Xtend 3-in-1 Convertible Kids Balance-to-Pedal Bike
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The Xtend balance-to-pedal bike was designed to give your child the skills and confidence they need to ride a pedal bike without training wheels. Thanks to the easy pedal installation system, you can take your child from balance bike to pedal bike in seconds, with three simple screws.
- The best way to teach your kids to ride
- The only extendable bike in the world!
- Suits kids aged 3 to 6+
- Multi-stage product
- Quick and easy assembly
- No need for a bike shop
- Adjustable seat and handlebar
- Front brake
- Stylish & Extreme design
- Lightweight magnesium frame
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Excellent little bike
Great little bike, well made and looks, good our grandson loves it.
Hi Diane, Thank you for choosing smarTrike for your grandson! Enjoy this wonderful time as he learned how to balance and ride his first bike. Regards, the smarTrike team
My opinion, don't use stabilizers!
I see a lot of parents here asking about stabilizers. I taught my 3 children to ride a bike, and I never used stabilizers. They're just counter-productive. They don't teach children how to balance, they make the bike less agile, they only teach kids bad cycling habits, they can't be used on uneven ground in addition to being ugly and noisy. Stabiliser graduates still have to learn the primary skill ‚Äì balancing ‚Äì with a sudden transition from being supported to unsupported, which can result in wobbles, crashes and loss of confidence. Don't use them, don't need them.