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Glodos Bit Bike in green on Amazon at £49.99

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Anyone looking for a first bike for the little one this Christmas should take a look at this. Winner of several design awards and if I say so myself, pretty cool looking too. A bit "Tron" if you lik… Read More
Welshman Adam Avatar
2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Anyone looking for a first bike for the little one this Christmas should take a look at this. Winner of several design awards and if I say so myself, pretty cool looking too. A bit "Tron" if you like.

I picked one up in the US a few months back as they were at least £99 over here at the time and my daughter will be getting it for Xmas. They are allegedly better for kids to ride on than traditional bikes as the arms are the shock absorbers and not the spine, but hey, I'm no doctor.

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Not much good as a balance bike looking at the width of the wheels. No better at helping children develop their balance skills than a bike with stabilisers.
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http://img.costumecraze.com/images/vendors/rubies/11874-large.jpg

would go great with this!
#3
Cheers, as you say looks cool
#4
dillionthomas
Not much good as a balance bike looking at the width of the wheels. No better at helping children develop their balance skills than a bike with stabilisers.

The wide wheels are there to assist the child in keeping their balance... We're not training them to walk a tight rope.

Edited By: Welshman Adam on Dec 18, 2014 17:08: assist put in italics
#5
Blue, orange and pink at the same price
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Welshman Adam
dillionthomas
Not much good as a balance bike looking at the width of the wheels. No better at helping children develop their balance skills than a bike with stabilisers.

The wide wheels are there to assist the child in keeping their balance... We're not training them to walk a tight rope.


My daughter got a proper balance bike straight after walking.
So who is this aimed at when it stands up on its own.
Is it for kids that can't walk yet?
#7
The use of the word "balance" has been removed from the OP as it seems to be causing some users issues.

It's a bike, for young kids to run around on. 18 months to 3 years I believe.

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