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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Kazam Balance Bike
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.
- 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
- 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
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The balance bike had a rest for about 10 months, then his younger sister hopped on and has been happily riding it for 2+ years. She just started riding a two wheeler herself, and this bike is still in great shape, we're planning to sell it.
We had one issue about 7 months in where the wheels started to squeak and we realized a part had rusted. We contacted KaZAM for instructions to fix the part (we honestly thought it was our fault, we live in Seattle, it was a particularly rainy winter, and the kid had been outdoors in all weather, every day, for months. I was feeling rusty, too.). They were embarrassed, apologetic, rushed us free replacement wheels (that we hadn't asked for!!! and not just the rusty part!!) and were just plain spectacular about customer service. My take is that this is a company that cares immensely about really getting it right.
One tip for parents: both kids were wizards on the balance bike, but really struggled at first switching to a two-wheeler. I think part of it is that little kids' bikes are SO heavy and the kiddos were used to their light, zippy balance bikes. Some things that helped:
1. use the training wheels without pressure, and keep the balance bike in the picture for them to swap back and forth. They'll want to zoom without the pedal bike, too, before too long but first they need to master pedaling and kick brakes.
2. If you're up for family bike rides, and confident enough on your own bike (I'm not, but my husband is, luckily) the weeride trailer is a great option to get them pedaling and balancing but minus the steering and breaking.
3. Bike riding with other kids (especially ones with great bike manners, not whipping past your poor kid trying to balance) really helps get kids past that training wheels stage. A good time for parents to be pure proud (about the training wheels) and let peer pressure slowly take care of trying without them. :-)
My daughter took to the bike instantly. She was already starting to show signs of riding/balancing the bike within minutes of starting. Watching her the first few times, makes it seem clear to me that she will learn more easily, faster, and with less serious crashes than with a pedal bike. I think after a summer on this bike she will be able to easily transition to a pedal bike. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to get your child started on a bike!
The center "foot rest" isn't really something you should be concerned about either way (with or without). I found, as other reviewers noted, that they don't really use it, they pull their feet up to balance. So I wouldn't factor having the foot rest as either a positive or a negative. The bike is a little bit heavy for its size so I gave this 4 stars instead of 5. I know there are lighter bikes available, with nicer paint jobs, etc. than this one. But the build seems solid and it more than serves its intended function.
Given what I've seen in assembly and actual use of this "Bike" indoors, I wouldn't expect several years of use out of this product. And honestly I'm assuming when winter breaks and this hits the streets. A couple healthy crashes and this bike will likely be unsafe for use. Or will at the very least need some healthy "after market" tweaking to keep it together and functioning safely.
I love how the Kazam offers the foot rest area! I makes so much sense. It is a very sturdy bike that will grow with him until he's ready for a regular bicycle. We are beyond pleased with our purchase!