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