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14 inch Balance Bikes With Pedals ( 3 – 6 years )

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14 inch Balance Bikes With Pedals ( 3 – 6 years )

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14 inch Balance Bikes With Pedals

Find 14-inch balance bikes for sale online from Kidvelo Bikes.
For Ages: 3 to 6 Years
From $369
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Wheel Size

12 inches

Approx. Age Range

18 months to 5 years

Seat Height Range

30cm – 44cm

No Training Wheels

Teach Balance First

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The Best Featured 12" Balance Bike!

The Kivdelo Rookie 12 balance bike is designed to provide your little one with the perfect foundation for many years of great riding. We designed the Rookie 12 to not only be easy to ride but also easy to learn how to ride. Putting your child on a balance bike teaches them to balance, and balance is a primary factor in learning to ride a bike.

The best part is they tend to learn balance without even trying…really! We’ve found that children treat a balance bike as a toy; through safe experimentation, little ones figure out balance all on their own while having fun.

Learning balance before pedals are introduced speeds up the transition to a pedal bike, it is far easier to learn one new skill than trying to learn 3 at one time (such as balance, pedalling, and braking), especially if you are 2 years old. By mastering the ride on our Rookie 12 early, your child will soon be ready for a pedal bike, where they can enjoy a ride on our super cute and equally awesome Rookie Hybrid balance to pedal bikes.

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Balance bikes for toddlers are designed as training bikes for children 2-4 years old. They are a great gift for a preschooler/toddler that simply wants to move a little faster around the neighbourhood. Getting a balance bike makes sure your toddler or kid can have fun on two wheels, even if they have no experience riding a bike.
Kids balance bikes are a perfect way to introduce your toddler to the wonderful world of cycling. Balance bikes are also known as toddler training bikes without a drivetrain or pedals. Our balance bikes are 30% lighter compared to other kids’ bikes, making them super easy to handle and learn how to ride a bike. A Kidvelo balance bike is a fantastic way to help your child first learn balance, steering, and control before learning how to pedal. Once Balance has been mastered then the transition to a kid’s first pedal bike is made much easier.

To get the most use out of a balance bike, the best age to start a child riding a balance bike is between 18 months and 2.5 years. Starting them young will not only allow them to happily ride their bike independently for all of their toddler’s years, but it will also allow them to move up to a pedal bike by age 3 or 4.

What makes Kidvelo bikes so unique is that we have designed a balance bike range that will suit older kids who have never learned how to ride a bike. Our 2-in-1 Rookie14 balance bike converts to a kids pedal bike with the add-on pedal kit for kids aged 3-6 years old. Have an older or larger child? Our 2-in-1 Rookie18 balance bike converts to a larger 18″ wheeled kids pedal bike with the add-on pedal kit for kids aged 5-8 years old giving kids of all ages and abilities the ability to ride a bike for the first time without training wheels or stabilizers.

Balance bikes are really simple for kids to ride and often they won’t even need any guidance on how to use the bike. To ride the balance bike, kids sit on the low saddle while holding the handlebars. Then to move forward they can walk, run, stride or glide, depending on their confidence and experience.

Even smaller more timid kids can start on a balance bike by standing over the frame, in front of the saddle, and just walk normally. By holding the handlebars and getting used to the weight and feel of the bike, their coordination will improve and they can progress to riding while seated.

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Super lightweight, safe, and easy learn-to-ride balance bikes for kids aged 2 to 8 years old.
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ROOKIE 12 BALANCE BIKE

Our lightweight balance bikes are the best training tool to teach toddlers to ride a bike without having to use training wheels.

  • Age Range: 18months - 4 years
  • Seat Height: 30cm - 44cm
  • Ability Level: Learning to Balance
  • Bike Weight: 2.93kgs
  • 4 Amazing Colours: Neon Red, Blue, Green, Pink

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ROOKIE 14 BALANCE TO PEDAL BIKE

This revolutionary balance bike converts to a child's first pedal bike with an attachable pedal kit once your child learns to balance.

  • Age Range: 3 - 6 years
  • Seat Height: 37cm - 54cm
  • Ability Level: Learning to Ride their First Bike!
  • Bike Weight:6.6kgs
  • 4 Amazing Colours: Neon Red, Blue, Green, Pink

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ROOKIE 18 BALANCE TO PEDAL BIKE

This revolutionary larger balance bike converts to a child's first pedal bike with an add-on pedal kit once your child masters balance.

  • Age Range: 5 - 8 years
  • Seat Height: 47cm - 64cm
  • Ability Level:Learning to Ride their First Bike!
  • Bike Weight: 7.6kgs
  • 4 Amazing Colours: Neon Red, Blue, Green, Pink

Balance Bike with Pedals

14 inch Balance Bike with Pedals

The Kivdelo Rookie 14 balance bike is designed to provide your little one with the perfect foundation for many years of great riding. We designed the Rookie 14 to not only be easy to ride but also easy to learn how to ride. Putting your child on a balance bike teaches them to balance, and balance is a primary factor in learning to ride a bike.

