Start Them Off Right
Kids' Bikes From the Pros
Not all bikes are created equal. You can trust that our selection of kids' bikes will outlast, outperform, and ultimately bring more smiles to your little one’s face. Not only that, but our kids' bikes are assembled and serviced by the same mechanics who work on pro level road and mountain bikes. From their first ride to the finish line, we have your kids covered.
Tough Enough for Grown Ups
The kids' bikes we carry are designed with the same level of detail that goes into adult bikes. That means quality components and thoughtful frame designs, all backed by companies dedicated to giving kids something better than ever.
It all starts with friendly, knowledgeable help from your local bike shop. We are experts at finding the best bike for you — whether you’re shopping for your child’s first bike or planning a future upgrade for yourself, our experienced staff will ensure you walk away feeling confident in your purchase.
Bikes For Kids Of All Sizes
Toddlers love to explore the world on foot, imagine how much fun they'll have on two wheels! Introduce kids to cycling with a balance bike. Also called running bikes, they're made especially to help little cyclists learn the motor skills and balance they need to get around on two wheels.
Share the power of pedaling with your child when you get them their first "real" bicycle. These beginners' bikes get kids started with the basics of cycling by introducing brakes, coasting, and handling. Make sure to grab a helmet and pads to ease the transition to riding without training wheels.
At this stage, a variety of more purpose-built bikes become available in just the right size. Mountain bikes are built tough to handle rough terrain, road bikes are quick and maneuverable, and BMX bikes will handle all the curb-hopping and sweet jumps your kid can hope for. Whatever their need, there's a bike for that.
Give your teen the gift of freedom with a new bicycle; the more they explore, the more they'll grow. Commuter bikes are built to handle the demands of riding around urban areas. Road bikes are built to fly. And mountain bikes are built to conquer local trails.