Do you want to get your little one a bike but he’s just too small to handle it? With LIKEaBIKE, you don’t have to worry about that anymore. Unlike a tricycle that has three wheels and that has to be pedaled, LIKEaBIKE has no pedals at all. With only two wheels, it can help a child’s motor skills and sense of balance right from the start.
What Is LIKEaBIKE?
LIKEaBIKE is designed to be just like a bicycle in the sense that it has only two wheels, but instead of having pedals that a person has to learn to use while balancing, it’s short enough that both of your child’s feet stay on the ground. It’s pushed along instead of pedaled along.
How Does LIKEaBIKE Help With Balance?
As your child pushes the LIKEaBIKE, he has to learn to keep his balance – but it’s not nearly as difficult as riding an actual bicycle. By the time he’s mastered his LIKEaBIKE, he’ll be ready for a standard bicycle and won’t have gone through the tricycle phase at all. LIKEaBIKE will give him the skills he needs to balance correctly and ride a real bicycle.
Is LIKEaBIKE Safe?
Any toy has an injury risk. Your child could fall over on the LIKEaBIKE. With supervision, though, there aren’t likely to be injuries. Make sure your child is well-protected and that you’re watching him closely, especially until he gets used to his LIKEaBIKE. Because his feet are on the ground all the time to push the LIKEaBIKE along, it’s much harder for him to fall off and get injured.
With LIKEaBIKE, your child can learn the motor skills and balance skills he needs to handle a real bicycle, and he’ll be ready for one at a much younger age than many of his peers. You’ll be giving him a great head start.