A little selection of cool cycling gadgets and gift ideas!... http://t.co/JZHSajXJwW
Welcome to The Little Bike Company. Our aim is to help more kids have more fun on a bike. On this site we showcase the best kids' bikes we could find to achieve that aim. We have also sourced a range of children's cycle clothing and helmets, plus accessories to enhance the bikes or just keep them rolling!
These children's bikes are a combination of lightweight aluminium frames, quality components, decent wheels and tyres and value for money prices. We've tried to put together a range which will suit a variety of budgets. What we steadfastly refuse to do is sell ultra-cheap, heavy steel kids' bikes which are not fit for purpose as bicycles for anyone, let alone children.
All too often we see small children struggling to ride on cheap toy shop or supermarket children's bikes which are so heavy and so ill-fitting, it's a wonder they can move at all. It is understandable that many people will be looking to avoid spending too much money when a bike may only fit a child for 2 or 3 years. However, this can prove to be a false economy.
Where the bike isn't fit for purpose, it will hardly be used and soon end up rusting away in a shed or a corner of the garden. It's like buying a pair of shoes which are two sizes too big so they last longer. A lightweight aluminium kids' bike which fits the child properly will result in hours of use and fun. And that sums up what we're trying to do here: help you to help your kids have more fun on a bike.
Please note our website only ships within UK at the moment. Please email us at email@example.com or call (44)01442 872123 if you are interested in buying from outside of the UK.
You'll find us at our shop in Berkhamsted every day but Sunday. We'd love to see you. We are open 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Monday to Friday and 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. on Saturday. The exact location is here.
Cycling Gift Ideas!
There are some super cool cycling gifts available, we thought we'd share a few of our ideas with you! If you know a cyclist and you're scratching your head as to what to buy them take a look at these fun ideas!
We firmly believe that for the vast majority of children, there is no point in having stabilisers on bicycles. We think most kids with stabilisers on their bikes learn to ride in spite of, rather than because of them. Simon has written a post about why we think this and looks at the alternatives.More >>