So, your little boy is now interested in getting a bike. There are so many styles, colors and designs to choose from. If that's not complicated enough, let us identify some important considerations when choosing bikes for our little boys and how these aspects can actually help them in the long run.Price pointsFor little boys, as much as possible, we want to give them the best quality possible. If you had your way, you might want to go for a branded bike. That is fine. They are costly but you know that they are well designed and are durable. However, do not forget that there are some lower priced biked there as well and they are as much as functional as you would expect from a branded one. There are two reasons for you to consider when it comes to price points. First, branded boy's bicycles are hot toys and they are easily subject to theft. We have heard of news of people stealing bikes even from little kids. Second, they will surely outgrow these bikes so in the long run; you can get more savings if you start with a cheap bike. After a couple of years they will definitely outgrow them.Height and weightYou should never buy bikes that are too high for the kid and just wait for them to grow on them. These are not clothes. Even big shoes can trip a little child. That being said, it is very unsafe to just buy a bike that is too big. They will easily fall and it is harder for them to manage their balance, speed and control when doing curves. Also, a bike that is big normally is heavier. If you let a small child ride and the bike fell on them that would mean injuries. Also, the proper bike size allows the child to develop the skills more instead of letting them fall again and again. Do not teach them to fail all the time. Get a bike that can be used to test their skills and capacity.Look at the components of the bikeAre the brakes as important for a small child? Well, in some cases, they are not. Making them learn complex things all together can be daunting and inhibits the learning processes of the kid. Let them focus on one or two aspects such as balance and speed before moving on to teaching them how to utilize brakes. They way you buy your bike shows how you wish to train them. If you want to let them learn by themselves then a regular bike might be fine. However, for a parent who wants their kid to really excel in what they do, then you have to be there for them as they put their best effort while letting them do these things on their own and later on, move to a whole new level in their cycling activities.