The bike they won't want to outgrow.
The flames on the wooden frame of Early Rider's Classic Wooden Kids' Balance Bike say it all: your little one wants to rip, but first they need to learn how. UK-based Early Rider is devoted to constructing bikes that safely teach kids the fundamentals they'll need for a lifetime of riding. A push bike allows young ones to focus on balance and coordination before bringing pedals and braking into the equation, and Early Rider even designed the Classic with the option of restricted steering for their earliest rides.
A slack head tube angle and long wheel base keep the bike close to the ground, providing more stability so that children from two to five years old stay comfortable and in-control. They'll have cushy foam grips to hang onto, and the faux leather saddle can be adjusted for reach and height to accommodate future growth spurts.