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INSTANT RIDING SUCCESS, PERIOD

A freedom-giving, confidence-building machine
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Introducing the Rookie 14 Balance Bike

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14 inch Balance Bikes

Balance Bikes for 3 year olds

The Kivdelo Rookie 14 balance bike is designed to provide your little one with the perfect foundation for many years of great riding. We designed the Rookie 14 to not only be easy to ride but also easy to learn how to ride. Putting your child on a balance bike teaches them to balance, and balance is a primary factor in learning to ride a bike.

The best part is they tend to learn balance without even trying…really! We’ve found that children treat a balance bike as a toy; through safe experimentation, little ones figure out balance all on their own while having fun.

Learning balance before pedals are introduced speeds up the transition to a pedal bike, it is far easier to learn one new skill than trying to learn 3 at one time (such as balance, pedalling, and braking), especially if you are 3 years old. By mastering the ride on our Rookie 14 early, your child will soon be ready for a pedal bike, where they can enjoy a ride on our super cute and equally awesome Rookie Hybrid balance to pedal bikes.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Balance Bikes?

The perfect balance bike for kids 2 to 8 years old is our Rookie balance bike for kids. These new kids balance bikes teaches your toddler to ride a bike at the early age of 18 months. We have a balance bike for every child's instant riding success at Kidvelo.

Balance bikes are perfect for toddlers and an amazing way to introduce your little one to the wonderful world of cycling. Balance bikes are just like kids/ toddlers' bikes without a drivetrain or pedals. Our balance bikes are lighter and small-wheeled compared to other kid's bikes, making them suitable for small hands and bodies. A Kidvelo balance bike is a fantastic way to help them transition into unsupported pedal bikes when they get a little older.

Balance bikes are perfect for toddlers and an amazing way to introduce your little one to the wonderful world of cycling. Balance bikes are just like kids/ toddlers' bikes without a drivetrain or pedals. Our balance bikes are lighter and small-wheeled compared to other kid's bikes, making them suitable for small hands and bodies. A Kidvelo balance bike is a fantastic way to help them transition into unsupported pedal bikes when they get a little older.

A Kidvelo Balance bike is best suited to toddlers and children ages 18 months to 8 years old. Your child should get on a balance bike once he or she is confidently walking and tall enough to handle the frame on their own.
When it comes to learning to ride a bike, slow and steady really wins, and our Rookie balance bikes are an excellent new way of helping young and older children develop the motor skills and build the strength they need to zoom along the bike path with the rest of the family. At www.kidvelobikes.com you can shop online for the best kid's balance bikes in Australia.

Due to the low height of balance bikes, kids can reach the ground with their feet. In order to move forward, they push off the ground and begin by walking the bike, then progress to running, striding, and gliding. Once they master their balance, they can begin pedaling. The balance bike can be ridden for as long as kids like, so there's no rush. With the assurance that their feet are on the ground, balance bikes also teach kids how to steer properly. Compared to traditional pedal bikes with stabilizers/training wheels, balance bikes allow kids to become independent much earlier.
Due to their inherent simplicity, they are lighter and easier to understand for young children. For kids, balance bikes are very intuitive and they simply grab the bike and go, no instructions required! With pedaling removed from the mix, kids can concentrate on balancing the bike, which is a more challenging and nuanced skill.
Your child will be very safe on a balance bike. The bikes are intuitive for kids to use, giving them a sense of security. Understanding something makes us less afraid of it. It is also very easy to maintain balance bikes, so there are less chances of something going wrong. Nevertheless, we recommend wearing a helmet at all times!
Compared to a normal bike with training wheels (aka stabilizers), a balance bike teaches your child the fundamental skills of balance and coordination.
Because a balance bike requires the child to lean and steer actively, it promotes independent cycling.
Children who used balance bikes only at a younger age were able to cycle independently, compared to those who used bikes with stabilizers.

It is important for your child to be able to sit with their feet flat on the ground while riding the bike. Make sure your child's inseam is the right size by measuring it with shoes on. The saddle should be the same length or slightly longer than the minimum saddle on the bike. Choose a bigger bike if your child's inseam is longer than the saddle height of the bike! If your child leans slightly forward, their torso should be able to reach the handlebars comfortably. A balance bike with a longer arm reach will allow your child to go faster and maintain an aggressive, forward-leaning stance. See if your child will fit on the Rookie balance bike by checking out our sizing page.

Brakes aren’t really necessary on a starter balance bike for kids 18 months or so. However, as children grow older, they get more confident and glide along much quicker, so front and rear brakes are preferable to help them stop safely.
Balance bikes can come with no brakes, rear hand brake only, or both front and rear hand brakes. Balance bikes with no brakes assume the child can slow the bike by dragging their feet off the ground. This is okay at slower speeds, but not when the speed increases on older kids. Brakes are particularly important on inclines or rough surfaces where dragging your feet won’t slow the bike much. Having brakes on the balance bike also saves kids wearing out the soles of their shoes but most importantly teaches them how to stop properly using kids friendly brake levers found on our kidvelo rookie range of balance to pedal bikes!

