KRIDDO Toddler Balance Bike 2 Year Old, Early Learning Interactive Push Bicycle with Steady Balancing and Footrest, Pink
Get Toddlers Excited About Bike Riding with a Balancing Bike from KRIDDO When kids are little there’s nothing more exciting for them than jumping on their first bike and heading off on their little adventures. But before they go flying down the street you want them to learn and grow at a kid-friendly pace. We developed the KRIDDO Balance Bike for ages 18 months to 4-years old to help young boys and girls learn about bike riding by pushing themselves along and gliding without relying on pedals. Fun and easy to use on all types of terrain, these easy-push balancing bikes even come with a stuffed animal toy that sits right up on the front handlebars to join them on every exciting ride.
- EARLY LEARNING BALANCE BIKE – A fun way to introduce small toddlers to riding bicycles this girls and boys balance bike lets them push, stand, and walk their way around the outdoors with a sturdy frame and well-balanced, kid-friendly design for 18 months to 5 years old.
- CUTE AND CUDDLY STUFFED ANIMAL – Each balancing bike also comes with a small stuffed animal that becomes the perfect riding buddy. You can choose from three different animal friends including a unicorn, or tyrannosaurus rex.
- QUICK BALANCE – TRAINING FOOTREST – Our toddler balance bike is also designed with a wide footrest under the seat where the feet rest to help them learn to pick up their feet and balance when they’re gliding along. Vital for developing self-confidence and balancing.
- EXTRA-THICK ALL-TERRAIN TIRES – We want kids to feel strong and stable when they’re moving on grass and sidewalks which is why we added puncture-resistant tires to the front and back of each balance bike for 4-year old’s and 18-month-old riders.
- ENHANCED SAFETY AND LIMITED STEERING – Along with a soft, rubber grip handlebars, a soft PU seat, and a carbon-steel frame, this kids balance bike offers limited steering to help prevent toppling over or oversteering when they’re learning to turn around.