Meet Xiaomi Qicycle, the 87$ bicycle your kid already loves


Xiaomi unveiled earlier today its newest crowdfunding product and this time, it’s just for kids! Meet Xiaomi Qicycle, a children bicycle by Riding (Xiamen) Technology Co., Ltd, the same company that built the Xiaomi Qicycle foldable electric bicycle launched last year.

xiaomi qicycle

This is a kids-only version and comes with a child-friendly design that boasts safety for youngsters. It comes with a highly ergonomic design, total lack of sharp edges, along with a soft seat and a body with protective cover made from foam.

The Xiaomi Qicycle comes in two variants: one with pedals and one without for even younger kids. The latter should be used first in order to help children during development, learning them how to walk and when this happens, you can install the pedals for older kids. As you can assume, the pedals can be used or not, depending on the age of your child along with the chain that is always well protected to avoid getting in contact with the child’s body. 

The Qicycle is available through the Mi Home for $599 Yuan ($87) and will be ready for shipping after June 9. It looks awesome, don’t you think?

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10 Comments

  1. agunrunner
    May 2, 2017

    Seems expensive for kids bike

    • yalok
      May 2, 2017

      In my country, a kids bike costs 10 times more.
      I think that’s pretty cheap. Need to see how durable it is though.

      • agunrunner
        May 5, 2017

        about $37 in americafor kids bike all coming from china

        • yalok
          May 8, 2017

          Well, it also depends from materials used (metal vs plastic) and build quality. One can always find a cheaper or more expensive option..

  2. agunrunner
    May 2, 2017

    Seems expensive for kids bike

    • yalok
      May 3, 2017

      In my country, a kids bike costs 10 times more.
      I think that’s pretty cheap. Need to see how durable it is though.

    • agunrunner
      May 5, 2017

      about $37 in americafor kids bike all coming from china

    • yalok
      May 8, 2017

      Well, it also depends from materials used (metal vs plastic) and build quality. One can always find a cheaper or more expensive option..

  3. Josef Izchaki
    May 3, 2017

    Price seems right, But why would xiaomi make a “non smart” item?

  4. Josef Izchaki
    May 3, 2017

    Price seems right, But why would xiaomi make a “non smart” item?