Introduce your "tiny tot" to the fun of biking with the Kinderfeets TINY TOT 2-in-1. With the ability to convert between tricycle and balance bike (all parts included), this versatile wooden toy will bring your child plenty of enjoyment and challenge as they build up their understanding of balance, steering, and coordination.
Perfect for ages 12 to 24 months, the TINY TOT is the smallest balance bike on the market. With an adjustable seat height (ranging from 21.5–28cm) and a low step through frame for easy off/on transitions, the comfortable and purposeful design encourages young toddlers to ride safely and adventurously.
Handcrafted from sustainable and highly replenishable bamboo, the TINY TOT is also fitted with biodegradable EVA airless tyres that require no pump, ever! All round, we think the eco-friendly TINY TOT is the best active toy for little ones to discover their amazing world!
Recommended age: 12–24 months
Maximum weight limit: Up to 18kgs
Seat height range: 21.5–28cm
Bike dimensions: 62 L x 33 W x 38 H cm
Bike weight: 2.3kgs
Assembly required: Basic level, instructions provided
Frame materials: Bamboo, stained with non-toxic, water-based lacquer coating
Tyres: EVA airless tyres, made from biodegradable materials
Special features: 2-in-1 conversion from trike to balance bike – all parts included; adjustable cushioned seat with three height settings; low step-through frame
Care instructions: Store in a cool, dry place; wipe down dry after rain; check bolts are kept tight
Safety Standards Compliance: Toy Safety Standards EN71; AS/NZS 8124
KINDERFEETS BALANCE BIKES & TRIKES COMPARISON GUIDE
*To check which model will best fit your child, measure the inside length of their leg and compare with the seat height ranges above.
To get the right seat height for your child, ensure that when they are seated, both feet are flat on the ground. Their legs should bend minimally (i.e. the child should essentially be standing but supported by the seat). Check that when they ride, this positioning encourages them to propel themselves forward by running on the balls of their feet, but ensure they can also put their feet flat to slow down and stop.