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Fun Push Childrens No Pedal Balance Bike Review

Joining all the other balance bikes on the market is this offering from Fun Push, which also favors the more traditional design. My initial impression of this bike is that it very much resembles an ordinary children's bicycle with...

Child Bicycle Safety – The Do’s and Dont’s

Owning a bike is an important milestone for children and thanks...

Balance Bike Saddle Height Guide

More and more parents are discovering how balance bikes are safer...

The Different Types of Balance Bike Tyres

Balance bikes are the ideal solution for parents whose kids are...

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Fun Push Childrens No Pedal Balance Bike Review

Joining all the other balance bikes on the market is this offering from Fun Push, which also favors the more traditional design. My initial impression of this bike is that it very much resembles an ordinary children's bicycle with the pedals and chain removed. This is not a bad thing if you plan on seamlessly transitioning your kids to a pedaled bike later on, but we...

Schwinn Balance Bike 12 Inch Review

Although the Schwinn of today bears little resemblance to the company founded in 1895, the name is still synonymous with bicycles. The Schwinn Bicycle Company declared bankruptcy in 1992 after which the brand switched hands numerous times, so don't bank on the name when it comes to deciding if this is the bike for your child. I suspect that nostalgia will play a big role as...

Kazam Balance Bike Review

Balance bikes still have some catching up to do when it comes to variety compared to their pedaled competitors, but their popularity is soaring and this means that the choices are increasing. We have already started to see some very exotic designs, but I quite like the more traditional shape of the Kazam balance bike. This nifty offering from Kazam has been well received by the...

YBIKE Balance Bike Review

As there are already balance bikes made from metal as well as wooden ones, it should come as no surprise that there are plastic ones available too. One such plastic offering is from YBIKE and considering the construction material, it has very little in common design-wise with a typical pedaled bike. While many balance bikes mimic the design of pedaled bikes in order to help...

Strider ST-4 No-Pedal Balance Bike Review

If, like me, you also got tired of carrying a nagging toddler because he refuses to sit in a stroller but gets tired too quickly when you are out and about, a no-pedal balance bike like this one from Strider might be the solution for you.  Designed for toddlers from 18 months up until 5 years old, the Strider ST-4 promises to last you quite...