Kids Trade-Up Program

Every kid should have a great bike!

When it comes to kids bikes, fit and safety are more important than ever. With an improper fit, children are at risk to lose control.  Low quality bikes are simply not designed to stand up to the wear and tear kids put them through, resulting in an unpredictable and dangerous ride (just think if the brakes on your car worked “Okay, some of the time”).  So how do you keep kids on the right bike without breaking the bank?



Get to know Pedal Moraine’s “Kids Bike Trade-Up” program.

Buy any new kids bike, from 12″ wheel through 24″ wheel, and within two years of the purchase date you may trade it up for the next size. Trade up bikes in working condition** will return up to 50% of the original purchase price as credit toward a new bike*. See a sales associate for complete program details.


* New bike purchase must be towards a larger size, can not trade “down” or replace the same size. 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 bikes purchased from Pedal Moraine in West Bend, WI are eligible to participate in the Trade Up program. Juvenile bikes, sizes 12″ – 24″ are eligible. Sorry, Trek Trikesters, MOD’s, and all BMX bikes are not included in the Trade Up program. 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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