How do you size a bike for a child?
1) Know What Wheel Size Your Child Needs
- Kids bikes are “sized” by the diameter of their wheels.
- The best way to start narrowing down which size bike your child needs is to determine which size wheels they PROBABLY need.
- Measure your child’s inseam AND their height.
What size bike is best for a 5 year old?
A 16-inch bike is typically the best bike size for five-year-old or six-year-old children depending on their height. This 16-inch bike includes a freewheel and hand brakes which take kids a step closer to an adult bike. The Hedgehog’s hand brakes are durable and small – designed for little hands.
Is 20 inch bike for adults?
In the world of bicycles, there is nothing quite like a 20 inch bike. Smaller bikes fit neatly into the category of children’s cycles, while larger two-wheelers are designed for older children, teenagers, and adults. To further complicate things, there are plenty of 20-inch offerings for teenagers and adults.
What does a 20 inch bike mean?
What is a 20” bike? The ’20 inch’ refers to the size of the wheels. Traditionally it is a common size and follows on from 14” and 16”, and then comes before 24”, 26” and beyond. It is also the wheel size of choice for the vast majority of BMX bikes.
Are 27.5 Wheels dead?
29in might be stealing the headlines – and the sales – but 27.5in won’t be disappearing anytime soon.