Wallaby teaches you how to walk. It is our cool version of a walker. Put your stuﬀed animal or other cargo in the crate and take it for a walk. It’s very easy to adjust how smooth the wheels go round. This way you never go too fast or slow and you will stay in an upright position.
Rider is a balance trike that teaches you how to steer and to experience what it feels like if you move with more speed. Take it for a ride indoors or go for a spin outside when the sun shines. Just hop on, move your legs and oﬀ you go!
Have you ever seen a balance carrier? Well now you have. Transport anything with our Transporter. What about your favorite dinosaurs or stuﬀed animals? Or become a freman or builder and transport water or mud. Just grab the steer and let your creativity go wild.
Learn how to keep balance. Understand the concept of steering towards the direction of where you’re falling in stead of going against it. With the Balancer you will be ready for a bicycle in no time. The ride is multi-adjustable. Height, distance to the steer and angle of the seat. Very handy when you’ve grown a bit.
Trivelo must be the most awesome tricycle ever constructed. The seat, handle and crank are adjustable in height to ensure the perfect position. Jump on, grab the steer, start pedaling and oﬀ you go!
Skitter is a fast and good looking scooter. It’s incredibly strong and steers very swiftly. The ball bearings in the wheels guarantee a super silent ride. Just enjoy the feeling of the wind when you move. Losing speed? Just pedal with your foot and you’re on the move again!
The Trimax offers stable fun thanks to its two wheels at the back. The perfect stopover before the Skitter. No need to focus on the balance, just scoot and learn how to maneuver. Don’t forget to wave at the neighbors when they see you whizz by in style.
Twist and turn! One big wheel up front, two small ones at the back. Heaps of entertainment guaranteed. When you steer to the left you go to the right. This counterintuitive steering stimulates the young brain. Ready to take it for a spin?