Kids’ Mountain Bikes
KIDS’ MOUNTAIN BIKES
The best mountain bike for your kid is going to be based on their size and your budget. We have assembled this list of categories to help you find a bike that will make both of you happy.
Mountain Bikes For Kids By Age Group
A lot of new families are excited to start their children’s cycling adventures together as soon as possible. This requires a suitable balance bike. After the balance bike serves its purpose and children are ready to move on to a pedal bike, variants such as wheel size and standover height need to be factored in to your choice. And, as you kid gets older and more experienced, she/he can take advantage of all the options available on full-sized mountain bikes.
Your kid’s first bike should be a balance bike. These bikes are easy to control and build confidence.
Here are options for your child’s first pedal bike with saddle heights 15 inches to 25 inches tall.
All these kids’ mountain bikes have 16 inch wheels. One option even has fancy hydraulic disc brakes.
The best 20 inch wheel kids’ mountain bikes are light and feature drivetrains with multiple gears.
Choose from purpose built bikes suitable for cross-country, downhill and enduro mountain biking.
These bikes are the last stop before your kid gets their first hand-me-down bike from mom or dad.
MOUNTAIN BIKES FOR KIDS BY DISCIPLINE
ENDURO BIKES FOR KIDS
Full-suspension mountain bikes for descending and climbing
MOUNTAIN BIKES FOR NICA KIDS
Cross-country mountain bikes for jr. devo and high school racers
DOWNHILL BIKES FOR KIDS
Full-suspension bikes designed to take a beating
KIDS’ MOUNTAIN BIKE DATABASE
Our database of kids’ mountain bikes will allow you to get a glimpse of what’s available from manufacturers around the world. You can filter your search by wheel size, suspension options, cost, standover height and many other options. We have added hundreds of bikes so you can see the combinations of features which will help you choose the best trail bike for your child.
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