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10 Best Balance Bikes For Your Toddler

Hey there toddler parent (or grandparent)! Are you looking for the BEST balance bike for your toddler? You are in the right place!

In the last few years, the market has become absolutely flooded with a plethora of balance bike options. Unfortunately, many of these bikes are complete junk.

We’ve researched and personally tested dozens of balance bikes to help you sort through the weeds, save your hard-earned money, and save you time picking out a bike.  

Our favorite balance bike is the Woom 1. It is lightweight, easy for kids to learn to ride on, and holds it’s value well.

Our top pick for budget balance bikes is the Strider Classic. This bike lacks the bells and whistles of more expensive balance bikes, but is durable and gets you into the “Strider club.” Also, thanks to the brand name, the bike is easy to sell when you’re done with it, or to pick up used in the first place.

Looking for more options? Read on for our top balance bike picks, balance bike reviews, AND tips on what you should be looking for in a balance bike so you can make the best choice for your child.

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10 Best Toddler Balance Bikes

BikeWhat We LovePrice
1Woom 1Incredibly lightweight, low standover$249
2Prevelo Alpha ZeroInternal cable routing, brand name components$219
3Yedoo TooTooFun color schemes$199
4Pello RippleBrand name components$209
5Frog Tadpole MiniFits REALLY small riders$210
6Guardian Balance BikeSureStop braking system$199
7Early Rider ChargerPlus-sized tires$249
8Belsize 12Good value, pneumatic air tires$169
9Hornit AiroSuper lightweight, sleek design$185
10Kids Ride Shotgun Dirt HeroDisc brakes, convertible wheel size$340+
Budget Pick!Strider Classic or SportStrider themed races, contests, etc$99+

Woom 1

No matter the age, Woom bikes are as nice as they come.  The Woom 1, the smallest bike in the Woom line-up, is truly top-notch.  If you can afford it, there is no doubt that this bike will perform for your little one. 

The upright geometry and long wheelbase make the Woom balance bike stable and easy to cruise on.  And at a mere 6.6 pounds, this bike is super light making it the best balance bike for an 18-month-old.

The only bummer is the price. At $149, this is one of the more expensive balance bikes around. The good news is that Woom bikes hold their value well, so you can get a good price for it on the used market, or you can save money on your child’s next bike with the Woom Upcycle program.

Read Our Review: Woom 1

Price: $249

Prevelo Alpha Zero

The Prevelo Alpha Zero is as pretty as it is functional.  The sleek brushed-aluminum frame is lightweight and boasts internal routing for the brake cable to keep things clean and tidy. 

Speaking of brakes, this little balance bike has an easy-to-pull, easy-to-reach handbrake.  That, along with pneumatic (air) tires, quick-release seatpost, and optional custom-color grips, make the Prevelo a top-pick. 

Like the Woom, Prevelo has a TradeUp program which makes the cost of your child’s next bike more palatable.

Read Review: Prevelo Alpha Zero

Price: $219

Yedoo TooToo

If you want the prettiest balance bike on the market, the Yedoo TooToo is the winner.  The bike comes in an array of beautiful color schemes and has a pleasing aesthetic. 

Of course, we wouldn’t include a bike on our Top 10 list just for looking good.  The Yedoo TooToo also performs.  It includes pneumatic (air) tires, a rear v-brake, and reflective dots on the tires.

Our only complaint is that the saddle is a bit bulky which makes it harder for little riders (and those with diapers) to fit. There is also no quick release seatpost collar so you have to actually use a tool to raise or lower the seat.

Read Review: Yedoo TooToo

Price: $199

Pello Ripple

The Pello Ripple is the smallest bike in Pello’s line of fantastic kids bikes. In addition to being beautiful, the bike comes with brand-name components you’d find on an adult bike. These include Kenda tires, a Cane Creek headset, and a rear Tektro v-brake.

Both the seat height and handlebar height are adjustable, and the seatpost can be adjusted tool-free thanks to the quick-release seatpost collar.

The bike is a little heavier than the Woom 1, for example, so this is a better choice for bigger, more athletic toddlers.

Read Review: Pello Ripple

Price: $209

Frog Tadpole Mini

If you have a seriously mini rider, consider the Frog Tadpole Mini which will fit the very smallest toddlers.  This bike is one of only a few on the market with 10″ wheels and has an incredibly low minimum seatpost height of 9.5.” 

