This listing is for the October delivery of Banwood bikes. They are selling fast and are likely to be the last delivery before Christmas.
Your mini-me cyclist will be the most stylish cruiser on the block with the Banwood Classic Bike.
Inspired by vintage bicycles for adults and influenced by Scandinavian design, the Banwood Classic Bicycle features a lightweight alloy frame in a white finish. Your mini-me cyclist will be the coolest kid on the block with this bike sporting Banwood’s matching brown vegan leather saddle and grips, Banwood’s unique rosewood vintage pedal, cream 16” tires, and a detachable wicker basket in rattan – perfect for packing in the essentials (think lunch, water bottle, and favourite toy!) for aday’s adventure.
Plus all the premium bicycle trimmings – kickstand, training wheels, security wheel breaks, adjustable handlebar and saddle, bell, wheel reflectors, back reflectors, and single speed gears.
Ride on 🤟🏻
• Lightweight alloy frame in white finish
• Backpedal brake /security wheel brake
• Front adjustable caliper brake lever suitable for children's hands
• Banwood rosewood Vintage pedal
• Security wheels brake
• Front wicker basket
• Training Wheels
• Kick Stand
• Cream 16” tires
• Suggested age from 4-7 years
• Weight: 7,9 kg
• Banwood brown faux leather saddle and grips in matching colour
• Wheel reflectors & Back reflectors
• Mudguards and chainguards
• Singelspeed gears
• Adjustable saddle
• Minimum seat height and maximum seat height: 46cm – 57 cm
• Extra PVC pedal
Adjustable handlebar: 66 - 72 cm
Banwood Bikes are dropshipped directly from Banwood Australias distribution centre.
Where are the Made?
Created in Germany as the result of a perfect marriage between Frida's eye for design and Juan's family history of manufacturing, Banwood continues to create high-end cycling products for children.
Banwood is a family-owned lifestyle brand with a passion for creating high-end cycling products for children. Our core values lie in safety, high quality, and timeless design.
The founders Juan Manuel Torralvo Castro and Frida Jonsby met in Germany, the home of quality and safeness, where they discovered that Frida’s eye for design and Juan’s family history of manufacturing made a great match.
The idea of Banwood occurred from a mutual interest in bikes and the idea of how to implement that into something different.