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Adjustable Kids Bike Grows With Its Rider [Pics]

Adjustable Kids Bike Grows With Its Rider [Pics]
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New range of bicycles continue to fit your child as they get older, making them more sustainable and economical.

Emma Hutchings
  • 10 february 2012

The Spanish bike manufacturer Orbea has just launched Grow bikes, a range of children’s bicycles that can be adjusted and made bigger as your kid grows, lasting twice as long as a regular bike.

These lightweight aluminum bicycles have adjustable seats, handlebars and a frame that grows in length. They are more sustainable, economical and less wasteful as kids don’t grow too big for them as quickly. The Grow O for ages 1.5 to 4 is available for 179€ ($237), Grow 1 for ages 2.5 to 5 is 239€ ($316) and Grow 2 for ages 4 to 9 costs 249€ ($330). Click through to see pictures of the Grow bikes:

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