It also has pneumatic (air) Kenda tires and a rear handbrake which quite frankly is a bit unnecessary considering your child will likely outgrow it before they are old enough to learn how to use a handbrake.  We only recommend this bike if you are super antsy to get your child riding since you will probably have to buy a larger balance bike before your kiddo is ready for a pedal bike.

If your child is a bit bigger, opt for the regular Frog Tadpole instead–also a great bike.

Read Review: Frog Tadpole Mini

Price: $299

Guardian Balance Bike

Guardian offers some of the safest kids bikes around thanks to their SureStop braking technology. A single brake lever provides appropriate force to both the front and rear wheels to help prevent over the bars braking accidents. This is particularly helpful for young children–like those on balance bikes!

In addition to the smart braking system, we like that the bike has a long wheelbase which helps with stability. Finally, a removable steering limiter is yet another safety feature we appreciate.

The overall fit is a little larger than other balance bikes, so it’s a better fit for older toddlers.

Read Our Review: Guardian Balance Bike

Price: $199

Early Rider Charger 12

If your family likes to ride off-road, the Early Rider Charger 12 is the bike you want. It’s 2-inch wide, plus-sized tires provide plenty of traction as well as comfort. The high volume tires also great for playing in the snow.

We also love the brushed aluminum frame and faux leather saddle. This is one beautiful bike.

That said, we do think the bike is overpriced considering that it doesn’t come with a rear brake. There is routing to add one, but at this pricepoint, it should be included.

Price: $249

Belsize 12

The Belsize 12, while not a budget balance bike, offers a lot of bang for your buck. It is lightweight, has high quality components, and offers extras like a removable steering limiter.

We also like the pneumatic (air tires) and higher volume tires that offer get traction in all kinds of terrain. Because of the higher traditional top tube, and consequent higher stand over height this bike is a better fit for older or taller toddlers.

While we like almost everything about the bike, our one complaint is that it does not have a brake–something that older toddlers really benefit from.

Read Our Review: Belsize 12 Balance Bike

Price:  $169.99

Hornit Airo

At 6.5 pounds, Hornit Airo is one of the lightest bikes around that includes pneumatic air tires and durable spoked, metal wheels. This makes for an enjoyable rider experience (as well as making it easier for mom and dad to carry).

The sleek design is made to minimize opportunity for injury to little riders, and the bike comes in a wide variety of bright beautiful colors. It’s a great pick for kids in 2T pants and up.

While extremely light, be aware that some of the weight savings comes from the exclusion of additional features. The bike does not have a brake, a footrest, or a quick release seatpost collar.

Read Our Review: Hornit Airo

Price: $185 List

Kids Ride Shotgun Dirt Hero

Kids Ride Shotgun (one of our favorite bike seats for mountain biking) also makes the unique Dirt Hero balance bike. With two different wheel size options and an optional rear disc brake, the Dirt Hero caters to mountain bike kids who want to ride off-road.

The bike is suitable for kids aged 2 to 5 years and can accommodate a wide range of heights due to the customizable wheel sizes (12 inch or 14 inch).

Pros of the Dirt Hero include its easy assembly, the ability to grow with the child, pneumatic air tires for better traction, and the optional brake for safety and skill development. The bike’s mountain bike geometry and quality foot pegs are also advantageous.

On the downside, the Dirt Hero is expensive, lacks a quick release seat collar, and the full package with both wheel sizes and the brake can cost around $600. Its higher price point may deter some buyers, especially considering that there are cheaper alternatives.

Read Our Review: KRS Dirt Hero

Price: $340+

Strider Sport

Strider has managed to so dominate the balance bike market, many people use the word “Strider” and balance bike interchangeably.  There are two versions–the Strider Classic and the Strider Sport.

Both bike use the same frame and wheels. The Strider Sport has the addition of a handlebar pad and a longer seatpost that will last from 18 months to 5 years.

We don’t love the fact that the Strider doesn’t have pneumatic (air) tires, and it lacks a brake, BUT it is lightweight and comes in at a reasonable price.  It also gives you access to fun events like Strider races, which wins it a place on our list.

