Our Ultimate Guide to Frog City Bikes
Exploring your urban surroundings on a trusty set of wheels can be great fun. For young cyclists, safety, comfort, and style are paramount, and when it comes to meeting these criteria, Frog City Bikes stand out as the ideal companions for city riding.
With their featherweight frames, dependable brakes, and rugged construction, these kids bikes are more than just a means of transportation. They look great and are practical for carrying bags.
In this blog, we'll delve into what makes Frog City Bikes the perfect choice for children in search of urban adventures.
The Frog Kids Bike Philosophy
The Frog Kids Bike Philosophy is rooted in the belief that every child deserves a bicycle that fits them perfectly and also inspires confidence.
At the heart of this philosophy lies a deep commitment to safety, quality, and ergonomic design.
Frog Kids Bike Philosophy seeks to ignite a lifelong love for cycling. This can be seen in their Frog City bikes.
The Frog city bikes are perfect for everyday adventures, whether it's cruising to school or exploring the city with flair and comfort.
These cool city bikes are ideal for kids aged 5 to 12 and come in three sizes: 20-inch, 24-inch, and 26-inch.
Each one is packed with kid-friendly features like a comfy upright seating position, a convenient step-through frame, 8-speed gears, a nifty chain glider, full-length mudguards, a handy kickstand, and a pannier rack.
Bike safety is central to all Frog bikes. From specially crafted frames that ensure stability and control to responsive and powerful brakes that offer instant stopping power, Frog City Bikes prioritizes the well-being of young riders.
These bikes are not just about fun and style; they're about providing parents with peace of mind, knowing that their children are equipped with the safest ride for their urban adventures.
One of the most important features of a kids' bike is its weight. A lightweight bike is easier for children to control and navigate, and it is also less tiring to ride. This is especially important for younger children, who are still developing their strength and coordination.
Frog Bikes are made with lightweight aluminium frames, which makes them easier for children to ride and control. This is especially important in city traffic, where children need to be able to quickly and easily react to changes in their surroundings.
In addition to being easier to ride, lightweight bikes are also less tiring to ride. This means that children can ride longer and further without getting tired, which encourages them to get more exercise.
Frog City Bikes are designed to fit children from 5 to 12 years old. They come in 3 sizes, from 20 inches to 26 inches.
To find the right size Frog City Bike for your child, you should measure their inside leg. This is the distance from the ground to the top of the child's inner thigh.
Frog City 53 - 49 to 62 cm.
Frog City 61 - 57 to 70 cm.
Frog City 67 - 63 to 76 cm.
Frog City Bike Models
Frog City 53
The Frog City 53 is a lightweight and easy-to-ride bike that is perfect for kids aged 5 to 7 years old. It has a recommended inside leg measurement of 49 – 62 cm.
Frog's lightweight aluminum kids' city bikes are easy for children to ride and control in cities, thanks to their low-resistance Kenda tires and upright seating position, which helps riders see well over traffic.
It also has easy-to-use gears, making it a great bike for kids to learn to ride on and enjoy for years to come.
Frog City 61
The Frog City 61 is a great bike for kids aged 8 to 10 years old. It has a recommended inside leg measurement of 57 – 70 cm.
It is slightly larger and heavier than the Frog City 53, but it is still easy to ride and control. The Frog City 61 also has a number of features that make it ideal for city riding, such as a pannier rack and mudguards.
It also has an upright riding position, a step-through frame that is easy to get on and off of, and 8-speed gears for hills and different road conditions.
Frog City 67
The Frog City 67 is a great bike for kids aged 10 to 12 years old. It has a recommended inside leg measurement of 63 – 76 cm.
It is the largest and heaviest of the Frog City bikes. Like the previous two bikes, the Frog City 67 also has a number of features that make it ideal for city riding, such as a pannier rack, mudguards, and 8-speed gears.
Questions Parents Ask Us About Frog City Bikes
What age range do Frog City bikes cater to?
Frog City bikes cater to children aged 5 to 12 years old, with three sizes available: 20 inches, 24 inches, and 26 inches. This makes them a great choice for kids of all ages and sizes, from beginners to experienced riders.
How do I choose the right size Frog bike for my child?
To choose the right size Frog bike for your child, you can follow these steps:
- Measure your child's inside leg. This is the distance from the ground to the top of their inner thigh.
- Compare your child's inside legto the recommended measurement on our Frog City bike product pages. This will help you to choose a bike that is the right size for your child's height and age.
For more on bike sizing, see how our helpful bike sizing guide.
Are Frog City Bikes easy for kids to control and manoeuvre?
Yes, Frog City Bikes are easy for kids to control and manoeuvre. They have lightweight aluminum frames, which makes them easy for kids to steer and pick up. They also have powerful brakes that are easy for small hands to reach and operate.
Additionally, Frog City Bikes have a comfortable riding position, which helps kids to maintain their balance. Overall, Frog City Bikes are a great choice for kids who are looking for a safe and easy-to-ride bike.
How can I ensure the longevity of my child's Frog bike?
To ensure the longevity of your child's Frog bike, you can follow these bike maintenance tips:
- Keep the bike clean and dry. Wipe down the bike after each ride with a damp cloth to remove dirt and sweat. If the bike gets wet, dry it off as soon as possible.
- Lubricate the chain regularly. The chain is one of the most important parts of the bike, so it is important to keep it lubricated to prevent wear and tear. Apply lubricant every few rides.
- Check the brakes regularly. Make sure that the brakes are working properly and that the pads are not worn down.
- Inspect the bike regularly. Look for any signs of damage or wear and tear. If you see any damage, have it repaired by a qualified bike mechanic. When you exchange a bike with us our expert team will refurbish the bike.