Balance Bike for Kids With Suspension
- Product type: Balance bike
- Age range: 2-6Y
- Recommended user height: 85-120cm
- Max user weight: 50kg
- Foldable: No
- Adjustable: Yes
- Seat heights: 33 to 42cm (from the ground)
- Product weight (net): 3.1kg
- Wheels size: 12''
- Wheels material: Pneumatic rubber
Original Rear Shock System
Experience the next level of comfort with our Original Rear Shock System! Specially engineered for Cyrusher's Children's Balance Bike, this innovative feature absorbs shocks and vibrations, ensuring a smoother ride for your little one. The rear shock system enhances stability, making it easier for your child to maintain balance while exploring the thrilling world of biking. With this advanced technology, every ride becomes a joyous adventure, promoting both fun and safety in your child's biking journey. Choose Cyrusher for a ride that goes beyond expectations!
Why Pneumatic Tires? not EVA foam Tires?
Our advanced pneumatic tires offer superior traction, especially on off-road terrains, providing an adventurous and stable journey for your little rider. Unlike EVA foam tires, pneumatic tires boast a knobbier design, enhancing grip and maneuverability. The increased flexibility of pneumatic tires ensures optimal shock absorption, delivering a smoother and more comfortable ride.
Balance Bike FAQ’s
What is the best age for a balance bike?
To get the most use out of a balance bike, the best age to start a child is between 18 months and 2.5 years.Starting them young will not only allow them to happily ride their bike independently for all of their toddler years, it will also allow them to move up to a pedal bike by age 3 or 4.
How many years do kids ride them?
Kids generally ride balance bikes for 1 to 2.5 years, depending on the age they start, their athletic ability, and their developmental readiness.
What are the main benefits of a balance bike?
Balance bikes over other types of bikes for toddlers has five main benefits. Balance bikes…
- Fit kids much better than tricycles or bikes with training wheels
- Move easily and safely over uneven surfaces
- Are light and easy to ride – kids can ride much farther
- Provide years of fun and independent riding before a child transitions to a pedal bike
- Eliminate the need for training wheels – balance bike graduates usually learn to ride a pedal bike in about 5 to 10 minutes.
How do they compare to training wheels?
Training wheels significantly delay a child’s ability and desire to ride a bike. Balance bikes teach toddlers and kids how to ride while balanced, whereas training wheels teach how to ride while unbalanced.
Bikes with training wheels tilt to one side, creating a false sense of balance. In order to ride without the training wheels, a child must “unlearn” how to ride unbalanced and then learn how to ride while balanced.
Are they better than a tricycle?
Balance bikes are much safer and more practical than tricycles. With three wheels, tricycles are slow, awkward to maneuver, and easily tip on uneven or angled surfaces. On a balance bike, children are focused on balancing rather than pedaling. As a result, they are more prepared for an unexpected loss in balance and are much less likely to fall.
How do you ride one?
There are four stages to learning how to ride a balance bike. While some kids need a little instruction, most kids intuitively move through these stage on their own. So you don’t really “teach” a child to ride a balance bike. These stages simply help parents to understand what this process should look like.
- Stand and walk
- Sit and walk
- Sit and run
- Run, glide, and explore!
Where do kids put their feet?
Balance bikes do not require a footrest. Kids naturally pick up their feet as they are gliding. In all our years of testing, we have rarely had a child ask where to put their feet on the bike, but A LOT of parents ask that question :-).
Can I use a regular bike as a balance bike?
For kids ages 5 and up, removing the pedals of a regular bike is a good and affordable option, but is unpractical for toddlers and preschoolers. Pedal bikes are much heavier than balance bikes, making them more difficult to learn to balance.
It’s important to remember that balance bikes are more than simply the means to an end. While balance bikes DO prepare kids to ride a bike, they also offer toddlers years of fun and independence BEFORE they are tall enough to fit on the smallest pedal bike.
Can you add pedals to a balance bike?
You cannot add pedals to any balance bike, but a few balance bikes are designed to convert to pedal bikes.