|Product Dimensions||23 x 5.7 x 11.9 inches|
|Item model number||7600|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Safety warning||Always wear a safety helmet|
|Minimum weight recommendation||20 Pounds|
|Maximum weight recommendation||65 Pounds|
|Item Weight||10 pounds|
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Prince Lionheart 12 inches Wheels Wooden Lightweight No-Pedal Balance Bike for Toddlers with Adjustable Height padded Seat 100% made of Birch Wood 2-5 Years Old Max Weight 65lbs
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- Provide Years of Enjoyment – Height Adjustable 14.8in to 17in for different age and padded seat with a 12” rubber air filled tires - FSC certified.
- High quality - The natural design has a 100% birch wood from ethically harvested forests; Eco Friendly.
- Best fit for your kids - It is a great transition from ride on toys to pedal bicycle for age 2 Years and up.
- Learn how to balance - Prince Lionheart Balance Bike teaches balance, coordination, and steering.
- Simple set up - Easy to Assemble
- Teaches young children balance, steering, coordination
- Great transition from ride on toys
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From the manufacturer
Prince Lionheart - balanceBIKE
Prince Lionheart’s award winning balanceBIKE will teach your child how to balance—a crucial skill necessary before transitioning to a two-wheeled pedal bicycle. Your child’s sense of independence and self-confidence will become apparent as they learn to balance and steer at their own pace: first walking, then gliding. Have fun. Adult assembly required. Always wear a safety helmet and don't ride at night.
- 2-5 years
- Maximum weight: 65 lbs
-Teach them the art of balance, steering, and coordination before they learn to pedal.
- Height-adjustable, padded seat—14.8in to 17in; solid rubber handgrips; rubber, air-filled tires.
100% birch wood frame from a FSC certified forest—eco-happy
Prince Lionheart Chop balanceBIKE
Adjustable Padded Seat; 12" Rubber Tires.
Prince Lionheart balanceBIKE Stand
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|Item Weight||10.00 lbs||14.00 lbs||8.00 lbs||5.14 lbs|
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.
From the Manufacturer
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.
Always wear a safety helmet
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That said, there is a little room for improvement. (Knowing what I do, I would still order the bike over other balance bikes)
1. The right handlebar fell off when he was out with a relative.. and was lost. The wood underneath is not safe to ride without the handlebar. Then the left fell off. My son is three and rides the bike normally.... perhaps a stronger wood glue (or more of it). I would say that adults try not to carry the bike by the handlebars, but by the body to help prevent this from happening.
Prince Lionheart has an easy process for obtaining the replacement part. You can have it shipped or delivered to a store nearby for zero shipping cost.
This is the link for the handlebar: http://princelionheart.shptron.com/p/balance-bike-handlebar?pp=8
2. The seat does not have much padding. Some cush, but still hard enough to garner mention. I would double or even triple the existing padding to create a nicer ride for the little ones. Thinking of attempting this myself.
Again, we very much enjoy this bike. Thank you.
He LOVES this bike. He has mastered balancing and is getting good with steering in less than a week of use. I like that it has REAL tires, so they should be quite durable. The bike seems solid. (Just don't get it wet since it's made of wood.) Easy to assemble.
HOWEVER, I'm not sure this could be used for many 2 year olds. My son is short for his age, but definitely not shorter than the average 2 year old... and he is just tall enough to have his feet flat on the ground while using this.
Overall - I would definitely buy this again and plan on using it again with our next kiddo.
THat being said, unexplainably the back axle popped one day, making the bike totally unusable. Thankfully it was still under warranty; and best of all, prince lionhearts customer service was AMAZING. The number on their website sends you directly to someone's desk, not an automated system. Within ten minutes the problem had been solved. The rep had me email her a picture of the broken piece and she had a replacement wheel shipped out that day. I recommend their company to anyone looking for a balance bike- customer service like theirs is hard to come by.
Doesn't hurt that this bike is absolutely darling, and classic looking too.
Later that day she was curious and began trying it out in our (carpeted) basement. When she felt ready a week or so later we took it outside. In the month since I don't think she has ridden her formerly-beloved 12" bike. She absolutely loves this thing, has a blast riding it, goes up and down steep hills, coasts/balances as long as she has momentum, and can hang out on the bike when stopping for rest, snacks, to chat, etc. She has yet to fall even once because she could easily right herself with her feet while learning to balance.
She could probably switch to the 12" traditional bike with training wheels off or raised way up. But except for achieving some milestone she'll hit eventually anyway, I don't see a reason to push that. This bike is perfect for her now and I imagine will be through this year (and will get a lot of use - they're out on the bike trail or neighborhood streets at least once pretty much every day).
The fun she is having, the increase in her mobility, the confidence she is gaining, the safety of using her feet, and the safety of not being perched up high (farther to fall) on a normal bike all make this a perfect bike. So much so that I couldn't bring myself to give it four stars, even with one negative: Barely any cushion on the seat - which was fixed by folding up a small towel and taping it over the seat (clear packaging tape).
A relative visited for a few days with a 4-year-old boy who had ridden only tricycles before. He rode this bike around several times while he was here. When they returned home he started riding his older brother's bike without training wheels.
Top reviews from other countries
The seat is adjustable. Because it has a proper tyres it doesn't affect the ride on any surface. Very soft in use. It's quite heavy to carry around.
Highly recommended. A proper little bike for a little boy.