• Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
  • Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink
Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink

Schwinn Skip 1 Toddler Balance Bike, 12 Inch Wheels, Beginner Rider Training, Pink

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  • The Schwinn Balance Bike is designed with a BMX look and a steel frame-its pedal-free, low center of gravity makes it easy to ride and perfect for young riders.
  • With an adjustable, quick-release seat collar, this kid's bike is designed to grow with your little one as they learn to balance.
  • The 12-inch spoked mag wheels are made with air-filled tires.
  • A ball bearing headset allows for easy steering with chrome-finished handle bars.
  • This kid's bike ships ready to be assembled, with a limited lifetime warranty, and the wheels measure 12 inches. Designed for kids ages two to four.

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Excellent balance bike for my 3 year old I bought this for my 3 year old who is kind of tall for his age. He's about 44 inches tall so he's probably about the height of a 4 year old. He loves this bike because it looks like a 'big kid' BMX bike and I like it for it's quality and ease of setting up right out of the box. A couple of wrenches to put the wheels on and it's ready to go in less than 5 minutes. My only wish is that the seat post was a couple inches longer so I will be able to adjust it higher as he grows. I will be able to buy a longer post when the time comes so it's not a huge deal, just a nice-to-have thing. One word of advice, when the time comes to replace the inner tubes, buy heavy duty tubes and cut the old ones and use them to cover the new tubes. That way you'll get extra protection from rocks and thorns. This may not be an issue if you live in the city or the bike is only used on sidewalks, but if your child is like mine and wants to ride off road this could end up saving time and money in the future. 5Love the Foot Rest, but Mine Came with a Leaky Rear Wheel This Schwinn 12-ince Pink Balance Bike is Cute - with capital C! Easy to assemble, less than 10 minutes with a couple of wrenches and didn't even have to look at instructions. The rear tire leaked on first day with 20 minutes of very light use riding inside the house on hardwood floors, but this is only about $10 to fix at any local shop. I don't know if the leaks are common or I just drew the short straw, but again it's about $10 to fix and it'll take less than 5 minutes if the store isn't too busy.Best feature II love is it has a foot rest. My son had a Kinder Bike, and he wore it out. It worked great for its purpose, but he always had to dangle his feet after gaining enough momentum. I always felt that a foot rest would be cool and this one does have it.Couple of things that may affect some parents. 1) This bike is pretty heavy, especially for a Toddler/Preschooler. 2) There isn't any brakes like they have on a Kinder Bike but my son never used the brakes so this feature is irrelevant to me but it may be an issue with some parents.Update: It's been almost 2 years and this bike has held up well. I took the bike to local shop and it cost me $15- still worth it. Also, I emailed Schwinn and they sent me an extra tube. Anyway, this was my second experience with these "pedal-less" bikes and again the results do not disappoint. When they grew big enough and was ready, both my children transitioned from these bikes to regular bikes without training wheels in a matter of minutes. The biggest issue after they learned to use the regular bikes is turning the bike around. It's like waking and chewing gum for them, but once they get used to it then it's all downhill (pun intended).BTW other than a little dust because my little girl has stopped using this, the bike looks almost out of the box new. 5strider did the job better. The layout of the strider forces the child ... I bought this for my 23 month old daughter after seeing my 18 month old nephews success with the strider brand. After comparing strider and schwinn, strider did the job better. The layout of the strider forces the child to sit and put their feet up in a balancing act. It does the job the best. The schwinns layout is harder to get. My daughter kept wanting to stand and walk with the bike instead of sitting and getting the balance right. We took both toddlers now just over 2 years to ride their bikes and both could easily maneuver the strider, balance it properly, and ride. The schwinn was harder, maybe when she is a little older it will be easier. But if you want to buy a balance bike that helps your toddler 18 months +.... Go with the strider :) 3Schwinn Bike Wins Hands Down! We love the Schwinn Balance Bike we bought for my 2.5 year old son! Especially when compared to his friend's Strider bike, the Schwinn wins hands down (in our opinion). Here's