Sprog on a Frog! Find out how our 7 year old reviewer gets on with the Frog 55
The Frog 43 is the smallest pedal bike in the Frog Pond. How will our young testers get on putting it through its paces?
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The Frog Road 58 is a rare kids bike – a drop handlebar 20″ bike for ages 6 – 7 years. Will it meet the expectations of our reviewer?
Our 9 year old tester puts the Frog 67 Road bike through its paces
Perhaps the best accolade that a cycling accessory designed for kids can have is that it doesn’t reach the kids but gets used by the parents instead. Cue the Team Sky kids saddle bag, made by Frog Bikes that arrived for review in the post recently. Over the years I’ve had a few different saddle bags, from huge…
It’s rare to find Frog Bikes reduced, but I’ve been trying to find where are the best places to buy a Frog Bike this month
The Frog 78 is the largest of Frog’s three 26″ wheel bikes, and is an all round bike suitable for children (or smaller adults!) with a minimum inside leg of 78cm.
The handlebars can be adjusted within a 54mm range and there’s a quick release seat post that makes adjusting the saddle height easy to do. Your kid should hopefully therefore get a decent amount of time on this bike, but some kids do grow very rapidly at this age.
It’s comforting therefore to know the Frog Bikes really hold their value, so if you keep it well maintained you should be able to sell it on to fund the next bike.