Biking Buddy

The Growing Kidzbike is a cycle that literally ‘grows’ as your child grows. We all know that once those training wheels are off, kids tend to shoot up like tall trees. This bicycle takes into consideration the growing years and is there for your baby right from when they are 115cm to 155cm height!

What makes the design interesting is that it grows aesthetically as well. The wheels grow from size 20” to 24” and the front and rear wheel-set are changeable with quick release. The drive and brake mounted on the frame and the three-part Ultramid injection mold frame is lightweight.

Specs include: monolink fork and back swing, small pack size, integrated steering system, slide-able seatpost, implemented computer and lights.

Designer: Matthias Kolb – pulse design

10 Comments

  • Mario says:

    this would be crazy expensive, and then with 2 wheel sets, why?

  • me says:

    Great

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  • Siddharth says:

    Great Design!

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