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The PlasmaBike from Plasmart: No batteries, pedals, or gears - just a fun, progressive and encouraging start to bicycle riding this spring.

The Plasmabike's unique design encourages coordination, balance and motor skill development while offering a really fun, sturdy ride. This fun bike comes from Plasmart, makers of the Plasmacar!

Children as little as 18 months enjoy the freedom of riding without the complication of training wheels or anxiety of having to hold their balance too long, too early. Wide wheels ensure that PlasmaBike doesn't tip over in a stationary or stopped position, giving added confidence and promoting self esteem. The limited steering range wide wheels enhance balancing capabilities and provide a smoother transition to a conventional 2 wheel ride. Made in Europe.

Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 05:39PM by Registered CommenterSusie | Comments3 Comments

Reader Comments (3)

I purchased the plasma bike for my 12 month old son for his birthday, in anticipation that he would be able to use it by the time he was 18 months, as the product indicates. My friends 2 year old child could not put their feet flat on the ground in order to push it along. Her three and a half year old had a great deal of difficulty maneuvering it as well. I think it would be fine for an older child, but an 18 month old child would need to be very very tall, and very advanced in order for it to work. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR AN 18 MONTH OLD.

February 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLaura

That's really have unique design. Wide wheel ensure that riding is not complicated.

February 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPlaymobil Sports

It is necessary for parents to check the durability of the wheels attach to the toys of their kids. Whenever they decided to ride on those toys, accident might happen if these wheels are not durable.

July 20, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterheavy duty wheels

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