When you buy a kids’ bike with us, you can bring it back within three years and get up to 50% of the bike’s original purchase price in credit toward the purchase of a new one. One of the best parts of our kids trade-up program is that we donate the older bikes to local charities when you upgrade. That way your little one has a fun, comfortable, safe ride that fits, and so does someone else.
What's the right size bike for my child?
Kids’ bikes range in wheel size from 12-26˝. For simplicity’s sake, it’s easy to think about your child’s age when determining which size is best for them. Though the guidelines below can help you determine the right fit for your child.
Our 12” wheeled bikes are just what they need to get started on two wheels.
16” wheels and training wheels if they need them will get them where they need to go.
Whether they’re ready for gears or not, our 20” wheel bikes have them covered.
24” and 26” wheels to handle race day or every day.
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Swap out your bike
- Department store bikes, tandems, adult trikes and recumbents do not qualify.
- If your bike is not in the database, or is an eBike, it can still be valued and the custom quote process takes 2 business days.
- Must be model year 2000 or newer.
- Final trade-in value subject to in-store evaluation.
- 26″ wheel mountain bikes will result in a lower trade-in value.
- Your bike should be clean, functioning, and in sellable condition.
- If your bike needs major service and/or major parts, you will need to pay for the needed items and have the work done before we can take your bike as a trade. Any of our stores can coordinate this process for you.
- The serial number must be clearly visible and not be defaced or destroyed.
what to bring
- A valid US issued driver’s license, state ID, or Passport.
- Any chargers, manuals, and/or accessories that go with the bike.
- Receipts for any upgrades made to the bike.
- We log your valid driver’s license number as I.D.
- We log the bike’s serial number.
- We have you sign a statement that says the bike is yours to sell.