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Parkway Mall, 212 McAllister Drive, Unit 130A, Saint John

Phone: 640-0777


March 1, 2018

Well Easter is just 1 month away on April 1st, so do you have your child's bike picked out yet? Here are some helpful hints in picking out the correct size bike for your son or daughter.  Balance or run bikes have no pedals and the child age 2-4 simply sits on the seat and pushes forward with his or her feet.  The following are wheel sizes for children's bikes: 12 1/2 ", 14", 16", 18", 20", and 24" wheels.  If they are 10 and up depending upon their height or leg length they may require an adult size bike in either a 26" or a 650 B/271/2 " wheel size.  

The Adult bikes are sold by frame sizes: 12 1/2", 14", 15", 16", 17", 18", 20", 21", 22", and 23".  You measure the size of the frame from the top of the seat tube to the middle of the bottom bracket where the pedals go around.  

Hope this helps and of course it is best to bring your child in to see what size fits him or her best.  The child should be able to tip toe touch the floor when sitting on the seat and their knee should be slightly bent when the ball of the foot is on the pedal in the down position.



Rant by  Becky Consolvo











































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