How to pick up a bike
How to choose a children's bike
Of course, the first requirement, when buying a bicycle, is the age category for which it will be designed. By age, bicycles can be divided into children and adults. Let's start with the children's models.
In fact, children's bicycles are not a real means of transportation, at least due to the fact that they are not designed for long trips and are small in size. Children buy bicycles for small athletes, whose height at first does not exceed one meter.
The first option, as a rule, has one wheel in front and two behind. Do not forget that buying a bike for the future is not worth it, because your child may not have enough skills and skill to ride normally.
But if your budget does not allow you to buy a lot of bikes for your child, buy a bike with optional rear wheels. After your child learns to keep his balance, the optional wheels can be simply removed.Thus, you extend the term of service of your transport not to 3, but to the whole 7 years.
This is followed by teen models for children from 7 years. They are larger, made from stronger materials, have better speed and can withstand longer distances. Roughly speaking, a teenage bike is practically the same adult, only in a slightly reduced version.