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Skip training wheels all together!
We all remember the first time we rode without training wheels, however, there's a new way to skip them all together! Balance bikes often called kicked bikes, teaches your kid how to balance while letting them put their feet down at any time. This method will effectively teach your child the joy of two wheels as early as 22 months (with optional lowering kit)! The model you are viewing utilises non-air PU tyres which make it perfect for indoor or limited outdoor use. The Basic model is available with and without a brake. Read on to learn about all the great benefits.
Why are balance bikes better?
Balance bikes offer several great features which will encourage confidence while being fun at the same time:
They are MUCH lighter.
Kids can put their feet down at any time = Encourages confidence.
They learn balance immediately, this is the biggest drawback of training wheels.
The lack of training wheels allows your child to master cornering at the same time.
What sets the FirstBIKE apart from other brands?
The FirstBIKE is by far our favourite balance bike. They utilise several great features that improve safety and encourage faster learning.
Limited steering range prevents crashes.
No-slip, tool free saddle.
Adjustable brake (available without brake on select models).
Designed with no sharp objects, bolts, etc.)
Please note: These bikes come disassembled, but assembly is easy! Please check out the video below.
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