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As our range of kids bikes caters for older children, aged 4-6, you might start noticing them looking more and more like our adult's bikes. As children gain more confidence riding, it's no wonder that they want to feel grown-up whilst on their Bobbin!
Bikes For Slightly Bigger Riders
But like our adult bikes, we've always been proponents for a bike frame that looks good and doesn't hinder you. That's why, far from being a heavy bike, our kids 16-inch bikes are still light enough for little riders. With dual hand brakes, they feature the necessary components to allow your children to go off on more cycling adventures and to get more confident riding.
Kids Pedal Bikes
Dual handbrakes are also just one of the features you'll start to notice as your children move up to pedal bikes. Across our extensive range of bikes for kids you might have checked out our balance bikes and decided on a 16" bike instead.
And we don't blame you! They're great for children or perfect for grandkids if you're looking for something to help create memories.
To find the perfect girls or boys bike for your child, start by taking your adventurous rider's leg measurement. We've grouped our wide range of kids bikes by age and also size to make picking one of our lightweight bikes easier for you.
Bike Size: 16 Inch Wheels
A 16 inch bike refers to the larger wheels design for this age range. The 16" wheel size allows children within this bracket to ride comfortably and adjust the seat height to see them through these years as they grow.
Bigger and Better Than a Balance Bike
And if your children are at an age when they want to start hitting the bike parks, then check out our Skylark 16" sports bike. The perfect bike for kids aged 4-6, it's fast become one of the favourite bikes of our more adventurous little customers.
All our kid's bikes feature, among other things, a gorgeous Bobbin saddle for a comfortable ride - whether it's on family bike rides or down a halfpipe! Just remember to add the finishing touches with a bike light and definitely a kids cycle helmet!
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