The bicycle is a much loved mode of transport for kids to get out and about their neighborhood. Bike’s are a great way to encourage kids off the screens and outside in the fresh air. If you have a primary aged school kid, a Bicyle Party may be a great theme to use for their next party celebration. We’ve sourced some vintage and modern bicycle party ideas to get you thinking about how to pull of a wheelie awesome Birthday party.

Bicycle party Ideas

Starting with the invitation, simple wording like “Ride On By” is a great way to introduce the party theme to guests.

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Invite kids to bring their bikes to the party. Use a blackboard and make a sign for “Bike Parking”.

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A milk and cereal bar is an inexpensive way to cater for the party. Choose cereals the kids wouldn’t normally eat like Cocoa-Pops and Fruit Loops to keep the kids excited about the food options.

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Choose a colour theme that is based on the bike signs in your country. For Australia the sign is yellow with a black image.

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For a vintage take on the theme, use an antique hall table to offer party favours and craft activities that can be done during the party.

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Vintage bicycle decorations can be added to the lolly buffets or food tables for a hint of vintage.

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Simple, vintage bicycle cake toppers add a cute touch to cupcakes.

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Warning: Bikes this way. Drink bottles make for a fun party favour.

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Jars with baking twine and Birthday tags make for a sweet touch at a bicycle inspired party.

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A vintage bicycle and it’s cart can be used to hold party favours.

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A simple cake with bunting and a bicycle topper is the perfect way to end the celebration.

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Alternatively a cake can be topped with washi tape flags, skewered into the top of the cake. Chocolate bicycles can be added to the perimeter of the cake to keep in with the bicycle theme.

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Is a bicycle party a theme you’ve ever considered? Do your kids ride a bike?

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