|A lovely Tiny Bike!|
Fun4Kids sent us a Tiny Bike from their range for Syd to try out. It arrived needing some assembly, but with 3 generations on the job it didn't take long before it was built and ready to ride! Ours is a lovely vibrant red, and seems exceptionally robust and well made. They currently retail at just under £50, which seems reasonable for a good quality item which should see a few years use.
|It was actually very simple to assemble, but it was sweet watching |
the three generations working together on it!
The bikes are aimed at ages 2 - 5, and as Syd has only been 2 for a fortnight he is right at the very bottom end of this age group. As such I am not totally sure he is ready yet, but nonetheless he was very excited to see his bike, really enjoyed 'helping' put it together, and was eager to have a go.
|A bit wobbly.|
Well, he is a bit wobbly. Actually very wobbly, but he can just about wibble about on it with his feet on the floor before toppling off every couple of yards. I am actually going to put it to one side as I think it will make a great Christmas present, and the intervening few months will allow him to reach the perfect age to start getting to grips with it.
|I think he is planning a second career in the circus....|
but it proves how sturdy this bike is!
Overall I would say they look great, are very sturdy, and are an excellent starter bike. Possibly more suited from 2 and a half than at just turned 2, but of course all toddlers vary and other children's development may be at a stage where they can cope at 2, but some may be 3 before they are ready. I often find I manage to buy things when they are a little too young for them, but within a few months they have come into their own!
Love Miss Cisco XXX
Disclosure: We were sent the Tiny Bike at no cost for the purposes of this review.