Physically and developmentally disabled children often have difficulties coordinating balance, pedaling, and steering. With a balance bike, kids with special needs can learn to glide along independently much more easily than with a pedal bike. Personal development and confidence building are greatly enhanced by its independence.
In addition to being great exercise, a balance bike improves motor skills as well.
Due to the Rookie's unique design, it can be used for many years as a balance bike. It may be possible for your child to use it for even longer if they have a slower growth rate (such as those with Down syndrome). When kids have their feet on the ground, they are fully supported by the saddle, which makes it even easier than walking for them. Due to its lightweight, the Rookie is much easier to push forward and steer than a traditional kids bike.

Balance bikes are great for gliding around, but eventually, your child will want to start pedaling.
Once your child has mastered the skills needed to glide the balance bike confidently and safely, they are probably ready to pedal.
While pedaling adds a new skill to learn, it may still take them time to adjust before they can pedal confidently. Wearing a helmet and practicing pedaling in a safe place away from obstacles and traffic is important.
With the option to attach easy-ride pedals, the Rookie balance bike makes the transition from balance bike to pedal bike easier. As a result, your child will have an easier time learning to pedal on a bike they're already familiar with.

In contrast to traditional bikes, balance bikes are made specifically for children to glide rather than ride them. In this case, pedals would only interfere with your child's balance as they are still in balance mode.
Unlike other balance bikes, the Kidvelo Rookie 14" balance bike and 18" balance bike range can easily be converted into pedal bikes.
Simply attach the easy-ride pedals when your child is ready to ride independently, and it converts into a standard pedal bike.

Toddlers will benefit greatly from balance bikes as they will develop their coordination and motor skills as well as becoming independent and able to explore on their own.
A balance bike is a very natural thing for toddlers to use and will give them extra confidence as they progress.
The best balance bike for a toddler (2/3 year old) should combine safety & stability with aesthetic appeal. It will be difficult to get your child to try out the bike if he or she doesn't like how it looks.
A well-built bike that won't fall apart would probably be a factor in parents' decisions.
Kidvelo's unique 2 in 1 design achieves this balance. Your child will love riding the balance bike, while you’ll have the assurance of knowing it’s helping them learn to cycle easier and safer.

On a balance bike, the saddle should be set so the child's feet are flat on the ground.
There is usually a quick release seat clamp on decent balance bikes so you can easily adjust the seat. With their torsos angled slightly forward, they should be able to reach the handlebars comfortably.

It may seem unbelievable, but there are still people who believe balance bikes are a scam. Unsuspecting parents believe balance bikes are merely marketing ploys.
Besides being ideal for small children who can't cycle yet, balance bikes are also perfect for older children. Children can enjoy balance bikes because they are low to the ground, lightweight, and easy too manoeuvre.
Before transitioning to a pedal bike, your child should learn coordination and balance on a balance bike. Your child is in a critical stage of physical development at this point. You will be able to use the skills your child learns on a balance bike in a variety of other activities as well.

Visit a bike shop with knowledgeable staff or talk to your friends, read reviews, or watch some YouTube videos.
Since some bloggers recommend bikes from stores with affiliate links, such as Amazon, a third-party review may not be as biased as a blogger's endorsement.
Instead of looking at just the concept of the balance bike, look for reviews that test its quality and function. There have been many reviews over the years that say "this balance bike is better than a normal bike" but they fail to consider whether the bike actually functions well.
Take into account the bike's long-term value. You won't have to worry about buying a new bike for a few years with a growing convertible bike like the Kidvelo Rookie.
The Rookie balance bike comes in 4 different colours, just in case your child has a colour preference:
Red Balance Bike
Blue Balance Bike
Green Balance Bike
Pink Balance Bike

The best balance bikes vary in price from $69 to over $1,000, but most decent ones are between $200 to $400. Our Kidvelo rookie balance bikes are unique in that they’re convertible balance bikes and can adapt as your child grows, giving long term value for money for parents and a lifetime of memories for your child on two wheels.

BALANCE BIKES REIMAGINED

Super lightweight, safe, and easy learn-to-ride balance bikes for kids aged 2 to 8 years old.
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ROOKIE 14 BALANCE TO PEDAL BIKE

This revolutionary balance bike converts to a child’s first pedal bike with an attachable pedal kit once your child learns to balance.

  • Age Range: 3 – 6 years
  • Seat Height: 40cm – 54cm
  • Ability Level: Learning to Ride their First Bike!
  • Bike Weight:6.6kgs
  • 4 Amazing Colours: Neon Red, Blue, Green, Pink