This kids bike has the advantages of both Mountain and Road styles.
Age: 7-11 Years | Height: 130-160cms
Fitting the potential of riding on gravel paths and narrow tracks but also just as easily ridden to school and around the bike paths. Optimising both ease of riding and added strength, features abound like the internal 3 speed SRAM gears, curved CRM forks, All purpose tyres, protective chain guard, adjustable headstem and the added practicality of a polished Aluminium frame. The new MTR range is versatile, light and strong and above else extremely relevant to today’s modern rider.
|Frame :||Butted Alloy Frame, Low Gravity Concept Design|
|Gears:||SRAM i-motion Internal 3 Speed Cassette Gears, Totally Integrated & Synchronized Gearing|
|Wheels:||Dynamic Advantage Tall Alloy Wheels, Reinforced 36 Hole with Toughnut Eyelets|
|Tyres:||Low-Profile, Low-Resistance Design with Tough Tubes|
|Brakes:||Alloy Tektro Front & Rear Calibrated V brakes|
|Brake Levers:||Alloy, Adjustable Short Reach|
|Saddle:||Comfort Midi Deluxe|
|Handlebars:||Custom Width Low Rise V-Bars|
How to Choose the Right Size Kids Bike
When it comes to choosing the right size kids bike, our over-riding advice is 'smaller is better than bigger'. Children learn to ride with greater ease, have more control on the bike and have a lot more fun if they are the master of their domain.
Our overall advice on choosing the right size kids' bike is based not only on Age and Height, but Ability and Personal Confidence.
It is all too common to see parents using height as the only key measurement for a bike's correct size. Be careful: it can easily be misleading as an indicator. As most kids' balance develops at roughly the same speed, using age with ability is far more relevant. If you can add age, with height, and ability (ability is a hard one to measure but as a parent you must be honest and realistic) and confidence, than you have a really good indicator.
A bike is the right size when your child can:
- Sit on the saddle and rest the balls of both feet on the ground.
- Straddle the top bar with a comfortable clearance and with both feet flat on the ground.
- Reach the handlebars with a slight bend in the arms when sitting on the seat.
- If there are handbrakes, your child should be able to grasp them and apply enough pressure to stop the bike.
The most common reason kids have to move up a size on a normal bike is because of the lack of knee room between the seat and handlebars. This forces you to put up the seat and then your child loses interest or confidence in riding because the centre of gravity is really high and hence the bike becomes even more difficult to ride.