The holidays are fast approaching, and it's a great time to get a head start on your shopping. We, of course, are biased when we say this, but the best gifts usually have something to do with bikes. Check out these great bike-related gifts for kids — the perfect idea is out there!
This little basket snaps right onto the handlebar, making it easy for kids to bring toys and snacks along for the ride. Or they can collect treasures along the way. The cute shark is sure to please most any young rider.
A bike they can grow with, the Line 24 is a junior version of our do-anything hardtail mountain bike. Disc brakes and a wide-range SRAM 1×8 drivetrain deliver all the performance of an adult bike. With an 80mm travel fork and sturdy 24-inch wheels, the Line 24 is a legit mountain bike — sized for riders 54”-62” tall.
Ding! Ding! A bike bell is an easy-to-add safety feature and a low-cost way to help personalize their bike. These aluminum bells feature a cute bear design. They are nice and loud and come in four different colors.
The fun Impression is a 20-inch-wheeled wonder that is not only eye-catchingly cute with its striking colors, it's also a great little bike to get her pedaling up and down the block having fun with her friends. With a simple coaster brake and a kid-friendly hand brake, it's easy to control.
Since they're gonna wear a helmet each time they ride, it's important to get a cool one. The Little Nutty bike helmet by Nutcase lets them show off a little style and personality while protecting their noggin. The dial fit system adjusts as they grow, and the padded chin strap features a magnetic closure that’s not pinchy.
Lights are a fun and inexpensive way to help keep everybody safe. These flexible lights can be easily mounted to handlebars, seatposts, and frames. These essentials pack a punch and run for 40 hours steady or 80 hours in flash mode on two CR2032 batteries (each unit, included).
A little bit of flair is always welcome. Instantly increasing your bike's flash factor, streamers are worth the minimal increase in drag. They're cool, and they're always going to be!
These spoke lights are another inexpensive way to customize a bike while adding a bit of safety. Make a kid's bike more visible with lights that clip onto the spokes. And when their bike lights up, it's definitely more fun to ride!