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10" Zycom Kids' My 1st Balance Bike w/ Helmet

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Walmart has 10" Zycom Kids' My 1st Balance Bike w/ Helmet (Blue/Green or Teal/Pink) for $29.92. Choose free store pickup where stock permits otherwise shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (15 day free trial) or on orders of $35+.

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Available:Features:
  • Designed for children 18 - 36 Months
  • Grows with your child: Adjustable handlebar and seat for growing children
  • Smooth-rolling: 10" maintenance-free eva treaded tires.
  • Certified and safe: Includes XS/S CPSC certified adjustable helmet
  • Sturdy yet light-weight: The light-weight frame is easy for kids to ride
  • Steering limiter: Makes learning to ride easy and safe
  • Size: 32.5" L x 17" x 24.5 in.

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Walmart [walmart.com] has 10" Zycom Kids' My 1st Balance Bike w/ Helmet (2 colors) on sale for $29.92. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (15 day free trial [walmart.com]) or free on $35+ orders.

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Truly all are same. Go with what you have. Saves the hassle of return and reordering. We used a balance bike for our kid who is turning 3 soon. She has started to love it. IMHO The sweet spot for this bike is between 2.5 and 4 after which they'll outgrow a balance bike. These bikes are really lightweight and suit this age bracket. If your kid hasn't used a balance bike and is closer to 4, then go with removing the pedals on a regular bike.
Just get a regular bike and take the pedals off instead of buying 2 bikes

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We bought this last year, bikes held up great outdoors under the carport, left out in the rain a few times here and there, no issues. Our kid turns 3 in May and he's just now really starting to show a lot of interest in it
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Thanks, got a couple for my twins that will be 3 on Saturday.
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Is this a good deal though? Doesn't look to be on sale. Seems my daughter's first bike was $30 years ago.
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We bought this last year, bikes held up great outdoors under the carport, left out in the rain a few times here and there, no issues. Our kid turns 3 in May and he's just now really starting to show a lot of interest in it
I would second this. I have been pleasantly surprised by it. Thought it would last maybe a year. We are on year 2 and it's still in great shape
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Just get a regular bike and take the pedals off instead of buying 2 bikes
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Also bought last year. Not a crazy good price, but compared to the $70+ alternatives this is a great option to see if your kid likes this type of bike. My kid has loved it and rides it basically ever day. One watch out, my kid turns 3 soon and he's on the verge of outgrowing it. He's tall for his age, but 4 is probably max age on this.

In regards to Longchamp's comment, there really aren't any bike options this small for a 1.5-2 year old to use.
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Mine just turned 4 and I'm thinking of getting one of these with pedals and training wheels... what is advantage of one without pedals?
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I got the chillafish balance bike from Costco for the same price. It's still in the box. Any thoughts on this vs the chillafish ?
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I got the chillafish balance bike from Costco for the same price. It's still in the box. Any thoughts on this vs the chillafish ?
Truly all are same. Go with what you have. Saves the hassle of return and reordering. We used a balance bike for our kid who is turning 3 soon. She has started to love it. IMHO The sweet spot for this bike is between 2.5 and 4 after which they'll outgrow a balance bike. These bikes are really lightweight and suit this age bracket. If your kid hasn't used a balance bike and is closer to 4, then go with removing the pedals on a regular bike.
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Just get a regular bike and take the pedals off instead of buying 2 bikes
I tried that but a regular bike without pedals doesn't work as good as purposely made balanced bike.
The smallest regular bike I could find is 12" and it was too high for my 2.5 years old (even when he's 3.5 years old) and significantly heavier

This balance bike is 10" and seat lower by design.
I ended up buying this. Me and my 2.5 years old were perfectly satisfied.
And recently he picked up the converted-back regular bike in no time other than it's still too heavy for him to move around.

And think about the hassle to convert the bike, while not costing that much, I had to buy a chain breaker to do it (and resembled it).
For $30, do yourself a favor to save time and headache, especially if you might be going to have more kid.
And it comes with a helmet that will cost another $10+ if buy separately

My 2 years old is getting ready to ride it soon.
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Heh funny story. I bought this a few years back. I thought I was going crazy trying to assemble it. Turned out the handle bar fork insert area was welded on upside down. I'm sure they're better now though lol.
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Just get a regular bike and take the pedals off instead of buying 2 bikes
Not saying it's impossible but you'd really have to take off the entire pedal assembly/cranks unless you like kids jamming their shins on the bars.... and that's not really easy or clean. Heck it might be with cheap bikes if you take it out it basically won't go back in.
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Ain't no Hotwalk Carbon, but it'll do
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