KIDS' MOUNTAIN BIKE REVIEWS AND MORE
Our 13 year-old has used a PNW Components Rainier Gen 3 Dropper and Loam Lever for several months. See how they've held up.
In our opinion, these are the best mountain bikes for 8-11 year olds. There are full-suspension, front suspension, and rigid options.
When mom's ready to ride, she needs proper clothing like the comfortable and good looking Bontrager Rhythm jersey.
When we hit the road and camp, we're sure to bring these essentials. See the tent, sleeping bags, stove and other items we use.
This Bontrager helmet is being used by our young teen this season. It has been broken-in and in use for months. Get the details and read the review.
This stem is a clever item that allows you to attach a light, action camera or whatever else you can figure out. Parents will enjoy using it, too.
Take a look at these great deals on six big mountain bikes for big kids. Get one now before they're gone.
Dads from across the mtb plains tell us about their families and bikes. Thanks to all of you who took the time to share the mtb love. This one's ferda-dads!
Kids grow out of stuff fast. That means our 11 year old got to try out a pair of Five Ten Freerider Contact mountain biking shoes for the season.
These mountain biking shoes for kids are a wonderful accessory if your kids like to ride with flat pedals and get rowdy.
A story about audiobooks on a mountain biking with kids website? Abso-freakin’-lutely! Audiobooks are the reason why our mountain biking kids don’t mind long trips in the car.
Kids Mountain Bikes And More
We offer resources and stories for mountain biking families. Here, you may find your child’s next bike with our kids’ mountain bikes database. You can also get tips for mountain biking with your kids, read gear reviews, and see some great places to ride your bikes.
Your MTB Family Is Awesome
Do you have a story to share? Contact Us and tell us about your family’s latest-and-greatest adventures while mountain biking. Did you get new mountain bike for your young girl or boy? Did they ride a new trail or join a NICA team?