Radio Flyer Glide N Go Balance Bike with Air Tires

Last updated: April 25, 2019

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Product Details

In our analysis of 112 expert reviews, the Radio Flyer Glide N Go Balance Bike with Air Tires placed 14th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Boost your child’s confidence by giving him/her a more fun and effective way to learn to ride a bike! This pedal-free beginner bike allows your child to focus on balance, preparing him/her for a two-wheeler in no time. Avoid wobbly and frustrating training wheels altogether! The Radio Flyer Glide & Go Balance Bike with air tires helps eliminate the fear of falling, allowing children as young as 2-1/2 to get on and go. The bike features air tires that hug the road and a sturdy steel frame for durability. The comfort seat adjusts to grow with your child and the ringing bell offers additional fun.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The Radio Flyer Glide and Go is made using a classic design that will likely match your kid's wagon. Its padded saddle seat and the soft-grip handles make it comfortable to ride for hours, plus there's a working bell attached for even more fun.
This has adjustable seat height and has soft grips on handles for steering.
This has great geometry and build for the price. Also, it has a longer wheelbase for greater stability.
The steel version has an adjustable seat post with a lot of adjustment and a nicely cushioned saddle. The wooden version is less adjustable and has a set handlebar height as well. The steel Radio Flyer Glide N’ Go balance bikes also come with a real bell. Your child will love this. You might not love that feature as much as they do. The frames on the Radio Flyer all sit a bit higher than on other balance bikes in this review, so this Radio Flyer is geared more towards 3-year-olds. It is easier for an older toddler to balance and step over this frame design. They will also feel more in control with a higher frame.

What reviewers didn't like

Bike runs a little large, better for older or taller children.
This bike has no handbrake.
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