Read Review: Strider

Price: $99 (Classic) / $139 (Sport) List

Other Balance Bike Options

  • Need a budget option?  These are the BEST toddler balance bikes.  If you are on a tight budget, look at our list of the 7 Best Balance Bikes Under $100 instead.
  • Have an older kid?  We’ve hand-picked balance bikes that fit toddlers (18 months to 3 years old).  If you have an older preschooler, you’ll be better off checking out our list of the Best Balance Bikes For Preschoolers.  
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Honorable Mentions

There are so many good balance bikes these days that we couldn’t fit them all on our Top 5 list. These are balance bikes that are also worthy of your consideration.

BikeWhat Makes It UniquePrice
BentleyDisc brake$495
Eastern PusherIncredibly lightweight$139
FirstBike Composite frame$159.99 *
Early Rider LiteWooden frame$169
Co-Op Rev 12Use your REI dividend$139
Spawn Tengu 12Mini mountain bike$250
Norco Runner 12Bike shop option$199
Specialized HotwalkFat, airless tires$175
Cannondale Trail 12Lefty fork$225
Islabikes RothanNo longer sold in US (find one used)N/A


The Bentley balance bike is FANCY, which is exactly what you’d expect with that brand name. It has a super lightweight magnesium frame as well as a disc brake. Yes, a disc brake on a balance bike!

It also has a long wheelbase which makes it super stable. That in addition to the high volume air tires, make this a good option for tackling just about any sort of terrain.

If price is no object, this bike is a good choice.

Read Our Review: Bentley Balance Bike

Price: $495

Eastern Pusher

The Eastern Pusher balance bike is a tiny pushbike offered by the popular BMX company. While we don’t recommend many balance bikes on this list that don’t have pneumatic (air) tires, we like the Eastern enough we had to include it.

First off, the bike is crazy lightweight (4.6 lbs). This makes it ideal for more petite riders. Second of all, we found that the tires were non-marking and had good traction on our hardwood floors, which made it the toy of choice during one particularly long winter at our house.

Read Review: Eastern Pusher

Price: $139


With the growing popularity of balance bikes, the market has been flooded with new brands in the last few years.  Even with all these new entrants, the FirstBike is the one balance bike that still stands out for its uniqueness. 

The composite frame is safe, soft, and durable.  For toddlers, you will need the lowering kit that is sold separately, but that makes this an ideal “first bike.”

Read Review: FirstBike

Price: $159.99 (Last updated: 2024-06-19 at 01:00 – More Info)

Early Rider Lite 12

No balance bike list would be complete without an eco-friendly wooden frame.  Made of marine-grade birch, the Early Rider Lite is just a beautiful as a nursery decoration as it is fun to ride. 

With high-quality parts and a 100-pound weight limit, this bike is sure to last for years (in your garage, not a landfill)!

Read Review: Early Rider Lite

Price: $169

Co-Op REV 12

If you have an REI dividend burning a hole in your pocket, make sure to check out the Co-Op REV 12. This REI brand balance bike offers lots of bang for your buck.

It doesn’t have any bells or whistles (there’s no handbrake for instance), but it’s simple design is durable and it weighs in at only 9 pounds. Get it with a 20% off coupon or your dividend, and this is a great deal.

Read Our Review: Co-Op Cycles REV 12 Review

Price: $139

Spawn Tengu 12

spawn tengu 12 balance bike

If you are a mountain biking family, chances are you’ve already heard of Spawn. They make amazing kid’s mountain bikes, and the Spawn Tengu 12 is their smallest offering.

Thanks to the beefy, knobby tires, quick-release seatpost collar, and Tektro rear v-brake this thing is ready to head off road. Just make sure you can keep up!

Price: $250

Norco Runner

Like Spawn above, Norco makes some great mountain bikes for kids. The Norco Runner 12, however, handles better on pavement and hard packed surfaces than singletrack due to it’s semi-slick tires.

Still, the tires are pneumatic (air) and offer a bunch of volume to kelp cushion your child’s ride. It also has a hand brake and a low standover, which means it is a good bike to start on small and grow with.

Price: $199

Specialized Hotwalk

Like the Trek Kickster, the Specialized Hotwalk is a high-quality balance bike you can find at your local bike shop. It’s also unique in that it has high-volume airless tires. While we usually prefer pneumatic (air) tires, these ones actually do a great job of providing plenty of traction and comfort without ever going flat.

Aside from that, it has a nice low standover height and footrest for cruising. My only big complaint is that it doesn’t have a quick release seatpost collar.

