2022 PARK 16 Pedal Bike


16″ air filled tires. Quick release seat post. Easy-squeeze front and rear hand brakes. Lightweight frame and components. 3-piece crank. Wide, stable handlebars. Proper geometry and gearing to get your kid moving efficiently on their next bike.

UPDATE: 2022 PARK 16 bikes are sold out. See the new PARK 16 here:

  • Aviator Grey
  • Jet Black
  • Quicksand
  • True Blue
  • Intense Pink
  • Minty Fresh
SKU: PK011-16 Categories: , Tag:

The PARK 16 Pedal Bike is a great option for kids wanting to get outside on two wheels. It is designed to be capable in a variety of environments, including both smooth city sidewalks and rough off-road trails.

Age Range

4 – 6



Brake Levers


Wheel Size



Aluminum, lightweight




Neco Semi-integrated


Minimum Seat Height 18.5″
Maximum Seat Height 24″
Seat Post Length 200 mm
Seat Post Diameter 27.2 mm
Handlebar Width 520 mm
Handlebar Rise 60 mm
Handlebar Diameter 22.2 mm
Cassette 12T freewheel
Crankset 3-pc crank, 25T chainring
Crank Arm Length Alloy, 114 mm
Pedal Thread 9/16″
Tire Size 16 x 2.125″
Weight 16.5 lbs (includes seat and pedals)


PARK Pedal Bike Geometry

WB – Wheelbase 738 mm
FC – Front Center 442 mm
RC – Rear Center 296 mm
TTL – Top Tube Length (effective) 400 mm
Reach 275 mm
Stack 359 mm
HTA – Head Tube Angle 69.0 °
HTL – Head Tube Length 100 mm
FL – Fork Length 294 mm
STA – Seat Tube Angle 70.0 °
STL – Seat Tube Length 200 mm
BB – Bottom Bracket Rise (Drop) 10 mm


Visit the support page for videos and tips on setup, assembly, and adjustment of the PARK 16 Pedal Bike.



2020 PARK 16 Reviews:

  1. Jeff Alpert

    16X is a great value bike with hand brakes, especially vs. most other 16" models. Our daughter loves it. Two major issues with it. 1) Assembly. Is the idea you're supposed to take the box straight to a local bike shop for assembly? I am an amateur bike mechanic who races road and mountain, so I have a good bit of knowledge. I set it up myself, but this bike was NOT ready to go out of the box. Brakes were not adjusted properly, some fasteners were not torqued, etc. There were no instructions in the box. Someone will less experience would really need to take this to a shop. 2) Brakes and hubs on the 16X. I think the hubs or dropouts aren't perfectly square, or the hub:brake interface isn't quite true, but the brake rotors have needed significant truing and still have some drag. I may need to add a spacer onto the axle as well. Getting the combination of a) no/little brake drag, and b) enough lever throw to stop the bike, has been a knife-edge process. All in all this is a great bike! But setup by a consumer would be a major issue, particularly around the disc brakes.
  2. Paul Persic

    These bikes are excellent. We got two of them last summer for our then 5.5 year old twin boys. They’re still on them this summer and they’ve held up exceptionally well. The build quality and components are unparalleled at this price point and ordering directly from Park was simple and straightforward. If they had a 20 inch model I’d be eyeing that up for when they’ve outgrown these. Highly recommended.
  3. Jamie

    We got a bike for our daughter and it's amazing. Design and look is awesome. Our daughter loves it and it's the bike she learned to ride without training wheels. Thanks for the bike!!

Size Chart

Recommended Sizing:  

You may also like…