Review: A toddlebike


Hello,

How are you? I know, another double upload! Three days in a row, I am on the ball aren’t I! Well this review is a total suprise because I wasn’t expecting to be writing it yet, but here we are.

First of all I want to explain how I came into the possession of a toddlebike because obviously thats not something I would usually buy for myself. The owner of Toddlebikes sent out a PR tweet asking for reviewers, you had to have certain things to meet her critera, I did, so I left my infomation below and I recieved an email soon after. 

After a rocky start (not the companies fault at all!) Today my toddlebike arrived. Unfortunately I am having some issues with Hermes at the moment because all parcels I receive from them arrive in a state, again this is in no way the companies fault, they can not control how the courier handles them.

This is how my box arrived this morning, so I was expecting it to either not even be in the box or to be broken. Thankfully it was in the box and it was in great condition.

The toddlebike is very light! I believe its 0.8kg. When I got it out the box, I thought that it was tiny, obviously campared to me it was even smaller, but it’s actually the perfect size. 

I brought my cousin over because she is nearly two so meets the critera of getting the bike. At first she was a little confused, she wasn’t quite sure what it was. She pushed it as if it was a pram but soon realised she could sit on it. Which she did. She sat on it and just stayed still. After gentely nudging her, she began to move and she actually enjoyed it.

We first tried it out in my living room because I thought it was the safest option. She seemed to realise that bikes belong outside, so of we went on a little adventure. We took the bike to the park. Many times she would attempt to “ride” it, others consisted of me carrying it for her. For her first time she nailed it though!

The bike only costs £23.95 which includes delivery which is such an amazing price. So before I share pictures of her trying the bike out here is where you can find your very own toddlebike.

A racing red bike

A midnight blue bike

A pinky pink bike

You can also have a look on www.toddlebike.co.uk/shop

Okay so here are some pictures.

A little bit about Toddlebike2: 

Toddlebike2 – a unique “Pre-Balance” bike suitable for Toddlers as soon as they can confidently walk (usually around 18 months). Widely accepted by cyclists and the cycling media as being THE BEST first step towards independent riding. Indoor AND outdoor use so LOADS of practice time without pressure or frustration at the pace of each individual child. Super lightweight – just 0.8kg – 3 times lighter than most balance bikes, scooters or ride-ons. It is also rust proof so you can take it into the water with you!

A toddlebike2 is a perfect first bike, it helps them to balance and it’s fun for them. Yes there is a seat, but don’r force them to use it, let them explore and use the bike in their own way, they’ll soon be a pro at it and will be showing of in no time! 

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All in all I am happy with the product and so is she! I am sure I will be taking her out on it again tomorrow. 

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Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoyed this review. I will see you again tomorrow.

Stay safe, stay happy and live life as an adventure.

Love,

Alanna ♡

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