- Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
Tidlo First Balance Bike (Red)
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- First push along bike in red
- Useful carry handle
- Pneumatic tyres
- Height adjustable seat
- Easy grip handle bars
Warning: Protective equipment should be worn. Not to be used in traffic.
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A very stylish first push along bike in a natural wood and painted red colour. Being part of John Crane's own label, 'Tidlo', you are sure of value and high quality. Their toys are bright and colourful, promoting fun play and developing imagination and physical skills. This bike is a great way to teach your child how to ride a bike, promoting an all-important sense of balance. The bike comes in a natural wood colour, with a painted red seat, handlebars and wheels. It comes in three pieces and is simple and quick to assemble. The bike also has pneumatic tyres, a height-adjustable seat and easy grip handlebars. A perfect gift.
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Just my $0.02
It is obviously very early days, but I am delighted with the bike, and will very probably buy more for friends and family as gifts..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 3 year old loves it... Much better for learning balance than stabilizers, and looks good too.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Easy to assemble from the few pieces that is comes in. The seat can be adjusted in three heights each about 2-3cm apart. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David E
3.5 year old daughter loves this bike and goes everywhere on it.Published 15 months ago by Miss J Stephens
Sturdy little 1st bike which I'm sure will be well used. Easy to assemble.
Sturdy little learner bike which I' m sure my 3 year old great grandson will enjoy. Read more
Fairly easy to put together, bit of a faff with trying to hold 3 things together at once but not too difficult! Nice size and quality with an adjustable seat. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Thomas W. Frost