Balance bike or training wheel?
Let's think about the balance bike and training wheel for a second. Training wheels are inexpensive and can be used on the same bike until kids are confident enough to get rid of them, but it takes a long time for kids to master biking and can be challenging to handle for beginners. Balance bikes are more intuitive for kids, and the transition to pedal bikes is easy-peasy. The only problem is that toddlers are growing and learning so quickly that they will outgrow a regular 12-inch balance bike in about a year. Parents will have to pass it on to other kiddo and purchase a new pedal bike, which is a little bit tedious and will spend more.
We have our new answer.
The fundamental idea behind balance bikes and training wheels is to let toddlers get a hint of balancing. So what if we can take advantage of both? A bike that can slide as a balance bike also gives the rider the same confidence from training wheels without holding them back. Here we have our answer, the RoyalBaby EZ Bike.
What's the difference?
The core innovation of the EZ bike is the quick-release crank pedals and footrest. This mechanism allows parents and even kids to switch the EZ bike between a balance bike and a pedal bike; without any tools and with just a click of a button. This is the distinctive difference compared to other 2-in-1 bikes in the market.
Lower Center of gravity
We lower the bottom bracket position closer to the ground so that even toddlers can have their feet touching the ground. It is essential for toddlers to feel confident at the beginning.
The lightweight frame design makes it as accessible as a balance bike. Compared to a same-size average bike, it is up to 15% lighter(approximately 2-4lbs).
One Bolt Assembly
A Phillips screwdriver to tighten the stem bolt is the only tool required to complete the assembly. It is not just easy for toddlers to learn but also easy for parents to put together.