Toddlebike2 Review: If you are a regular reader of Mudpie Fridays you will know that Kipper was up on his feet on his first Birthday and ever since has been pretty active. This week he turns eighteen months which is quite scary in itself….sob!! Somehow he seems to already have worked out how to throw a tantrum and a strop when he doesn’t get what he wants. He also gets frustrated easily trying to keep up with his older brother and watches him on his scooter with envy. Yet he’s far too young to even consider a balance bike or a scooter of his own. So when Toddlebike got in contact and asked if we would like to review one of their Toddlebike2 I thought it may help solve his frustrations.

Toddlebike2 is aimed at confident walkers that can mount and dismount without falling over. You will know your child best and so when to introduce Toddlebike2 to them but as a guide somewhere between 12-18 months. Kipper has been playing with it in doors for a couple of months now. I wanted to let him get use to it on his own. He’s been pushing it around the kitchen, sitting on it, getting off, picking it up – he can pick it up as it is so light it weighs less than 1kg which is three times lighter than most balance bikes and scotters.

He’s just started to scoot on his own, not that far at the moment but I am sure it won’t be long until he’s taking it everywhere with him. I don’t mind either because it is so light its easy to carry and will fit either under the buggy or hang by its handle bars without any trouble. It also means he will not be confined to his buggy.

Based on a Belgium design and brought to the UK by Jo, a mother of two to fulfil a need identified by her own little boy. The need for independent riding. The Toddlebike2 has a number of features specifically designed for Kippers age group:

  • Easy reach handlebars with a centralised seating position. The crossbar is raised in line with the seat to make it easy for him to sit on. Kipper can now easily get on and off even with his short little legs.
  • The wheels are specifically designed to be narrow to help Kipper learn and steer easily. As the wheels are large it should be able to handle most terrains – although we have only used it on hard surfaces to date
  • The quality of the plastic is very good. The fact that it is made from plastic means that its waterproof and toddler proof. Not only that but all of the parts of the Toddlebike2 are manufactured, assembled and packaged in Europe. It also comes with a 3 year no quibble guarantee.

He really does love his new Toddlebike2 and I can see us getting a lot of use out of it in the coming months. I am sure it will make his eventual transition to a balance bike a lot easier as well.

The Toddlebike2 comes in three colours, pinky pink, racing red and midnight blue and is suitable right up to three or four when they progress to a balance bike. It is now stocked in John Lewis, but you can also buy it online on their website for £23.95 with free postage in the Uk & Ireland. They have given one of my readers the chance to win a Toddlebike2 off their own, in their choice of colour by entering the giveaway below:

Toddlebike2 Giveaway

  • Competition is open to residents of the UK and Ireland aged 18
  • There is no cash alternative offered
  • The winner will be drawn at random and will receive a Toddlebike2 in their choice of colour– subject to availability
  • The giveaway will close on the 17th November at midnight, the winner will be notified through Twitter
  • The Winner will be asked to provide an email address and full postal address

I have some other giveaways running at the moment so please check them out in the Blog Giveaways Page above.



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  1. Tracy K Nixon Reply

    Another lovely review and giveaway thanks! These bike are so sweet and very durable!

  2. Ursula Hunt Reply

    My Granddaughter has just started to walk this week so this would be a perfect christmas present

  3. Margaret Gallagher Reply

    Great to build confidence -esmay would love these
    Great for coordination

  4. Kerry Kilmister Reply

    This would be fantastic for my youngest daughter Poppy

  5. Would make a fab Christmas present for our gorgeous grand daughter

  6. Sidrah Ahmed Reply

    Excellent giveaway this would be perfect for my sons birthday

  7. Chrissy Harris Reply

    This looks great and perfect Christmas present idea! Good review too thanks

  8. Ren Taylor Reply

    I have seen a few of these and they look great….a toddler at Center Parcs had one recently and was having a fab time on it!

  9. Linda Gray Reply

    I have two grand-daughters under two years and when they come to visit me they would have great fun on this toddle bike!

  10. Euisoo nam Reply

    My 19month old is a mean driver and she loves cars! It would be great to win this for her 🙂

  11. This would be perfect for my grandson! Thank you for the chance to win x

  12. Chris Andrews Reply

    oh my grandson would love this if l were lucky enough to win

  13. Lorna Ledger Reply

    Lovely bike, heard so much about them, they have won loads of awards, be a great present for my BFF’s son Jake x

  14. Great comp! My boy would love one of these bikes, fingers crossed!

  15. A.E. ADKINS Reply

    Love these bikes, sturdy but light enough to carry when they’ve had enough

  16. Judy Kennedy Reply

    I had one similar to this and used it to climb in to a window. Not a good idea at the time as I ended on my head and my mum took it away from me for a day. My kids had them and I would love to win this for my cousins son who I know would appreciate it.

  17. Corinne Wright Reply

    Fantastic! This is on my Christmas list for my little boy ?

  18. Sarah Lambert Reply

    Would love one of these for my daughter she is just coming up for 11 months but would make a perfect Christmas gift

  19. What a lovely bike would love to win it for my cousin’s daughter.

  20. Tom Morrison Reply

    Would be ideal for my grandson who is just starting to tr and walk

  21. Tracey Belcher Reply

    These are fabulous and I would love one for my grandson – cannot understand why they have not been around for many more years!

  22. Super little bike and a perfect giveaway at this time of year.

  23. Lindsey Stuart Reply

    Aww wow this toddle bike looks brilliant, my little boy would definitely benefit from this

  24. Sarah Pearce Reply

    i would love to win this for my daughter,she loves getting out and playing but is struggling to master the pedalling on her bike!! x

  25. Kim Neville Reply

    These bikes are perfect size for toddlers and bright colours

  26. Victoria Prince Reply

    These are brilliant little first bikes 🙂 and I love the colours too

  27. Laura Pritchard Reply

    I’d love to win this for my nephew who’s just about to start walking!

  28. Anthea Holloway Reply

    I love this little bike and my grandson is just at the right age for it.

  29. This would be great for my sons Christmas 🙂 he would have a lot of fun in the forest with it.

  30. alice lightning Reply

    such a wonderful prize giveaway ideal Christmas pressie

  31. Edward Guerreiro Reply

    My niece is just coming up to two. So this would be really nice for her.

  32. Ellen Stafford Reply

    This would be fab for my nephew – thanks for the chance x

  33. Adrian Bold Reply

    This would be an ideal Christmas present for my nephew. Thanks for the competition!

  34. Always looking for something different for my grandchildren. I have seven ranging in age from 6 years to 4 months. This would be great for the garden, I have scooters for the older ones but nothing but a very tired cozy coupe for the younger ones. This would be wonderful.

  35. Hayley Colburn Reply

    Our little girl is 18 months old now, this would be perfect for her now she’s strong on her feet, thanks for another lovely giveaway

  36. I have a gorgeous little great nephew who would love one of these

  37. Maggie Riordan Reply

    With 7 grandchildren under age 4, one of these at grandma’s would be perfect

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