November 13, 2017

Toddlerbike – Review.


A while back I was given the opportunity to try out and review the Toddlebike2, Toddlebike was founded by the lovely Jo Hockley and her son, who like all toddlers didn’t enjoy sitting in their buggy..

We had the choice of three different colors, Pink, Blue and Red and naturally, we picked red, its incredibly light, but extremely sturdy, the amount of times i’ve walked in and found my lump of a 6 year old sitting on it..

When it first arrived R wasn’t to sure of it, she spent more time pushing it around rather than sitting on it but it wasn’t long before she figured out the black bit at the end was a seat perfect for little bottoms, she mastered walking around on it inside so once we had a nice sunny day we headed outside and let her try out there too!



They are designed to be ‘pre-balance bikes’ which are the best things to get children used to proper bikes when they are older as it teaches them how to balance first before learning the peddles and these are perfect for little legs.


Its not to big either, and as I said is extremely light so it rarely gets in the way of our busy home life and tucks neatly under our nest of tables in the living room.

Would I recommend it? – Yes I do, its given R a little bit more independence and she is enjoying playing with it ever day, she will often sit on it when she has her snack which is really sweet to see.

Price? – Not bad, if you buy through the Toddlebike2 website its ยฃ23.95 which isn’t that bad, I would probably have got it myself for her Christmas present.

Anything Else? – Not really, its a great price for what it is and gets used daily, stores away just find and is light, plus as I said my 6 year old sits on it so its very sturdy, perfect little bike.

If you wish to buy Toddlebike2 yourself you can find it on their website AND in Halfords

Until next time

Mummy Cat



This was sent to us for review purposes only, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

19 comments so far.

19 responses to “Toddlerbike – Review.”

  1. Mygirlsandme says:

    I keep seeing these all over the place and i can’t wait for miyah to get older so she can have one haha!

  2. Maisie says:

    Ooo Iโ€™ll have to look into getting one of these for Tyler when heโ€™s a bit older! x

  3. this sound like such a cute product! Thank you for the review!

  4. That looks really good, wish we’d had something like this. My 7 year old still can’t even pedal forwards on her bike! xx

  5. New Lune says:

    Sounds like an amazing product! Great review! x

  6. Looks good, I’ll be checking this out when my daughter is a bit older!

  7. Olivia Gennaro says:

    This seems like a great toy for that age! My brother and I used to have similar things to ride around on

  8. The Wanderlust Reader says:

    Great review!

  9. This bike looks like a great option for kids just starting to learn how to ride bikes. Thanks for the review!

  10. Unfiltered Mama says:

    So cute! Not like anything we have over here. It definitely looks super light just from what the picture shows. My daughter would love it.

  11. Discount Style Guru says:

    It looks such fun! And the price is very reasonable too!

  12. How cute is that! I’m making a mental note of this for when my little one is mobile! x

  13. I thought it was going to be more expensive haha I love that your little one gets to try things through your blog!! xx

  14. Yasmina says:

    My nephew has one of these and it’s so cute! ๐Ÿ™‚ xx

    Yasmina | The July Journal

  15. tippytupps says:

    We have this – it’s great isn’t it. Mine weren’t sure at first but my daughter loves it!!

  16. Britt | Alternatively Speaking says:

    My niece has something similar and she loves it. It was so cute watching her toddle around on it.
    Britt |

  17. Ash Williams says:

    Looks good, a great price too!

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