14 INCH KIDS BIKES
The 2 in 1 Balance Bike that grows with your child!
For children aged 3-6 years of age, our smallest 14″ kids bike is a unique 2-in-1 balance bike that grows with your child.
Kids Bikes For Ages: 3 to 6 Years
18 INCH KIDS BIKES
The 2 in 1 Balance Bike that grows with your child!
For children aged 5-8 years of age, our largest 18″ kids bike is a unique 2-in-1 balance bike that grows with your child.
Kids Bikes For Ages: 3 to 8 Years
CONVERTIBLE BALANCE BIKES
CONVERTIBLE BALANCE BIKES WITH REMOVABLE PEDALS
We all want our kids to be independent, but also care for their safety. That’s why our range of balance bikes with removable pedals (a great Strider balance bike alternative) is one of the best ways to help your child safely learn to ride a two-wheeled bike.
Some so-called ‘kids bikes’ are large, heavy and bulky. Not only do they take the fun out of learning how to balance and ride a bike, they often cause little ones to crash with apparent downsides.
Why a balance bike that converts to pedal bike is different
Our range of balance bikes is different from most kids bikes. They have a lower centre of gravity, and when the chain and pedals are removed, it enables little ones to balance, roll and learn to ride with the confidence of knowing they can put their feet down when they need to. This leads to greater confidence on a bike (because they feel safe) and fewer scrapes, bumps, bruises and tears.
If you have an active little one that loves being outside, then our range of lightweight balance bikes might be just the thing they need. We have balance bikes with removable pedals for boys and girls and balance-to-first-pedal bikes to suit ages ranging from 18 months through to 10 year old.
Presenting the Best Collection of Kids Bicycle Online
Cycles are certainly the first ride for any kid. But what about learning how to ride the two-wheelers? Guide your child in the best way with the kid’s bikes which helps them learn the balancing techniques.
Starting their riding journey while they are still less than five makes them eliminate the fear of falling out of balance. With the best Kids Bicycle Online, your kiddo starts with the baby steps towards riding a real bicycle.
Our range of balancing bikes has versatile features, fit for children aged between eighteen months to 3 years old. These bikes are convertible and come with removable pedals. They can glide smoothly and put their foot on the ground if they start to lose balance.
Safety worries? Not with these!
It is normal for a kid learning how to balance on two wheels to fall or get imbalanced. But we have a solution for it!
- With our collection of Kids Bike Australia, you get light in weight bikes that are easy to manage for them. They can move it without feeling too heavy with the overall weight. Even if they lose out on balance, they can stand steady on the ground.
- The height of each balancing bike for the distinct age group matches the average heights of kids. For this, they roll the wheels on the ground without any difficulties. Also, our bikes have a lower centre of gravity, making them steadier than you think it is.
Apt for the size, weight, and height
We produce each bike with a smart design of wheels and connectors to ensure a smooth learning experience. With our range, you get suitable bikes for kids of age 1.5 years to 10 years.
Let your kid explore the world on their magical two-wheelers with the early learning lessons. It helps them to ride independently as they grow up and transition towards real bicycles. Help them learn to balance on the bikes with confidence.
A gift that stays
Watch your little one enjoying their first ride with the kid bikes and balance on their own feet. Gift them the right bike as per their age by checking out the features. Order now from our latest collection, and get them delivered to your doorstep.
A perfect gift for every child as the experience attached to it will stay with them forever. Make their growing years more fun and exciting with an excellently designed balanced bike.
GOT QUESTIONS ABOUT KIDS BIKES?
Whilst much of the bike industry keep to the wheel sizes of 12, 16, 20 and 24 inch for kids bikes, some brands, such as Kidvelo, skip the industry’s more common 12inch size in favour of a larger 14inch wheel. A larger wheel will typically offer greater stability, a smoother ride and increased speed. Much like 12inch kids bikes, 14in bikes will usually feature similar accessories, colour options, a coaster rear brake and training wheels as standard. If considering a 14inch kids bike, ensure your child is tall enough to manage the larger wheel size.
You cannot add pedals to just any balance bike, but there are a few balance bikes that are designed to convert to pedal bikes. The Kidvelo Rookie 14 and Rookie 18 are the two most common examples. These convertible balance bikes have optional pedal kits that can be installed when your child has mastered their balance bike and is ready to tackle pedals. These pedal kits only work with these bikes.
If your child can easily run, balance, and stop their balance bike, they are likely ready to transition to a pedal bike. Balance bikes, however, are much easier and simpler for toddlers and preschoolers to operate, so unless your child is eager to ride a pedal bike, it is generally best to allow them to continue to happily ride their balance bike and transition them to a pedal bike when they express interest.
Whilst much of the bike industry keep to the wheel sizes of 12, 16, 20 and 24 inch, some brands, such as Kidvelo, skip the industry’s more common 16inch size in favour for a larger 18inch wheel. The larger wheel size will typically offer greater stability, a smoother ride and increased speed. Much like 16inch bikes, 18inch bikes will usually feature similar accessories, colour options for kids to choose from. When considering an 18inch kids bike, ensure your child is tall enough to manage the larger wheel size
It might be tempting to shop for a slightly larger kids bike in the hopes that it will last longer, allowing your child to grow into the frame over time. Unfortunately, riding a bike that is too big for you increases the instability at the seat. Your weight is not evenly distributed, and it will feel like you’re top-heavy, having to work harder to balance your weight, especially under slow speeds. Your child is unlikely to get enough speed up to allow the bike to do most of the balance work so buying the right frame size is very important. A bike frame that is too small will also require more strength and skill to use. When a rider’s centre of gravity is too low, the bike is difficult to get moving, requiring much more leg strength and more upper body coordination. The risk of a fall from the wrong size bike is high for riders of all skill levels and strength but can be a particularly traumatic experience for kids who are just learning or just building their confidence