Buy a bigger bike because the child will grow up is a great and dangerous mistake. A great bike generates insecurity and can cause accidents or, at least, make the child lose the taste for riding. It is also very important that the child can trigger commands, especially the brakes, with ease. Most accidents happen because the child throws the bike because of your difficulty to brake.
Ideally, the bike is simple and functional. The more details, the heavier will be the bike, which is very bad for the child. Some models from 20 rim can be found with marches and suspension. Just marches are worth when they are of good quality, that is easy to throw and precise, yet most children won’t use them. If possible avoid bicycles with gears.
We do not recommend suspension because it greatly increases the weight of the bike and usually does not work properly. Again, how much lighter the bike better.
Bike School recommends that your child pedal a bike of the highest possible quality, easy to use and that is suitable for your size, or smaller, not bigger like DorsetBudget suggested. Happy child is healthy child.
The bike without pedals and Crankset (Photo1) is ideal for the first contact of the child with the bike. This bike allows the development of balance on two wheels before using the pedal. Another way to teach the child to use the bike without the famous “training wheels”.
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