Off-road & asphalt – travel flexibly with a gravel bike for children
Fly through the city or would you rather criss-cross hills and dale?
If you used to have to choose between a road-going racing bike or a mountain bike as a bicycle enthusiast, the flexible gravel bikes confidently cover both areas of application. A gravel bike for children and teenagers combines the features of an MTB or cyclocross bike for children with those of a road-going racing bike. In this way, a gravel bike for children manages the balancing act between comparatively high speeds on the road and safe riding fun on unpaved paths.
Gravel bikes for children – that’s what makes them special
The flexible gravel bikes for teenagers and children differ from classic racing bikes and mountain bikes in several structural aspects. Gravel bikes have wider wheels than a racing bike and tend to allow for a more upright sitting position. The low-slung handlebars, on the other hand, correspond to those of a typical racing bike. The frame geometry of the Gravel for children is between a racing bike and a cyclocross. The extended rear end as well as the generally generous wheelbase ensure great stability in the handling of the gravel bike for children. However, the gravel bike does not have active suspension like the mountain bike. This design of the children's gravel bike makes it possible to achieve high speeds on paved roads while also being able to move safely on unpaved paths.