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Early Rider Classic Balance Bike

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  • Suggested Age 2-5 years

  • Weatherproof marine birch ply, FSC approved

  • Adjustable reach

  • Adjustable seat height

  • Teaches child to balance on a bike

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$180.00
Early Rider

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The Classic is Early Rider's flagship wooden bike. Because of it's slackened head tube, wide rear tire, longer wheel base and low centre of gravity, the Classic makes for an incredibly stable bike capable of nurturing the most inexperienced rider. The larger frame, 14" front wheel, comfortable ride and great looks means this is also a bike your kid's going to want to ride on for a long time to come. The ability to support a child when they are younger and less experienced as well as when they are older and bigger is a key benefit of the Classic.


Balance bikes are designed to help a child learn to balance on a bike without pedals. Children use their feet to push themselves and once they learn to balance, they can "cruise" or "glide" along and raise their feet. Balance bikes help to teach a child balance before learning to ride a pedal bike and in turn helps them to learn to ride a pedal bike without the use of training wheels.

  • 9.36 pounds
  • Suggested age 2 - 5 yr
  • 12" 'fatboy' rear wheel, 14"front
  • Pneumatic tires
  • Minimum seat height 12.5 inches
  • EN71 approved for 18m+
  • Easy grip foam handles
  • Dual steering system (restricted + unrestricted)
  • Weatherproof marine birch ply, FSC approved
  • Adjustable reach
  • Adjustable seat height
  • Embossed faux leather seat
  • Shipped with just the front wheel to put on
  • 1 year warranty

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Brand Early Rider

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