They're too young to learn to pedal, but you can't wait for them to experience their first bike. Even though your little one is still developing their spatial awareness and coordination, they can begin to develop the skills they'll need for a lifetime of exploring roads and trails on two wheels. And besides Early Rider's Lite Wooden Kids' Balance Bike is just another way to get them outside having fun. UK based Early Rider created this classic wooden frame specifically for future rippers anywhere from one and a half to three and a half years old. The company tweaked characteristics from its other wooden frames to create something the littlest riders could manage with ease, taking the slack geometry of the Classic and making it shorter and steeper. Early Rider includes its dual steering system to allow you to restrict the steering as your little one learns, and you can release it to introduce a new skill as they gain confidence. Every cyclist starts somewhere, and with the Lite's weatherproof birch frame and faux leather saddle, your little one will be able to look back on learning in style.