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Toddlebike2

Kory has really enjoyed riding around on his Toddlebike. When Kory first mounted the Toddlebike2, he seemed a bit unsure (he even sat on it facing the opposite way round!) but each time he climbed on I could see he was growing more and more confident. He found it a little hard to begin with but now there is no stopping him!

Learning to ride a bike is one of life’s most exciting challenges, children are usually between the age of 5-6 years old by the time they are ready to use pedals (some before, some after – it’s not a competition!) and a balance bike between the age of 3-4 years old. The Toddlebike2 is the perfect way to introduce your child to riding a bike and to start their independent riding adventure.

The Toddlebike2 is a unique pre-balance bike designed to give children between the age of 18-36 months the best start on their cycling journey. It is super-light weight (0.8kg) and it can be used for indoor and outdoor use.

The toddlerbike2 is available to purchase from the toddlebike website. http://www.toddlebike.co.uk and it can be bought in 3 colours. Blue, red or pink. If you would like more information, toddlebike can be contacted on the following platforms:

Twitter: @toddlebiker

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/toddlebike

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/toddlebike

Email: info@toddlebike.co.uk

Let the cycling fun begin!

* Please note, I recieved this product in exchange for an honest review. All views and opinions are my own. *

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