Sphere-Shaped Bike Helps Toddlers Learn To Ride At An Early Age [Pics]

Sphere-Shaped Bike Helps Toddlers Learn To Ride At An Early Age [Pics]
Design

An innovative toy bicycle that wobbles is able to assist kids in learning to balance and developing motor skills.

Yi Chen
  • 11 april 2012


British company Early Rider has developed a revolutionary ride-on bike for children between the ages of one and two. The lightweight and curvaceous Spherovelo Juno is built using two spherical balls covered with a hard nylon shell. The bike can be switched from ‘stable’ to ‘unstable.’ In the unstable mode, the bike wobbles in order to help kids develop their early-stage of motor skills and assist them in learning how to balance.

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