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Radio Flyer Toddlers' All-Terrain Balance Bike (Air Tires)

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Walmart has Radio Flyer All-Terrain Balance Bike (Air Tires) on sale for $31.50 -> Now $33.93. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35+. Thanks Rokket

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  • Product Dimensions = 34.25" X 16.00" X 20.00". Weight Capacity = 50 lbs. Suitable for 2 1/2 - 5 years.
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Walmart [walmart.com] has the Radio Flyer All-Terrain Balance Bike (Air Tires) on sale for $31.50. Choose free store pickup where available; otherwise, shipping is free on $35+ orders. Now $33.93

Amazon [amazon.com] also has the Radio Flyer All-Terrain Balance Bike (Air Tires) on sale for $31.50. Shipping is free. Now $33.93
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Better than the other deal for a couple bucks more. The air tires should provide a much smoother ride and better traction.
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This was a popular deal last month at ~$42.
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Ordered one. Seems like a good deal.
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Repped Op, bought one, will cancel the plastic tire deal earlier today..
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My dad taught me old school. He just pushed me down a hill on a bicycle and I learned to balance on my own.
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My dad taught me old school. He just pushed me down a hill on a bicycle and I learned to balance on my own.
My dad taught me to drive the same way. Just put me in the pickup, shifted into neutral, and released the handbrake.
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Better than the other deal for a couple bucks more. The air tires should provide a much smoother ride and better traction.
I considered this vs Strider vs $15 Walmart one and just couldn't see the need for traction on a balance bike. I think the ride would surely be smoother, but the light weight of the foam tires seemed more beneficial in the end. I think the one we got weighs in at 5.2 lbs vs. 9.9 lbs for this one. Not a huge difference, and this one looks like it would definitely last longer, but the lighter weight was easier for my toddler to handle.
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My dad taught me to drive the same way. Just put me in the pickup, shifted into neutral, and released the handbrake.
but if you tapped the breaks you probably would have stalled out.
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very good!!!
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Got my boy one of these for Christmas a couple of years ago, he's about to turn five, has a bike with pedals now, but still prefers this thing most of the time. I can't keep up with him on foot when he's on it anymore, he can really go fast with it.
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All terrian? Mud, snow, ice, and gravels???
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So I realize this is a balance bike thread, I have a question about training wheel bikes wondering if anyone has a good opinion.

My about to be 4 yr old has a balance bike and is great on it, we want to try to get him into a proper 2 wheeler maybe by this summer, but he doesn't know how to peddle. So we're looking to get him a training wheel bike that we can take the pedals off and then he'll use as a 2 wheeler once he gets the hang of it. My concern is do training wheel bikes work as well for 2 wheels as a proper 2 wheeler not meant to work with training wheels? The last training bike I bought for my daughter was just crazy heavy and seemingly poor design don't want this to be that kind of bike
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So I realize this is a balance bike thread, I have a question about training wheel bikes wondering if anyone has a good opinion.

My about to be 4 yr old has a balance bike and is great on it, we want to try to get him into a proper 2 wheeler maybe by this summer, but he doesn't know how to peddle. So we're looking to get him a training wheel bike that we can take the pedals off and then he'll use as a 2 wheeler once he gets the hang of it. My concern is do training wheel bikes work as well for 2 wheels as a proper 2 wheeler not meant to work with training wheels? The last training bike I bought for my daughter was just crazy heavy and seemingly poor design don't want this to be that kind of bike
I used training wheel bikes on both of my sons when they were 4 yr old. When they were 5, I removed the training wheels and spent may be 15 min with them and off they went. Not long, may be 2,3 year later I got them bigger bikes. They are both now 13 and 16 yr old. I don't recall about training bikes being heavy. I am going to use the same to my baby girl.
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