Having two boys, I love making sure they stay active outdoors. My oldest seems to be able to pick up on everything he does without any fears. My youngest on the other hand is much more cautious. We have been working on him learning how to ride a bike, but he is terrified of falling off. Prince Lionheart has come to the rescue with the perfect solution to get young children comfortable riding on their own.
We were sent out this super cool Chop balance bike to check out. Both of my boys were so excited to help me out while putting the bike together. I am not always so mechanically inclined, but I was able to easily assemble this bike within ten minutes. Though my oldest son is a bit big for the bike, he felt the need to make sure it was okay for my youngest to ride safely.
My youngest was super excited to be able to get on a bike with two wheels and have the control to not make it tip over when he was riding around. He has never been keen on riding around our block because he has always been so nervous while riding around. With the Chop Balance Bike, he was begging to go around the block with us.
These bikes are meant for kids ages two to five. This is well built out of wood. I think personally my favorite part is that these bikes have real rubber wheels. So we don’t have to listen to the sound of plastic on the rocks in the driveway. Which can drive my husband crazy. This bike helps build your child’s confidence while learning how to properly balance on a bike. This also lets your child feel like one of the “big kids” without having all the worry of the head injuries. Though, I did make sure after we got pictures with the boys and the bike, that they went straight to our shed where we keep our outdoor toys so they both could get their helmets on.
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