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ORIGINAL

woom ORIGINAL bikes are innovative balance and pedal bikes for kids that grow with the rider as they improve upon their technique. Learning to ride a bike and perfecting those bike-handling skills couldn't be easier, safer or more intuitive. Who knew riding a bike could be so much fun?
woom 1
woom 1
12″  •  6.6 lbs
1,5 - 3,5 years  •  31″ - 40″
woom 1 PLUS
woom 1 PLUS
14″  •  9.5 lbs
3 - 4,5 years  •  37″ - 43″
woom 2
woom 2
14″  •  11.2 lbs
3 - 4,5 years  •  37″ - 43″
woom 3
woom 3
16″  •  11.7 lbs
4 - 6 years  •  41″ - 47″
woom 4
woom 4
20″  •  16.1 lbs
6 - 8 years  •  45″ - 51″
woom 5
woom 5
24″  •  18.1 lbs
7 - 11 years  •  49″ - 57″
woom 6
woom 6
26″  •  20.1 lbs
10 - 14 years  •  55″ - 65″
  • Brakes

    Kids immediately recognise the important rear brake thanks to the eye-catching green brake lever. This colour code system prevents them from mixing up the brakes and thus increases their safety. The specially designed brake lever is easy to pull with small hands and requires little strength to bring the bike to a safe halt. This, combined with the ergonomically designed grips, makes the process of stopping child's play.

  • woom frame

    The superlight aluminium frame is the heart of the bike and ensures a fun and safe riding experience. Thanks to its cleverly designed age-specific geometry, the motto of this bike is: superlight = superfun!

  • woom crank

    The crank length and distance between the pedals are ergonomically adapted to fit children's bodies. This results in an optimum stance and very natural movements. Pedalling? A piece of cake!

  • woom steering limiter

    The woom steering limiter is an important safety feature developed by us. It prevents the handlebars from overturning, helps children ride straight and therefore reduces the risk of accidents. Available on sizes 1, 1 PLUS, 2 and 3

  • woom saddle

    The saddle is one of the most important points of contact between the child and the bike. It significantly affects the feeling when riding. That is why we have designed our saddle to fit the pelvis of children and give them an upright riding position. Perfect for a unique riding experience!

  • woom stem

    Our stem is the safe and lightweight connection between the handlebars and the headset. It has no protruding bolts for children to hit their knees on, making it truly "knee-friendly".

  • woom low-resistance tires

    Tires have a major influence on how a bike rides. That is why for our bikes we have chosen tires that can be used for a broad variety of terrain. Whether you child is riding on tarmac, gravel or dirt, our lightweight tyres will ensure maximum grip in any weather and on any surface, whether your child is riding straight or making turns.

  • woom wheels

    To roll smoothly and quickly, a bike needs good wheels. And that is exactly what we have given our bikes! It is their individual components that make the woom wheels so unique: from the smooth-rolling hubs to the high-quality stainless spokes and our exclusive SOOPA DOOPA HOOPS rims.

  • Quick-release seatpost clamp

    The quick-release seatpost clamp offers a simple, quick and tool-free way to adjust the saddle height. It's even easy enough to be operated by children. On your pedals, ready, go! Available on sizes 3, 4, 5 and 6

  • "My first introduction to woom was a bike for my daughter Surya. It was an ideal start into the world of two wheels."
    Timo Pritzel
    Timo Pritzel Pro Mountain Biker A Freeride Legend timopritzel.com
  • "The first bike for my son was a woom Bike. So was his 2nd bike... you can guess what his 3rd will be!"
    Andy Schleck
    Andy Schleck Winner of the Tour de France 2010 andyschleckcycles.lu
  • "These bicycles are developed to help children's confidence. The low weight and the components are just for little ones! My daughter Mia is flying with her bike!"
    Ian Ziering
    Ian Ziering Actor and Father of Two Daughters theianzieringfamily
  • "My daughters ride these bikes because of the immense difference the weight makes. It's great to see how easy and intuitive they learn to ride using these bicycles."
    Daniela Gaigg
    Daniela Gaigg Blogger, The Little Messenger diekleinebotin.at