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Glide & Go Balance Bike®

Quickly Learn to Ride a Bike!
Ages 2½ - 5 | Model 802A


1 x Glide & Go Balance Bike®   +$49.99

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Boost your child's confidence by giving him/her a more fun and effective way to learn to ride a bike! This pedal-free beginner bike allows your child to focus on balance, preparing him/her for a two-wheeler in no time. Avoid wobbly and frustrating training wheels altogether! The Glide & Go Balance Bike™ features Traction Tread™ tires that hug the road and a sturdy steel frame for durability. The comfort seat adjusts to grow with your child and the ringing bell offers additional fun. For ages 2½- 5 Years.

  • Pedal-free beginner bike allows child to focus on balance
  • Adjustable grow-with-me seat
  • Traction Tread™ tires hug the road
  • Sturdy, light-weight steel frame for durability
  • Real ringing bell
  • For ages 2½- 5 Years
Ages: 2½-5 Years
Assembled Product: 34.25" L x 16" W x 20" H
Front Wheel: 11.00 x 1.5”
Rear Wheel: 11.00" x 1.5”
Seat to Floor: 14.5" -17.5"
Seat to Handle: 18" -18.5"
Weight: 6.83 lbs.
Weight Capacity: 50 lbs.
Carton Dimensions: 29.20" L x 6.30" W x 13.40" H
Model: #800A
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Glide & Go Balance Bike® is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very sturdy Radio Flyer provided me with a free sample to test and try out. This bike seems very sturdy and solid, which is important to me because my kids are really tough on outdoor toys. It will be able to withstand crashes and being dropped to the ground without a problem. It was really easy to put together, tighten two bolts. My 4 year old son and I worked on it together in under 10 minutes. The size of this bike seems like a good general fit for just about everyone. There are some glide bikes that have so many size options, its impossible to fit to the right size, whereas this one seems like it could work for younger kids and older ones too. My son felt secure sitting on the seat and riding it in the driveway, which is important because he always felt uneasy/like he was going to fall off his sister's bike with training wheels.
Date published: 2019-03-10
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