We had an amazing time for our 3rd year in a row attending one of Richmond's coolest events, the Makerfest. We had lots and lots of children try out our test track and had so many comments about how cool, lightweight, and we designed our bikes were. Thank you to all the volunteers and everyone who attended to make this year awesome!
Wow how time fly's...Reddi's are now back in stock, thank you to all who patiently waited and pre-ordered a Reddi, your awesome!!!!
We're happy to say that our Reddi's will be available early fall! Thank you to everyone who pre-ordered them, your awesome!
We're happy to say that all our bikes are now back in stock! Thank you to all of you who pre-ordered a bike!
This is where we'll be this year, come out and ride with us!
May 5-6 - Bike Expo New York, Manhattan, NY
June 23-28 - Bike Virginia Tour, Lexington, VA
August 18-20 - Outerbike, Crested Butte, CO
August 24-27 - Hotter Than Hell 100, Wichita Falls, TX
October 13-15 - Go Outside Festival, Roanoke, VA
November 4-5 - Philly Bike Expo, Philadelphia, PA
When thinking about bike sizes it's often difficult to know just how the bike will fit. What we've found is that the inseam measurement is possibly one of the best determining factor in getting the correct fit.
A good rule of thumb for little one's just starting out or if they are a tad timid is to have their feet flat on the ground while seated on the saddle. This translates to a saddle height that matches their inseam. However, if your little one is already riding and shows confidence then having the seat height about 2-2.5" above their inseam may be a better fit and will allow them to grow into the bike a bit longer.
Please check out the chart below for a good way to measure the inseam properly.