G-Bike, Balance Bike and Trike are different types of bikes or vehicles designed for different purposes and age groups.
The G-Bike, also known as the "Glide Bike", is a balance bike designed specifically for children to teach them balance and coordination while riding a bike. It has no pedals, just two wheels, a saddle and handlebars. Children sit on the saddle, push off the ground with their feet and learn to balance and steer. The G-Bike allows children to gradually learn to ride a bike before moving on to a traditional bike with pedals.
A balance bike is a small bicycle without pedals that helps children develop balance and learn to ride a bike. Similar to the G-Bike, children can push off the ground with their feet and learn to ride a bike by maintaining their balance. Balance bikes are available in a variety of sizes to accommodate different age groups, and can often be adjusted to fit a child's growth by adjusting the saddle and handlebar height.
A trike is a three-wheeled vehicle generally designed for children or adults. Unlike a traditional bicycle or balance bike, a trike has two rear wheels and one front wheel for added stability. Trikes can be ridden by both children and adults and come in a variety of styles, such as recreational or for people with limited mobility.
These vehicles are used to develop balance, coordination and bike control, especially in children. They provide a safe way to learn how to ride a bike and build confidence before transitioning to a traditional bicycle. The choice between G-Bike, Balance Bike and Trike depends on the individual needs, age and abilities of the user.
Ultralight, Push bar with handle & steering function
Easy to fold, Large wheels