Kid's Bike Deals

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Learning how to ride a bike is one of the earliest accomplishments kids experience. They get a great feeling from balancing on their own and pedalling their way around the park, and it's something that parents love to share too. Anyone who wants to get their kids cycling can find the best models in the UK at the kids bike listings. Read more
Chicco Red balance bike 2-5 years - £23 @ Amazon
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Posted 24th FebPosted 24th Feb
Chicco Red balance bike 2-5 years - £23 @ Amazon£23 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Red Bullet balance bike is the first bicycle that helps children to acquire the necessary balance on two wheels. Acting as a comfortable stepping stone to pedalled bicycles, the b… Read more

My daughter used it for over a year (the pink version) and it's very light (easy to maneuver) still sturdy enough to still work as if it was new (apart from the scratches). Now she has outgrown it and we went for a Skog but it's buy this again if I were to go back in time. I would only question the upper age range as 5 years seems a bit too much. We changed it at 3 as the wheels are too small. This is a good deal, hot!


Our daughter could easily pick it up and carry at under 2yrs old, rode it daily to nursery for 18m with no issues. The only negative is no brakes once she got scarily fast on it ! I had bought a wooden one being into wooden toys, it was far too heavy for toddlers. For £20ish quid this was the best money we spent, passed it onto my niece too :)


'Light enough' - what does that mean? The weight is not quoted but similar steel ones are over 2.5kg vs 1.9kg for alloy. Frog bikes are good but certainly not light.


This one is super light, more than light enough for a 2yr old (y) . My daughter had this for 18m then got a Halford Cosmos bike, (lightweight like the Frog bikes ) and was riding 2 wheels before her 4th birthday.


Great bike! my son has enjoyed it a lot. It is too small for a 4-5 y/o I'd say

Kids Indi Balance Bike - 10" £22 with free next day delivery (UK mainland) @ Halfords
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Posted 11th FebPosted 11th Feb
Kids Indi Balance Bike - 10" £22 with free next day delivery (UK mainland) @ Halfords£22£2512% off Free P&P FreeHalfords Deals
Kids Indi balance bike - 10" reduced to £22 and includes free next day delivery (UK mainland). Suitable as a first bike from around age 2. Good reviews scores 4.8/5. Indi Ba… Read more

Thanks. Heavier than I thought then so the aluminium obe ar 1.9kg would be an even bigger advantage.


They publish it against every bike - "Approximate Weight (KG) 3.2 kg"


Could not disagree more. Our son (now four) learnt to ride a proper bike with absolutely no encouragement having had his balance bike and he still likes taking it out occasionally. He’s had it two years and aside from some scratches it’s perfectly serviceable and will be handed down once he stops using it.


Thanks ordered


My three kids all used a bike like this. Easily one the best purchases over the years. We started with a bike and stabilisers but it didn't work. It was a very quick and easy transition from a balance bike to a full bike for all three kids.

Vitus Nippy Superlight Balance Bike - £35.99 Each Delivered / New Customers Can Get 2 for £61.98 (£10 of £50+ spend) @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Posted 2nd FebPosted 2nd Feb
Vitus Nippy Superlight Balance Bike - £35.99 Each Delivered / New Customers Can Get 2 for £61.98 (£10 of £50+ spend) @ Chain Reaction Cycles£35.99 Free P&P FreeChain Reaction Cycles Deals
£35.99 is a good price here with both black and silver in stock right now, with free delivery. I know it might not be so likely that you'll want a couple of these, but if you do… Read more

Excellent! (y)


Totally agree with this. Cannot stand watching kids riding their bikes without a helmet. It should be mandatory and illegal to ride without, especially as a child. Pet hate is a family out cycling or a parent and child and not a helmet in sight. A simple fall off a bike at slow speed without a helmet could result in catastrophic head injuries, I just don't understand why some parents don't understand this.


Not sure of the weight but my son wasn't even 2 and was fine on it straight away, I appreciate every child is different. The brake he got used to almost right away and is much better for safety than one without. Before he was even 2 he flying down hills and using the brake to control himself and this bike has lasted years without having to get a bigger one or upgrade to one with a brake. I prefer to buy once but everyone is different. This bike is as good as the day it was first used and will sell it and get back a good chunk of the money paid. The transition to pedal bike was as close as you will get, same frame, same tyres, same brake etc. Each to their own however and everyone has a different budget to the next person.




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10% off Halfords across site with code + Free next day delivery UK Mainland £20+ spend @ Halfords
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Posted 27th JanPosted 27th Jan
10% off Halfords across site with code + Free next day delivery UK Mainland £20+ spend @ Halfords10% offHalfords Discount Codes
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Code goes live 28th Jan in the morning and runs until 1st Feb. Apply code PAY10 at checkout and gives 10% off. Will work on most items across site no min spend, excludes Tyres, … Read more
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Looks like it's still working


Does anyone know if this code ends in the next hour, or will it still be active throughout 1st Feb until midnight?


I would also like to know this too. I have the BLC which gives me discount in the store too, I would click & collect online and then pay in store and get the discount. It want's me to pay fully online now.


Will go into Halfords tomorrow and order use AA card first then apply Halfords discount code


Genuine question - how did you get the AA discount if you've already paid online, do they refund you 10%? With offers like this I used to reserve things online but then pay instore when I collected the item but that option no longer seems to exist, they now want payment when you place the order.

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Xootz Retro Big Wheel Push BMX Scooter Green - £64.99 @ TheGiftandGadgetStore
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Xootz Retro Big Wheel Push BMX Scooter Green - £64.99 @ TheGiftandGadgetStore£64.99£73.9912% off Free P&P FreeThegiftandgadgetstore Deals
This vivid green BMX stunt scooter is a perfect for your child to be active this summer. It has pneumatic tyres which makes the ride a lot smoother and comfortable, a sturdy and du… Read more
10% off everything + FREE Delivery, no min spend @ Halfords
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10% off everything + FREE Delivery, no min spend @ HalfordsHalfords Deals
Merry Christmas eve folks! Halfords have launched a 10% off everything offer from now, up until 23.59 on Boxing Day (26th December) You need to enter code XMAS10 at basket and wha… Read more

That's just what we need, more people unemployed. I'd rather pay the RRP if it keeps others in work. Including yourself, why would anyone wish someone's job to be lost.


Fair enough.


Most of what you just said I covered with them being "convenient" and is the main reason they do good business, that and they have a monopoly on certain walk in off the shelf auto parts when people need them immediately. None of these changes the fact their prices are way higher than a motorfactors, or online retailers. Anyone that willingly shops in there for car related parts is either doing it out of necessity or really aren't a savvy a shopper as they believe. Edit: Just for arguments sake I went onto their website and clicked on batteries, the very first option was the Yuasa HSB075 for £110. Interestingly I could only find that model being sold at Halfords but a quick Google told me that it's the same battery as YBX5075 which retails elsewhere for under £60. That's an interesting business model they have right there, and a healthy mark up. No wonder they "do well".


all good, and helps

charles_smith12, has anybody on here heard of it? They have these prices all year round. Merry Xmas.