- toddlers bikes
I’d recommend wooden balance bikes – no stabilisers – easier to carry than big bike with stabilisers, no tipping over on off camber pavements.Posted 8 years ago
To start with my two both just walked but got the hang of it after a couple of weeks. Also easier for them to stop/start and go up and down kerbs.
I would avoid stabiliser route – go for wooden balance bike and then pedally bike later on.
Also they are not all £100 – got ours from e-bay new shipped from Germany
for about £40.
I guess any metal balance bike would work just as well – think ISLA bikes do a non pedally one too ?SlowJohnMember
can anyone recommend me a bike for my two toddlers to learn on. They are ages 2 and 3 it needs to be fairly light as the missus travels everywher by train. Needs to have stabilisers as well i have been looking at those wooden bikes would they be any good do you think?Posted 8 years agolisterMember
islabike rothan here, littlelister (2’narf) has had it since christmas, and now i can’t stop him…feet up at the top of the hill, and whoosh, he’s gone!! 🙂
he had his first proper wipeout last week, speed wobble to over the bars and face plant…no tears, i was very proud 🙂Posted 8 years agoNorthCountryBoyMember
Hi Slow john, I bought a wooden balance bike exactlty the same as the one in paulososxos` pic. (ebay £25 but have since seen them in lidle)I gavePosted 8 years ago
it to my son on his 2nd birthday. He wasnt to keen to start with so we just left it, about 4 months latter he found it in the shed and wanted to play on it. 2 days latter wizzing around the patio feet up! next weekend going down a wooden ramp onto the lawn (about 3″) much to wifes shock! Got him a nasty steel pedal bike from a charity shop for £3 and re-sprayed it. I was strongly advised to avoid stabalisers because they discourage the kids from leaning a little as they turn. We went out little but often, about 10 / 15 mins at a time. I put my elbow pads on his legs as a bit of knee protection and after a few sesions he was away! Its very rewarding to see them riding and to see how much they enjoy it. Must get out again soon! Good luck with your family, and stay aaway from stabilisers!
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