Built for Harlem kids ages 2-5, LIKEaBIKE is a pedal-less, chainless push bike that moves by foot power (“Flinstone” style).
LIKEaBIKE is the perfect introduction to the world of cycling. It’s specifically designed to complement the motor skills of young children, teaching balance and control at a much earlier age than traditional cycles with training wheels.
LIKEaBIKE is a great confidence booster. From the very beginning your child can make independent progress, pushing along to discover how it works. In a short while he will lift his feet and begin moving forward, balancing and revelling in their new found mobility! They will never need a bike with stabilizers, which prevent the development of balance. Your child will take to riding a bicycle instantly and naturally.
Designed with child safety in mind, and all parts are extremely robust. Although LIKEaBIKE only weigh around 8 lbs, the use of quality materials such as birch, beech plywood or Aluminium and high grade steel fasteners ensure that they can withstand and amount of rough and tumble. The saddle can be adjusted for height as your child grows, and cotton saddle cover id full washable. All LIKEaBIKE come with a two year guarantee exceptional for a product aimed at young children!
A first bike invariably becomes a child’s favourite toy. Children have an urge for movement and discovery and LIKEaBIKE enables them to playfully acquire coordination skills, foresight and agility. The feeling of riding alone is an exhilarating experience which helps to build self-confidence and safety. Whether they imagine it to be a copy of Dad’s mountain bike or a pretend horse, LIKEaBIKE will play an important role as your child develops. And when it’s outgrown, LIKEaBIKE becomes not just another old toy, but a lifelong reminder of childhood dreams…
Give your child the earliest opportunity to explore its enviroment and discover new worlds with LIKEaBIKE.
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