why: 1. The Schwinn bike is much more sturdy because it's heavier, but not so heavy that my now 3-year old son can't pick it up easily. The rubber tires are great because we live out in the country and our streets are not exactly smooth so they ride a lot better than the foam tires would. The bearings and frame have quality components and are well-made. The seat adjusts easily and fits my son just perfectly. The only downside to this bike is that the paint does scratch off easily but my son uses it practically everyday so I'm not surprised to see some wear and tear.We love it so much that we made a comparison video against the Strider Balance Bike. Here's the link: https://youtu.be/QER2iI0lWCAWe also made a video of my son learning how to ride his Schwinn: https://youtu.be/81vO1U1Q4Rw 5Easy to put together--maybe 15 minutes tops--but you need to ... Easy to put together--maybe 15 minutes tops--but you need to have the recommended tools, such as the right-sized wrench. Make sure the seat height is adjusted for your child. With the child sitting down on the saddle, the heels should not be touching the ground and the front tip of his shoes slightly touching the ground, as if standing tippy-toed. There is a platform on either side where the little feet can rest while cruising. My kid loved this and soon learned to stand on it, too.This is an excellent balance bike. Nice, solid bike with excellent paint job. Not too heavy or light. Just the right size and weight for the little ones to handle. It really ought to earn five stars if not for what appears to be quality control issues. The first shipment came without the handle bar. Thankfully, Amazon has amazing return policy in such cases, and we received a replacement shipment the day after reporting the problem. What we found interesting was that both packages were missing the rubber caps for the air valves. Granted, this is mostly just a very minor cosmetic issue, but, I've never seen bikes--new ones at that--that came without valve caps.My 3.5yo, after exactly one week on this bike, successfully graduated to the big boy bike without training wheels.The pride and confidence of such accomplishment on a young child is simply incomparable. I have no doubt that learning to cruise on this balance bike was the key ingredient to this success. 4after riding a balance bike, my 2y7mo is riding a regular pedal bike. It works! There is not a day my kids (2 and 4) have not used this bike. My 4 year old used it for 3 weeks, then moved to a regular bike, and mastered it in 3 days. No one could believe a four year old on a regular bike without training wheels. Thanks to the balance bike. My 2.5 is now flying with the balance bike as well, but is not ready for pedaling on is regular bike yet. Many neighbors, and many friends have purchased a balance bikes because of seeing our kids. A stranger stopped and inquired about it. I would prefer the Schiwnn brand over other brands because it is a heavier bike, which seems to help with balancing. Never use training wheels!! Trust the balance bike to switch to a regular bike, then go back and forth until your child is ready. Don't forget, they need to build muscles to pedal so be patient. Coordination and readiness will differ from child to child. And by the way, balance is excellent for brain development according to my research.Follow-up review: my 2y7mo is now riding a regular pedal bike without training wheels of course...this balance bike has a heavier frame which I think helped with balance and also simulating a real bike, which is usually not light like some of the balance bikes on the market. If your child is going to transition from a balance bike to a regular bike, I would recommend to get a 12 inch bike as well, with a lower seat (17") for my 93cm high son. And make sure the bike is not a stretched one, you want the child back to be in a straight posture. I would also recommend an aluminum frame if possible, or at least weighing less than 20lbs, to not push so much stress on the kids muscles and joints at a young age, it might also help up hill! Good luck. Very happy with my product. We bought another Schwinn for the holidays! 5Seat broke off. This bike has been great, but right after the year mark the seat broke off during regular use by my skinny 3-year-old. I contacted Schwinn and it's outside of their 1-year warranty so they were going to charge $14.95 plus shipping and tax to replace the under-engineered part. I found this: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000AO7HSE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 on amazon for under $13, free shipping, and it's metal framework, so it should hold up way better. It looks slightly big on the bike, but works great for my son and fits perfectly on the post. 4Converted to pedal bike in 2.5 months! A balance bike is the way to go! While any balance bike would probably have done