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    Quote Originally Posted by mumofprincess View Post
    Don't mean to sound silly...but what are balance bikes ? My lg is 5 and still rides with training wheels cause she is scared. Would a balance bike help?
    The one DS has would be ok for a taller kid, I think the seat can be raised as it's a metal frame, not wooden. DS got his at age 3.5 and still occasionally uses it and he's 5.5 (and tall for his age). Go to a bike shop to look for one rather than a kids toy shop, you're more likely to find an adjustable one in the bike shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    The one DS has would be ok for a taller kid, I think the seat can be raised as it's a metal frame, not wooden. DS got his at age 3.5 and still occasionally uses it and he's 5.5 (and tall for his age). Go to a bike shop to look for one rather than a kids toy shop, you're more likely to find an adjustable one in the bike shop.
    Ooh cool. I have only ever seen the wooden ones like ours which doesn't have an adjustable seat and is a wee bit too small for DD1 who is 5.5

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    Default Kids bike to ride on grass?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    The one DS has would be ok for a taller kid, I think the seat can be raised as it's a metal frame, not wooden. DS got his at age 3.5 and still occasionally uses it and he's 5.5 (and tall for his age). Go to a bike shop to look for one rather than a kids toy shop, you're more likely to find an adjustable one in the bike shop.
    Awesome will go check out the bike shop and hope they have them

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    Default Kids bike to ride on grass?

    The little Zoomer balance bike is great on grass


 

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