KaZAM Bikes – Balance Bicycle with No Pedals

KaZAM is at the forefront of the balance bike revolution. If you have a child between the ages of 2 ½- to 5 ½ years old, KaZAM is the perfect alternative to training wheels. The bike takes the focus off peddling, and places it on steering and balance. It’s a method that’s been used in Europe for years, and the KaZAM founders have brought it to the United States. It’s one of the easiest and safest ways to teach children how to ride.

KaZAM’s tagline is “No Peddles – No Problem.” Balance bikes don’t depend on peddles for movement. Kids use their feet to propel themselves forward. Once they’ve generated enough momentum they can focus on steering. Unlike traditional bikes, they don’t rely on training wheels for support. The child’s first priority is to learn balance and control.

There are two bike models to choose from that come in an array of colors. There’s the KaZAM Balance Bike V2E and V2S, which previously won the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award for being one of the most innovative products on the market. KaZAM is a Mark Cuban company that provides a quality product at an affordable price. Order your KaZAM balance bike today!

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