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This bike is designed for children 18-36 months. The handlebar and seat can be adjusted to fit most riders and adapt as your child grows. -johnny_miller

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All 3 of my children used balance bikes when they were 18m. The first kid took a little coaxing Smilie Because of these bikes when they were 2.5-3 yrs old they moved to regular bikes within 10 mins of practice without spills, bruises, or training wheels. We got strider brand but I'm sure other brands are good too. I wouldn't hesitate to get kids on the balance bike early. You start with just horizontal sidewalks with movement powered by legs and feet and soon they are cruising down the driveway turning down the sidewalks.

The idea with the balance bikes is that pedalling is hard for their tiny legs and learning balance and pedals at the same time is difficult too. The balance bike splits the learning into two segments, similar to what training wheels attempts but without the awkward wobbling side to side and by teaching the balance portion before the pedals.

A few things to think about: 1 they will grow out of the bike pretty quickly, so starting early is the best bet to give them time with it. 2 Two of my kids said the seat hurt on their bike so you might want to think about a brand that lets you upgrade it.
I can't even get my 30mo to pedal a tricycle
When does using months stop and using years begin? I always wondered that.


FYI, I'm like 369 months old.

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Was about to buy until I saw this is for 18 to 36 months.

Wtf?

What 18 month old is using a balance bike?
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I can't even get my 30mo to pedal a tricycle
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Was about to buy until I saw this is for 18 to 36 months.

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What 18 month old is using a balance bike?
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I can't even get my 30mo to pedal a tricycle
This bike doesn't have pedal laugh out loudPeace
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My son's 2nd birthday is tomorrow. This is perfect. He has too many toys and really didn't want to just add more to the pile.
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I can't even get my 30mo to pedal a tricycle
Hahaha same here. Mines 27 month tho.
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What kind of a product is this?
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Hahaha same here. Mines 27 month tho.
When does using months stop and using years begin? I always wondered that.


FYI, I'm like 369 months old.
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Was about to buy until I saw this is for 18 to 36 months.

Wtf?

What 18 month old is using a balance bike?
Once my son is tall enough and can walk he's getting one. He will be going on family rides soon as possible.
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What kind of a product is this?
It's the best way for a kid to learn how to ride a bike and not to be messed up by training wheels or trikes later on, which actually slows down the learning process, unlike what most people believe. It will be an easy and natural progression to real bicycles with pedals once they get the balancing part figured out.

Awesome deal for the price, AND it includes a helmet! Great job, OP 👍
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To help kids learn to ride bikes faster without training wheels.
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Was about to buy until I saw this is for 18 to 36 months.

Wtf?

What 18 month old is using a balance bike?
All 3 of my children used balance bikes when they were 18m. The first kid took a little coaxing Smilie Because of these bikes when they were 2.5-3 yrs old they moved to regular bikes within 10 mins of practice without spills, bruises, or training wheels. We got strider brand but I'm sure other brands are good too. I wouldn't hesitate to get kids on the balance bike early. You start with just horizontal sidewalks with movement powered by legs and feet and soon they are cruising down the driveway turning down the sidewalks.

The idea with the balance bikes is that pedalling is hard for their tiny legs and learning balance and pedals at the same time is difficult too. The balance bike splits the learning into two segments, similar to what training wheels attempts but without the awkward wobbling side to side and by teaching the balance portion before the pedals.

A few things to think about: 1 they will grow out of the bike pretty quickly, so starting early is the best bet to give them time with it. 2 Two of my kids said the seat hurt on their bike so you might want to think about a brand that lets you upgrade it.
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Was about to buy until I saw this is for 18 to 36 months.

Wtf?

What 18 month old is using a balance bike?
Well gonna test it with my daughter and let you know
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Any good filler to make it 35?
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