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Chicco Balance Bike | First Bike for Kids, Anti-Puncture Wheels, Fully Adjustable, for Children up to 25kg, 18 months +

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The balance bike mode is suitable for ages two and up, although due to the weight of the bike (a not-insignificant 6. Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. He loves riding it on different terrains and especially loves going down slopes while expertly using his feet to brake/stop if he needs to.

The puncture-resistant tyres mean you’ll never be caught out; however, they are more suitable to riding on flat ground rather than grass or really uneven surfaces. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . thanks to its aluminium frame – which made it really easy for both our testers to get to grips with and move around on.One of our little testers is just starting to get to grips with pedalling, so we tested out the pedal kit too.

While this was a little more time-intensive and tricker to add on, it wasn’t hugely complicated and, again, the video really helped us through. There’s also a plastic “motor” which is fixed to the underside of the bike frame with kid-friendly screws – the idea being your child can while away some time tinkering with the motor using the mini screwdriver. When they start riding, many young toddlers will begin by holding onto the handles and walking with the bike, hovering over the saddle rather than sitting. Manufacturer’s Description: Pink Arrow balance bike is the first bicycle that helps children to acquire the necessary balance on two wheels. Suitable for ages 2-5 years the Chicco Balance Bike will give your little one the confidence to take up bike riding.

Also, for children of this age group who may be getting closer to moving to a pedal bike, it’s helpful for them to get used to a hand-operated braking system, rather than scraping their shoes against the path to stop. And I know a lot of my friends have said they love these bikes and they have helped their children move straight on to bikes with pedals and no stabilisers. To help you choose the best balance bike we asked Cycle Sprog readers, plus the members of two cycling Facebook Groups which balance bikes their children used, whether they'd recommend them (and why), plus we've added in a couple of bikes we've been impressed with ourselves.

We have loved our Hotwalk, it’s solid and robust without being too heavy and has the ledge where your child can put their feet up on (which most on here don’t seem to have) when good at balancing and going downhill! It’s built to last, so a great model to pass down through siblings or to friends, and the resale market for Woom is huge, if you decide to sell it once it’s been outgrown. Instructions are provided but all the other half had to do was put the wheels, seat and handle bars on. In fact, Hornit are so confident in the quality of this balance bike they’re giving it a lifetime warranty on the frames and forks which can be registered for free online once you've received your bike. If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag.Read more about the condition New other (see details): An item in excellent, new condition with no wear. this balance bike is very sturdy, while the smoothed, polished edges of the frame make it super kid-friendly. The additional weight is worth considering if you're intending to carry it on a regular basis (say home from nursery or pre-school), but our reviewer found the Pinto to be very easy and fun to ride in balance bike mode.

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