Young Lady Kids / Boys / Girls Wooden Balance Bike Scooter First Ride Training Learning Bicycle Cycle
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- High quality natural birch plywoow. Please note our tyres uses a full wooden spoke providing extra safety and rigidity to the whole bike
- Soft padded seat providing extra comfort. Adjustable saddle height (34cm, 36cm & 38cm) suitable for all size children. Suitable for children from 2-5 years
- Dampened steering making it easier to control. Approved child safe handle bars. Inflatable rubber tyres with 38cm clearance
- Includes a built-in carry handle. Easy 15 minutes assembly. Weight approximately 4kg. Dimensions: 80cm X 37cm X 54cm (L x W x H)
Warning: Protective equipment should be worn. Not to be used in traffic.
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Balance bikes are pedal free and don't have the training wheels allowing your child develop the skills necessary to ride a 2 wheel bike with pedals. Balance bikes were developed a child's balance and coordination by allowing your child to sit and walk or run with the bike by pushing with their feet. If the bikes start to fall your child will instinctively regain his or her balance by using their feet. Once they've gained some momentum and balance control they can lift their feet up as they feel comfortable and start enjoying the ride.These balance bikes are made with the highest quality Birchwood with real inflatable rubber tyres, safety handle bar grips and cushioned seat. The bike includes an integrated carry handle allowing easy transport as it weight only 4kg.
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one small issue: difficult to inflate the intertube. The spcae is too small, you need to buy an valve adapter from Halford.Published 3 months ago by Toni Simion
My grand daughter and her father who assembled it were thrilled as was I. It is a beautiful bike and different. Exceptional value for money. Would recommend for any young girls.Published 12 months ago by Rita Garland