These aren’t your mother’s wheels!
Check out these super cool bikes and helmets that will keep your kids engaged and active!
SKUUT™ Wooden Balance Bike
The Skuut™ is a wooden balance bike for children ages 2 to 5. It has no pedals and no training wheels. Children kick off the ground as if running, thus pushing or “skuuting” themselves and the bike forward. The Skuut™ is perfect for learning balance, steering, coordination and independence. Having mastered balance on the Skuut™, the transition to a traditional two wheeler bike is easy. Easy to assemble and adjust. Priced at $99.99, visit www.amazon.com.
The Joovy Tricycoo is a tricycle for children as young as 18 months! The Tricycoo is the perfect way to introduce your child to balance and coordination, one step at a time. Your child will love the adventure of piloting their very first vehicle and parents love that they are in control while their child masters each stage of learning! Priced at $99.99, visit www.joovy.com.
Razor FlashRider 360
Yet another Razor improvement on the classic three-wheeler of the 1970′s, the FlashRider 360 turns and drifts on dual inclined caster wheels but adds a Spark Bar. Now kids can spin and spark! Priced at $109.90 visit, www.toysrus.com.
This exciting new play bike for kids ages 3-6 is so versatile – it’s three bikes in one! Quickly adapts from a four wheeler mini quad bike, to a trike, and then your tot’s first two wheel bicycle! Features highly efficient band brakes (front & rear), wide puncture proof rubber wheels for extra stability and quality construction. Quadrabyke ‘grows’ with the child’s development, an investment in your child’s safety, comfort and development have been carefully planned, designed and built to be both functional as well as easy to use. Priced at $119.00, visit www.bigtoysusa.com.
Bike safety has never looked so cool!
At Raskullz, they live to create products that inspire the imagination. They take products that kids need to have and turn them into products that kids WANT to have. Raskullz: changing the industry by making children’s products fun again. For a variety of styles, visit www.toysrus.com.