Childrens bikes reviewed

A Brand New Bike

Childrens Bikes

In the era of Technology and electronic toys, Christmas will be a noisy day in most house holds, Beep Beep! Pow Pow1 Zap! the sweet noise of children as they play on their new Xbox, Playstation or Wii, but even though we live in an electronic age there is one item that still remains top of most childrens Christmas wish list a toy that has stood the test of time.

No matter what the latest advances in technology brings to toys and games, children of all ages from all over the world still want to ride around their neighborhoods on a brand new bike.

From toddlers on their very first bike wheeling around the garden, to their first two wheeled bike, there is no greater feeling as a parent or a child when the stabelisers come of forever, as we get older we go in any of 3 directions, to either BMX, Mountain Bike or Racing bike.

Cycling will never go out of fashion.

 

Classic Red Transporter Trike

Morgan Cycle Ranch Pick-Up Trike

Big Wheels Steel Construction Training Trike Bike

My First Trike

Our first experience of cycling comes usualy at the same time that we experience Christmas for the very first time, although technically speaking it is a tricycle rather than a bicycle because being so young Three wheels give better balance than two and we have less chance of falling off a three Wheeler.

Classic Red Transporter Trike

This tricycle will take you right back to the trikes of your youth, complete with a big back wheel cart and large U-shaped handle bars. The trike, though classically designed, is assuredly modern, from it's bright and shiny paint job to its light, easily transportable weight. However, the tricycle also contains a number of very useful features, including a brake bar, removable push bar and front free wheel to allow adults to push the tricycle along when Junior gets tired. As your child gets a bit older, the seat can even be adjusted to accommodate older children. Tires are a solid rubber with molded rims. Designed for outdoor use. Suggested for children ages 2-4 years.

Morgan Cycle Ranch Pick-Up Trike

This durable ride-on takes abuse and keeps on truckin'. Heavy-duty construction enables your little riders to transport cargo in the oversized bed with removable wood slats. Features oversized steel tubular frame with steel wheels and all-terrain pneumatic tires. Adjustable handlebar and padded seat for comfort and fit. Holds up to 100 pounds. Measures 46"H x 23"W x 30"D.

Big Wheels Steel Construction Training Trike Bike

This is the easiest and safest way for your young one to learn how to ride a tricycle. They can have fun pedaling and ringing the bell while you can control of the direction and speed with a detachable parent handle on the back. . Features: Ages 18 months to 3 Years old. 40lb Weight Limit. Parental handle to guide direction (removable). Safety locking mechanism for wheels. Solid construction. Folding foot pad. Soft cushion seat. Ringing bell.

Transformer Bumble Bee 16-Inch Kids' Bike

My Little Pony 16-Inch Kids' Bike

My First Bicyle

After a year or two of riding about on our Trike's, we earn a promotion and get our first two wheeler bike, although we have gained an extra wheel it is classed as a Bicycle, but with stableisers.

These vehicles are a little more difficult to control and although they do have stablisers there is a higher chance of falling off and because these bikes are taller than what we have been used to it is that little bit farther to the ground.

We learn the importance of peddling on our bikes with stablisers because unlike the trike we were used to, when we stop peddling the bike keeps going.

Transformer Optimus Prime 16-Inch Kids' Bike

16-inch bike is ideal for riders ages 4 to 8 Vibrant yellow and black motif that resembles Autobot Bumble Bee Rear coaster brake and a front handbrake; adjustable seat Double-guard chain guard prevents dangerous chain interference and wheel jamming Includes two removable training wheels.

My Little Pony 16-Inch Kids' Bike

Designed for riders ages 4 to 8; stylish Y-frame with a bright graphics that give the bike a cheery, sunny look Removable heavy-duty training wheels for safe balance when she gets started moving on her own Encased chain case to keep the legs pedaling freely and the pants clean Soft padded saddle with sturdy carry handle Pedal operated coaster brake for safe stopping.

High School Musical 20-Inch Girls Bike

20-inch girls bike with "High School Musical" graphics Steel Y-frame, steel unicrown fork, and steel 1-piece crank Double-guard chain guard and steel clipper brakes Sparkle graphics on the grips, cables, seat, and more Includes "High School Musical" purse; lifetime frame warranty

Safety is Priority

 When it comes to our children safety is paramount, that is why safety equipment is essential when your children start to explore the neighborhood on their brand new bike, head injuries are a serious business and many deaths or serious brain damage are caused every year because children were not wearing a safety helmet on their bikes, reflective clothing, kneepads and elbow pads also lessen the chance of serious injury from a cicyling accident.

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Zsuzsy Bee 7 years ago from Ontario/Canada

Jimmy! Great hub. I'm hunting for a first stage bike for my youngest granddaughter so your hub caught my eye right away.

regards Zsuzsy


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jimmythejock 7 years ago from Scotland Author

Thanks for your comment Zsuzsy Bee , I came up with this hub when looking for bikes for my kids christmas.....jimmy


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NYLady 7 years ago from White Plains, NY

Hey Jimmy:

Loved this hub. It makes me feel sentimental about getting a bike for Christmas! I can't believe there's a HS Musical bike...


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jimmythejock 7 years ago from Scotland Author

Thanks NYlady, I am glad you like it, thanks for your comment....jimmy

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