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Costway.com has Costway 12" Kids No-Pedal Balance Bike w/ Adjustable Seat for $40.95 - $13 discount coupon SDTY565026 = $27.95. Shipping is free. Thanks jgsk

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Costway [costway.com] has White/Red 12" Kids No-Pedal Bike w/ Adjustable Seat for $27.95

Originally $51.99 on sale for $40.95 - $13.00 = $27.95

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The balance bike method is great for teaching kids to learn to ride. So much better than training wheels. But don't buy a balance bike--get your kid a regular bike, take off the training wheels and take off the pedals.

It only took a few weeks of "balance bike" before the pedals were on. So glad I didn't buy a balance bike when it would have seen no use after those few weeks. Plus I think knowing pedals could go on the bike provided added incentive for the kids.
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This is a balance bike. Kids will naturally find their balance point as they pick up speed and lift their feet off the ground. It's a wonderful tool, and more natural than training wheels.
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Is this a legit website? Its very tempting since it's the perfect time for my 5yrs old daughter to learn how to ride a bike.
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Is this a legit website? Its very tempting since it's the perfect time for my 5yrs old daughter to learn how to ride a bike.
Purchased a ladder from them 2 weeks ago, received it about 1 week after. Everything seem pretty normal.
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Pink and Black are also available but the coupon code does not apply to those colors.
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How is this compared to strider that cost more than $100
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How is this compared to strider that cost more than $100
I looked at the Strider expecting rubber/pneumatic tires (that's a decent upgrade) but that has the same foam tires too. Not sure what's better about it. Perhaps the materials are better?
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You don't need this kind of bike. This pedal bike will make kid learn to pedal when he or she is ready and you have to get another bike. Just get a real bike and take off the training wheels. Kids learn faster that way.

Ultimately you want your kids to ride real bike not scoot this thing around anyway. My friend has this thing and his kid still soothing when my kids already zipping around with real bike.
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wtf bike is this? what they gonna do next?

make a bike with no wheels?!?! or a bike frame with pedal as DLC extra season pass
This is a balance bike. Kids will naturally find their balance point as they pick up speed and lift their feet off the ground. It's a wonderful tool, and more natural than training wheels.
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The balance bike method is great for teaching kids to learn to ride. So much better than training wheels. But don't buy a balance bike--get your kid a regular bike, take off the training wheels and take off the pedals.

It only took a few weeks of "balance bike" before the pedals were on. So glad I didn't buy a balance bike when it would have seen no use after those few weeks. Plus I think knowing pedals could go on the bike provided added incentive for the kids.
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Obviously this poster does not have any kids otherwise they would know
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Don't buy from costaway, you might save a few dollars but good luck returning if you have missing pieces. Not to mention the instructions are terrible to read.
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The balance bike method is great for teaching kids to learn to ride. So much better than training wheels. But don't buy a balance bike--get your kid a regular bike, take off the training wheels and take off the pedals.

It only took a few weeks of "balance bike" before the pedals were on. So glad I didn't buy a balance bike when it would have seen no use after those few weeks. Plus I think knowing pedals could go on the bike provided added incentive for the kids.
This is some good advice. We got a balance bike for my 4 year old (a little late, honestly) and I thought it would be a summer of learning. Heck no. 3 weeks later she's scooting right a long on that thing balancing like a boss and ready for a real bike. We'll save it for the 1 year old but we should have just gotten a regular bike and taken the pedals off.
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$28 for a balance bike is a steal. Paid $80 for my nephew's many years ago. He used it for years until he grew big enough for a kids bike and learned how to ride that in a day.
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