Piki Piki Bike Toddler Ride On

Summer is here…finally! Living in the mid-west, I think it is safe to say that most of us welcome the warm weather with open arms when it finally does arrive. As a mother of five children, we are always outside enjoying the weather while it lasts. One thing the kids like to do is ride bikes. My youngest is still learning. He is four. We introduced him to the smaller bike with training wheels at first and he wanted nothing to do with it. He has some balance issues. Because of this, he felt a little left out and we wanted to make sure he could ride bikes and feel like he was a big boy.

I recently seen an advertisement about the Piki Piki Toddler Ride On bike. I thought this would be a perfect fit for him. It offers a look of a motorcycle, only its like a tricycle, only made out of durable plastic. It has some stickers to really make the accents of this bike pop. This is available in three different color choices, red, blue, and pink. I chose the red for my little guy as it is one of                                                                           his favorite colors.

When this arrived, there was no assembly needed with this item. All you had to do was take it out of the box and put the stickers on. Simple as that. Jax was so stoked about this, he couldn’t get outside fast enough. This is perfect for indoors or outdoors, so don’t feel like it is an outside only toy. This is wide enough on the base for them to have a stable base for balance. The handle bars are perfectly sized for little hands as well. My son can steer this easily. The plastic on this is made to be durable and last a long time. The color is exactly as pictured. What makes this different for most and should really be something that you know about this product, is that it is made using non-toxic materials. Jaxson can manuever this nicely. He is a shorty so this is perfect for his little legs to reach and he has that confidence now like the other kids. In time, he will be ready to move to a big boy bike, but for now, this is what he likes and what seems to work the best for him. This can be used for children up to age five. Jaxson is four but it very small for his age. If you have a taller child, this may not work for them.

This product is sold on Amazon.com for $89.95 USD with a Prime membership. For more information on this item or to read further reviews, please feel free to visit here. This company also has a webiste that is very well designed. Feel free to take a look there as well here.

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