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Prince Lionheart Balance Bike

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  • Wood, Rubber
  • Teaches young children balance, steering, coordination
  • Great transition from ride on toys
  • 100% birch wood frame
  • Height adjustable seat
  • Solid rubber handgrips and 12" rubber tires
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Technical Details
Item Weight10 pounds
Product Dimensions23 x 5.7 x 11.9 inches
UPC049345076004
Item model number7600
Safety warningAlways wear a safety helmet
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation20 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation65 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB001QIH7QA
Best Sellers Rank #10,689 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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The Prince Lionheart balance Bike teaches young children balance, steering and coordination. It is a great transition from ride on toys. The frame is made up of 100% birch wood with a height adjustable seat and solid rubber handgrips. The tires are made of 12” rubber. This requires adult assembly. Always wear a safety helmet and don't ride at night.

Product Description

The Prince Lionheart balanceBIKE teaches young children balance, steering and coordination. It is a great transition from ride on toys. The frame is made up of 100% birch wood with a height adjustable seat and solid rubber handgrips. The tires are made of 12” rubber. This requires adult assembly. Always wear a safety helmet and don't ride at night.


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Customer Reviews

I bought this for my 2 year old son, and he loves it!
Rebel Shrug
The bike is very good for a child to learn balance and confidence in riding a bike.
Islander
It is well made, extremely easy to assemble, and seems built to last!
MamaMoose

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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Producer10 on September 30, 2009
I admit I was a little hesitant to order this bike with the one bad review. I'm glad I ended up going through with the purchase. I'll admit the directions I was following weren't the greatest but the bike was really easy to put together. Then when I finished, I found an addendum with much better instructions in the box. Oops. Luckily I had figured it out correctly so everyyhing was fine. I admit I hate assembling things and I had no problems.

Anyway as far as performance, me and my two and a half year old son were very happy with it. I can't imagine the [...] LIke-a-bikes being much better than this one costing less then 1/3 the price. I was impressed with my son hopping on and pushing himself along with no problem. I would think he'll be lifting his feet soon and can see this being his favorite toy as we scoot around town. I would definitely recommend this bike to anyone interested in getting his child to learn to ride a bike.

UPDATE Two years later - Originally wrote this review in September of 2009. Now that it's October of 2011 I thought I'd throw in an update. Still have the bike and it's in great shape other than a lot of wear on the tires which would still get a lot of miles on them if needed. Anyway as expected my son LOVED this bike and we would bike all over the neighborhood, on the local bike trail and down hills whenever we could find them. He did great on it and I was impressed with how fast he was able to balance himself on it and coast for several yards at a time. I decided to get a regular bike for him just after his fourth birthday early this spring. After about four minutes, he was pedaling the new bike like he'd been biking for years. Could have gotten him on it a lot earlier.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By 123ABC on May 29, 2012
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I was really excited about getting a balance bike for my 3 year old son. I was either going to get the Strider brand bike or this one. I thought this one was cooler and since it was recommended for 2-5 year old children I thought it would fit my son - He isn't exactly the biggest 3 year old you've ever met but he is not smaller then the average 2 year old. Anyway, when I got the bike and put it together the seat looked awful high for him. I measure the seat height at the lowest setting to be between 14 and 14.5 inches from the ground. My sons inseam is ~ 12.75 inches. I ended up returning this bike and getting the Strider which has a seat that will adjust from 11 to 16 inches. I wish they would have just noted the limits of seat adjustment in the add for the prince lionheart bike. I measured them before packing the bike back up - they are ~14 - 16.5 inches.

Other then the seat issue the bike looks cool - the wheels and tires make it... The front fork is a bit looser then I would prefer but its not like the kid is gonna be going off any sweet jumps with the thing. Also the handle bars are not height adjustable - I wouldn't really foresee that as being a big issue - the child will probably be on a pedal bike before you would need to adjust the bars.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Scott Strachan on March 1, 2010
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I was very excited when I ordered this bike and had high hopes. My son loved it but we only had the opportunity to ride it a few times. After a spill the steering arm broke away from the body of the bike. He is only 2 & 1/2 and weighs 35 lbs so I do not believe it was from excessive wear and tear. I have not yet contacted the manufacturer but will be doing so and plan to update this review. Depending on how the situation is handled I may be updating this review. Aside from the break it could be a great product and would get 4-5 stars. FYI, the break didn't cause the fall.

-Update: I contacted Prince Lionheart directly about the break and they are shipping me a replacement part with no hassles. Its nice when a business/manufacturer does the right thing. I do hope the break was a fluke. I will be adjusting my rating on the product. Great customer service!! There were reviews questioning the quality of the bike. The break aside I was impressed at the quality for the cost.

-My son still loves the bike and is learning to coast and balance well. The replacement part arrived promptly and without incident. We get so many comments and questions when we are riding at the park from curious and impressed parents. I am excited to get him on a big boy bike without training wheels. It should be an easy transition.

-Update: Wow, I wrote this a while ago. My son is now 5. When he transitioned to a big boy bike his biggest problem was learning how to pedal. That was the only reason he needed training wheels. After a month we took them off and went to the soccer field to learn to ride without the training wheels. My wife and I were a bit worried. We were shocked when he rode away from us without any problems or spills. Definitely a cool product.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By C. A. Torre on December 1, 2009
Love this bike! We bought this after my 4 year old broke the handle bar on his Skuut. The Skuut has a weak dowel connection to the main neck and it only took one fall to snap the handle off, with no way repair. This bike has a solid single bar that seems much stronger. This bike also has fatter and more forgiving spoked wheels that make for a nicer ride. The Skuut tires were nearly impossible to inflate because of the solid wheel element. My son loves to take this on the dirt track and in the skate park and it has held up very well.
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