Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Yvolution Balance Bike Review

  



There is one thing I love more than toys is encouraging my children to play outside. They love to be in the fresh air and so do I. We recently got asked to review the Yvolution balance bike which I couldn't say No too. Balance bike if you are not aware are bikes with no pedals, they provide a way of learning to ride a bike with out stabilisers. Its all about helping your child learn to balance on two wheels. Ami  and Son Son were over joyed as you can see from the photos, they love bikes. Ami was a little disappointed it didn't have pedals. They are both rather speedy it can be hard to keep up at times. Now that Summer is here the kids want to be outside all the time, I am often found chasing after two toddlers on balance bikes. 


The Bike is very easy to put to gather and comes with minimal parts, I did it all my self with the assistance of Ami. It required no extra tools than those provided in the box. You can adjust the bike so it can grow with your child. Its very easy to adjust the seat to get the right height.  The bike is very sturdy and good quality. 




Son Son is 2 and a half and it is perfect as a first bike, when he first started using it he was standing on tip toes but now he is bigger he zooms along, the other day I had to chase him along the road he was so fast. Its perfect because the seat is adjustable it grows with him so its well worth the investment for the long run. 




Its a very study bike and is just perfect for Ami and even Son Son, I like the size of the wheels too. We have another balance bike which looks tiny in comparison and the wheels on that are half the size. Ami has developed a good skill of balancing and has improved on a bigger bike more suitable for her size. She asks to take it everywhere and always wants to show the bike of to all the neighbours. I think because her older brothers bike is green she loves it even more.  Whereas Son Son is in love with it more and thankfully they have one each so they can race each other on there bikes. 

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 The best thing about balance bikes is no sorting oily chains out. They just sit on the bike and Pedal with there feet. Its great because they can steer the bike giving much need cofidence for when riding with two wheels.  We have really loved the bike. I was more than impressed with everything, from the gripped handles to the wide wheels.



Such a great Product deffo one to think about for Christmas. 
Ages 3+ (max weight 25kgs) Available in green 
For Stockist Information Check out www.yvolution.com  RRP £59.99



15 comments:

  1. What a smart looking balance bike! Its the perfect size for your little ones and good to hear it's nice and sturdy! :) #TriedTested

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  2. That looks absolutely fantastic. It looks very sturdy and a great size :D x

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  3. This looks really smart and sturdy. My boy first rode a balance bike and it took him just a few weeks for him to master this fully, but when he did he was keepingup with his older peers! I'm a big fan of the balance bike it's a great way to learn how to ride a bike!

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  4. I think Amy is about ready for a balance bike - so this one might be a good option for us.
    Thanks for sharing your review on #TriedTested this week x

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  5. We reviewed one of these balance bikes too! I call it my wobbly bike! ;) My mummy rode it too! ;) #TriedTested

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  6. Love this bike! It's really cool that you do not have to use training wheels with it, and it teaches kids how to balance before peddling. Sounds very effective, and like a less scary experience for kids who are just learning. go to this website

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  7. This looks brilliant! We've been looking into bikes for our son, same age as yours and came across this. I think he'd be a little obsessed with it! Great review I'm definitely going to pop it on my list of bikes to consider, I like that there aren't any stabilisers

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  8. This looks brilliant! We've been looking into bikes for our son, same age as yours and came across this. I think he'd be a little obsessed with it! Great review I'm definitely going to pop it on my list of bikes to consider, I like that there aren't any stabilisers

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  10. If you’re handy enough to do basic bicycle repair, one option we did was to buy a small kids bike and remove the chain and cranks. It is then an instant “balance bike”! Save the parts in a box in the garage, then re-install them a year or two later when your child is ready… My baby learned to balance bike then “real” bike on it before graduating from 12″ wheels to 16″!
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  11. If you’re handy enough to do basic bicycle repair, one option we did was to buy a small kids bike and remove the chain and cranks. It is then an instant “balance bike”! Save the parts in a box in the garage, then re-install them a year or two later when your child is ready… My baby learned to balance bike then “real” bike on it before graduating from 12″ wheels to 16″!
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  12. This is an awesome review!I liked your reivew and learned a lot. Best Portable Induction Cooktop, Stainless Steel Cookware . Looks like she enjoyed the biking so much!

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