10" WeeRide, Balance Bike, White/Blue

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By: WeeRide
Walmart #: 551594794
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  • Push bike
  • No-flat, 10" wheels
  • Helps your child learn by balancing
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    About this item

    The 10" WeeRide Balance Bike will help your child to learn how to ride by balancing instead of depending on training wheels. Built with a steel frame construction, it features simple hand brakes. This white/blue kids' balance bike has real, inflatable, no-flat pneumatic tires. The handlebars, as well as the soft seat, are adjustable for height. The rubber handlebars are easy to grip or hold on to while the plastic mud guards keep your child clean and dry. This WeeRide bike has a convenient standover height so that the tiny tot can easily climb on or dismount. This no pedal balance bike's colorful graphic design in blue and yellow will surely appeal to children. The 10" WeeRide Balance Bike provides a safe and comfortable cycling experience for little riders between the ages of 2 and 4.


    WeeRide 10" Learn2Ride Balance Bike:

    • Push bike
    • White/blue kids' balance bike has sturdy steel frame construction
    • Real inflatable pneumatic tires
    • 9" standover height for easy on and off
    • Comfortable seat with quick and easy height adjustment
    • Adjustable height handlebars with soft grips
    • Plastic mud-guards keep children clean and dry
    • Easy to use hand brake
    • WeeRide bike is for ages 2 to 4
    • No-flat, 10" wheels
    • Dimensions: 25"L x 20"W x 25"H

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    Specifications

    Bike Type: Balance Bikes
    Age Start: 2 Years
    Age End: 4 Years
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Blue
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 81040
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 7.5
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 25.0 x 20.0 x 25.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551594794
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    Customer Reviews | 144 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    144 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    Good value.
    11/27/2011

    Customer review by Review4ubyme

    3.0 stars by Review4ubyme

    The seat has been redesigned for this model. No more breakage. The seat post will adjust from 15-17 inches from the ground. However a quick release clamp would've been nice. Your child's inseam should be 1-1.5 inches more than the seat height. I have it set to about 16" for my 4 year old. There is NO way this will work for a 18 month old (although it is listed on the box for 18 mo. to 5 years). When my 4 y/o is done I'll use it for my 2 y/o. I have a Murray bike with a seat that I plan to put on this seatpost that will lower the height to 14". If that isn't short enough I'll cut some of the seat tube off. The spokes were loose after the first week. Luckily I had a spoke wrench so I just tightened them up. I'm glad I spent $25 rather than $100 for a Strider. Throw away your trikes and training wheels. This is the way to teach biking.

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    Review4ubyme
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Every few days
    Impressed--
    12/28/2011

    Customer review by elpas0m0m

    5.0 stars by elpas0m0m

    When my husband put this bike together a few days before Christmas we both laughed and thought it looked like a tiny clown bike and that it would WAY too small. We were wrong. My daughter is 2 months shy of 4 yrs old and she fits fine on it. She is a bit on the small size 5%though for her age but I would say she still has room to grow on it and it will be perfect for this year. On the first day she had already mastered the steering and can go all over the house while walking, day 2 she was already push-gliding on it and picking up her feet while in motion and we were so surprised. I think this is a better bike learning option than training wheels. Our first two kids learned w/training wheels and they didn't learn to steer as well or balance as well, one of our daughters leaned too much on the trainers and had to re-learn all over when the trainers came off. I think this is going to be a correct bike experience compared to training wheel bikes. It is less scary too where the training wheel bikes bounce back and forth, on this bike your legs are the stability.

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    elpas0m0m
    mavel, tX
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    Love it!!!
    1/5/2012

    Customer review by NanaTammie

    5.0 stars by NanaTammie

    I purchased this little bike for my 2 year old grandson. He absolutely loves it. I think it is so good for him to learn how to balance. He would spend all day on it if he could. Excellent buy!!! I would recommend this to anyone.

