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    Tikes Bikes — bicycle

    The Ultimate Gift Guide for Elementary Age Kids

    Designed for 5 to 8 year olds, these unique gifts keep active kids busy outside developing their balance, coordination and confidence. For those who have yet to ride a pedal bike, a 16" balance bike is a great tool for learning and Cleary pedal bikes are the perfect next step.

    Starting at just $55.00, all orders over $70 ship FREE and we never charge sales tax.

     Get 10% off your order using discount code GIFTGUIDE!


    A Parent's Choice Award winner, the EzyRoller slithers across the ground like a snake, without chains or pedals, using left to right leg movements. Works on most surfaces except grass or sand.



    Trikke T5 Carving Scooter

    Trikke Carving Scooter

    Taking the scooter up a level, this carving scooter keeps moving when a child shifts their weight from side to side while turning and leaning into the turn. Resembling a skiing motion, it's great practice for the off season.



    YBIKE Explorer

    This pedal powered go-kart allows the child to steer with their arms by controlling the back wheels with the hand levers.  The seat adjusts as your child grows.



    TykesBykes 16 inch Balance Bike

    TykesBykes 16" Balance Bike

    For the 5-8 year old that has yet to ride a pedal bike, this 16" bike is the way to go. No pedals means the child will learn how to balance confidently and will be jumping onto a pedal bike in no time (seriously, it takes some kids just a few days at this age!) Available in 4 colors this holiday.



    BERG Buddy in White and Pink

    BERG Buddy

    Pedal forward or reverse, coast or use the hand brakes to stop, this cruiser sneaks in exercise while having fun. The air tires and sealed bearings provide traction on various surfaces and the adjustable seat ensures use for kids ages 3 to 8.



    Spooner Boards

    Spooner Boards

    Truly fun for all ages and virtually indestructible, Spooner Boards improve core strength and balance, coordination and stability. They are also an effective tool for learning to skateboard, snowboard or surf.



    uvex Quatro Junior Helmet

    uvex Quatro Junior Helmets

    Designed by German engineers, the Quatro Jr fits kids with a head circumference from 50-55cm and will protect precious heads from the inevitable tumble.



    Cleary Pedal Bikes

    Cleary Bikes 16" or 20" Pedal Bike

    When you want a real bike, not a toy, Cleary Bikes delivers with this high quality, lightweight pedal bike. Weighing less than bikes found at big box stores, your elementary student will learn how to ride confidently and look good doing it.


    The Ultimate Gift Guide for Active Toddlers


    We've curated our favorite products to help your active toddler get their wiggles out! These award-winning bikes and toys help develop coordination and balance along with a boost of confidence for your able toddler.

    Starting at just $59, all orders over $70 ship FREE and we never charge sales tax.

     Get 10% off your order using discount code GIFTGUIDE!

    FirstBIKE Street Bike

    FirstBIKE Street Bike

    Weighing 7 pounds, it's the perfect first bike for kids as young as 18 months. Constructed of a composite resin found in the airline and marine industry, it's indestructible.



    YBike Pewi

    YBike Pewi

    This hybrid walking-buddy and ride-on for kids as young as 9 months teaches important motor skills such as balance, coordination and body in space awareness.



    Wishbone Flip Ride-On

    Wishbone Flip Ride-On

    It's a rocker OR a ride-on and transforms between the two functions in seconds. Eco-friendly construction from 100% reforested birch plywood.



    Early Rider Lite

    A retro styled, classic wooden bike, it weighs just 7 pounds so your toddler can easily carry it around themselves. An extended seat post means it will be ridden for years.



    Wishbone Wagon

    Wishbone Wagon

    This classic wagon is also a soap-box racer and foot-to-floor car. Constructed of sustainable birch, aluminum and steel along with air filled tires means this durable wagon is the perfect outdoor toy.



    Early Rider Spherovelo

    Designed for 10 month to 24 month olds, this ride on helps toddlers make the connection between their senses (vision, pressure, equilibrium) and their motor system.



    Kinderbike Mini Trainer in Green

    Kinderbike Mini Trainer

    Weighing just 8 pounds and with seat lowering to 11 inches, kids as young as 18 months can get on this first bike and be gliding quickly. 



    Joovy Noodle Helmet in Blueberry

    Joovy Noodle Helmets

    It's never too early to set a good example, particularly when it comes to safety. These toddler sized helmets will keep your little one's head protected for the inevitable falls.



    Wishbone Recycled Edition

    Wishbone 3-n-1 Recycled Edition

    This innovative ride is designed to be used in 3 different modes: tricycle, low balance bike and high balance bike. This is a great gift a child will use for years, perfect for the 1 to 5 year old.




    My 3-Year Old Wears a Road ID (and Why Your Kids Should, Too)

    Last summer, my husband took our 3-year old son out for a mountain bike ride. A regular occurrence, they headed out for a web of trails in the forest. After deciding to take a new trail, they put on their helmets, buckled up their hydration packs and set out.

    About 10 minutes into the ride, my son braked quickly. My husband, fearing he would plow straight into the back of his son and unable to get around him, braked knowing he would throw himself off his own bike. He flipped over the handlebars, kicking our son in the head and landed in the brush.

    With a crying and scared son, my husband knew he had hurt himself but wasn't sure how badly.  Lying there for a few moments and comforting our son, he hoped someone would ride by and provide needed help.

    No one came. So they walked out with one arm dangling in shocking pain wondering how they would put the bikes back on top of the car and then drive home.

    To make a long story short, my husband had a third degree AC separation in his shoulder joint and couldn't pick up a book, let alone ride a bike, for months.

    When we mulled over what had happened, we realized that had he been knocked unconscious, our 3-year old would have been in the middle of the forest with no way to tell someone who to call.

    We promptly purchased a Road ID personalized with emergency contact numbers for everyone in the family. Not only do we wear them while riding bikes, they are worn while running, kayaking, and winter sports such as skiing and snowshoeing.  We've also put them on our children at events or venues where they might be separated from us.

    Road ID is the second accessory every little bike or scooter rider should have (right after a properly fitted helmet).