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  • material: aluminium
  • 16" wheelsize
  • 112x9/100x9 wheelsize
  • BMX bottom bracket standard
frame size 9"
brake front Tektro 985A caliper
brake lever APSE BL-01 alloy
headset FSA TH888
  • material: aluminium
  • 500mm width
  • 120mm rise
  • material: aluminium
  • 22.2mm diameter

  • 37 mm

grip Kraton
  • material: steel
  • 22.2mm diameter
  • 0mm setback
seat clamp Alloy Allen
saddle MERIDA kid mini
pedal Wellgo LU-P17
chain KMC S1
crank 81 mm
  • 16 teeth
  • 1 speed
bottom bracket Black steel, 9pcs
  • material: aluminium
hub front KT KT134
hub rear KT KT305R coaster
spokes Steel UCP
kickstand Support side wheel

weighed with 16" wheels and at frame size UNI, without pedals

Bike Frame Geometry Image
Frame Size 9"
Tyre Sizes 16"
ST seat tube [mm] 235
TT top tube [mm] 400
CS chain stay length [mm] 340
HTA head tube angle [°] 70
STA seat tube angle [°] 72.5
BD bottom bracked drop [mm] 8
HT head tube [mm] 100
FL fork length [mm] 236
R reach [mm] 298
S stack [mm] 324
WB wheel base [mm] 790
SH stand over height [mm] 409


The specific demands on childrens' components make them differ a lot from adult components. Not only that kids are smaller, but also do not have the same strength in their hands, for example, when it comes to braking. That's why we have chosen specific components to ensure that our youngest cyclists are able to use their bikes safely and comfortably and make them easy to handle in any situation.

Many of our bikes feature rigid forks. This helps to keep the weight down, which is a big advantage for much lighter riders. Gears are also kept to a minimum, avoiding confusion for young riders, as well as reducing weight.

All kids' bike frames are made with the same 6061 lightweight aluminium we use in our adult bikes; we don't cut any corners. They're also painted and lacquered in the same way, so the bikes can still look great even after a few tough knocks.


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We use a minimum of 6061 grade aluminium on all our bikes. It’s particularly well suited to being shaped with our hydroforming and technoforming processes, which allow us to vary the wall thickness to create double-butted tubing and complex frame shapes. It’s also an alloy that welds easily, and once it has been carefully heat treated to maximise strength, it means we can create strong and lightweight bicycle frames for you to enjoy.

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