There is also a carbon version of the Specialized Hotwalk that is very cool–and very expensive ($1,000).

Read Review: Specialized Hotwalk

Price: $225

Cannondale Trail 12

If you have a Cannondale, you might be tempted to get the Cannondale Trail 12. Like the older grown-up Cannondale mountain bikes, the Trail 12 has a lefty fork which I think is hilarious.

Humor aside, this is a good quality bike. It has pneumatic air tires and an Ahead headset. Unlike the previous version, it also now comes with a rear hand brake.

Price: $240

Islabikes Rothan

Islabikes Rothan balance bike

Like Woom, Islabikes is another company that has specialized in making fantastic bicycles for all ages of children.  While pricey, these bicycles have quite the following and always sell well on Craiglist (something to keep in mind if the price tag makes you bristle).  The minimum seat height on this bike is a bit higher than others (11.5”) so if you have a particularly tiny child, keep that in mind.

Note: As of Fall 2018, Islabikes is no longer selling their bikes in the U.S. market.  We are leaving the bike on the list in case you are fortunate enough to live in the European market or if you manage to find one used.

Read Review: Islabikes Rothan

Price & Where to Buy:

  • No longer sold in the U.S., search for one used

Comparison Chart: Toddler Balance Bikes

So how do all these bikes stack up?  Use this handy chart to compare price, weight, seat height, etc.  For more information on each category and on what’s important, continue reading below.

BikeWheel SizeMSRPSuggested AgeSeat HeightFrame MaterialTire TypeBike weightBrake?Multiple colors
Frog Tadpole Mini10"$20018 months - 2 years9.5" - 15"AluminumAir7.6 lbsYesYes
Yedoo Too Too12"$15918 months - 4 years12"-18"SteelAir8.4 lbsYesYes
Woom 112"$19918 months - 3 years10.8"-15.7"Aluminum
Air6.6 lbsYesYes
Prevelo Alpha Zero12"$19918 months - 3 years11.5-14.6"AluminumAir8.5 lbsYesNo
Frog Tadpole12" $21018 months - 3 years13.3" - 16.5"AluminumAir9.3 lbsYesYes
Pello Ripple12"$19818 months - 3 years11.5-16.5" AluminumAir8.8 lbsYesYes

How to Choose the Best Balance Bike for Your Toddler

Here are the most important things to consider when shopping for a balance bike for your toddler. 


Weight is a crucial deciding factor for bikes for kids of all ages but is even more important when we are talking about the 2 and under crowd.  Toddlers who are just learning get frustrated easily, and the lighter weight the bike is, the more likely there are to succeed in their efforts (without a temper tantrum).  When comparing two bikes of the same price, pick the lighter one.

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Hand Brake

At 18 months, toddlers do NOT have the coordination required to use a handbrake.  At this point, their feet work just fine as a brake. 

For that reason, I do not make a handbrake a big deciding factor when choosing balance bikes for toddlers.  That said, by 2.5 to 3 years old, kids begin to be able to use the handbrake and it is good practice for children getting ready to transition to a pedal bike. 

So, if you plan on your child using this bike for several years, consider buying one with a handbrake.

Kiddimoto Super Junior Max hand brake

Seat Height

The younger and smaller your child, the more important the minimum seat height.  If you put a child on a bike that is too big for them, they are inevitably going to crash, get hurt, and become quickly frustrated. 

Before buying a bike, measure their inseam and choose a bike with a minimum seat height no larger than their inseam.  At this age, kids need to be able to put their feet flat on the ground when seated.


Plan on spending a minimum of $100 for a high-quality balance bike.  If that is outside of your budget, check out our list of the best budget balance bikes.

You might also consider searching on Craigslist or asking friends about buying a used bike.  A decent used balance bike is generally a better choice than an inferior cheap balance bike. 

If price isn’t an issue (thanks Grandma and Grandpa!), then go straight for the Woom 1 or Prevelo Alpha Zero.  You won’t be sorry.


You have two options when it comes to balance bike tires: foam/plastic or pneumatic (air).  The foam or plastic tires are nice in that they never go flat (woohoo!), but my preference is always the pneumatic (air) tires. 

Why? Because they offer superior traction when riding on grass, dirt, and gravel.  While this may not be that important at 18 months when your toddler is likely to be riding on the driveway or even the kitchen, you’ll be surprised how quickly they become more adventurous and daring.

