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Vintage kids’ bike designed with a timeless Scandi look and unique rosewood pedals.
It has a lightweight navy-blue alloy frame and cream colored 16” tires.
The saddle and handlebar are height adjustable which leaves room to grow with your child.
This retro kids’ biker is equipped with safety bell, back-pedal brake, hand break and detachable training wheels.
Saddle and grips are made of vegan leather. This blue kids cycle also comes with a detachable wicker basket to bring along your little one’s favorite things for a day’s adventure.
Don't forget the helmet in assorted colors available!
- Lightweight alloy frame
- Back pedal break
- Front adjustable caliper brake lever suitable for children's hands
- Banwood rosewood Vintage pedal
- Extra PVC pedal in white
- Detachable front wicker basket included
- Training Wheels
- Kick Stand
- Cream colored 16” tires
- Suggested age from 4 to 7 years
- Weight: 17,4 Lbs
- Banwood brown faux leather saddle and grips in matching colour
- Wheel reflectors & back reflectors
- Mudguards and chainguards
- Singelspeed gears
- Adjustable saddle
- Minimum seat height and maximum seat height: 46 cm – 57 cm (18,1” – 22,4”)
- Adjustable handlebar: 63 - 69 cm (25,9” - 28,3”)
Banwood create contemporary designs with a touch of mid-century charm. Influenced by Scandinavian design, the keywords throughout the creative process are simplicity, minimalism and functionality.
The Bicycle for Kids are designed in rustic and durable high- end materials. The frame is made of steel and the handlebar of aluminium. The saddle and grips are made of high end faux leather, a material suitable for all round weathers and easy to wipe off. Detachable wicker basket in rattan for packing the essentials in for a day’s adventure.
The founders Juan Manuel Torralvo Castro and Frida Jonsby met in Germany, the home of quality and safeness, where they discovered that Frida’s eye for design and Juan’s family history of manufacturing made a great match.The idea of Banwood occurred from a mutual interest in bikes and the idea of how to implement that into something different.