YBIKE Extreme Balance Bike
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- Balance bike designed to help young kids learn to ride a bike
- Far-forward front wheel creates bigger turning circle
- High ground clearance works on almost any terrain
- All-aluminum, corrosion-resistant frame weighs 7 pounds
- For ages 3 to 5; measures 33 x 17 x 9.5 inches (W x H x D)
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But if the price and limited lifespan of the YBIKE is not a deterrent, I can strongly recommend this outstanding toy. It is one of the best innovations on traditional toys that I have seen.
Assembly was easy, took my husband and I about 5-10 minutes. One of our screws didn't have any threads, but the way the seat attaches we felt safe leaving one of them out until we can get a replacement.
It's built strong, and I can easily see it being passed down to friends and family when he outgrows it. He absolutely adores it, so that's what counts most, right?
Also, look around for better prices. I bought from another online retailer for $15 less that what is listed here.
Ok, let me explain....My daughter has been afraid to try her bike, even with training wheels....so, I get this, put it together in about 10 minutes and my daughter instantly gets on and starts riding it around the house....so, I suspect she will be on her bike a lot sooner....and WITHOUT training wheels. It's actually pretty amazing, and I would not have believed it if I hadn't seen it, but I do think my daughter will be riding quickly. In about half an hour she was moving and balancing pretty well. I think that using your feet to balance is actually better than training wheels....at least watching my daughter, it seems better, because I think she can catch herself if her balance starts to falter, and she is not relying on the training wheels. This really should have 4.5 stars, but I did take off half a star for two reasons. First, the directions were not that great and very small. But the real problem is that in the Amazon listing it makes it seem that it can take at least 120 lbs., however, on the frame it says the weight limit is 44lbs! That's a huge difference. I don't know which to believe. The forks are a plastic or nylon type, and perhaps that is the weak link??? This bike is REALLY light, and I think that also helps the rider keep control. The welds are pretty clean and nice, but now that I think of it, the seat is probably the weakest link, as it cantilevers off the frame. The seat is a hard plastic, and doesn't seem very comfortable, however, my daughter has not complained.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product. the only problem is that you can not lift the seatPublished 7 months ago by Bere Alvarez
Easy to assemble, Kids were riding immediately. Don't forget your helmet! Tires are great - no inflation, and no need for tubes, etc. at balance bike speeds.Published 20 months ago by Yo
Pretty heavy for a little one, but it's sturdy. Jury is still out as to whether it helps her balance/learn to ride a "big-girl" bike.Published on August 1, 2014 by bexican75
My son really likes it.
It is light but strong, so it seems to be safe.
My son really enjoys it.
We bought this for my grandson when he was 3, he has loved riding it. We can see how he has developed balance and I expect him to transition to a 2 wheeler easily.Published on March 9, 2014 by Denise P Shepard
The bike we received was for maybe a 2 year old. It has 3 tires total, one in the front and 2 that touch to make a large one in the back. It was not this picture at all!! Read morePublished on December 20, 2013 by Christine
My son loves the bike.. The only problem with it, is the seat.. It is a very hard plastic, and really hurts his bottom.Published on July 27, 2013 by Kristi