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Wild 20 Kids Bike (Deal requires Go Outdoors Discount Card at £5)
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Wild 20 Kids Bike (Deal requires Go Outdoors Discount Card at £5)

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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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A lightweight kids' bike with easy to use Shimano gears.

  • Lightweight alloy frame and fork, with no extra weight to get in a young riders way
  • 6 speed Shimano gearing with easy reach thumb shifters
  • Full chain disc keeps their trousers legs grime free with minimal risk of snagging
  • Grippy tyres give perfect control without huge rolling resistance
  • Includes reflectors and a bike bell (not pictured) to encourage cycle safety
Child friendly geometry
Designed with an upright riding position for a low centre of gravity, and narrower cranks which bring their legs closer together in line with their smaller hips.


Built for adventure
Tough and lightweight frame, with quick release adjusters and correctly proportioned parts to make riding fun and effortless.

Encouraging progression
Easy to reach and simple to understand thumb shifters will help build their confidence of changing gears and managing their speed.

Confidence inspiring control
The Tektro alloy v-brakes have levers specifically designed for small hands, combined with the Kenda tyres, ensure great control, grip and stopping power.


Style and substance
The vibrant two-tone colour scheme and sleek frame design will bring smiles of delight, and many an envious glance.
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3 Comments
One of the biggest cons in cycling is children's bikes. Often they are fitted with low end components, basic unbutted tubes and cost little to make but are priced similar to adult bikes.
bonzobanana26/11/2019 00:17

One of the biggest cons in cycling is children's bikes. Often they are …One of the biggest cons in cycling is children's bikes. Often they are fitted with low end components, basic unbutted tubes and cost little to make but are priced similar to adult bikes.


But if you did some research before commenting, you would find that at 7.6kg this is way lighter than some of the deadweights the “major” brands roll out. A 5kg weight reduction is huge for a young kid.
YIMan26/11/2019 00:36

But if you did some research before commenting, you would find that at …But if you did some research before commenting, you would find that at 7.6kg this is way lighter than some of the deadweights the “major” brands roll out. A 5kg weight reduction is huge for a young kid.


You've missed my point entirely no one is saying this isn't a good bike compared to the heavy steel children's bikes my point is the actual cost of making such bikes is very low but the retail price is extremely high. Just think about the small amount of material used, the small box, low shipping weight, the components like freewheels which are used on the very cheapest bikes and the lack of components and simple drivetrain. This bike could easily sell for £69.99 retail based on its components but its not about what something costs to make its what the market will bear and what people are prepared to pay. 7.6kg is not light for such a tiny bike there is pretty much less of everything there compared to an adult bike it's just light compared to those ridiculously heavy steel children's bikes that have thick cheap steel tubes that are equally overpriced for what they are. The factory door price for an adult bike from the far east to its retail price could be 4x, i.e. factory door price of about $30-40 equates to a retail price over here of £120-140 but children's bikes can be a factor of 10x in comparison. I guess I just resent that difference in margin.
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