Your child has already mastered balancing, braking, pedaling, and shifting gears, so what’s next for your kiddo? Once there are no more gears, pedals, or shifters to add to the design, your Rider’s increased comfort on the saddle will change how they view their bicycle. This leads to them becoming a more confident Rider with a stronger sense of independence. Their bike – once just a toy – transforms into a vehicle of freedom and mobility.
The woom 5 and the woom 6 may appear similar to a woom 4, but a variety of subtle changes in the design make these models ideal for bigger kids. You probably noticed the larger frames and the bigger wheels, but how about the new colors? Along with the classic woom red, the woom 5 and woom 6 also come in mint green, midnight blue, and moon grey. As kids get older, personal style matters more.
Also, kids grow quickly, so when they become too tall for their previous bike, it’s important to have them on one that fits well. Children approaching 49” tall are prime candidates for the woom 5, and once they reach 55” they can consider upgrading to woom 6.