For the kid who has everything? Hostile Titanium Balance Bike

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News just in of a “toddler specific geometry” titanium balance bike from Sheffield based Hostile Bicycles. If your kid needs the best of the best in balance bikes this might just fill that niche you’re seeking.

Over to Hostile for the details…

Junior bling
Junior bling

Hostile Bicycles is an up and coming premium bike frame company based in Sheffield, UK.  Set up by a keen cyclist and experienced product design engineer we have been designing, developing and testing a range of 3AL\2.5V titanium bicycle frames over the last few years. We strongly believe that titanium is the best material for rigid bicycle frames in nearly every aspect.

Hostile Bicycles set out to develop the best toddlers’ balance bike in the world, and we think we may have done it. To our knowledge the Hostile Balance bike is the only 3AL\2.5V titanium balance bike in the world.

Baby braaaper
Baby braaap-er

The Hostile Balance bike has been designed and built to the highest possible standards. The frame and forks are hand welded 3AL / 2.5V titanium with a brushed finish and matt vinyl decals. The toddler specific geometry has a super low stand over height for little legs and a high front end for stability and confidence. The bike is kitted out with a rear hydraulic disc brake with a custom 120mm rotor and calliper mount for all weather braking even with little hands. The bike also features titanium bolts and fixings, carbon fibre headset spacers, a sealed bearing headset, Shimano hubs and off- road tyres.

Toddler shore
Toddler shore

More info at www.hostilebicycles.co.uk

Comments (5)

    That disc rotor will chop little fingers off…no thanks

    No mention of price. Is it a case of “if you have to ask……”

    That disc rotor will chop little fingers off…no thanks[/]

    ….as will spokes

    Health and Safety Norman…
    Health….. and…… safety.

    I’ll never forget a documentary about some Inuit people who had their toddler shelling muscles with a knife as long as his leg.

    Guessing the ‘bike for life’ mantra doesn’t apply to this particular Ti frame?

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