Most “ladies” bikes are now manufactured in a unisex frame which has the bar a little higher than a standard ladies frame and is considered respectable for both men and women alike. Men who have a problem throwing a leg over the high bar of a men’s frame bike (from knee or back surgery, etc.) would find a unisex frame easier to mount, and men who are less than 5’5″ tall might also want the 17″ frame rather than the standard 19″ men’s frame.
- 14″ frame (26″ wheel)- this unisex single-speed is a smaller adult style “traditional ladies” frame
4′ feet (120cm) and 5′ feet (150cm) in height.
- 17″ frame (26″ wheel) – our standard-sized Unisex “traditional ladies” frame for riders
5′ feet (150cm) to 5”6″ (170cm) in height.
Here’s a “child’s portion” of a bike that can be attached to any adult bike (except bikes with trailers, baby-seats, 15″ bikes, or racks on the back, and we do not attach them to tandems) to create an adult/child tandem. It has a freewheel which means that the adult controls the speed and braking, and the child does not have to pedal if they get tired. This is a good option for kids currently using training wheels (up to age 8). The Trail-A-Bike enables young riders to travel farther, and it’s safer because the adult controls the steering and braking. Product image is for illustration only. The actual product may vary slightly.
Trail-A-Bikes can only be fitted onsite at Billy’s Rentals. We suggest you rent a combo bike and Trail-A-Bike from Billy’s Rentals.