The perfectly formed and simply designed Kurve are the new range of balance bikes from Kiddimoto. These toddler balance bikes are for children aged from 2 years. The Kurve is a first bike for toddlers to develop balance and coordination. It is where children learn cycle skills before they get a pedal bicycle. Having developed these skills on a Kurve balance bike, children can progress onto a bicycle without stabilisers. Made of birch plywood and beautifully decorated with non toxic child safe paints, the Kurve bike is the perfect introduction to the world of 2 wheels. Develop balance in style, ride a Kurve toddler balance bike.
Appearance of Kiddimoto Kurve Kids Balance Bike:
Modern and appealing curved styling
Solid wooden wheels
Upright posture similar to that of a regular bicycle
Features of Kiddimoto Kurve Kids Balance Bike:
Range of exciting designs and colours
Can grow with your child up to 6 years old
Perfect training bike for children
Helps develop balance and coordination on two wheels
Meets all safety standards and is CE marked
Safety tested to EN 71
The wood is birch ply sourced from managed forests
Handlebar height: 525mm
Seat height: 370mm adjustable to 395mm
Wheel base: 510mm
Our toddler balance bikes are design for children aged 2 to 6 years old who want to learn how to ride a bike - the perfect introduction to two wheels!
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Great for the first bike!
This is a nice and stylish bike. However I must note that there's some bit dangerous node in construction of headset, because child can put a finger between headset panels since they have vertical play. I added some extra rubber spacers to limit that sliding of the "fork" in headset and it helped. Overall this is a great bike, lightweight and compact so you can take it everywhere. My son started riding it being 2 (needed some fat sole shoes for high, but not for long) and being only 2.5 years he can ride a pedal bike without any support. He loves Kiddimoto a lot and even does some funny tricks with it :)
04 September 2012