PMB Strider and Jefferys Kids Bike Review

PMB Strider and Jefferys Kids Bike Review – Want to buy a bicycle as a gift for your child’s 1st birthday? The PMB 919 Safari bike will make your child happy. This tricycle with a height of 66 cm comes in a variety of color choices so that it can be adjusted to the gender of your child.

Just like other bicycles, the PMB 919 Safari also has a front basket with the addition of a cute stuffed monkey. The handleless saddle has a backrest to prevent your child from falling backwards. Then, this bike is also equipped with lights and songs. Guaranteed, your child will feel at home when playing with this bike.

Strider 12 Sport Balance Bike

Take your kids to play in a safe complex environment on this one-of-a-kind Strider bike. A sporty look will make your boy look so cool. This two-wheeled bicycle is not accompanied by standards and pedals so it will be suitable to help the child’s learning process to balance his body.

Strider recommends this bike for children aged 1.5 – 5 years. The saddle handle on this bike is height adjustable. Thanks to this feature, of course your child can still use this bike until he is more than 5 years old. No need to worry about the strength of the frame because Strider has designed this product with patented steel that will maintain the strength of the frame for years.

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Jefferys London Taxi Kickbike

This kid’s bike is so light. With a weight of only 2.9 kg. your child can push forward without requiring excessive force. Jeffreys created this bike for the learning needs of children aged 2-5 years. If you want to train your child’s balance, this product is for him. In fact, he will also be free to study wherever he wants thanks to the light weight of the bicycle so that it is easy to carry anywhere.

Not only superior in terms of overall component weight, but more than that. The Jeffreys London Taxi Kickbike offers a height-adjustable saddle. If you want to have a tall child, we recommend raising the saddle slightly so that only the tips of the child’s toes are touching the ground. That way, the child’s leg bones will get stimulation to grow faster.