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    Tikes Bikes — christmas

    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.

     

     

     

    6 Ways To Giftwrap a Bike For Christmas

    Nothing beats the smile on a child's face when they unwrap the perfect Christmas present.  The moment of silence followed by squeals of delight are enough to melt the heart of even the biggest Scrooge.  For so many kids, that sought after gift is a brand new bike to call their own.  

    Whether it is a balance bike for a toddler or a pedal bike for an older child, the feeling of joy and freedom it gives a child is priceless.  The real question is how to surprise your child with the bike on Christmas morning.  

    Of course you can always have the bike waiting under the tree with a large bow when he or she wakes up in the morning, but here are a few more creative ways to surprise the child in your life on Christmas morning.

    Leave a Hint Under the Christmas Tree

    Create a 'treasure map' and place it inside a new helmet wrapped under the tree.  When the helmet is opened, send the child on a hunt to find the hidden bicycle.

    Wrap Individual Pieces of the Bike

    If you have an older child who might be expecting a bicycle for Christmas, you can always be sneaky and wrap the pieces of the bike individually.  This gives the perception that he or she has more presents under the tree instead of one large gift.  In addition, assembling the bicycle later in the day can provide a good activity for a teenager or as a task for the parent and child to do together.  

    Use A Bicycle Gift Bag

    When you are running short on time or if you are looking for a simple way to wrap a bicycle, they do make gift bags designed for bicycles.  Although this might give away the surprise for a child who has been asking for a bicycle, finding such a large gift bag next to the tree might create some great anticipation for the child who is not expecting a bicycle.

    Wrap A Christmas Bicycle Ornament

    Another fun idea is to purchase and wrap up a bicycle Christmas ornament.  This gift not only is a fun representation of the gift the child is receiving, but also serves as a memento of this Christmas that can be used to decorate the Christmas tree year after year.  

    Santa Forgot the Bike on the Roof

    While the kids are unwrapping presents, act as if you hear something coming from the roof outside.  When the family goes out to investigate, they discover the bicycle that was left by Santa on the roof ("it must not have fit down the chimney").  This is definitely not an idea for the faint of heart, but will sure make for a magical Christmas memory.

    Roll Out the Bike After All The Presents Have Been Opened

    Once all of the Christmas morning unwrapping chaos has finally finished, mention that you think a present might have been forgotten.  You can then head out to the garage or another room to retrieve the assembled bicycle for your child.  

    This approach of waiting until the end to surprise the child can work especially well for younger children who may be so entranced by a new bike that otherwise they would lose interest in opening any more gifts once they receive such an exciting gift as a new bike. 

    No matter how you choose to surprise someone with a bicycle this Christmas, the joy it will bring will last for many years to come. A bicycle is not just a toy or a mode of transportation, but a door to fun and freedom.  

    Hopefully this list has inspired you on ways to share the joy of a bicycle this holiday season.  If you have any other fun ideas please share it with us in the comments!