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[Coco Village] Balance Bike for Kids - Unicorn Design

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Sep 26, 2018
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Balance Bike for Kids - Unicorn Design

Deal Link:
Price:
99.99
Savings:
50%
Retailer:
Coco Village
This is a good balance bike for kids to start on. 50% clearance off this and some other models.

Other designs on clearance:

Memphis: https://cocovillage.ca/collections/2-in ... -pre-order

Spaceship: https://cocovillage.ca/collections/2-in ... -pre-order

Summer Pop: https://cocovillage.ca/collections/2-in ... -sugar-pop

Superhero: https://cocovillage.ca/collections/2-in ... -superhero

Enjoy!
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Aug 31, 2010
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ryansluman wrote: Radio Flyer Balance Bike Glide and Go, Gray https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07D4C5YF7/ref ... VEbJ5KPSBA



Wife asking for one of these. Just curious Why not grab this radio flyer for regular price rather than this coco village one ? Like what are the benefits ? Why is it regular 200??
The wood ones are more usually. We opted for the Strider and really like it. For whatever that's worth.
Jr. Member
Nov 18, 2013
137 posts
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Calgary
The seats are quite wide and low, and aren’t adjustable as the child grows. The look great but I found them a not practical, especially when winter is 7 months long, you can miss the window to use it.
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Jan 11, 2004
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hvc wrote: The wood ones are more usually. We opted for the Strider and really like it. For whatever that's worth.
Went with the Strider too. Paid a bit extra for the fully adjustable one. Hurts a little when you think you are spending more than an actual bike.
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Aug 31, 2010
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Mystix wrote: Went with the Strider too. Paid a bit extra for the fully adjustable one. Hurts a little when you think you are spending more than an actual bike.
Kids stuff is just expensive, but think of it as actually being a bike for them. We're really happy with the Strider (I think we got the 12 sport). Stick with it, they'll start slow, watch the adjustments and fine tune them as they're starting out and you'll find a sweet spot for your kid - we kept the seat relatively low. Our daughter just started throwing her feet up on the foot-rests as she cruises.
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Jul 13, 2009
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Coco village stuff is nice and high quality but.....I wouldn't for a balance bike. That nice crafted wood will get shredded. We have a bed from Coco and quality is definitely top notch (and heavy solid wood).

Sport Chek from time to time has a balance bike for $35-39, honestly a great way to learn how to ride properly.
Jr. Member
Mar 22, 2006
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I'd prefer a Strider based on features and flexible adjustments.
Sr. Member
Mar 1, 2002
804 posts
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There is nothing special about a balance bike. The easiest and most cost effective way is buy a regular bike and remove the pedals. Once they get the hang of it put the pedals back on and they have a real bike to use.
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May 11, 2008
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I have this and the good thing about them is they can learn to coast before they really have the balance because it's also a 3 wheeler.
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Oct 24, 2010
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Toronto
hvc wrote: The wood ones are more usually. We opted for the Strider and really like it. For whatever that's worth.
Hi, where did you buy the Strider and for how much?
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Dec 6, 2006
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Toronto
What's the biggest/tallest balance bike available out there?
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Aug 31, 2010
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markymark01 wrote: Hi, where did you buy the Strider and for how much?
$140+tax I believe? I forget where we got it, but looks like GP Bikes in Whitby sells them (shipping, too). The one we have is a bit different - it has these plastic "rests" on the rear fork instead of just grip tape. Not sure that really matters, though.

https://www.gpbikes.com/strider-12-sport-bike
boyohboy wrote: What's the biggest/tallest balance bike available out there?
Probably a 14"? I think Strider sells a 14 that you can convert to a pedal bike.. https://striderbikes.com/14x-balance-bikes/
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Dec 14, 2008
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The minimum seat height at 15" is quite high and the range of seat is low at 18" max.

You may not get too much use out of it if you're living in colder parts of the country.

The aforementioned radio flyer has a seat range of 14.2" – 18.5" which should last you a few more summers.
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Aug 31, 2010
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slimysnot wrote: The minimum seat height at 15" is quite high and the range of seat is low at 18" max.

You may not get too much use out of it if you're living in colder parts of the country.

The aforementioned radio flyer has a seat range of 14.2" – 18.5" which should last you a few more summers.
Beating a dead horse here, but the Strider 12" is 12 - 20" inseam.. if you're looking for longevity.
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Apr 4, 2006
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I bought a $30 balance bike a couple of weeks ago. put it together for my kid (4yo) and on the 4th time trying she's gotten the hang of it already and balances down the hill with no issues.

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