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Bikes don’t have to have pedals anymore! Enter the Ziggle, the bike that you wiggle!
My son recently had the chance to review a Ziggle, and he was REALLY excited when we it arrived! Thankfully, it was easy to assemble, and it wasn’t long before Cooper was off and moving!
The Ziggle isn’t like other bikes because it doesn’t have pedals. Rather than using your feet to move the bike, you simply wiggle your body! And, it’s not hard to move at all, even on flat ground! My son can go really fast on his Ziggle! In fact, that’s what he loves about it the most! I how easy it is to use and how neat it is – a bike that you wiggle? So cool!
Features about the Ziggle:
* Twist the front and wiggle the back, just get on and go
* Four caster wheels for a fun, fast ride
* 360 degree spin out action
* Adjustable seat grows with your child
* Grip tape for feet provide added control
* Padded hand grips for comfort
* Solid steel frame
Notice how it says you can do 360 degree spins? My son LOVES to do those. It makes him feel so cool, and he laughs hysterically. It’s so nice to see him having so much fun! And, it’s not just my son having all the fun. All the kids in the neighborhood want to use the Ziggle! It’s become such a popular toy, and everyone wants a turn!
One of the best features for me is the fact that it can grow with your child. The seat is adjustable, and I can see my son using it for several years. The Radio Flyer Ziggle is only $49.99, which is less than you would pay for a regular bike, and this will last you much longer. I love that fact that you totally get your monies worth out of this!
Would your kids like this? Let us know in the comments!