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LegGo Bike

Leg&Go bike grows with children from eight months to six years

Want your kids to learn bike from a very young age? Well, the latest Leg&Go bike is a fun solution to teach biking to your children. The stunning wooden straddle bike has the potential to morph into different forms for catering changing needs of your kids. It literally grows with your child from eight months to six years.

This means it is the ultimate toy that will stay with your children from toddler to preschooler stages. Its frame is made from birch wood, which even features an array of built-in safety mechanism and configurable in a variety of ways to adjust according to growing bodies as well as changing preferences of little riders.

All thanks to the security gears, your kids can freely enjoy the ride without fearing about safety. The bike has even got 14-inch front wheel and 12-inch rear wheel for smooth and stable ride. With growing age, the bike can be transformed into eight different structures such as rocking elephant, baby bike, balance bike, comfort bike, pedal bike, tricycle, downhill bike and polar or sledge bike.

These changing configurations are functional in both indoor and outdoor spaces. So your kids can enjoy when barely learning to walk or when experimenting with downhill runs in the park. The project has successfully surpassed its initial target on Kickstarer for about $60,000 and still five more days are left for the campaign. Early bidders will be the first to receive the bike, when shipping begins in December this year.

LegGo Bike

Rocking elephant

LegGo Bike


LegGo Bike

Polar bike

LegGo Bike

Downhill bike

LegGo Bike

Comfort bike

LegGo Bike

Baby bike

LegGo Bike

The bike grows with your children

Via: Kickstarter

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