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Banwood Children's bicycle

Your adventurous child enters the meadow world! The First Go balance bike is suitable for children from 2.5 years and therefore the perfect bike to start with for your child. The bikes from Banwood have nostalgic looks and a wicker basket. Thanks to the removable wicker basket, small items are easy to carry. In addition, Banwood has also developed a nice follow-up bicycle: The Banwood Classic with pedals!

Let your child take to the street safely with a sturdy, matching children's helmet. Falling is in a small corner, but with a bicycle helmet you don't have to worry about that as a parent.


Banwood balance bike

A balance bike increases the mobility of one child, so that he learns to balance much better on a bicycle and makes the transition to a bicycle with pedals much easier. This way your little one can get to know a bicycle in a safe way and later he or she will often cycle away effortlessly on a bicycle without training wheels.


Banwood with trappers

After practicing enough on a balance bike, it's time to start the big cycling adventure at the Banwood Classic! The Banwood Classic comes complete with a removable basket and wooden pedals. The children's bicycle is suitable for children from 4 years. Your child can brake with the hand brake or the coaster brake. For safety, there are also reflectors, a mudguard and a bicycle bell on the bike. Want to drink something or get a candy? No problem, the children's bike can simply be put on the standard.

Banwood helmet

The Banwood bicycle helmet gives your child maximum safety while racing through the streets. For a perfect fit, adjust the helmet with the handy turning system that you then attach with an adjustable headband. The helmet has a soft part for extra comfort.

With every bike that is sold, Banwood supports One Tree Planted.




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