With the awesome award-winning Frog MTB 69 kids' mountain bike, 10 to 12-year-old multi-terrain adventurers will be able to hit the trails, pump tracks and streets in style. The lightweight aluminium MTB weighs just 11.4 kg and is equipped with hydraulic disk brakes, air suspension forks, and a 9-speed drivetrain to deliver the ultimate in off-road riding.
The Frog MTB 69 has been awarded the Red Dot Award for high-quality design. Award criteria include innovation, functionality, formal quality, ergonomics, and durability.
The Frog MTB 69 junior mountain bike, which is part of our Push The Limits range, is perfect for kids to make trail riding fun and easy. It’s kitted out with high-spec, age-specific components, designed for ease and comfort to help them build confidence and progress like a pro! They can experience smoother downhill control with the hydraulic disc brakes and impactful suspension forks, and tackle uphill climbs like a champ, thanks to the ultra-lightweight aluminium, child-specific frames.
This agile bike also features an oversized handlebar and stem to reduce flex, giving your little shredder better control. It also features Kenda MTB tyres for maximum grip and comfort in all weather conditions and terrains. And our patented Frog cranks let kids pedal more efficiently, keeping them fast, nimble, and ahead of the game.
Wheel Size: 26"
Custom kids’ mountain bike forks
For young lighter riders, we created custom suspension forks to ensure that our Push the Limits mountain bikes perform perfectly regardless of a rider’s weight.
Why buy a Frog MTB 69?
Get sized for cycling success
The Frog MTB 69 mountain bike is suitable for 10 to 12 years with a recommended inside leg measurement of 63cm-75cm.
One of the biggest temptations is to buy a child's bike that they will grow into. However, this will likely have the opposite effect and put your child off bikes and cycling altogether! Another common mistake is to purchase a budget kids' bike but these models are often as heavy as a child which can lead to frustration at not being able to cycle. That’s why Frog bikes are lightweight and designed to specifically accommodate the anatomy of children.
View our Frog bike sizing guide to discover the best-sized bike for your child or alternatively speak to one of our sales-team about our children’s bike range.
|Product Safety Certification||ISO 4210 and CPSC 1512 (CFR 1512)|
|Bike Weight||11.4 kg (incl pedals)|
|Frame||6061 T6 heat treated, aluminium alloy, seat tube 15" (380mm)|
|Fork||Frog Bikes junior specific 26" air suspension fork with lockout and damping control, 100mm travel|
|Front Hub||KT-SN3F, high performance aluminium disc hub, sealed cartridge bearings, QR, 24 hole, 6 bolt|
|Rear Hub||KT-SN3R, high performance aluminium disc hub, sealed cartridge bearings, QR, 24 hole, 6 bolt|
|Cassette/Free wheel||Sunrace, CSM990 9AX, 9-speed, 11-40t|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Alivio RD-M3100-SGS Shadow 9 Speed Rear Derailleur|
|Rim||Aluminium, 26", double wall, disc-specific|
|Seat Clamp||Aluminium, QR|
|Headset||Neco, 1"1/8 semi-integrated threadless with sealed cartridge bearings, aluminium Frog Bikes top cap|
|Stem||UNO, Aluminium, 1"1/8, 60mm, Oversized 4 bolt clamp|
|Grips/Bar tape||Soft rubber grip with lock ring, 30mm OD|
|Gear Shifter||Shimano Acera SLM3000 Rapidfire Shift 9 Speed Lever|
|Brakes (F&R)||Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, 160/140mm rotor|
|Tires||Kenda K1134, 26"x2.1", MTB, (ETRTO/ISO 53-559)|
|Accessories box||Bell, bike reflectors white/red, wheel reflectors orange/white, frame protector patches|
|Crank set / Chainring||Frog Bikes patented aluminium straight arm cranks with double chain guard, 140mm, steel 32t chainring|
|Bottom Bracket||Thun Shorty-ML-SL; square taper, 68/108/107.5|
|Pedals||Frog Bikes eco-friendly rice husk & plastic composite, w/reflectors, 9/16"|
|Handlebar||UNO, Aluminium Oversized, 600mm|
|Brake Levers||Tektro M276, junior specific, 2 finger hydraulic disc brake|
|Saddle||Frog Bikes junior specific slimline saddle (medium)|
*subject to change.
We are constantly working on improving our bike range, which sometimes results in a component being replaced by a newer/better version. As a consequence, it is possible that some of the bikes of this range have more up to date components than reflected in this table.