Our bikes were selected with a lot of thought and care.

We know all about the importance of having high quality, well-built and lightweight bikes for children.

For those interested in the technical details, each product page has a technical specifications extract - for those who don't know the difference between steel, the alloy or carbon fibre, we hope to blog about this in future.

For now, it's important to note that steel is heavy, carbon fibre is ultra lightweight (what the pros use) and alloy is what is used in the Frog range. An alloy is a mixture of a metal and another material. Put simply, an alloy is a lot lighter than steel, but not quite what they'd use for pro racing. 

However, you don't just need to take our word for it. Read some of the reviews below and if you have any questions at all, just click the chat bubble in the corner of the screen, and we'll be with you in a moment.

Frog bike reviews (click to read)


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