Sprout C 20
Sprout C Model Size Guide
Find Your Size
A bike that fits properly is more fun to ride. The guides below offer size suggestion based on height in inches. If you have measuring tape, you may also determine your size by measuring your leg length plus one inch, which is your stand over measurement. For all bikes, we recommend at least 1 inch of space between you and the top tube of the bike. For children’s bikes, smaller bikes are always easier for beginners.
|Sprout C 16", C 20"|
|Frame Size||Rider Age||Effective TT||Saddle Adjustment|
|Small/Medium (16") - 240mm||5-8||400mm||20"-26"|
|Medium/Large (20") - 260mm||7-10||450mm||23"-29"|
*Please note: some riders may be a little outside of these height range recommendations but prefer the feel of a larger or smaller bike. Stand over height measurement is not as important as how the bike geometry feels while it is being ridden.
The PUBLIC Sprout is our incredibly fun new kids bike for city kids ready to hit the road on their first big kid bicycle. Just like our best-selling PUBLIC C model, the Sprout C 20 features a curving step-through Dutch bike design, with a low standover height to make getting on and off a breeze, and a relaxed, upright riding position
Parents love the simple, stylish, durable design, with no cables to get tangled, and real quality bike parts that are safer and longer lasting that anything you'll find in the toy store. We designed these bikes with our own kids in mind, with dependable construction to last through lots of rough and tumble and hand-me-downs. Naturally we included all the great features of grown-up PUBLIC bikes, like the matching fenders and chainguard, and comfortable brown vinyl seat and grips. The single-speed rust-resistant chain and quality coaster brake are the simplest to learn, don't need much maintenance, and make stopping just as fun as going.
For kids who haven't already learned on a balance bike, we recommend teaching balancing first by leaving the pedals off and the seat low. Then after balance is mastered, add the pedals and raise the seat to start riding with confidence. The 20" size can accommodate training wheels (not included) and comes with a kickstand for easy parking on the playground.
You'll receive a partially assembled bike delivered to your door with simple instructions and tools to complete the finishing steps. And our "Love at First Ride" Guarantee means your little one will get the bike they love, no matter what.
|Frame:||PUBLIC hi-tensile steel, with fender braze-ons|
|Fork:||PUBLIC hi-tensile steel unicrown fork, with fender braze-ons|
|Chaingaurd:||Painted to match chainguard, steel|
|Fenders:||Painted to match, steel|
|Kickstand:||Alloy center mount|
|Saddle:||PUBLIC kids seat, memory foam|
|Grips:||PUBLIC narrow kids grips, vinyl|
|Stem:||Alloy quill stem|
|Headset:||1" threaded, steel|
|Pedals:||Resin composite with reflector, 9/16", 100*100mm|
|Handlebar:||Steel riser handlebar, 500mm (16”) / 520mm (20”) wide,
|Seat Post:||Alloy polished silver, 25.4mm|
|Crank:||Alloy 3-piece crankset, 32T (16”) / 34T (20”) chainring|
|Freewheel:||20T single speed freewheel, 1/2" x 1/8"|
|Brakes||Rear coaster brake|
|Tires:||16" x 1.95" / 20" x 1.95”, sidewalk tread. cream|
|Rims:||Painted to match, alloy|
|Spokes:||14G Stainless steel|
|Training Wheels:||Included with 16” models ONLY|
|Weight:||19.25 lbs (16”) / 23.5 lbs (20”)|
This product conforms to the safety requirements of CPSIA 2008 and CPSC 1303, 16 and CFR 1512.
Adult supervision is required at all times. Never leave a child unattended while riding.
Always wear a helmet. Some states require riders under 18 to wear a helmet. Please check your local laws.
Not suitable for children under 36 months old due to small parts choking hazard.