Balance Bike Tires

Wheel Size

While most balance bikes come with 12 inch wheels, you’ll also find some with 10 inch or 14 inch wheels. Most toddlers will do best with 12 inch wheels, but if they are very young or small, a bike with 10 inch wheels may provide the best fit. (We started our son on a 10 inch Haro, for instance).

On the other side of the spectrum, taller toddlers may want 14 inch wheels. (If this is the case for you, check out our list of balance bikes for older preschoolers instead).

The larger a bike’s wheels are, the easier it will be to roll up and over obstacles. They also make for a larger, heavier bike, so don’t move up wheel sizes until your child is truly ready to do so.

Steering Limiter

We really like steering limiters for young toddlers just learning to ride. A steering limiter keeps your child from over rotating their bars and crashing.

If your kiddo already knows how to ride, you can probably skip the steering limiter. But if your just starting your toddler on two wheels, this feature can be nice to have.

Our favorite steering limiters are removable not built in. This allows you to remove it to give your child the full range of movement once they are a little more aggressive.


Even within the narrow “toddler” category, there are different things you should be looking for based on how old the child is that you’re shopping for.

bentley balance bike in action

18 months – The best balance bike for an 18 month-old is going to have a VERY low minimum seat height and a VERY light weight.  A brake at the age is totally unnecessary, but is nice to have if you plan on keeping the bike around for a while.   The same can be said for tires.  At 18 months old, foam tires can be nice for riding inside the house, but by 2 or 3 air tires are the better bet.

2 years old – By 2 years old, you can skip the 10″ wheels and go right for a 12″ balance bike.  Pick a bike that will last a year or two, until your toddler is ready to switch to their first pedal bike.

3 years old – If your child (or grandchild) is already in a 3T pant, consider buying a balance bike off our list of best balance bikes for pre-schoolers instead.  If they are on the smaller side, stick with a bike on this list but make sure that it has a brake, a high maximum seatpost height, and pneumatic (air) tires.  By 3, kids are pretty aggressive on the balance bike.

A Word On Electric Balance Bikes

While most kids don’t need an electric balance bike, it is an option. These little bikes are intended to teach your child to balance AND use a throttle. They are particularly attractive to families who want to introduce their kids to moto riding.

Learn More: 9 Best Kids Electric Bikes For Toddlers To Teens

How We Test Balance Bikes

Because we can’t ride the balance bikes ourselves (well, we do do that sometimes but just to be silly), we have to spend hours watching little tykes ride these bikes. These are our kids, the neighbors kids, kids at the pump track.

While most toddlers will be riding their bikes in the driveway or cul de sac, we also try to test balance bikes under a variety of conditions. We take them off-road on grass as well as on unpaved trail and pump tracks. Basically, we do our best to use and abuse them.

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About Us

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The Rascals are a family of three. Kristen (mom), Blair (dad), and Parker (kiddo). We started Rascal Rides when Parker was born and we didn’t want to give up our passion for biking. As we learned, we shared. Over the years, we’ve tested hundreds of kids bikes, helmets, bike trailers, and more.

Kristen is a USA Cycling certified coach and loves to share her passion for biking with other families. Blair is a bike geek, mechanic, and mountain bike junkie. Parker is our resident tester and inspiration.

If you see us out on the trail, make sure to say hi!

25 thoughts on “10 Best Balance Bikes For Your Toddler”

  1. Is Cruzee USA going out of business? I can’t get a hold of anyone for replacement parts. This is HORRIBLE service for the amount paid for the bike.

      • Clearly far too little far too late, but we have taken over the US market now and would love to know what happened and try to address the mess that I trust did happen in the Amazon Store.

    • The US agent who was managing this was a disaster and made a big mess. We are the manufacturer and brand owner and we have now taken over US market. What parts do you need?

      Cruzee Team

  2. Hi,
    Have you had any kid testers on the Frog Tadpole Mini? I’m wondering how the handling compares to the Woom 1? And if that little bit of weight difference has a big effect on really young riders? Thanks

    • Re: Frog Tadpole Mini.. we have one and it’s a great bike. It is TINY. As in my big for his age son grew out of it before he was 2. Friends of ours whose kids are particularly petite have it now, and I think it’s a good fit for kids who are small rather than kids who are young. Our friends two youngest (18mo and 3) are both using and loving it. It’s got a much shorter wheelbase than the Woom, which made the cockpit cramped for my kid by the time he was sitting on the seat rather than walking with it between his legs. If your kid’s inseam is large enough already for the Woom, that’s the way to go.

