The BERG Biky Balance Bike, for 2-Year-Olds and Up

Wondering when your child can start riding a balance bike? The magic number is 2!

At this age, many toddlers are eager and ready to explore on two wheels. However, it's not just about age; their height plays a big part in ensuring they can enjoy their ride comfortably.

The BERG Biky balance bike is designed for kids starting at 2 years old, keeping in mind that each child grows at their own pace. By this age, most children are ready to hop on and start their balancing adventure.


Looking for a toy that's not just fun but also boosts your child's growth? A balance bike hits the mark perfectly.

It's a champion at helping kids develop their gross motor skills, balance, and coordination, all while having a blast.

As kids zip around, they naturally learn to manage speed, gauge distances, and navigate their surroundings.

This makes balance bikes an awesome stepping stone before they graduate to pedal bikes.

The skills kids gain from balance bikes often mean they can bypass training wheels altogether, giving them a confidence boost and a head start in their biking adventures.


BERG Biky balance bikes are designed to grow with your child, making them a fantastic choice for kids as young as 2 years old.

Thanks to its low entry point and height-adjustable saddle, it's a perfect fit for little riders ranging in height from 33.5 inches to 47.2 inches (85 cm to 120 cm).

This range typically matches toddlers around 2 years of age and can be enjoyed up until around 5 years old.

What's awesome about these bikes is their longevity – they're built to be a part of your child's life for years!

Adjusting the saddle is a breeze too, with an Allen key and an integrated saddle clamp designed right into the bike's frame.

This means you can quickly change the saddle height to keep up with your child's growth spurts.

If you're considering a balance bike for your child, the BERG Biky is an excellent choice for kids roughly between the ages of 2 to 5 years, depending on their height.


When it comes to balance bikes, the weight is crucial.

A lighter bike means it's easier to control, which naturally leads to a safer ride.

This is particularly important for younger kids, for whom a heavier bike can be more challenging to manage, compromising safety.

The reason is simple: the lighter the bike, the less effort it takes to get it moving and to bring it to a stop.

So, a lightweight balance bike not only ups the safety but also the fun and speed.

The BERG Biky stands out in this aspect. Designed for children from the age of 2, it's crafted from ultra-light and robust magnesium.

This choice of material is rare in the balance bike market, where you'll commonly find bikes made of wood or metal, which are significantly heavier.


What makes a BERG balance bike a safe choice?

The BERG Biky balance bike is designed with extra safety features to keep your little rider secure.

One key feature is the adjustable steering limitation, which can be tailored to match the rider's experience level.

As kids gain confidence and skills, the range of steering can be increased.

Another important factor is the material of the bike. The BERG Biky boasts a magnesium frame, known for being lightweight yet incredibly strong and durable.

This gives the child better control over the bike, unlike heavier steel frames that can be tough for kids to handle due to their weight.

Initially, kids might brake with their feet, which works well at low speeds. For added safety, some models come equipped with a handbrake for quicker stops, especially at faster speeds.

Additionally, the Biky's soft-grip handles, adjustable leather saddle, and built-in footrests contribute to a safer ride.

There's also the option to add a safety flag and helmet for extra protection, particularly if your child likes to speed along on their balance bike.

This combination of features ensures top-notch safety for fun playtimes.

A wooden, plastic, metal or magnesium balance bike?

Balance bikes are available in a variety of styles, sizes, and materials.

You can find balance bikes made from wood, plastic, and various metals.

The most common metal materials for balance bikes are steel and aluminium.

Steel balance bikes are usually heavier, offering durability at a lower cost. On the other hand, aluminium balance bikes are lighter but tend to be more expensive.

Each material offers distinct advantages, whether it's the lightweight nature of aluminium, the cost-effectiveness of steel, the natural feel of wood, or the durability of plastic.

Choosing the right balance bike often depends on your priorities, such as weight, cost, or material preference.