Lightweight ATB 20"+

Junior ATB

Welcoming kids to the world of gears and freedom. Light weight, with 8 gears to choose from and expertly designed to make cycling easy by fitting their little bodies perfectly. 

What wheel size should I go for?

What wheel size should I go for?

For most junior bikes you should measure your child's inseam and height and refer to our sizing guide (found towards the bottom of this page). The only exception would be for some bikes being used for cyclo-cross, road or triathlon. You can read more about the pros and cons of large wheels for junior competition here.

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Blending experience and science.

Blending experience and science.

When developing our bikes, we always try our best to blend our scientific research with experience as riders and coaches. Q factor (distance between the crank arms), frame triangle length and handlebar width often see a compromise between number logic and bike handling ability.

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ATB or MTB?

ATB or MTB?

An ATB or All Terrain Bike is synonymous with a hybrid bicycle. All our Kinder & Cubley bikes are ATB's capable of use on road and most off road use. MTB's or mountain bikes usually feature a front and sometimes rear suspension. They are intended for more technical off road riding.

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FAQ

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The Perfect Fit

Use our helpful sizing guide to find the right size for you or your child.