JOYSTAR 14/16 Inch Balance Bike for Toddlers and Kids Ages 3-8 Years Old Boys and Girls - Sport Kids Balance Bike with Handbrake - No Pedal Training Bicycle
THE BEST WAY TO LEARN TO RIDE - A balance bike provides a safer, faster way to learn to ride a bike by letting your child master balance and steering first in a distraction-free way. Once they are comfortable gliding on a balance bike, riding a pedal bike becomes easy.
Please don't hesitate to buy one perfect for your toddler!
JOYSTAR Striker 14"16" Kids Balance Bike
for 3-8 Years Old Boys & Girls
Learning to Ride Easy
Your child starts with their feet on the ground pushing themselves along. Soon their strides will become longer and longer until they’re gliding along just as they would on a standard bike.
14-inch/16-inch wheels with pneumatic tires provide a comfortable ride. Ball bearing headset with steering provides smooth steering and added stability.
The quick release seat collar offers easy seat height adjustments, allowing the balance bike to grow with your child. Front Caliper hand brake provides excellent stop power while sliding.
Design for Every Child
JOYSTAR Balance bikes are tailor-made to kids’ proportions because a better fit leads to faster learning and more confident riding – so your child can spend less time wobbling and more time having fun.
A great bike for by 7-year-old
This bike has been wonderful for our 7-year-old ASD kiddo. It's a great confidence builder for kids who have any kind of motor planning/developmental delays. It's sturdy, yet lightweight for me to easily carry if I have to.
Great bike for my 6 year old
Worth the money for the confidence that was built in our son riding this for no more than 10 minutes and he rode his big boy bike, without training wheels! Our son just turned 6 and is VERY tall for his age, so the center of gravity is higher on his bicycle.
Good size for 4 year old
My daughter is nearly 5 years old and has already transitioned to a 14 inch pedal bike and rides that just fine without training wheels. We bought this bike just because the pedal bike was proving to be unsafe for her to ride on the sidewalk during long walks
Gets Kids Outside
Playing outdoors has been proven to have a variety of benefits for kids
Bicycling not only engages the whole body, but also multiple different parts of the brain.
Learning to ride a bike is difficult. mastering that skill can boost kids’ self-confidence
Keeps Physically Healthy
Riding a bike is a great way to ensure that kids stay active and healthy.
Enjoy Family Time
Cycling with kids can help you be close to them, understand their problems and worries
Easy to Get Around
Riding a bike becomes a quick and healthy way for them to get to and from school, sporting and play activities.