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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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YBIKE Extreme Balance Bike (Pink).

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  • ASIN: B00DR7NIMU
  • Item model number: YBIKX2-PARENT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #406,742 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Robert Moore HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 14, 2010
Color: Orange Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Although this is called a "bike" it is really more of a scooter that a small child can sit on and propel themselves with their feet. The child I gave this to enjoyed it immensely, though I can understand the concerns other reviewers had about its suitability for kids older than 3 or 4. But for a child in the 3-4 age range, it is quite a remarkable toy. Whether its limited shelf life justifies the price is something that each parent will have to decide for themselves. But tricycles also have a limited life span as usable toys, and I would definitely prefer a YBIKE to a tricycle. I think the YBIKE would help develop the balance and coordination needed to later ride a bike much better than a regular tricycle.

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.
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Color: Orange
I have a large 2 1/2 year old. He's about 3' 4" tall, and right around 40 pounds. This bike fits him perfectly, which is great for Christmas morning, but I'm worried that by the time summer gets here, he will be too big for it. The pictures and age range here are very misleading. I can't possibly imagine a 5 year old enjoying this tiny bike. As others have said, it's not adjustable at all.

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?
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Color: Pink
My child is 4 years old, about 50 percentile in height, and she found the seat level too low. She could not glide at all as a result. The problem is there is no way to raise the seat. I called the company and the representative said, "we sell a lot of these and no one ever called about that issue, so I don't know what to tell you." Most likely I have to get yoga mats and cut that out to add height to the current seat. I had bought a glider for my older daughter, and that product allows for seat height adjustment. My personal opinion is the glider is better designed. Something to consider when looking at these products.

Also, look around for better prices. I bought from another online retailer for $15 less that what is listed here.
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Color: Pink
Let me start by saying that back last December I started working with my then 6 year old son trying to teach him to ride his bike. After many unsuccessful back breaking hours someone watching suggested we take the pedals off. I thought that was odd and kind of dismissed the idea. He lost interest in riding. Fast forward to his 7th birthday and a new bike and more back breaking hours of trying to teach him to ride. NOT FUN! I started to question if I could outsource this task. (kidding of course) He finally got it but it took a while! While all this was going on I saw this ybike at a consignment sale and picked it up for my 4 year old daughter. She loved it! For the last 3 months has been zooming all over the place on this thing..she would get going and pick her feet up and coast/balance turn all over. So this Christmas all she wanted was a "big bike with no training wheels". I took her out today for the first time and I kid you not after 5 minutes of me barely holding on to her hood she had the hang of it and was riding like a pro..well maybe a semi pro. We came home and the first thing her brother asked is how she learned so much faster than he did? I know it was this bike! (and her strong will and determination) but the whole hour we were out she fell off maybe 3 times and she jumped back up before I could get to her and was off again. While I only paid a fraction of the price because it was used, knowing what I know now, I would say it is worth the selling price!!
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By Marie on November 28, 2013
Color: Orange
Beloved bike. From 3- 4.5 years this was the favored bike. Despite not being adjustable, it was still the best purchase I've ever made for my son. He'd spend hours on it and very quickly learned to ride it terrifyingly fast and in great control. Everyone comments on how easily he rides around on this. The tires are super wide (for balance) and construction very sturdy. This is far superior and easier to ride than any other balance bike he has hopped on of any of his friends. Everyone else is always trying to borrow or trade bikes with my son. It lasted two seasons before he outgrew it, but it was totally worth it for the many hours of use.
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Color: Orange Verified Purchase
I got this for my son's 3rd birthday. It is pretty solid and sturdy, however, he was too big from it almost from the get-go. He also gets confused about it not having pedals and has told me a few times that it needs training wheels. It would be very nice if the seat was adjustable to make it usable longer. He'll probably be getting a regular bike for his next birthday.
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Color: Pink Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Update 10-2-10: I just wanted to note that this leaves a bit of a black mark on our would floors, and it is pretty tough to remove. Of course, this isn't really meant for indoor use. LOL. My daughter still loves it!

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.
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