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KaZAM Classic Balance Bike

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  • 12 inch steel, patented frame design with footrest
  • Air Inflated Tires
  • Adjustable Seat and Handlebars
  • Quick Release Saddle Adjustment
  • Weight Capacity: 75 lbs
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Product Description

Kazam Balance Bike

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Do you have a three to six year old who is not riding a bike yet? With the KaZAM Balance Bike, your little one will never have to use training wheels. Try it and you'll understand why both toy experts and parents agree that KaZAM is the best balance bike and easiest way to teach kids to ride a bike.

Parents spend countless hours teaching their children how to ride a bike. When buying a training bike, most parents choose pedaled bicycles with training wheels. Training wheels may seem like the easiest way to learn to bike, but training wheels do not teach kids balance or proper bicycle steering. A bike with training wheels may even be dangerous since it can topple over if a child rides over uneven ground or turns a corner too quickly. Many parents struggle with weaning their children off of training wheels, and some kids use training wheels for two or even three years before finally learning how to ride a bike.

If you want to teach your kids to ride a pedaled bicycle quickly and safely, try the balance-first, pedal-next approach to learning to ride a bike. KaZAM bikes are the ideal training bikes because KaZAM teaches children how to balance and steer a bicycle. KaZAM is the only balance bike on the market uniquely designed with a foot rest. Children lift their feet up naturally and position them on to the foot rest maintaining proper balance and center of gravity similar to riding a traditional bicycle. KaZAM teaches kids coordination and balance and prepares them to ride a pedaled "big kid" bike.

Experts agree that KaZAM is the best training bike. You may have seen KaZAM on the NBC Today Show in May 2010. Toy expert Stephanie Oppenheim shared the best toys to get your kids moving and rated the KaZAM Balance Bike as the best in its category.



Features:
  • Adjustable chrome handlebars
  • Soft padded grips
  • Raised molded seat
  • Quick-release seat adjustment
  • Friction-free metal headset with bearings why-kazam-1.jpg
  • Air-inflated tires
  • Steel spokes
  • East step in; patented footrest design
  • Quality bike-dependent components

Specifications:

  • Weight: 11.2 pounds
  • Frame: Metal
  • Tire: Rubber; 12 inches
  • Wheel Type: Air
  • Weight Capacity: 75 pounds
  • Adjustable seat: 14 to 17.5 inches
  • Adjustable Handlebars: 18.75 to 22.5 inches
  • Dimensions: 33 by 4.75 by 22.5 (L x W x H)
  • Limited assembly required


Product Details

Color: BLUE
  • Product Dimensions: 33 x 4.8 x 22.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001K5QVZ2
  • Item model number: KZM11BL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (259 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,550 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's a great bike - well built, easy to assemble and very light.
LisaThan
With this bike my kids learned to ride a bike without training wheels by themselves.
Sonnenblume
The kazam bike was such a great way for him to learn how to ride a bike.
Robin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

169 of 180 people found the following review helpful By Wondermatic on October 18, 2010
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So the kid announces that she wants a blue bike. The Kettler trike is apparently no longer cutting it and she wants a "big girl bike." She's only three so I look at my options and while the Skuut is what everyone around here seems to have, I needed blue and thus purchased a Kazam bike.

In short, she loves it. It was easy to assemble and she learned to ride it in a matter of weeks. She has gone from basically walking on top of it, to learning to coast down the hills over the course of the summer.

My favorite things about the Kazam?
1. It's light. I can hook it to the handlebar of my stroller on the way home from the park when little legs are too tired to ride it home at the end of the day.
2. The seat is easily adjustable without tools. The kid is constantly growing and it's great to be able to just pull the seat up another inch when I see that she needs it.
3. Awesome customer service. Our front tire kept losing air. An email to Kazam customer service saw a new one on our doorstep in days. Plus the tool to fix it with. Plus stickers (a big deal if you are three).
4. It's blue. Really blue. Which makes the kid very happy. Just add a bell, helmet, a little bike bling and you are good to go!

P.S. My daughter is a tall three year old (90th percentile) and I think we will be able to use this bike for at least another year or two.
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103 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Kate H. on May 31, 2011
Color Name: GREEN Verified Purchase
I love this bike. One of my favorite aspects is how the cross bar dips down for my son to rest his feet. He's only 2 1/2 and is still learning to balance, but b/c the cross bar dips down I don't have to worry about his legs getting caught up in the cross bar when he falls. I only have one complaint (which is why I only gave 4 stars). My complaint is that the seat angles downward. I'm sure there's a solution to this. Maybe just a new seat, or attaching some gripper shelf liner with rubberbands so he doesn't slip forward so much. This may not be a problem as he gets older (and heavier), but right now it seems to give him a little trouble.

UPDATE 1/13/2013:
We still love this bike and do not regret the purchase. It's holding up great with use. BUT, enter into the picture a second child. When our youngest turned 2 we gave him a balance bike too. This time we decided to try the STRIDER ST-3 No-Pedal Balance Bike. While both bikes work great for our boys I prefer the Strider bike b/c it's almost 5 pounds lighter (6.4 lbs versus 11.2 lbs)!! Also, the Strider bike has molded wheels that do not need to be refilled with air (whereas we have to refill the kazam wheels from time to time). So, if we ever need another I'll be getting another Strider.
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63 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Trish on November 15, 2010
Color Name: PINK Verified Purchase
We purchased the sturdy reasonably priced (it was $75 then) Kazam this summer for our 2 and a half year old. We decided to get this since he could not yet reach the pedals on his tricycle and was pushing it around. As soon as I had the bicycle put together (easy minimal assembly required), he was walking it around the house. Within the hour he was careening around corners and trying to put his feet up to coast. He has had a few crashes, but is easily able to right the bicycle himself and continue riding. Due to the low platform, he does not get tangled or stuck on the bike when he tips it over, avoiding injury. Our son loves it and wants to ride it every day. He has made a couple of rides greater than a mile without difficulty. My husband and I agree that this is the best gift we have bought for our son so far. We could not say enough good things about the Kazam balance bike.

Update: Our son is still loving this balance bike at three and a half and cannot wait to ride it each day. His year old bike still looks like new despite all the use. We liked this bike so much that we bought another as a gift for our niece.
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52 of 62 people found the following review helpful By nancy c billings on August 15, 2012
I am the mother of fourteen children. I have tried all sorts of tricycles and bicycles over the years, from the Fisher Price, plastic trikes that my first four children used in their preschool days, to expensive bikes with clunky training wheels for my middle group of children. Those bikes offered an element of excitement as we never knew when the bike might suddenly tip over and crash. Once that happened in the middle of heavy traffic, and it took me a few days to recover from the panic.

Needless to say, when I saw a video of the Kazam bike, I knew we had to have one and give it a try. I can say with confidence that the Kazam bike is the best toy I have ever invested in for any of my children, oldest to youngest. It is so much fun to ride that the children wear themselves out gliding around the sidewalk and driveway on it. They are nice and tired come bedtime each night! The bicycle is small enough for a child that is short enough for his age but can be adjusted to fit a taller child. The joy in riding comes from knowing that one ISN'T going to crash, that if the slightest imbalance is achieved, one can just put his feet down and readjust. It gives children a feeling of control that they really need when attempting the new, difficult skill of riding a bike.

I used this bike for my last four children, and none of them needed "training" to ride a two wheel bicycle. They simply got on, tried working the pedals and ZOOOOOM! They were off! It was amazing! No more running down the sidewalk, holding onto the child's bike yelling, "Go ahead, I've got you!" only to have the child careen into a neighbors flower bed. The children hopped onto two wheel bicycles and took off. What a pleasure!
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