the trick, I picked this one due to the relatively low price and decent reviews. I purchased this for my son (now 4.5) for Christmas. We tried it out in April and he was no fan. Fast forward two months, the bike is out on the lawn and he decides to pick it up himself and ride. Within the week he was balancing like a pro, coasting down hills, managing terrain changes (pavement to grass to sand) and keeping steady over potholes and frost heaves. Another 2.5 months later and he graduated to a 12 pedal bike. After 20 minutes trying out the pedal bike he caught on and was riding like a pro. Even starting off on his own without any help.If I d only known how effective these are I d have purchased one used rather than brand new. This will now be a hand me down to my son s older cousin.Some specifics on this bike:Pros:1 - great way to learn the hardest part of riding a bike (balance)2 - lightweight and easy to carry, your little one will inevitably tire of it and you ll have to carry it3 - rubber tires. Full disclosure, I didn t try one with plastic tires but there was something in me that wanted a bike with real rubber tires.Cons:1 - similar to another reviewer, the bike had gouge marks on the frame, I wasn t all that happy about it but I figured it was going to be scratched up anyway so why bother with the hassle of returning it.2 - when properly inflated the back wheel had an issue with the bead and the tire was never fully locked into the wheel frame. The bike still worked fine.3 - pedals can t be added In the future, this is potentially a short term purchase and at $70, is a bit steep in price. Wish I had heard of these when he was 2! 5Love it, and Schwinn took care of us when something broke 5 months in. Awesome! Love it! I can honestly say it s a solid bike... in spite of 5 months later when plastic seat mount broke... I emailed a couple of pictures to Schwinn (googled their warranty info) and within 24 hours they reviewed it and said I would see a new seat and pole mount within the next week at my doorstep. Our 3 year old son rides around our big yard on it every day. I can t ask for more in a kids bike or manufacturer warranty than that!!! 5Great balance bike! I am a huge supporter of balance bikes. We got balance bikes for our children and they all were able to ride bikes without training wheels much earlier than most children - we have 3 kids. Our second and third had balance bikes at 18 months and were riding full bikes without training wheels before 4 years. The posted video is my daughter riding a bike with no training wheels at 3 years 9 months old.What I like about Schwinn:Good qualitySoft seat is comfortableWhat I dislike:Heavier than Strider, so kids couldn t pick up as easily.We had both a Strider and Schwinn balance bike. If I were making a choice and price was fairly similar I would choose Schwinn fir the comfort of the seat. 5
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Excellent balance bike for my 3 year old I bought this for my 3 year old who is kind of tall for his age. He's about 44 inches tall so he's probably about the height of a 4 year old. He loves this bike because it looks like a 'big kid' BMX bike and I like it for it's quality and ease of setting up right out of the box. A couple of wrenches to put the wheels on and it's ready to go in less than 5 minutes. My only wish is that the seat post was a couple inches longer so I will be able to adjust it higher as he grows. I will be able to buy a longer post when the time comes so it's not a huge deal, just a nice-to-have thing. One word of advice, when the time comes to replace the inner tubes, buy heavy duty tubes and cut the old ones and use them to cover the new tubes. That way you'll get extra protection from rocks and thorns. This may not be an issue if you live in the city or the bike is only used on sidewalks, but if your child is like mine and wants to ride off road this could end up saving time and money in the future. 5Love the Foot Rest, but Mine Came with a Leaky Rear Wheel This Schwinn 12-ince Pink Balance Bike is Cute - with capital C! Easy to assemble, less than 10 minutes with a couple of wrenches and didn't even have to look at instructions. The rear tire leaked on first day with 20 minutes of very light use riding inside the house on hardwood floors, but this is only about $10 to fix at any local shop. I don't know if the leaks are common or I just drew the short straw, but again it's about $10 to fix and it'll take less than 5 minutes if the store isn't too busy.Best feature II love is it has a foot rest. My son had a Kinder Bike, and he wore it out. It worked great for its purpose, but he always had to dangle his feet after gaining enough momentum. I always felt that a foot rest would be cool and this one does have it.Couple of things that may affect some parents. 1) This bike is pretty heavy, especially for a Toddler/Preschooler. 