Ride Specialist launches Ultra Lightweight and Durable Toddler Balance Bike

Ride Specialist launches a revolutionary new balance bike with air tires and brakes that will help young kids learn to ride a bike more quickly and safely than ever.

Salisbury, United Kingdom - June 13, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Ride Specialist have just launched their new push bike which they claim will get kids and toddlers riding confidently more quickly than ever. The product’s most significant features include that it is extremely lightweight, highly adjustable, and is fitted with a hand brake and rubber air tires.

The use of a rear wheel handbrake and rubber air tires, rather than EVA foam tires as used on many other coaster bikes, aims to provide young kids with a more realistic experience of what riding a bike is like. The bike will teach young children how to balance and steer on two wheels without the use of training wheels, which they claim are counterproductive. Kids will learn safely at their own pace and develop confidence, before moving onto a real bike when they are ready.

The height of the seat and handlebars is highly adjustable, which enables the bicycle to grow with your child. The bike is particularly suitable for children from 2 – 5 years old but can be used by a toddler as soon as they can walk or a child of around six years old. The bike is made to last and should last for years of use.

“Our balance bike aims to remove the fear associated with learning to ride a bike and help young kids gain confidence balancing on two wheels”, a spokesperson was quoted as saying.

The bike has been made extremely lightweight so that even a toddler can pick it up and carry it. It can be carried in one hand by an adult and fitted to the back of a stroller. Despite being lightweight, the steel frame is virtually indestructible and should last for years without encountering any damaging wear or tear.

The first color that the bike will be released in is blue, with a smart finish and the Ride Specialist logo printed in white. More colors are said to be coming out soon. Due to the elegant design and gift-style packaging box, the product makes an ideal gift for any young boy or girl.

Ride Specialist is a very new and fresh company that started out to bring high quality but easy-to-use and durable products to aspiring young cyclists everywhere. This sport bike was inspired by this very idea and demonstrates the company ethos very clearly.

It is on sale now on Amazon.com and can be purchased here at Amazon.com

Contact Info:
Name: Charlie Paines
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Organization: Ride Specialist
Address: undefined, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP3 5PY, United Kingdom
Website: http://ridespecialist.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 523722

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