Republic Bike’s Kids Cargo Bike is THE coolest ride for pint-sized commuters


Kids can roll back to school and all over the neighborhood in style on the amazing kids cargo bike from Republic Bike. Easily the sleekest bike for little ones we’ve ever seen, adventure calls and playtime abounds once kids are astride this classically designed ride inspired by three-wheeled cargo bikes. While you may have spied (and coveted) the adult-sized version of this inverted tricycle on European streets, Republic Bike has “shrink-rayed” the design to offer a hip and practical alternative to the typical starter bike.

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Whether your kiddo uses the cargo bike‘s front wooden crate to tote books and a waste-free lunch to kindergarten, or for transporting their favorite set of blocks, portable dollhouse or stuffed animal up the street to a friend’s house, one thing’s for certain: these wheels will be turning heads with every pedal while also putting your tot on the road to a green commuting lifestyle.

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Recommended for children ages 4-6 years-old, pedal to saddle the cargo bike measures 19-24 inches. Rear wheels measure 16 inches and front wheels measure 12 inches. The cargo box is 12 inches by 16 inches and can hold up to ten pounds. Available in an array of glossy, eye-popping colors including: sour apple, orange, magenta, navy blue, and putty.

+ Kids Cargo Bike $349

+ Republic Bike

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