There are so many different styles -- which one's right for your child?
Is it time to buy your child his first bicycle? Or, is your "little one," not so little anymore and ready for a bigger bike, or one without training wheels? If it's been a while since you've bike-shopped, you're in for a pleasant surprise.
Adult bicycles are selected according to frame size. Kids' bikes, however, are sized according to wheel size.
Fitting a bike is more than determining age and height, though. You must evaluate coordination and cycling experience.
The most important factor is safety. Don't make the common mistake of buying too big a bike expecting your child to grow into it. Oversized bikes are dangerous and can cause crashes. They're also harder to ride.
When you're checking bike fit, make sure that the child can sit on the seat and place both feet firmly on the ground, which means he'll be able to hold himself upright and get on and off without difficulty. It's also important that children can comfortably reach the handlebars and steer.
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