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Chicco Balance Bike | First Bike for Kids, Anti-Puncture Wheels, Fully Adjustable, for Children up to 25kg, 18 months +

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Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. Boori operate a deposit system: At checkout you will be asked to pay a deposit, with the remaining balance to be paid directly to Boori within 2 working days. The Chicco balance bike is an essential first bike, ideal to help develop balance on two wheels, to then move to a real bicycle with pedals. Straightforward to assemble, this balance bike is suitable for children aged two to five, with a comfy saddle that adjusts from 36-42cm.

Finally for younger riders, the Toddlebike/Lena Bike is a great option for those aged 18 months plus who aren't quite ready to progress to a full balance bike. The lightweight frame and modern, confidence-inspiring geometry should make for a fun ride and allow for small riders to progress and experiment with their cycling. Due to the lack of additional components, they're also cheaper than the balance bikes with brakes and pneumatic tyres, plus there is no risk of a puncture. This balance bike helps develop the balance and confidence your child needs to use a real 2-wheeled bike.With an adjustable seat and handlebars, there’s plenty of scope for this to last for many years and once they’ve cracked balancing on this, moving onto a pedal bike should be a breeze. With Christmas fast approaching I can see the Chicco Balance Bike being well received by any lucky recipient.

In all cases, the best balance bikes featured are lightweight and very easy for young children to manoeuvre.So if you need more convincing from parents that have personally used, test, and reviewed over 30 different balance bikes, read on for our full review! With grippy adjustable handle bars, a soft non-slip saddle and anti-puncture wheels the Chicco Balance Bike will develop your child to switch to their first real bicycle without any difficulties or fear.

thanks to its aluminium frame – which made it really easy for both our testers to get to grips with and move around on. Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item. The balance bike mode is suitable for ages two and up, although due to the weight of the bike (a not-insignificant 6. this balance bike is very sturdy, while the smoothed, polished edges of the frame make it super kid-friendly.If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag.

Inside the box, the bike is in four pieces, and you get a spanner and the fixings to put it all together. We particularly liked the grooved underside of the reinforced plastic frame, which made the balance bike comfortable and easy to carry when our littlest testers inevitably ditched it mid-ride.

This design forces riders into an unnatural, upright position on the Red Bullet, with their arms bent at a 90 degree angle in front of them. This creates the perfect position for pushing off with their legs while encouraging them to allow the saddle to take their weight. In tricycle mode, the steel Trybike is a sturdy and supportive option for little kids to build their confidence and get to grips with sitting on a saddle and moving themselves along with their feet. Vitus have also released the Vitus Smoothy, which comes with pneumatic tyres for a smoother ride, which would be more suitable if you're planning to get out and about a lot on the balance bike. The Toddlebike is designed as a "pre-balance bike" for toddlers aged 18 months and over who are too small to ride a proper balance bike.

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