Balance Bike Giveaway-1-US-Ends 12/1 | Miki's Hope

Balance Bike Giveaway-1-US-Ends 12/1

Friday, November 24, 2017

This giveaway is sponsored by Balance Bike and hosted by Mom Does Reviews.

I wonder if I had one of these when I was a little kid if I would have learned to ride a bicycle? Of course that was many many many moons ago and they didn't have balance bikes back then. I do remember my Dad buying me a bike and trying to teach me---did not work out. I ended up going over the handlebars luckily into the sandbox (we didn't have helmets back then either). I have since NEVER been on a bike or anything else with two wheels. I did manage to learn to use my scooter somewhat----but in all honesty I have no balance to speak of. I bet if these had been around I might have learned!!

About the prize/product:

A balance bike is a bicycle without pedals that helps children learn counterbalance and steering at an early age. It is the perfect first bike for any child.

Balance Bikes are made for children ages 3+ and are available in 12” metal or plastic frames with six different color options. Our metal toddler bikes come with rear end handbrakes and our lightweight plastic toddler bikes weigh only 4.9 lbs and are water resistant.

With a push bike, children are able to focus on the most important part of riding a bicycle…balance. If a child learns how to ride on a pre-balanced bicycle such as a bike with training wheels or a tricycle, they become too dependent on them and develop bad riding habits. In addition, these riding styles don’t offer the same riding experience as a Balance Bike. They can easily get stuck on gravel or corners causing frustrations for kids. A push bike is made to ride exactly like a bicycle, no getting stuck on rough terrain or trouble turning corners.

One of the great things about push bikes is that they allow each child to learn and progress at a pace that they are comfortable with. As kids gain confidence, they will feel encouraged to balance on two wheels. If they ever lose balance, they can simply place their feet back on the ground.

The ultimate goal with any kids training bike is to help kids make the transition from their first bike to a bicycle. With these toddler bikes, that transition is made almost effortlessly. Not only will children love practicing, but they will have control over safety and be able to take charge of their learning speed.

Be sure to read Sherryl's review on Mom Does Reviews HERE.


One lucky reader will win a Balance Bike

The giveaway is open to USA

The giveaway ends 12/01/17 at 1159 PM EST

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Linda Moffitt said...

I believe I was 5-6 yrs old

elizabeth miller said...

I learned to ride without training wheels when I was around 5. I remember the very first time, just not the exact age.

Candie L said...

I am not sure. I guess I was an average age. THank you


hhkaufman78 said...

I think I was 5 years old.

Unknown said...

I was almost 5 years old when I first learned to ride a bike. I love these balance bikes, I would love to get them for my girls!

Unknown said...

I was four when I figured out riding a bike without training wheels.

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