2) There isn't any brakes like they have on a Kinder Bike but my son never used the brakes so this feature is irrelevant to me but it may be an issue with some parents.Update: It's been almost 2 years and this bike has held up well. I took the bike to local shop and it cost me $15- still worth it. Also, I emailed Schwinn and they sent me an extra tube. Anyway, this was my second experience with these "pedal-less" bikes and again the results do not disappoint. When they grew big enough and was ready, both my children transitioned from these bikes to regular bikes without training wheels in a matter of minutes. The biggest issue after they learned to use the regular bikes is turning the bike around. It's like waking and chewing gum for them, but once they get used to it then it's all downhill (pun intended).BTW other than a little dust because my little girl has stopped using this, the bike looks almost out of the box new. 5strider did the job better. The layout of the strider forces the child ... I bought this for my 23 month old daughter after seeing my 18 month old nephews success with the strider brand. After comparing strider and schwinn, strider did the job better. The layout of the strider forces the child to sit and put their feet up in a balancing act. It does the job the best. The schwinns layout is harder to get. My daughter kept wanting to stand and walk with the bike instead of sitting and getting the balance right. We took both toddlers now just over 2 years to ride their bikes and both could easily maneuver the strider, balance it properly, and ride. The schwinn was harder, maybe when she is a little older it will be easier. But if you want to buy a balance bike that helps your toddler 18 months +.... Go with the strider :) 3Schwinn Bike Wins Hands Down! We love the Schwinn Balance Bike we bought for my 2.5 year old son! Especially when compared to his friend's Strider bike, the Schwinn wins hands down (in our opinion). Here's why: 1. The Schwinn bike is much more sturdy because it's heavier, but not so heavy that my now 3-year old son can't pick it up easily. The rubber tires are great because we live out in the country and our streets are not exactly smooth so they ride a lot better than the foam tires would. The bearings and frame have quality components and are well-made. The seat adjusts easily and fits my son just perfectly. The only downside to this bike is that the paint does scratch off easily but my son uses it practically everyday so I'm not surprised to see some wear and tear.We love it so much that we made a comparison video against the Strider Balance Bike. Here's the link: https://youtu.be/QER2iI0lWCAWe also made a video of my son learning how to ride his Schwinn: https://youtu.be/81vO1U1Q4Rw 5Easy to put together--maybe 15 minutes tops--but you need to ... Easy to put together--maybe 15 minutes tops--but you need to have the recommended tools, such as the right-sized wrench. Make sure the seat height is adjusted for your child. With the child sitting down on the saddle, the heels should not be touching the ground and the front tip of his shoes slightly touching the ground, as if standing tippy-toed. There is a platform on either side where the little feet can rest while cruising. My kid loved this and soon learned to stand on it, too.This is an excellent balance bike. Nice, solid bike with excellent paint job. Not too heavy or light. Just the right size and weight for the little ones to handle. It really ought to earn five stars if not for what appears to be quality control issues. The first shipment came without the handle bar. Thankfully, Amazon has amazing return policy in such cases, and we received a replacement shipment the day after reporting the problem. What we found interesting was that both packages were missing the rubber caps for the air valves. Granted, this is mostly just a very minor cosmetic issue, but, I've never seen bikes--new ones at that--that came without valve caps.My 3.5yo, after exactly one week on this bike, successfully graduated to the big boy bike without training wheels.The pride and confidence of such accomplishment on a young child is simply incomparable. I have no doubt that learning to cruise on this balance bike was the key ingredient to this success. 