Balance bike for kids age 2 - 5 years
Prince Lionheart’s Balance Bike will teach your child balance – a crucial skill necessary before the transition to a two-wheeled pedal bicycle. Your child’s sense of independence and self-confidence will become evident as they learn to balance and steer at their own pace: first walking, then gliding. Have fun. The Prince Lionheart balance Bike teaches young children balance, steering and coordination. It is a great transition from ride on toys.
The Junior Quest is a sporty and stylish doll transport with true-to-life functionality that helps foster your child's imagination and encourages hours of playtime.
Appropriate from: 3 Years & Up
The Mini Micro 3in1 is the quality ride-on that ‘grows’ with children from age 1 to 5. Start with the ride-on seat at age 1, moving to a stand-on scooter with short O-bar at age 2, and convert to the Mini Micro with TBar at age 3 . Polyurethane wheels make for a smooth, quiet ride, and the stable, upright design, low deck, soft edges, and rear spoon brake provide an extra measure of security. Please note: In other parts of the world, the Mini 3in1 seat has 2 height settings. In the USA, the Mini 3in1 has just one setting - the lowest setting - to conform with ASTM standards. For children up to 44lbs. - See more at: http://www.kickboardusa.com/childrens-kids-kick-scooter/micro-3-in-1#sthash.Se3CAiKT.dpuf
BIT is the ultimate machine to help children take their first steps in the world of two wheels, run on their own and develop their balance and coordination.
Balance bike for kids age 20+ months
The Original PlasmaCar is an innovative, ride-on toy that harnesses the natural forces of inertia, centrifugal force, friction, and kid power!
ROCKING RABBIT A playful rendition of the traditional rocking horse, this rocking rabbit is sure to win the race!
Meet the ‘Spherovelo’, a unique push along ride on for 10-24 month olds. Even earlier with mum or dad's help. The Spherovelo is the world’s first ride on to accelerate the development of young children by helping them make the connection between their senses (vision, pressure, equilibrium) and their motor system.