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Memories are made on two wheels

Bikes give kids the chance to get outside, have fun and find freedom. Precaliber introduces them to the joys of riding and makes it easier for them to learn and grow their skills, whether they’re just starting out on training wheels or ready to learn how to shift.

Four wheel sizes fit growing kids

Ages 3-4

Height: 86 – 102 cm
2’ 9.9” – 3’ 4.2”
12” wheels – sized right for youngsters who are just starting to ride. Includes training wheels.

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Ages 4-6

Height: 99 – 117 cm
3’ 3” – 3’ 10.1”
16” wheels – for beginning riders who are a little older and taller. Includes training wheels.

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Ages 6-8

Height: 114 – 132 cm
3’ 8.9” – 4’ 4”
20" wheels – for intermediate riders who have mastered the basics and are ready to learn new gear and braking skills.

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Ages 8-12

Height: 130 – 150 cm
4’ 3.2” – 4’ 11.1”
24” wheels—sized for the big kids. Great for older children who have the solid handling, shifting and braking skills necessary for a big kids' bike.

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For neighbourhood cruises and pavement races

Precaliber is perfect for practising turns in the driveway, racing down the pavement and taking a family spin around the neighbourhood. Wide, stable tyres and a light, easy-to-handle frame give kids the confidence to pedal across the garden and down the occasional gravel path.

Designed with kid-friendly features

Each of our Precalibers and all of their parts are designed specifically for kids, by people who know bikes. They’re lightweight, built to hold up to rough and tumble play, and have size-appropriate grips, levers, pedals and saddles. We put a lot of thought into getting the details right, because we know that positive and fun experiences with biking at an early age can encourage a lifelong hobby.

Easy to hop on and off

Precaliber's frame is lower than most kid's bikes, which provides more confidence when mounting and dismounting.

Handle or light – you choose

The kid-sized saddles have an integrated handle for easy lifting and guiding while they ride. It can also be swapped for a rear light to boost visibility.

Wide tyres, more traction

Wider tyres are more stable and offer better grip. It makes kids even more confident and comfortable while riding.

12" + 16" wheels – great for the youngest riders

These Precaliber models are designed for ages 3-6, and they all come with training wheels. They’re perfect for kids who are just learning to ride but are too big for a balance bike, and for children who prefer to ride with training wheels until they feel a bit more comfortable on two wheels.

Kid-sized hand brakes

Some 16" bikes come with hand brakes, which is a great option for children who have the hand strength and coordination necessary to start learning how to use them.

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20" + 24" wheels – more features, more chances to learn

These larger Precalibers are designed for kids aged 6-12 who have a good command of basic bike skills and are ready to tackle more. They have lots of different combos of brake types, and speeds so you can pick the perfect bike for your child's skill level.

Lots of gearing and brake options

We want you to be able to pick a Precaliber that's perfectly suited to your kid's age and skill level. That's why we offer models with different numbers of gears and brake types.

For example, fewer gears are great for kids who are just getting used to them, while older kids with good hand strength and coordination can generally handle additional gears.

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Bikes that both you and your kids will love

Tested. Trusted. Made to last.

We want your kids to enjoy cycling just as much as you do, so we put the same amount of dedication and know-how into their bikes as we do yours. Each one is made with durable, high-quality materials and assembled by a professional mechanic so you can focus on having fun with your little ones for years to come.

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