Strider’s Sport 12 is a lightweight, pedal-less balance bike that allows your child to straddle the bike with both feet on the ground and easily propel the bike by walking or running. This nimble steel bike lets your little one focus on the fundamentals of balancing, leaning, and steering without the distractions and complications of pedals or training wheels. The maintenance-free ultra-light wheels feature industrial foam tires so you’ll never have to worry about a flat. The built-in footrest with grip tape allows toddlers to easily glide with their feet up. The adjustable-height seatpost and handlebar let this bike grow with your kiddo. Plus, the Sport 12 comes with a second extra-long seatpost for even more range!
The Gecko is your child’s first ticket to ride. We installed a handle under the saddle so you can help them get started! Your son or daughter may not know their left from right, yet, but they’ll learn on the Gecko to balance, stand out of the saddle and stop at all intersections. We geared the Gecko to excel on pump tracks, trails and bike paths with Super-Gecko-Strength.
Kids don't realize that they can't do things. They just try. So even if your child isn't ready to pedal a bike, The MyKick balance bike lets them power along just by kicking. Your kids will quickly learn to coast and balance on two wheels. It's the natural evolution from riding in our bike trailers. With an adjustable seat post and handlebars, it grows with your child. Give your kids a jump on riding a bike with the Burley MyKick. - Comfortable rubber grips - Easily adjustable, kid-sized seat - Rubber, long lasting, flat-free tires - Quality, spoked wheels - Ball bearing hubs and headset
The Hedgehog is a preschooler’s "do anything" bike. Kids ride this rig to drop stairs, tackle trails, race BMX and hunt for caterpillars in the neighborhood. This bike’s lightweight, modern geometry and medium gear ratio make it a nimble climber. Hedgehogs’ low center of gravity make them easy for kids to control. Don’t be surprised if your son or daughter learns to balance standing on the Hedgehog’s top tube.
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