Kids’ bike brand, Frog Bikes, is teaming up with BBC Children in Need to launch a limited edition spotty Frog Bike to help raise funds for the charity.
The spotty bike, featuring the Pudsey Bear logo on its head tube, will be available in the firm’s full range of sizes. Frog Bikes will donate £25 to charity for every limited edition bike sold.
The bike company hopes that with the addition of Pudsey’s recognisable spot’s to its range, the limited edition bikes will make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children across the UK.
Shelley Lawson, founder of Frog Bikes, said: "We were delighted when the BBC approached us to create a special range of bikes for Children in Need.
"Our shoe philosophy is about making cycling easier and more accessible for all children, and we love to see kids enjoying themselves on their bikes.
"Now parents can choose a bike that will put a smile on their own kids’ faces, as well as benefiting some of the more disadvantaged kids in the UK."
Frog Bike’s starter model is the Tadpole balance bike, weighing 4kg and is aimed to introduce young children to cycling.
Familiar names in the biking industry such as Shimano and Tektro feature across the range with specially adapted parts including easy twist gears and slim-grip brakes.