Raleigh launches new children’s bikes

Raleigh has introduced new bikes to its Atom, Molli, Chic and Zero children’s ranges.

The collection of bikes has been developed based on consumer research, made up parents of children aged three to 11 years who had either purchased a bike for their child in the last six months or intended to purchase in the next six months.

The Atom range is designed to introduce children to the “wonders of cycling” from an early age and is available in 12 to 16 inch wheels and in green, red and blue.

The Molli range is available in pink, baby pink and purple and features colour coordinated accessories including mudguards, bright wheels and matching heart patterned chain-guards and stabilisers.

The new Raleigh Chic, available in 16 to 24 inch versions, has an aluminium frame and a low profile top tube.

It is designed to help the transition from stabilisers and includes Raleigh’s non-slip pedals, aluminium wheel rims and aluminium V-brakes.

The Zero bike is available in 16 to 24 inch versions has been designed with a top end specification.

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