perfect bike.
Our range caters to even the littlest riders, but we also have options with larger wheels and a larger frame for when they get older. This means that Bobbin bikes can be with you every step of the way!
12 Inch Wheel Size
A 12" wheel bike allows children in this age range to cycle in a comfortable upright riding position. Models like our classic Gingersnap 12" and our Moonbug 12 inch wheel kids bikes feature loads of different options for colours and distinct designs.
Frame and Design
With front and rear brakes, you can be safe and sound that even first-time riders have the equipment necessary to stop collisions! These dual hand brakes ensure even braking to come to a safe stop and are one of the first steps in learning how to bike as an adult.
With high-quality components and a frame design in a fun colour of their choosing, this will be a riding experience they won't forget.
And if your little one is even more adventurous, why not check out our Skylark 12" bike? Perfect for kids who are a bit more sporty or who want to start going down the skatepark!
The Perfect Size Bike For Young Riders
Here at Bobbin, we believe in making quality bikes at affordable prices. But we're also well aware that our junior bikes need to wow the people who're riding them. That's why classic looks and colourful designs are also part and parcel of our 12" bikes.
Duck Egg Blue
Delicate and tasteful pale blue
A joyous red-pink. Think peonies and Frida Kahlo
Classic pale pink. Third wave and guilt-free
A pastel mint colour inspired by 1950's gelaterias
YellowThe colour of sunshine and buttercups