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Designed to teach toddlers how to ride a bike. It is a two-wheeled bike without training wheels or pedals.

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The bike is built well and lightweight

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It is easy to put together

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It is a good way to teach a child confidence on a bike

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

It is a very small size so kids can grow out of it quickly or it can be too small for larger kids

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It would have been better with limited steering since the front wheel can go out of control if the child loses control over steering

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Strider PREbike Balance Running Bike was designed to teach toddlers how to ride a bike. It is a two-wheeled bike without training wheels or pedals. It teaches motor skills like coordination and balance without pedaling. It moves with the child’s feet on the ground. It weighs less than a regular 12-inch bike and has smaller handlebars and seat to fit a toddler. It comes in eight colors. This bike was made for children from one to five. 

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Specifications

  • Weight: Less that 7 pounds (about 1/3 the weight of a typical 12-inch pedal bike with training wheels).
  • Frame Design: Unique frame design has integrated Launch Pad footrests for gliding and learning advanced riding skills.
  • Tires: Puncture-proof all-terrain tires with sealed bearings and 5/16-inch steel axles.
  • Construction: Durable welded steel frame and handlebars
  • Warranty: 1 year warranty against manufacturing defects
  • Sizing: Adjustable handlebar and seat height to fit riders from 30 to 44 inches tall (saddle height adjusts from 11 to 16 inches from ground). The optional Extra-Long Seatpost with Saddle is recommended for children 4 years and older (adjusts from 14 to 19 inches from the ground).
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