Little ones will be ready to ride on the Free Wheelin' Rider Sport. This convertible balance bike features a durable body, sturdy wheels, and easy-to-turn handlebars. Young children can push themselves along on three wheels, but as kids get older, adjust the height and go from three wheels to two.
To ride, kids simply use their feet to push themselves along. The handlebars, which have textured grips, allow kids to steer the front wheel. Three wheels give beginners extra stability, while two wheels prepare young kids for the basics of riding a real bike.
The Rider Sport is available in pink, silver/grey, red, orange, green, and blue.
This is a cool way to get young kids active. It's kind of like a first ride-on, and because it's a balance bike and pushbike, it will help kids develop gross motor skills. It's so lightweight (only 3 pounds) that it will be easy to bring on the go, and your kid might even be able to lift it himself.
This is for ages 1 and up with a maximum weight limit of 80 pounds.
Assembly is required and took us 10 minutes to do. You'll need a lot of arm muscle to tighten the bolts, but it was actually pretty easy for an adult to do.
The seat height can be adjusted between 10.63 inches and 11.42 inches. Both child's feet must touch the ground for proper use.
Children should always ride while wearing protective equipment, such as a properly fitted helmet. A helmet is not included.
Adult supervision is required.
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