Easy Bike Drawing for Kids in 6-Steps

Written By Sudha | Edited By Varsha & Adi | Updated on 29th May, 2024

There’s something truly magical about bikes that captures our hearts from a young age. Remember the thrill of getting your first bike licence or that amazing feeling of freedom on your very first ride? Maybe you recall the joy of sitting behind your parents and being taken around the neighbourhood, wind in your hair, with a huge grin on your face. Kids, especially, are drawn to bikes, always eager to hop on and zoom around. Whether it’s being taken out on long rides or even being dropped off at some of the leading schools, bikes are part of numerous adventures. 

In this blog, we’ll take you through a fun and easy guide on how to draw a bike, sparking that same excitement that comes with every ride. There’s a fun worksheet attached at the bottom for your kiddo to practise as well. So grab your pencils, and let’s get started!

Quick Summary

Bike Drawing for Kids step by step –
  1. Basic List of Materials
  2. Step-by-Step Guide to Draw a Bike
  3. Final Touches
  4. Additionally
  5. Conclusion

1.  Basic List of Materials

  • Drawing Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Sharpener
  • Crayons or Coloured Pencils 
  • Stable Drawing Surface

2. Bike Drawing for Kids in 6-Steps

Step 1: Outline the body of the bike

Let’s start by drawing an oval shape for the fuel tank of the bike. Make the oval shape slightly slanting as shown in the image. 

Then draw a brinjal-like or pebble-like shape for the seat of the bike. Draw this to the left of the fuel tank by leaving some gap between the two.

Step 2: Draw the pipes

Now draw a slanting rectangle in front of the fuel tank such that it overlaps the fuel tank. This will be the front part of the bike where the handlebar goes. 

Then draw a ‘L’ shape coming out from underneath the fuel tank. This will be the main frame of the bike connecting the body to the tire.

Step 3: Add more details!

Now let’s draw the bike’s tires! Draw a circle using a compass or outline any small round object to draw the tire. Draw the front tire under the slanting rectangle in such a way that the end of the rectangle is at the centre of the circle. Then draw the back tire underneath the seat of the bike such that the circle overlaps the ‘L’ shape a little. 

Now draw another smaller oval shape over the fuel tank connected to the slanting rectangle.

Step 4: Add some more details!

Add a headlight at the front of the bike. In order to draw the headlight, draw a ‘C’ curve and make it look like it is coming up from behind the slanting rectangle. Then close the curve by drawing a straight line with rounded edges. 

Now draw two smaller circles at the middle of the tire. Then complete the bike’s body by first drawing a line connecting the seat to the fuel tank. Then draw a bent line connecting the fuel tank to the back tire. Finally, draw another bent line connecting the seat to the back tire at the back of the bike’s body as shown in the image.

Step 5: Finishing up!

Let’s quickly add the final details before we start colouring! Start by drawing a smaller semi-circle in front of the headlight in such a way that it looks like it is coming up from underneath. Then draw another smaller semi-circle over it to finish the headlight. 

Move down to the front tire and draw a guard over it by drawing two curved lines starting from the same point and broadening towards the front of the tire. Close these two lines with a small straight line as shown in the image. 

Then draw the bike’s backlight by drawing a rectangle behind the seat. Finally, draw a square over the ‘L’ shaped pipe, with two tiny rectangles inside it. 

Time to colour it up!

Now that we’ve sketched out our bike and refined the details, it’s time to bring it to life with colour! Select your favourite colours for the body of the bike. You can use coloured pencils, markers, or paint depending on your preference.

With the unnecessary lines erased and the colours applied, your bike drawing is now complete! Step back and admire your work!


  • Consider adding a background to your drawing. You could sketch a simple street scene with buildings, trees, or a sunny sky. This will make your bike drawing more visually engaging.
  • Take some time to refine the finer details of your drawing. For example, add the pattern of the tires.
  • Don’t forget to sign and date your artwork to mark it as your own. This adds a personal touch and allows you to track your progress over time.


Congratulations, young artists! You’ve successfully learned how to draw a bike step by step. Drawing is a wonderful way to express your creativity and imagination, and with practice, you can create amazing artwork.

Remember, the key to improvement is practice. Don’t be discouraged if your first few attempts don’t turn out exactly as you imagined. Keep practising, and soon you’ll see yourself becoming more confident and skilled at drawing.

We’ve attached a worksheet at the end of this blog for you to practise your bike drawing. Download it and use it as many times as you like!

Bike Drawing for Kids Worksheet

Varsha & Adi

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