    • Hi Lelsie,
      We haven’t gotten our hands on the Tadpole mini to do a full test/review, but I have had the opportunity to watch several children ride it….It handles as well as the Woom 1. The biggest difference is that it’s smaller. That’s great for truly TINY kids with short inseams, but the smaller wheels also make it harder to roll over obstacles….and it’s not going to grow with your child as long…..

  3. The Norco Runner 10 is a great bike for a 10″ wheeled balance bike. I think it would be a good addition to your list. Great colors, quality and cheaper than the 10″ you have listed at $150 US. My daughter is 22 months now and really starting to get the hang of it.

  4. I’ve been considering buying my niece a balance bike and I noticed there is a new one on called the Mobo Explorer Balance Bike and it’s a lot cheaper than what you have listed. Can you give a review on the pros and cons of that one?

    • Hi Brenda,
      Compared to the bikes on this list, the Mobo is a much “cheaper” bike. It has plastic wheels and tires, a quill-style headset, etc. Though I haven’t tested it out first-hand, like other similar bikes, I wouldn’t expect it to be exceptionally durable. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get it, just expect the quality to be more like a toy than a real bike that will last a long time / can be handed down, etc.

      If you are looking for a budget bike, you could also check one of the bikes on this list instead:


    • Hi HJ,
      I only have experience with the Wishbone 3-in-1. Its a great bike and one I recommend often for little ones who aren’t quite ready for a balance bike yet, but will be soon.

    • Hi Toni, Unfortunately there aren’t many balance bikes for kids older than 5. Your best bet is probably going to be to get a pedal bike, lower the saddle all the way, and remove the pedals. Your kiddo can then practice using the bike like a balance bike.

    • Hi Trish,
      The Trek balance bikes are good little bikes! The biggest difference between the Trek Kickster and the bikes on our “Top 5” list is the lack of a handbrake. The higher-end bikes also have things like an aluminum fork (rather than a somewhat cheap-ish hi-ten steel fork on the Trek), recessed bolts, a removable steering limiter, and top-shelf components (tires, headset, etc). So, to summarize: the Trek balance bike is a good bike, just not a GREAT bike.

  5. Great review, very helpful. What are your thoughts on the Mini Glider? I’d LOVE to buy anything from your list (REALLY want the Woom 1), but everything is out of stock from what I can find. The only one I saw available was the Yedo TooToo and I’m undecided on that. My son really wants a red bike and I’m not really digging the color choices, and I think a foot rest would be good for him. With his older brother’s bike, he likes to have daddy push him and he puts his feet on the foot rests, but who knows what he’d want/do with an appropriate sized bike for a 2 year old. Thanks.

  6. Hi my son is 15 months old and very comfortable on his kinder feet tiny tot 2in1 tricycle, which also turns into a balance bike. He goes very fast and goes up and down hills. I was thinking of transitioning him to a balance bike now, but most reviews say 18months so I’m a bit confirmed whether I should or shouldn’t. I feel he would enjoy it more because he’s outgrowing the seat height and if I raise the seat more then he hits the back axel of the bike (which wouldn’t be there when I turn it into a balance bike)

  7. I’d LOVE to buy anything from your list, my son is 1 year old and very comfortable on his kinder feet. He run very fast and goes up and down like hills. I am thinking bye for him to a balance bike now, the Trek balance bike is a good bike. I want to bye it. 🙂

  8. Hi and thank you for the review! This was really helpful. Unfortunately most of the bikes you mentioned (not the most expensive ones) are hard to find in stock. Are you maybe familiar with ‘ Co-op Cycles REV 12 Kids’? Thank you, Jelena

  9. Thank you for this helpful review. As other comments have suggested, there is not a lot of inventory right now. I am wondering what your 2nd, 3rd or 4th recommendations are for a light weight balance bike with 10-11” seat height with pneumatic tires. It doesn’t look like the frog mini and Woom 1 are going to be available any time soon 🙁

  10. Love your website. It was so helpful to this grandmother shopping for a balance bike. I purchased the Woom 1 last using the link. Can’t wait for Christmas.


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