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Mini-Glider bike

Mini-glider bike

The Quick Answer

So far, so good. We've only put it together.

The Purchase

Costco had a deal, $89.99 shipped to our door! It took a few weeks to arrive

Features

  • Ages: 2 to 5 years
  • Select from blue, pink or red
  • EVA foam tires (never need air)
  • Lightweight alloy frame
  • Assembly Instructions included in box with tool
  • Maximum weight capacity: 100 lbs.
  • Assembled dimensions: 36" x 25" x 1"
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • Primary Composition: Alloy and plastic
  • Lifetime warranty

The Real World


September 13th, 2010
It is a bicycle alternative that is safe, lightweight and teaches children learn to balance on two wheels. It arrived today and Leah and I put it together tonight. Tomorrow we'll give it to our son and see how he does on it. We'll update this as he goes!

Pros:
  • Easy to put together
  • Seems sturdy.

Cons:
  • "Red" is kind of pinkish
  • The tires seem like they'd quiclkly wear out - time will tell

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