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Curb hops and wheelies are just around the corner. Designed for children as young as one, this pedal-free bike is inspired by classic German running bikes that teach toddlers balance and coordination. The bike is crafted from reforested birch and eucalyptus plywood with a smart design that converts from three wheels to two, growing right alongside little ones.
  • reforested birch and eucalyptus plywood; recycled packaging; organic cotton axle bag
  • award-winning ride-on toy: Listed in TIME Magazine’s Design 100 and winner of the JPMA Innovation Award 2009. Awarded Best Green Toy 2011 by Dr Toy.
  • suitable for ages 1 to 5
  • helps children learn balance and coordination
  • converts from a three-wheel trike to a two-wheel bike
  • as the child grows, the “wishbone” frame can be flipped, making the bike taller
  • seat adjusts 11" - 18"
  • bike weight: 8 lb 4 oz.
  • trike weight: 12 lb
  • tires: 12" pneumatic tires
  • warranty: 1 year
  • oversized item; requires additional shipping charge of $17.00
  • Item #30055638

3-in-1 balance bike

$229.95
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3-in1 Bike January 12, 2012
"We assembled the bike with three wheels. Everything was easy to assemble. You will need a phillips head screwdriver. We have a helmet for our son and although we have everything ready to go he has not really taken it for a spin. He is just a little short to be able to get a really good stance with his feet squarely on the ground. He is exactly one year and 30 3/4 inches tall. Another month and everything should be fine. Our neighbor also has the same bike and loves it. His daughter is 2 years and 4 months. I know it will be fantastic. We look forward to running after our son soon."
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