Peasy Toys Natural Wood Balance Bike - 60% off - £17.89 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The Natural wood Ride-on bike helps train the coordination and balance of children through play. Once they've mastered the ride-on-bike, children are ready to move on to their first bicycle. It gives them the first steps towards coordination and balance. The bike has been 85% preassembled and requires very little further assembly. The seat is in the lowest position for the beginner but the height of the seat can be raised for when the child grows. The bike is constructed for children aged 3-6 years and your child should have many hours of fun with the bike.
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# 1 x Wooden Natural Wood Ride-on Bike
# Instruction manual containing safety guide and direction for using the bike
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#1
bargain,i got one for my boy on Amazon for £22 last year
#2
fab price-cheapest i've seen
#3
Heat added - great price.

Bought one of these for our eldest as the first balance bike we received as a present was a little too big for her on the lowest seat setting.

This can be lowered quite a bit :thumbsup:
#4
great price, paid lot more for my little boys but was worth it! He has been riding his 2 wheeler since he was 2.5 thanks to the balance bike :)
#5
Balance bikes are great and really work - well they did for my two, and this is a bargain.
#6
Hate this site! costs me so much.
#7
It does help to learn to balance with a bike that has a low saddle and no pedals. However, you don't need a special bike to do this. It doesn't matter if the chain has rusted solid or the pedals have broken as they can be removed.
[admin]#8
thanks for this!
#9
Looking good, seen loads of kids on these at motorbike shows strangely enough, although those ones do look like little motorbikes, on the list ! heat left :-)
#10
Tempted but not sure about the wooden seat.
#11
I've been looking out for these for a while. Ordered 2.. thanks !
#12
Got to get me one of these!
#13
I've been keeping an eye out for one of these for my son. Don't forget your nectar points.

Very very hot!!!
#14
Would this be suiatble for a small 5 year old who can't ride without stabilisers yet?
#15
Treacle44
Would this be suiatble for a small 5 year old who can't ride without stabilisers yet?


my son is 5 and we purchased this when it was reduced before christmas its good quality but i think might be to small for some - if you want me to measure the hight from seat to floor let me know :)
the balace bike is meant for those who cant ride with out stabilisers to help them learn to balance like on a 'normal' bike
#16
nickyboyzuk
I've been keeping an eye out for one of these for my son. Don't forget your nectar points.

Very very hot!!!


Nectar points from amazon????? Am I missing something??
#17
Thanks, one ordered Heat added :thumbsup:
#18
Floravada
Nectar points from amazon????? Am I missing something??


Yup! Register your Nectar card online ([url]www.nectar.com[/url]) then 'go shopping' and follow the link for Amazon (as you would for Quidco. Loads of other online retailers there too.
#19
Treacle44
Would this be suiatble for a small 5 year old who can't ride without stabilisers yet?


Put aside a day and go over a nice flat grassy park and take off the stabilisers. You will be surprised how quickly they pick it up with you holding on at first and once they have a bit of balance they will be off! We did it with our 5 years old a few months ago. All done within about 30 minutes and no looking back after that!
#20
P.E
Put aside a day and go over a nice flat grassy park and take off the stabilisers. You will be surprised how quickly they pick it up with you holding on at first and once they have a bit of balance they will be off! We did it with our 5 years old a few months ago. All done within about 30 minutes and no looking back after that!


Exactly what my sister did with my Neice and same thing happened.... Not sure who was more amazed, my sister or neice.
#21
P.E
Put aside a day and go over a nice flat grassy park and take off the stabilisers. You will be surprised how quickly they pick it up with you holding on at first and once they have a bit of balance they will be off! We did it with our 5 years old a few months ago. All done within about 30 minutes and no looking back after that!


Sloan Wilson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sloan_Wilson wrote:

The hardest part of raising a child is teaching them to ride bicycles. A shaky child on a bicycle for the first time needs both support and freedom. The realization that this is what the child will always need can hit hard.
#22
New toy for middle kiddy :o) 2yrs and 10 months...
#23
got my son a balance bike 4 his 2nd birthday and its by far his favourite toy.

highly recommended.:thumbsup:
#24
A great find amibees! This deal has been featured over at Playpennies!

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#25
None available! :(
#26
You can also do this cheaply by unscrewing and taking the gears, chain and pedals off a normal bike, let them learn how to ride it "balance bike style", and then put them back on when they have mastered it. They will probably never need stabilisers then.

Strangely not many people work out this is cheaper (buying the one bike) than buying a balance bike and then a "proper" bike.

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