LittleBig Bikes successful in the Red Dot Award 2015

LittleBig balance bike and pedal bike receives Red Dot Award 2015

The LittleBig 3-in-1 children’s bike was chosen by a 38 member international jury for the “Red Dot award: Product Design Honourable Mention 2015″. Celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, the Red Dot design competition is the most distinguished in the world and recognises the outstanding design of the best products in the industry.

The LittleBig growing children’s bike was among 4,928 entries from 1,636 companies in 56 countries worldwide. Only designs that displayed a well thought-out design solution and innovative power were given an award.

An Honourable Mention is awarded by the Red Dot jury members to a particularly well-executed aspect of design work.

The 38 member international jury including Malaysian-born star designer Jimmy Choo and German product design icon Professor Werner Aisslinger worked together to rate each individual product according to functionality, durability, degree of innovation, formal quality and ecological compatibility.

The LittleBig will be displayed before the international public at the Norman Foster designed Red Dot museum in Essen, Germany. LittleBig Bikes are privileged to be recognised for this prestigious award. More information on the Red Dot website.

 About the LittleBig

Designed in Ireland, the LittleBig is a unique 3-in-1 bike that grows with your child. From a little to big balance bike into a pedal bike, LittleBig adapts to suit your growing child’s needs. It’s a fun and easy way to get your child started on two wheels.

LittleBig bikes are available from our shop with free delivery within the UK and Ireland but we can also deliver worldwide.

Round the world cyclist, mountain bike racer, engineer and all round bike geek, Simon Evans clearly loves all things BIKE.

Simon worked as a Structural Engineer in Cambridge for a number of years before setting off on an 18 month, 30,000km cycle around the world, testing his bike, body and mind to the limit and giving a wealth of wonderful experiences.

Coming home in 2010, he wanted to combine his engineering with his love of bikes to create a better and more sustainable bike for kids. In 2015 he launched LittleBig bikes which have now been sold to 77 countries around the world giving thousands of kids the best start on two wheels.

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