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Remember When You Learned To Ride A Bike?

Remember feeling the fear of crashing? Remember the out of control sensation when cornering too fast with training wheels? Remember the scrapes, cuts and bruises? Well, those days are over. Balance bikes are the new school of learning to ride a bike. With a balance bike, your kids can learn to ride without fear.

buy balance bikeA balance bike will be one of the best purchases you'll ever make. We guarantee it! These bikes are the simplest way for kids to have fun and get exercise while naturally learning the balancing skill needed to ride a pedal bike. After a little time, kids are ready for a bicycle without the need for training wheels.

Building Confidence: Balance bikes (aka. run bikes, push bikes, no pedal bikes and glide bikes) are simpler and lighter than regular bicycles. The center of gravity is much lower and the rider's feet are flat on the ground. The result is that little riders quickly build confidence and proficiency.

These Bikes Are FUN! Our 2 boys have had so many hours of fun on their balance bikes. From racing around inside the house to gliding along with us as we walk, run or bike. Within very little time, they were able to propel themselves along easily, and now they're zipping along with us whether we're just going around the block, or off on some epic adventure.

The Shipping's On Us! We offer Fast & Free Shipping On All Bikes to Canada, and even on some to the continental USA!

Hassle Free Refunds & Returns! Our Complete Peace-of-Mind Returns Policy means that if you're not completely happy with your purchase, we give you 100% of your money back with no hassles. Check out the Shipping & Returns page for full details.

Balance Bike For Kids Are The Smart Way To Learn

  • Kids can begin riding balance bikes at age two, but we've seen some start as early as 18 months.
  • The sooner you start helping your child to get used to being on their balance bike, the quicker they will become adept (often in just a few hours).
  • Older children who start later (age four and up) typically take longer to learn and have more difficulty keeping their balance. This can happen as they have gotten used to relying on training wheels which don't support their natural sense of balance.
  • Balance bike frame and tire materials vary between brands and models. The main types of frames are wood, metal, plastic and composite, and each have their advantages and disadvantages. Tires may be solid and maintenance free, or air filled for a much smoother ride and better traction.

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