Steel Balance Bike

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  • Adjustable saddle and handlebar
  • Plastic rims
  • EVA tires
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    Now you can help your child ride a bike without those unwanted slips and falls when you use the Steel Balance Bike. Since this bike contains no chains, pedals or sprockets, this lightweight bicycle with plastic rims makes it possible for your kid to pretend to be riding a bike while walking or running. Your kid can develop the sensation of riding a bike even as he does other activities. With this kids' balance bike, your child will develop important skills such as balance, coordination and steering. He also can develop strength and motor skills. This lightweight kids' bike allows your child to "ride" easily over dirt, grass or pavement. Once he has mastered the basics your child can glide, balance and steer, and he will be able to switch to a pedal bike without training wheels better.


    Great news! If you select Site to Store delivery, you can call your local store as complimentary assembly may be offered at that location.

    About this item

    Now you can help your child ride a bike without those unwanted slips and falls when you use the Steel Balance Bike. Since this bike contains no chains, pedals or sprockets, this lightweight bicycle with plastic rims makes it possible for your kid to pretend to be riding a bike while walking or running. Your kid can develop the sensation of riding a bike even as he does other activities. With this kids' balance bike, your child will develop important skills such as balance, coordination and steering. He also can develop strength and motor skills. This lightweight kids' bike allows your child to "ride" easily over dirt, grass or pavement. Once he has mastered the basics your child can glide, balance and steer, and he will be able to switch to a pedal bike without training wheels better.


    Great news! If you select Site to Store delivery, you can call your local store as complimentary assembly may be offered at that location.

    The saddle and handlebar are adjustable in height so you can put the controls up or down. The bike itself has plastic rims, EVA tires and a red frame. This is an ideal way to introduce your child to the basics of riding a bicycle without all the falls and scrapes that might otherwise occur. Use the Steel Balance Bike today and send your child on his way.
    Steel Balance Bike:

    • Saddle and handlebar are adjustable in height
    • Plastic rims
    • EVA tires
    • Kids' balance bike has red frame

    Specifications

    Speeds: 1-Speed
    Bike Type: Balance Bikes
    Age Start: 2 Years
    Age End: 5 Years
    Primary Color: Red
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 16.0
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    Customer Reviews | 8 reviews | 4.1 out of 5

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    Good Bike A little Bigger than I thought
    12/29/2010

    Customer review by MNmn1234

    4.0 stars 12/29/2010 by MNmn1234
    by MNmn1234

    This is a good first bike for the price. The discription offered online left a lot of questions. For the price I got it anyway. You get what you pay for. It is all steel. The bike goes togehter easy. The only issue I have is that it is much larger than I thought. Most of these little push bikes are abount 11" to 13" inches tall. This one is at least 18" at the seat. So my little guy really wants to ride it but cannot touch the ground yet. Even when not on the seat. But hey. the bike was $50.

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    MNmn1234
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Much higher than I thought.
    1/16/2012

    Customer review by MCP53

    2.0 stars 1/16/2012 by MCP53
    by MCP53

    Purchased for a two year old (who is above height for his age) but the bike is too tall. It would be a good balance bike iif the height was right.

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    MCP53
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Never
    Great first bike
    8/12/2012

    Customer review by mjrtist

    5.0 stars 8/12/2012 by mjrtist
    by mjrtist

    Assembly was a snap, I was able to do it myself in just a few minutes. My 3 year old grandson figured it out in minutes and was doing a good job of balancing within a few days. It is teaching him how to balance so he will be ready for a big bike withoug training wheels very soon!

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    mjrtist
    Quinter, KS
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    Great starter bike to learn to balance!
    6/4/2012

    Customer review by lov2teachkids

    5.0 stars 6/4/2012 by lov2teachkids
    by lov2teachkids

    My grandson was afraid to learn to ride a bike with pedals. I bought a wooden one 6 months ago and it broke on the second day (in the house). When this bike came in, it was so well made and sturdy. He immediately began to ride it in the house. Outside on the driveway, he was really loving it and doing great. He is 6 and the bike still worked for him (although younger would have been better). Now he is excited and ready to start the transition to a regular bike. What a wonderful idea, a Steel Balance Bike!

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    lov2teachkids
    Creedmoor, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Solid and Decent Size
    11/14/2012

    Customer review by KennedyKD

    4.0 stars 11/14/2012 by KennedyKD
    by KennedyKD

    Bought these for my 4 year old twins for their birthday. My boys are taller than average and these bikes are still large enough for them to use...for maybe 6-12 months. For an average size child, these would probably works best for 3-6 years old, for a taller child, probably closer to 2 1/2 - 5 years old.

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    KennedyKD
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    by 1Erin 7/1/2009
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    • A. Tires are plastic and wider than regular tires
      by RussianGirl0410/28/2013
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    • A. Yes. They are Tubless.. I beleve they are 13" pretty big
      by MNmn123412/29/2010
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    • A. Actually the the size measurement of 12" is the frame size. To determine proper frame size you would multiply your inseam size in centimeters times .67 and then convert from cm to inches. So if you have a 45cm inseam times .67 = 30.15cm convert to inches 11.87in would mean you need a 12" bike. To figure out the seat high you would take take your inseam in cm x .883 = seat height. So 45 x .883 = 39.735 or 15.65 inches this insures that on the pedal stroke your knees are still slightly bent around 15 degrees. For more information search on the "Lemond system" for bike fitting.
      by PMcColley7/17/2011
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    • A. They are tubeless tires. Like the wheels on most strollers. Plastic rim w/ Hard plastic black outer part to ride on. They are 11" high. Not sure why it's called a 12" bike, I thought that was the measurment of the wheel. Anyway, the seat is almost 1 inch higher than his 12" bike.
      by Ishopalotcanada4/18/2010
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