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Shop our massive range of various Bikes for sale for kids and adults here at SkateHut. We have a wide selection of Bikes to suit every age and ability. From Wheelie Bikes and Hybrid Bikes for the experienced rider to BMX Bikes for a young budding professional. Browse our different Bike categories including Balance Bikes for Toddlers and Mountain Bikes for seasoned off-road riders. Whatever your cycling needs, we have the right Bike for you.

Shop with confidence knowing that we have stocked all the best and trustworthy brands including GT Bikes, SE Bikes, WeThePeople, Mongoose BMX, Mafia Bikes, Strider and loads more. We also stock some of the newest brands such as Quella Bikes, that provide only the best in Fixie Bikes. Not sure what to buy? Get in touch with our support team for some friendly advice, rest assured, we know our stuff. They can advise on all our categories from Stunt Scooters to Electric Bikes by Forme Bikes.

Interested in building your own BMX Bike? Take advantage of our collection of BMX Parts. We’ve got you covered with everything from BMX Frames, wheels and pedals to Bike Forks, handlebars and seats. We are passionate about extreme sports and understand that our customers want Mountain Bikes that can take their performance to the next level. At SkateHut, we can assure you that our prices are unbeatable. Our price match guarantee guarantees it. Shop with confidence today that you have got the best deal on your Bike. Select one of the categories below to start your search today.


  • How to Measure a Bike Frame?

    To measure a Bike frame, follow these steps:

    1. Stand the Bike upright: Ensure that the Bike is standing upright and is stable. If necessary, lean it against a wall or have someone hold it steady for you.
    2. Measure the seat tube: The seat tube is the vertical tube that runs from the bottom bracket to the top tube. Measure the distance from the centre of the bottom bracket to the top of the seat tube.
    3. Measure the top tube: The top tube is the horizontal tube that runs from the head tube to the seat tube. Measure the distance from the centre of the head tube to the centre of the seat tube.
    4. Determine the frame size: Once you have both measurements, you can determine the frame size by consulting a Bike size chart. The chart will give you the corresponding frame size based on the measurements you have taken.

    Note that different Bike manufacturers may have slightly different sizing conventions, so it's important to consult the manufacturer's size chart for the specific Bike model you're interested in.

  • What Size Bike Do I Need?

    The size of Bike you need depends on your height, inseam, and riding style. Here are some general guidelines to help you choose the right size Bike:

    1. Measure your inseam: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and measure the distance from the ground to your crotch. This is your inseam measurement.
    2. Determine your Bike type: Different types of Bikes have different sizing conventions. For example, road bikes tend to have a more aggressive riding position, while comfort Bikes have a more upright riding position.
    3. Use a Bike size chart: Bike manufacturers usually provide size charts that recommend frame sizes based on your height and inseam. Look up the size chart for the type of Bike you're interested in and find the recommended frame size that matches your measurements.
    4. Test ride the Bike: Whether its a Mountain Bike or a BMX Bike, once you have a recommended frame size, test ride the Bike to make sure it feels comfortable and fits you well. Adjust the saddle and handlebars as needed to get the best fit.

    Keep in mind that these are general guidelines, and you may need to make some adjustments to get the perfect fit. A Bike that is too small or too large can cause discomfort and affect your riding performance, so take the time to find the right size for you.

  • Is a Cheap Bike OK?

    Whether a cheap bike is okay depends on your specific needs, intended use, and expectations. Cheap bikes in a bike sale can serve their purpose for certain individuals and scenarios, but there are also some drawbacks to consider. Here are some factors to keep in mind:

    1. Quality and Durability: Generally, cheaper bikes may use lower-quality materials and components, which can affect the bike's durability and performance over time. Components might wear out faster, and the overall build may not be as robust as more expensive alternatives.

    2. Intended Use: If you plan to use the bike occasionally for light rides around the neighbourhood or as a basic means of transportation, a cheap bike might be sufficient. However, if you intend to ride regularly, do tricks, or engage in more demanding activities like BMX freestyle or off-road riding, investing in a higher-quality bike is usually a better idea.

    3. Safety: Some cheap bikes might not meet the same safety standards as more expensive ones. Components like brakes, tires, and frames may be less reliable, which can pose safety risks, especially during fast or intense riding.

    4. Comfort and Performance: Cheaper bikes may not offer the same level of comfort and performance as more expensive models. They might not have features like adjustable handlebars or suspension, which can affect your overall riding experience.

    5. Long-term Cost: While cheap bikes have a lower upfront cost, they may end up costing you more in the long run due to frequent repairs, replacements, or the need to upgrade to a better bike eventually.

    If you are on a tight budget or are uncertain about how much you'll use the bike, a cheap bike could be a reasonable starting point. However, if you plan to ride regularly, invest more time in cycling, or participate in more demanding activities, it's often worth spending a bit more to get a bike with better quality and features. Or keep up to date for the best bike sale here at SkateHut.