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from ASA Products
Kids 2–5 can ride around in this cool variation on a toddler trike.
from The FirstBIKE Company
Preschoolers 2–5 can gain confidence and balance with this no-pedal, self-propelled balance bike that paves the way to riding a big kid bike.
The Kinderfeets balance bike helps kids 2+ learn to ride a two-wheeled bicycle.
from Funtastic Limited
The QuickSmart Scuttlebug is a bug-shaped folding tricycle. There are no pedals, so toddlers use their feet to push themselves along. The tricycle can be used outside, but its quiet, non-scratch…
The 20-inch Mode 90 Boys' Freestyle Bike is a single-speed bike that is ideal for beginning trick and basic neighborhood riding. The steel frame features an advanced design that makes it possible for…
The DC Super Friends Batman Lights & Sounds Trike has lights, action sounds, and Batman phrases. Press the button on the walkie talkie to hear Batman say different phrases. Press the two turn…
The PlasmaBike is a self-balancing bike designed to help children make an easier transition from a three-wheeler to a two-wheel bike. Its two wide wheels ensure that it won't tip over when…
The Zike is a combination of a bicycle, a scooter, and an elliptical trainer. With a frame, wheels, gears, and brakes like a traditional bicycle, Zikes are powered by the rider who stands up and…
Traditional bikes have been around for hundreds of years, but Zike has given the bicycle a radical new look. The Zike Saber is a combination of a BMX bike, a scooter, and a stair-stepper machine.…
The Skuut is a wooden bike for children ages 2-5. The Skuut has no pedals and training wheels. Children kick off the ground as if running, thus pushing themselves and the bike forward. The Skuut is…