Press release edited by webBikeWorld.com
August 7, 2006 - Playgrounds across the country will be buzzing with the news.
The BMW Kids' Bike has a new, sleek look but the same impeccable quality and safety standards as its predecessor.
Featuring an easy-to-install pedal system and adjustable seat, the Kids' Bike is designed to grow along with children from the initial stages of learning how to ride, to big kid pedaling.
Using their feet first, children will develop a sense of balance early on without training wheels.
Children can practice steering and hand-braking skills on the push-bike until they are ready for pedal-powered biking adventures.
The push-bike can easily be converted into a regular children's bicycle by fitting the solid plastic pedals with reflectors and chain.
In BMW's trademark design and innovative style, the Kids' Bike comes in a striking blue and gray color and features a resilient bike frame and ergonomically shaped seat saddle and handle bars providing both comfort and safety.
Kids have plenty of places to stash treats accumulated on bike rides.
These include the zippered crossbar bag perfectly fitted into the space between the bicycle frame and a handlebar bag integrated into the detachable handlebar padding.
Bag materials made out of sturdy synthetic materials with simple assembly required.
The BMW Kids' Bike retails for $300 and is intended for children ages two-and-a-half to six years old.
It weighs 13 pounds without and 18 pounds with pedals.
The maximum weight load for the Bike is 110 pounds. The frame ranges from 15 to 18 inches.
To purchase the BMW Kids' Bike, visit a BMW dealership or visit the BMW website.
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