Go Glider With Air Tires
A Better Way to Learn Bicycle Riding
Teaching kids how to ride a bike can be a painful experience, both physically and emotionally – but it doesn't have to be! With the Go Glider, kids are eager and able to learn how to balance, the first important step in learning how to ride a bike. First kids "walk" the bike by pushing with alternating feet, then lift one foot and then two, until they are confidently gliding and balancing. These balance bikes are designed in the United States with mountain bike geometry, giving your child a lower center of gravity for more stability and safer balancing. Children love to glide so much that they will continue to ride their Go Glider long after they're riding a pedal bike!
- Encourages balance while in motion
- Great for kids with balance challenges and those who get easily frustrated
- No gears or pedals to interfere with learning
- Ages 2-10
The lightweight alloy frame is easy to maneuver and the foot pegs give kids a great way to glide. The quick-release seat clamp makes height adjustments easy. Handlebars adjust easily for proper arm alignment and the easy-to-use handbrake is sized just right for small hands. There is minimal assembly required and all Go Gliders are covered by a lifetime warranty! Cool "Glide Bikes Kid" graphics adorn the frame and the handlebar cover. See details tab for sizing information.
Please note: This item will ship separately from the rest of your order. Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery.Please contact us for an estimated delivery date. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied.
Go Glider (16" with air tires)
31"H x 45"L
Holds up to 125 lbs.
Weighs 13 lbs.
Mini Glider (12" EVA tires)
24"H x 36"L
Holds up to 100 lbs.
Weighs 9 lbs.
Commitment to Safety
Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.
When using our products, remember that you – as the caregiver – know your child best. Please follow our safety recommendations, and provide additional supervision as needed for your child.