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#1 ninaswalk

Posted 09 January 2013 - 08:42 AM

We are looking at getting our 4yo a bike for her birthday.  We would like it be 16".  We've looked at Giant ones but they seem a bit exxy for something she'll grow out of in a couple of years and are overly girly so no good to hand down to our son sad.gif  It will have very little riding on smooth ground - mostly gravel roads etc.  Would like a sturdy bike with a reasonable price (not asking much lol!)

I'd love to know any brand you would recommend and any to steer clear of!
Thanks

#2 Avogadro

Posted 11 January 2013 - 06:01 PM

If you're planning on passing it down to another child, then it might be worth spending the money on a Byk.

http://www.bykbikes.com/kids-bike-range/e350-kids-bike.html

We bought the 450 for our daughter for her 5th birthday (she is a very tall child though), its wonderful.  So light.




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