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My two year loves bikes! He tries to get on the neighbors bikes but he is way to small. I wanted a bike that would fit him but would also grow for when he gets a little older. I love that kinderfeets grows with you, the bike seat can move up and down which makes it easier for my son when he grows taller. This seat can be adjusted from 9" to 11.5", so it is great for children one to two years of age!
After my son is done with the "tiny tot" stage, we can easily convert this tricycle into a 2-wheel balance bike. I know my son will love the balance bike as much as he loves the tricycle.
The Kinderfeets bikes come in many different colors, I choose to go with bamboo since I love the wood look! The bamboo is great for boys or girls since it is a neutral wood like color! I was super impressed with how strong, durable, and well made this bike was. You can honestly see that this bike is made with such high quality and highly durable material.
This bike is great for indoors and outdoors however, we mostly keep this inside. My son is almost two so he is constantly riding this bike indoors and LOVES it. He scoots all threw the house. He has such a blast and is entertained for hours.
The Kinderfeets Tiny Tot Bamboo is a 2-in-1 bike that easily converts from a tricycle to a 2-wheel balance bike! Designed for "tiny tots" ages 12 to 24 months, Kinderfeets Tiny Tot starts off as a tricycle and when needed it easily converts into a 2-wheel balance bike. It's the smallest 2-in-1 balance bike on the market!
PLEASE NOTE THE SEAT HEIGHT: 9" TO 11,5"!
There are many benefits to using bamboo that we took into account. Bamboo is stronger than steel and heartier than most hardwood, making it a versatile and valuable building material. That means a high-quality, high-durability bicycle.
More than a toy, Kinderfeets is a father’s gift to his son. Disappointed with the push bikes available, Dutch designer Oscar Mulder decided to create his own balance bike for his son, Sebastiaan.
Oscar wanted Sebastiaan to be able to cruise once he became confident enough, so he broke the push bike mold and added footpegs. Knowing kids love to get dirty, he added a removable seat cover that can go in the wash with the rest of the laundry. Other push bikes have inflatable tires that go flat, interrupting the fun. But Kinderfeets’ tires don’t require air. Plus, Kinderfeets’ colorful chalkboard finish provides a reusable canvas for children to exercise their creativity. Older now, Sebastiaan rides a regular bike with ease and confidence – all thanks to the push bike his father designed with him in mind.