Bike Assembly Required
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.
Smooth running tyres to reduce road friction and noise so your child can hear safety instructions
Concealed roller rear brake means less sharp edges
Spoked Wheels for best possible rolling
Quality headfittings to maximise steering response
Design - The E-250L frame offers children who are still young and require a learning bike, but are slightly bigger in size. Compared to the E-200L, it has bigger wheels (same wheels that come standard on the E-250). The long wheelbase allows for more knee clearance and more predictable handling. Added to these virtues is a Free XL seat post for bigger riders - it can be easily swapped over as the rider skills and confidence grow for a taller seat height and increased leg room. And the adjustable saddle is ergonomically positioned on the bike to balance the rider's weight - making it safe and efficient.
Performance - The lightweight wheels help reduce rotating mass dramatically for ease of use and improved rider control and balance. Whilst our low-drag tyres further improve the rolling dynamics advantages of the E-250L. Less resistance from the wheels and superior ergonomics means pick-up to balance speed is easier to achieve - meaning your child will learn ride sooner and more confidently.
Safety - The best brakes on the E-250L are the rider's feet! It makes sense for the rider to slow up the same way they got started; it also makes sense to have handbrake control. The internal rear wheel-only roller brake is both functional and safe - well hidden from harms way. The brake lever is small and adjustable to fit even the smallest rider.
Minimum Seat Height: 37.5cm
Maximum Seat Height: 47cm
Frame : Lightweight Alloy, Low Gravity Concept Design
Wheels: Dynamic Advantage Tall Alloy Wheels with Spokes
Tyres: Low-Profile, Low-Resistance Design with Tough Tubes
Brakes: Soft Action Roller Rear Brake
Brake Levers: Alloy, Adjustable Short Reach Design
Saddle: Adjustable, Short Reach
Handlebars: Custom Width V-bars
Safety Reflectors: Included
Safety Flag: Included
Extra Long Seat: Included
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.