|Product Type: Balance Bike||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Additional Parts Required: No||CPSIA or CPSC Compliant: Yes|
|Frame Material: Metal||Age Range: 4 - 7 Years; 7 - 12 Years|
|Gender: Unisex||Bell: No|
|Bottle Holder: No||Kickstand: Yes|
|Reflectors: No||Tassels: No|
|Foot Pegs: Yes||Lights: No|
|Storage Basket/Carrier: No||Number of Gears: 1|
|Adjustable Handlebar: Yes||Removable Handlebar: Yes|
|Padded Handlebar: Yes||Handle Grips: Yes|
|Adjustable Seat Height: Yes||Removable Seat: Yes|
|Padded Seat: Yes||Seat Material: Plastic|
|Number of Wheels: 2||Training Wheels: No|
|Steering Limiter: Yes||Wheel Material: Plastic|
|Tire Material: Rubber||Suspension: No|
|Brake Type: Roller Brake||Weight Capacity: 125 Pounds|
|Indoor Use: Yes|
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Diane Snyder from Elk Grove, CA
Bought it for my 5 year old grandson who had difficulty with the traditional two-wheeler he had. When I saw this, it looked like a heck of a lot of fun, so I got it for his birthday. Apparently, his parents can't get him to stop wanting to ride it for hours. He had no trouble mastering the glide either.
Sujittra from Raleigh, NC– Verified Buyer
My daughter learned to ride it in 1 hour! From a I am scared to ride. to I can do it! What else can I say. I am very pleased.
Jim from Del Mar, CA– Verified Buyer
My kids love these bikes! They have a lot of fun on them. The only issue I had was a manufacturing issue, with the pipe on the seat that attatches it to the frame. It sticks down too far and the edges are rough, so that caused some scratching. Other then that they are overall good training bikes and my kids enjoy them very much!
Rebecca from Leesburg, Va
My VERY INDEPENDENT 7 year old taught himself to ride a two wheeler by riding this bike for 2 days!! Still loves this bike even though he can ride a bike now.
Great for the 4-7 year old
Mom of 2 from Philadelphia Area, PA– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
We own a Strider and a Kazam also. The Go Glider is considerably larger. Would be ideal for a taller 4-5 year old on up. In terms of quality, I think the other two are slightly better. We had an issue with getting the neck of the handlebars inserted all the way, even using a rubber mallet. Other than that, the bike is great.
Great starter bike
Deborah Halak from Bradenton, FL– Verified Buyer
Purchased for developmentally- delayed grandson. He's thrilled with his new bike!
4 year old loves it
Matt from Champaign, IL– Verified Buyer
Really happy so far. Our 4 year old loves it and was able to start balancing on it almost immediately. Interestingly he is not asking to go back to his training wheel bike. He's impressed with the hand brake, kick stand, and foot pegs. I like the easy release seat clamp for easy seat height adjustment. Overall the quality is good. I agree with other posts that suggest the kids will keep riding it even after they learn to balance. Glad we bought it and highly recommend it. I think learning to balance has been a great confidence builder for our 4 yo and he has gotten over the frustration of trying to learn to ride his traditional bike without the training wheels. When he's ready to switch back to his pedal bike I think he will need very little help.
He loves it!
theniffer from London, ON– Verified Buyer
So far, our son is loving his Glider bike. He was a little confused at first when he realized there were no peddles, but after explaining how it worked he thought it was great. He's only been on it for a week, so he's still walking along - not much gliding yet.
JJSuperstar from Fort Collins, CO– Verified Buyer
Go Glider is Fun!
Mom2AandE from Texas– Verified Buyer
My 5 year old (and all the other kids that come over) love this! I got it to help my 5 year old become more confident with his balancing skills; he is very tall for his age and his motor skills haven't caught up to him yet. It was very easy to put together. Wish I could get the kickstand tightened up better so it stays in place, but it will work. I think we'll get lots of good fun out of it!!