Bicycles require some assembly. This may include fitting the wheels, handlebars, pedals, seatpost and seat, and front brake caliper. This should not be attempted by the customer unless familiar with modern bicycle assembly and should otherwise be carried out by a competent bicycle mechanic. This includes bicycles sent to our stores for in store pick up, however, your local Bikebug store can assemble the bicycle for a fee, please contact your local Bikebug store after placing your order.
The ultimate first bike. Push, Run or Pedal.
With a detachable push handle, low frame and ultralight weight, learning to ride has never been easier.
The Ergonomic E-250 is great for kids 3 to 5 years ofage, 85 to 102cm tall.
Design: By considering shoulder width, riding position, safety and comfort, ByK have created a light, easy to ride and ergonomic design that ensures a great fit. And for a child to ride comfortably and in the correct position the saddle should be padded and matching the size of their body - ByK have done just that with the E-250.
Performance: With a lightweight Alloy ergonomic frame and the low gravity concept, the E-250 is approximately 30% more efficient than comparative kids bikes. And light wheels make pedalling easier; professional bike riders insist on them so why shouldn't our kids too! At just 7+kgs, it is one of the lightest bikes for this age group - most alternative kids bikes weigh more than 11.5kgs!
Safety: Braking should be efficient and easy. On the front ByK have used an alloy side pull calliper for developing immediate hand control - the fully adjustable lever is designed for small hands growing bigger. And at the rear a coaster brake for simple and safe foot braking.
Little Details Count:
Detachable Push Handle for helping get the Rider up to Balance Speed
Quick Release Seat Clamp to Easily Remove Push Handle
Custom Length Cranks
Smooth Running Tyres to Reduce Road Friction & Noise so Your Child can Hear Safety Instructions
The ByK [prounounced 'bi-kay'] Bike was born from one father's desire to build a bike that was made specifically for children. One that was suitable for a child's growing body and differing proportions to that of an adult. Warren Key has owned bicycle stores his whole life and knows a thing or two about bike design.
He has a 12, 10 and 6 year old and realised early on that there were no well designed bikes on the market for children, anywhere in the world. After a few years of research, design and prototypes, the ByK Bike is now available for Australian children to own.