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GLIDE BIKES

GLIDE BIKES

Go Glider
Go Glider

MSRP: $129.99
Gender: Boys And Girls
Age: 6 to 9

Designed for kids age 6-9 who have not mastered riding a bike. Kids with learning disabilities can benefit as well by allowing them to learn safely at there own pace. The Go Glider features a 16" Eva foam airless tire, adjustable seat height from 17.5" to 23", and adjustable handle bars. It uses the same proven geometry as the Mini Glider, scaled up for larger kids and is made out of the same high quality alloy finished off in metallic lead free paint. Suggested retail price is 119.99-129.99.

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MiniGlider
MiniGlider

MSRP: $99.95
Gender: Boys And Girls
Age: 2 to 6

Alloy Mini Glider fits kids 2-6 years old. Same Proven Geometry as PV Glider. Designed in the USA. Lightweight - only 8 LBS. No maintenance "air-free" tires Comes with tool to assemble in less than a minute. Availabe in Red Candy Apple and Candy Blue Metallic Paint. Suitable for boy or girl. Really sparkles in the light.

The only balance bike with pegs to rest feet.
(Patent Pending)

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The secret is in the geometry. Adjustable heights to the seat allows for a child to put both feet flat on the ground while learning to balance. Adjustable handle bars allow for an adjustable reach for growing children. There are no training wheels involved. The key to learning to balance is to learn what to do when the bike leans to either side. Training wheels do not allow the bike to lean and so kids never learn what this feels like. As a result, the average time a child spends on training wheels is two to three years. With the MiniGlider, kids learn to balance right off the bat, so most children can ride a bike within a month or two, even two-year olds. Amazing!
 
 


 

About GLIDE BIKES

Easy to ride...fun to glide! Kids learn to balance safely, without tears or training wheels with the Mini Glider Bike.

Moms and Dads, are you looking for a learning bike that will teach your child to ride without tears, training wheels, frustration, scraped knees and elbows? Then look no further! The Mini Glider is a balance bike that teaches children how to balance - the important first step in riding a bike. First kids "walk" the bike by pushing with alternating feet, then lift one foot and then two, until they are confidently gliding and balancing. Glide Bikes are U.S.-designed with mountain bike geometry, giving your child a lower center of gravity for more stability and safer balancing. No pedals or training wheels to get in the way.

Invented by Ed, a father and avid cyclist who saw the need for a learning bike with superior construction and design, the Mini Glider has been road tested by Ed's own children to ensure that the product meets all design and quality requirements, and most importantly, that it's fun! The lightweight alloy frame is easy to maneuver and the foot pegs give kids a great way to glide. The quick-release seat clamp makes height adjustments easy, handlebars adjust for proper arm alignment, and the easy-to-use handbrake is sized just right for small hands. There is minimal assembly and all Glide Bikes are covered by a lifetime warranty! Cool "Glide Bikes Kid" graphics adorn the frame and the handlebar cover. Children love to glide so much that they will continue to ride their Mini Glider long after they're riding a pedal bike!

GLIDE BIKES
4553 Technology Drive, Unit 6
Wilmington, NC 28405
910-524-1151
http://www.glidebikes.com


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