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Every Kid Deserves A Great Bike

That's why we created our Kids Bicycle Trade Up Program.

Buy a new kids bike (24-inch wheel or less) from Maple Grove Cycling then bring the bike back within 3 years of purchase to trade up and we'll give you a credit of up to 50% of the original purchase price to use towards a bigger bike. Continue to trade up until your child takes home an adult bike.

This program is our way of making sure your kids can have fun on a safe, well-built bicycle that fits properly. We wouldn't have it any other way!

When you buy a kid’s bike from Maple Grove Cycling, you’ll get a bike that was assembled and safety checked by a professional mechanic, and is backed by Trek’s industry-leading support. Our fit experts will make sure your child rolls out the door on a bike that is the perfect size!

Kids' bikes

Check out our full line-up of bikes they’ll love.

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Kids' helmets

The most important accessory for riders of any age.

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Kids’ bike buyer’s guide

A handy guide to everything from training wheels to pedal brakes.

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Fine Print

New bike purchase must be towards a larger size; you cannot trade "down", replace the same size, or purchase a used bike. Original receipt is required. All Trade Up bikes will be subject to an inspection which will determine any necessary repairs and the 50% Trade Up credit will be adjusted accordingly, bikes must also be cosmetically appealing and rust free. Only Trek bikes and other brand name bicycles are eligible to participate in the Trade Up program. Kids bikes, sizes 12" to 24" are eligible. All original accessories must be included (or replaced) prior to Trade Up. 

Working Condition is described as: A safe and functioning bicycle where as tires have no less then 50% of tread remaining and tubes must hold air; overall bike is cosmetically appealing and rust free; no stripped nuts, bolts, or Allen keys; brakes and pads stop bike adequately; drivetrain components are in working order; wheels are true and spokes are in good condition. We reserve the right to refuse any bike we feel has been modified or damaged, mechanically or cosmetically, in such a way that it is no longer fit to ride.

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