16 Inch Kids' Gyrowheel White Tire Model
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- Replaces the conventional front wheel of most kids’ bikes
- 3 stability settings Reduce stability level as skills improve
- Simple on/off button, light and sound indicators
- No special assembly, installation or tools required
- Powered by internal rechargeable batteries and comes with a charger
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Gyrowheel is a revolutionary front wheel for children's bikes and is a better solution than traditional training wheels. Powered-on, Gyrowheel delivers high stability at low speed to help keep the rider upright. The rider learns correct riding technique and enjoys a safer, easier and faster learning experience. Plus, it’s more fun and effective than training wheels. Learning with Gyrowheel is less frustrating and more exhilarating for parents too! Watching a new rider enjoy the freedom of two-wheeling for the very first time is priceless. IMPORTANT NOTE FOR 16 INCH KIDS’ GYROWHEEL: Please ensure that the bike you are purchasing this 16 Inch Kids’ Gyrowheel for is a 16 inch kids' bike only. The tire of a 16 inch kids' bike is 16 inches in diameter, including the tire. 16 inch bikes typically accommodate children who are 40-52 inches in height. The 16 Inch Kids' Gyrowheel should not be used by riders who exceed 100 lbs.
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I bought him a "Strider Bike" walking two wheeler he used that for a time, but wanted a pedal bike like the other kids.
I saw an ad on line for a "Gyrowheel" Training wheel replacement. I bought it, installed it, had my nephew run along holding the back fender of the bike/w Gyrowheel while my grand-son pedaled.
IN LESS THAN 100 FEET THE BOY ROAD AWAY BY HIMSELF Now grabs his bike and rides anytime he wants.
PS I think he no longer needs the wheel.
- There is no live customer support. You can only contact them through email.
- I believe I have a defective gyrowheel and want to send it back to them, but they have not responded to my 6 emails. My next step is to try and get Amazon to take it back.
- You better be ready to get frustrated with this product.
- Gyrobike is a poor run company, who sells a poor quality product. If you have a better way to teach you kid to ride, I'd suggest doing it.
It is a great idea, but has not been designed well-reliable. Once this matures, it will became a great buy.
My kid learned to ride during the two effective charges we got. First lasted 20 minutes (high) and the second one 12 minutes (med).
I learned to replace the bicycles wheel in under 2 minutes with all that practice...
Honestly I'm a little frustrated she didn't need it longer. It taught her very quickly to keep her balance, and turning the wheel while riding wasn't a problem. The wheel couldn't have worked better as a traning aid, and we will be passing it to others.
Highly recommend it, it is worth the money.
We started with the Gyrowheel on a Wednesday morning. She kept leaning far to the left and rode into the grass twice. On the third try, she rode about twelve feet on her own. She rode about 20 yards on her fourth try. By Thursday morning, she was riding half a city block with minimal interference (she forgets to pedal and has to be reminded). When the battery began to die and the gyroscope began to stop, she was able to stay up on her own for short trips.
Battery life is pretty short - about 1 1/2 hours on the highest setting, but that's the only change I'd make. The first model we received was defective, and Gyrobike sent us a new one (even though we bought through a third party seller - the excellent Balanced Bike Trainer) very quickly.
In short, I highly recommend this. It was well worth the money.
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