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    NanaTammie
    Peoria,IL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    Does this bike have integrated foot rests like the strider or do kids just have to hold their feet off of ground on their own?
    by CptnSeaweed 1/1/2012
    • No foot rests. That would be a nice feature, but they just have to hold their feet off the ground on their own.
      by dqchris6/18/2012
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    • No foot rests--they just put their feet up.
      by huntersmommy976/6/2012
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    • Feet can rest on the "chain stay" just like the much more expensive Strider brand. Check out their website for videos.
      by Review4ubyme6/2/2012
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    • No foot rest. It would be nice but so far my kids are managing without.
      by skh70005/27/2012
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    • no foot rests, but I am sure you could come up with something with a drill, some galvanized pipe, bolt, spacer, nut, and washer.
      by heydad4/27/2012
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    • my son sits on the seat and kind of "walks" it . or he picks his feet up and goes down hills.
      by agarner4/25/2012
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    • No foot rest. My daughter either lifts her feet off the ground or puts them on the frame.
      by FunFamily123/27/2012
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    • No foot rests but still a good bike.
      by alnaci4/2/2012
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    • Our Grandson has now moved up to a 16" bike after a year on the Wee-Ride. (it took him about 2 minutes to ride without training wheels) I made him footrests about a year ago and I don't believe he EVER used them. They take such an active part in propelling themselves with their feet I don't think they even think about "resting" their feet on a footrest. I've attached a video on our Grandson after he'd had it for about 2 weeks.
      by TruettsGrandad11/18/2013
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    • No foot rests.
      by lvethemtns1/30/2012
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    by zaima 5/2/2012
    • No, but it is super easy for small children to figure out to balance and it is low to the ground so their feet touch.
      by keegsmybabe6/23/2012
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    • It doesn't need training wheels, it is foot powered. The child learns to balance as he/she gets familiar with riding.
      by NJGranny36/22/2012
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    • No, the whole point of this is that your child learns how to balance first (without pedals) then they would progress to a true bicycle so they wouldn't need to have training wheels for long because they would already understand how to balance it.
      by dqchris6/18/2012
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    • NO, it doesn't need training wheels. The whole concept of this bike is to not use training wheels. It has no pedals and kids use their feet to push the bike along. Their feet are on the ground the whole time so they do not need training wheels. This allows kids to learn to balance on the bike and better prepares them for a bigger bike. Training wheels do not let kids learn to balance properly as they lean on the training wheels from side to side and do not center their balance.
      by hgfjdsfjs6/18/2012
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    • It's a balance bike so it doesn't have pedals or training wheel. Kid use his feet to move
      by goniaa6/6/2012
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    • No it doesn't.
      by huntersmommy976/6/2012
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    • No.
      by Review4ubyme6/2/2012
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    • No. Training wheels inhibit learning balance.
      by Review4ubyme6/2/2012
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    • no. This bike is not supposed to use training wheels. Just use it to learn balancing.
      by skh70005/27/2012
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    • No. The idea is to help the child develop balance before getting the regular bike.
      by johnd325/7/2012
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    We are going to receive this bike as a gift for my son. Is it easy to assemble?
    by mcbritney 12/4/2011
    • Yes, pretty easy.
      by JmeGirl9/15/2012
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    • When we bought ours 2 years ago and the bike was already together in the box.
      by SavvyDealShopper9/11/2012
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    • Very easy. Handlebars on and tighten. they are off.
      by keegsmybabe6/23/2012
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    • yes. very.
      by skh70005/27/2012
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    • way easy!
      by heydad4/27/2012
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    • if u have a couple of wrenchs its easy... all u gotta do is the handle bars thats it .. i think.. it was a snap we got it for my 3 yr old. very easy
      by agarner4/25/2012
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    • Yes, my husband just put one together last night with in 10 mins.
      by mammalikes4/8/2012
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    • This took maybe 5 minutes to assemble.
      by NanaTammie1/6/2012
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    • very easy assembly, only a couple of pieces and good directions. Most of the assembly is already done by the factory
      by JRCommack1/6/2012
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    • we were surprised that the bike was almost fully assembled and folded in the box. My husband assembled it and although I mostly watched, he didn't complain at all and it was ready in less than 30 mins -
      by elpas0m0m12/29/2011
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