E-bikes for kids & teenagers: the fun way to go further
Although many children start cycling as young as three years old, it can take a few years before they're able to do longer tours with their parents. Luckily, help is at hand: some manufacturers offer e-bikes for younger riders to compensate for this difference in fitness and ability. Thanks to smaller, lighter motors and batteries, younger, less capable cyclists can ride distances and conquer terrain previously thought impossible. Now, frustrated children who could previously not keep up with their parents become enthusiastic cyclists who'll never want to get off their bikes.