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Is there any way to know how much length diff or gap should be there in the heights of the handle bar and seat because obviouslymy child seems to have problem riding the bike for long and I am not able to find the cause for the discomfort.

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Always have the right size for the child to ride. It is very dangerous to give them a bike too big, you do not buy big shoes so do not try to save money that way. The seat height is gauged by the leg length, he should be able to get off easily, handlebars are according to personal preference and comfort. We sell 5000+ bicycles a year at our bike store and we size them to the person, do you know there are 24 different frame sizes in a 26" bike? Huffy makes one size in the ladies bike, it is a 19" frame, kind of a one size fits all, it does not work that way, not all size 10 clothes are the same length same with bikes. I say buy the child the right size and do not risk injury or death with the wrong size. Also, a helmet is a must, you don't recover from a brain injury. Remember, a broken arm mends, brains don't.

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