You’ll find 20”, 24” and 26” bikes on our website, apart from kid bikes of smaller sizes.

Key points:

· Brakes: bikes are built with two types of brakes: disc or rim brakes. Disc brakes usually offer more power and require less maintenance, but have the rotor exposed so it can be hit and damaged. · Size: even though 20” has been the traditional size, 24” and 26” bikes are a great option for bigger riders or for those who want a smooth transition between their MTB/road bikes and the trials bike.