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Monday, October 21, 2013

Check out this cool bike from Kinderfeets!

Now here's a kid's item I would love to get for my son! I first heard about the Kinderfeets bike when my fellow blogger over at EliteMamasBlog.com was lucky enough to try one out.

One of the first things that grabbed my attention about this bike was the absence of pedals, which I found amazing for two reasons: First of all, it almost eliminates the chance of falling off the bike, since it can be assumed that the child riding it will have both feet on (or close to) the ground. And secondly, my son would be able to ride it, despite his short legs.

Yes, I already tried to get my son a tricycle, and no, he couldn't reach the pedals. He is very tall, but his legs aren't quite proportionate to that, so the last time we skipped into the toy store and I took him by the bike section, we were both disappointed when he couldn't make the pedals turn on a bright red tricycle. (Poor little guy!)

Some other things that I already love about this company? Not only are the bikes made out of sustainable birch wood, but the chalk paint is water-based and non-toxic. And yes, it's chalk paint. That means that all you have to do to customize this cute little bike is bust out the sidewalk chalks and let your child scribble to their heart's content.

This bike is the number one toy on my Christmas wish-list of big-ticket items this year not only because my son would love it, but because it's a great 'green' toy as well. (This company even plants a tree with each Kinderfeets bike purchase - how awesome is that?)

You can read Elitemama's review here to see how her son like his Kinderfeets bike and find out if one would be right for your child!



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