4after riding a balance bike, my 2y7mo is riding a regular pedal bike. It works! There is not a day my kids (2 and 4) have not used this bike. My 4 year old used it for 3 weeks, then moved to a regular bike, and mastered it in 3 days. No one could believe a four year old on a regular bike without training wheels. Thanks to the balance bike. My 2.5 is now flying with the balance bike as well, but is not ready for pedaling on is regular bike yet. Many neighbors, and many friends have purchased a balance bikes because of seeing our kids. A stranger stopped and inquired about it. I would prefer the Schiwnn brand over other brands because it is a heavier bike, which seems to help with balancing. Never use training wheels!! Trust the balance bike to switch to a regular bike, then go back and forth until your child is ready. Don't forget, they need to build muscles to pedal so be patient. Coordination and readiness will differ from child to child. And by the way, balance is excellent for brain development according to my research.Follow-up review: my 2y7mo is now riding a regular pedal bike without training wheels of course...this balance bike has a heavier frame which I think helped with balance and also simulating a real bike, which is usually not light like some of the balance bikes on the market. If your child is going to transition from a balance bike to a regular bike, I would recommend to get a 12 inch bike as well, with a lower seat (17") for my 93cm high son. And make sure the bike is not a stretched one, you want the child back to be in a straight posture. I would also recommend an aluminum frame if possible, or at least weighing less than 20lbs, to not push so much stress on the kids muscles and joints at a young age, it might also help up hill! Good luck. Very happy with my product. We bought another Schwinn for the holidays! 5Seat broke off. This bike has been great, but right after the year mark the seat broke off during regular use by my skinny 3-year-old. I contacted Schwinn and it's outside of their 1-year warranty so they were going to charge $14.95 plus shipping and tax to replace the under-engineered part. I found this: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000AO7HSE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 on amazon for under $13, free shipping, and it's metal framework, so it should hold up way better. It looks slightly big on the bike, but works great for my son and fits perfectly on the post. 4Converted to pedal bike in 2.5 months! A balance bike is the way to go! While any balance bike would probably have done the trick, I picked this one due to the relatively low price and decent reviews. I purchased this for my son (now 4.5) for Christmas. We tried it out in April and he was no fan. Fast forward two months, the bike is out on the lawn and he decides to pick it up himself and ride. Within the week he was balancing like a pro, coasting down hills, managing terrain changes (pavement to grass to sand) and keeping steady over potholes and frost heaves. Another 2.5 months later and he graduated to a 12 pedal bike. After 20 minutes trying out the pedal bike he caught on and was riding like a pro. Even starting off on his own without any help.If I d only known how effective these are I d have purchased one used rather than brand new. This will now be a hand me down to my son s older cousin.Some specifics on this bike:Pros:1 - great way to learn the hardest part of riding a bike (balance)2 - lightweight and easy to carry, your little one will inevitably tire of it and you ll have to carry it3 - rubber tires. Full disclosure, I didn t try one with plastic tires but there was something in me that wanted a bike with real rubber tires.Cons:1 - similar to another reviewer, the bike had gouge marks on the frame, I wasn t all that happy about it but I figured it was going to be scratched up anyway so why bother with the hassle of returning it.2 - when properly inflated the back wheel had an issue with the bead and the tire was never fully locked into the wheel frame. The bike still worked fine.3 - pedals can t be added In the future, this is potentially a short term purchase and at $70, is a bit steep in price. Wish I had heard of these when he was 2! 5Love it, and Schwinn took care of us when something broke 5 months in. Awesome! Love it! I can honestly say it s a solid bike... in spite of 5 months later when plastic seat mount broke... I emailed a couple of pictures to Schwinn (googled their warranty info) and within 24 hours they reviewed it and said I would see a new seat and pole mount within the next week at my doorstep. Our 3 year old son rides around our big yard on it every day. I can t ask for more in a kids bike or manufacturer warranty than that!!! 5Great balance bike! I am a huge supporter of balance bikes. We got balance bikes for our children and they all were able to ride bikes without training wheels much earlier than most children - we have 3 kids. Our second and third had balance bikes at 18 months and were riding full bikes without training wheels before 4 years. The posted video is my daughter riding a bike with no training wheels at 3 years 9 months old.What I like about Schwinn:Good qualitySoft seat is comfortableWhat I dislike:Heavier than Strider, so kids couldn t pick up as easily.We had both a Strider and Schwinn balance bike. If I were making a choice and price was fairly similar I would choose Schwinn fir the comfort of the seat. 5
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