Kids’ bikes can get expensive, as every parent discovers sooner or later, and there’s no such thing as n+1 with kids. Who wants them to grow out of two or more bikes when it’s hard enough to keep up with the progression from balance bike to 12in, 16in, 20in, 24in…
So that’s why Cyber Monday, love it or hate it, gives you the chance to tee up your child’s next bike and save some money. Don’t wait until the seatpost is past its minimum insert and the saddle-to-bar drop makes them look like a mini-Filippo Ganna – do it now!
We’ve searched the online bike stores and identified what look to us like the best deals in town. If you want to browse the Cyber Monday kids’ bikes deals more generally, just click the quick links below and they’ll take you straight to the kids’ bikes on each of the retailers’ websites.
Underneath the quick links you’ll find some of the deals we think are worthy of spotlight status – big discounts on quality bikes or sometimes just big discounts if you’re looking for a simple bargain.
If you need some kids’ bike buying advice, check out our page with tips for choosing a children’s bike (opens in new tab).
And for other bike deals for grown-ups – let’s not get too selfless as parents – be sure to check out our main Cyber Monday page (opens in new tab), which has an ever-lengthening list of desirable cycling items at some incredible prices.
Quick links to kids’ bikes Cyber Monday deals USA
Quick links to kids’ bikes Cyber Monday deals UK
- Wiggle: Up to 50% off brands including Vitus, Commencal, Kona (opens in new tab)
- Chain Reaction: Big savings on Cube, Nukeproof, Fuji (opens in new tab)
- Evans Cycles: MuddyFox, Pinnacle, Hoy all discounted (opens in new tab)
- Leisure Lakes Bikes: Specialized, Cannondale, Orbea on sale (opens in new tab)
- Amazon: Raleigh, Huffy, Schwinn and some very low prices (opens in new tab)
- Tredz: Discounts on Early Rider, Norco, Forme and more (opens in new tab)
- Decathlon: Super deals on B’Twin kids’ bikes (opens in new tab)
- Cyclestore: Specialized, Cannondale, GT with big chunks off their RRPa (opens in new tab)