Why Biky?


We design extremely lightweight bikes, because we follow a simple rule: the bike's weight should not be more than 30% of your child's weight. This makes sure the bike is easy and comfortable for your child to use, helping them learn to ride and balance quickly.


We don't use training wheels because they can delay learning how to ride a bike. While they help with pedaling, they don't teach the most important skill—balancing. Also, If a child has already learned to balance on a balance bike, training wheels aren't necessary.


Start with a balance bike to learn how to ride. If your child has outgrown the balance bike, do not install pedals on the Biky and
use it as a balance bike for a while.

Frame geometry



The distance from the ground to the center of the bike's crank affects ground clearance and center of gravity. A lower bottom bracket height provides a lower center of gravity for more stability



The range of saddle height adjustment affects how comfortably a child can reach the ground while sitting on the saddle. A lower minimum height allows for easier foot placement when stopping.



The distance between the centers of the front and rear wheels affects stability and maneuverability. A longer wheelbase provides more stability.



We use specially designed grips for children, sized just right for their small hands at this age. We understand how tiny their hands can be, so we make sure the grips are comfortable and easy to hold.

Brakes handle

We use hand brakes on our bikes and recommend avoiding coaster brakes, also called back-pedal brakes. They work by pedaling backward to stop, which isn't so effective as hand brakes. With coaster brakes, kids can't pedal backward to balance or set up for a smooth start. If the chain comes off, coaster brakes won't work at all.

Gain ratio

Gain ratio is a measure that indicates how far a bike will move for one complete turn of the pedals. It helps to understand how easy or difficult it will be to pedal the bike. We carefully select the crank arm lengths and the sizes of the chainring and rear sprocket for each wheel size to make starting on the bike as easy as possible, while keeping the maximum speed moderate for safe riding.


Q-factor is the distance between the two inside pedals, or how wide a child must splay their legs in order to pedal. Our bikes have narrow design with q-factor that allows kids to push directly down from their hips, which increases the efficiency of each pedal stroke.

Steering limiter

A safety feature preventing the from turning too sharply. This helps in preventing accidental tipping over and builds confidence in young riders as they learn to ride on two wheels.

Chain guard

We use fully enclosed chain guard that not only enhance the bike's appearance but also provide superior protection for children's hands from the chain and excellent dirt protection.



We carefully check our bikes at every step to make sure they're well-made


Our bikes are comfy and look great too, winning awards for their design


Our bikes meet all the rules needed for this type of product in USA


We're sure you'll love our bikes for a long time, so we offer a great warranty

Direct sales

Our direct sales reduce costs, enhance quality control, and improve customer service