Parker was a little scared of the Plasma Bike at first. I was thinking maybe he was still too young for the out of this world bike. The Plasma Bike does not come with pedals like other bike’s have and this is a little different.
Ride on toys can help children with mobilization and balancing. They also learn to develop motor skills at a young age and they also engage with physical activity rather than watching Blue’s Clues all day.
This is a light weight bike, can support up to 55 lbs, and requires no batteries. The back wheel is wide and helps with keeping the bike balanced. This bike is completely ready to ride straight out the box. I love that no tools are required. I am not the so handy when it comes to putting items together.
Parker will be 2 on July 22nd and is now riding his bike all over the house. He also thinks his Aunt Shannon as the coolest aunt around showing him the new hot toys and while Christmas is a few months away he just so happen to have a birthday this month.
The Plasma Bike seems to be very durable and can take a beating from any 2 year old. This bike may not be right for an older child around 5 or so unless they are small in size.
Your little one will enjoy many hours of fun riding the plasma bike; Parker sure does enjoy his bike once he figured out how to ride it.
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Disclaimer: I was sent a Plasma Bike for my honest review on the Plasma Bike all views and opinions are my own.
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