Whether searching for a great bike for a very young beginning cycler or a more experienced “sportster,” the list of bikes on this page can help point you in the right direction. Enjoy browsing the top 10 best bicycles for kids and giving your youngling the perfect first bike.
Here you will find options from brands such as Radio Flyer and Huffy, as well as Yamaha and Strider. Some options are inspired by the likes of Frozen and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, while others are fashioned all freestyle-like. Whatever option you choose, you are providing your child with the incredible gift of adventure. Even if they are merely riding around the block, they will feel like they are riding to Mars and back. Bikes also help with coordination and motor skills.
What’s here: This fantastic compilation of the 10 best bikes for adults for 2017 and 2018 was created by serious bike lovers. Bikes for kids of various skill levels and ages are listed.
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Bright blue, vivid green, neon orange, pretty pink, rockin’ red, or stellar white. This bike packs a bunch of colorful punch, but the best part are the customizable features for every kind of kiddo. Lovin’ the removable training wheels, the safety-first chain guard, and the easy-grip handlebars with brake pump.
The Strider 12 Sportmakes it as a strong second place, and a returning favorite among the best kids’ bikes this year.
From the Strider collection for toddlers, this balance bike is a two-wheeled, air-filled bundle of lots-a fun that instils confidence. To get a-movin’, kiddos can kick off a little, then dangle their feet above the ground to stop themselves later.
Interesting and unique, this BMX-inspired bike is a pedal-powered mimic of the traditional BMX bikes. For beginners, there are removable training wheels with balanced, all-terrain treads for better control and agile movements. The brakes are front-powered for quicker, safer stops.
Lovin’ the high-gloss finish of this bike, for sure. Other awesome features include a handlebar with a pad and easy-grippers and adjustable, removable training wheels. The black and yellow is super-cool. And little boys will love the name: Major Damage.
Adorable with purpose, the Cub is a toddler-friendly balance bike with an extra-long handlebar and footrests. Kiddos can climb on and kickoff for a bit of smooth rollin’ on leveled ground. Or, they can simply balance to learn classic bike-ridin’.
The Rock It bike is a Huffy original, comprised from neon-green steel and chrome accents. The padded seat is saddle-style and adjustable, and the pedals are classics with simple, but effective, coaster brakes. This a single speed bike, which means your kids will go as fast as they can pedal.
Radio Flyer, commonly known for making wagons, has launched a new collection of bikes for a range of kids. This one is toddler-friendly and perfect for learning how to balance and building overall confidence on a bike. Includes real-ringing bell.
A familiar theme makes it to 8th among the best kids’ bikes in 2017 and into 2017 with the Disney Frozen Bike.
Another cutie from Huffy, this bike is all about Frozen and the many wonderful characters from the awesome Disney movie. In chilly purple, ice blue, and silver, this bike has tons of cool features, like handlebar streamers, a removable tote-anywhere bag, and lots-a Anna and Elsa decals. Includes training wheels.
This awesome bike is for the girlie girls. Accented with neon pink and purple, the bike features a coaster brake, handlebar pad, and removable, adjustable training wheels. In short, everything your kiddo needs in a classic ride-around.
There are two versions of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle bike, and both are awesome. Both of the designs feature TMNT decals, accenting colors, a padded seat, removable training wheels, and thick-tread wheels for all-terrain ridin’. Assembly time? 30 minutes!