The ultimate first kids bike.
E-250 | Age: 3 - 5 years | Height: 85 - 102cms
Push, Run or Pedal - This bike offers three bikes in one! With a detachable push handle, our low ergonomic frame and ultralight weight, learning to ride has never been easier.
With rolling dynamics 30% superior to competitors, the E-250 is the absolute best first bike experience you can give your child.
Ability Level: Learning to ride their first bike
ByK E-250 Kids Bike Features
By considering shoulder width, riding position, safety and comfort, we have created a light, easy to ride and ergonomic design that ensures a great fit. And for a child to ride comfortably and in the correct position the saddle should be padded and matching the size of their body - we have done just that with the E-250.
With a lightweight Alloy ergonomic frame and the low gravity concept, the E-250 is approximately 30% more efficient than comparative kids bikes. And light wheels make pedalling easier; professional bike riders insist ont hem so why shouldn't our kids too! At just 7+kgs, it is one of the lightest bikes for this age group - most alternative kids bikes weigh more than 11.5kgs!
To make a children's bike safe, the rider needs to be able to brake efficiently and confidently. On the front we have used an alloy side pull calliper for developing immediate hand control, and at the rear a coaster brake for simple and safe foot braking.
We have used alloy front and rear callipers with light action for superior control and a simple and safe coaster style foot brake. The best of both worlds we believe. The custom-sized V-Brakes we have used are calibrated for age, ability and ergonomic fit. And they are made of non-flexing, strong and light alloy. Our light weight alloy rims ensure pedalling is easier. But more importantly alloy rims are a more efficient braking surface than cheaper, chrome-plated steel rims, and are therefore safer.
Little Details Count:
- Detachable push handle for helping get the rider up to balance speed.
- Quick release seat clamp to easily remove push handle.
- Custom length cranks.
- Smooth running tyres to reduce road friction and noise so your child can hear safety instructions.
- Ergonomic riding triangle between pedals.
- Seat and handlebars for best balance and control.
|Minimum Seat Height:||40cm|
|Maximum Seat Height:||46cm|
|Frame :||Lightweight Alloy, Low Gravity Concept Design|
|Wheels:||Dynamic Advantage Tall Alloy Wheels with Radial Front Spokes|
|Tyres:||Low-Profile, Low-Resistance Design with Tough Tubes|
|Brakes:||Rear Coaster Brake; Alloy Side Pull Front Calipers|
|Brake Levers:||Alloy, Adjustable Short Reach Design|
|Saddle:||Adjustable Ultra Mini|
|Handlebars:||Custom Width V-bars|
|Detachable Push Handle:||Included|
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.