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8 Children Bikes Into One – Leg & Go

Here at Everything Mommyhood we love sharing new products with you. We have teamed up with Leggo Bikes for this post to let our readers know about this new an innovative product! We know you will LOVE it!

A complete innovation merging 8 children bikes into one!

In the present, parents more and more often look for smart investments, including things for children that don’t have to be replaced over and over again because they outgrow them. Leggo Bikes LLC has designed an 8-in-1 bike suitable for children ages 8 months to 6 years.


The light birch plywood frame comes with an ability to accommodate eight modifications which give additional support for learning to walk, improve the feeling of balance and enable an option for pedaling! Your child for more than 5 years can enjoy the freedom of rocking and riding on one safe and harmless toy.

In addition to various versions, Leg&Go is also safe. Its unique frame design provides incredible suspension travel absorbing shock and safeguarding your child’s spine. The frame is unique not only because of the suspension, but also its angles are developed so that the frame automatically shifts the shock from saddle to wheels. And Leg&Go has a better steering mechanism with readjustable steering limiter and bigger front wheel for more precise steering.

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For more comfort, there are fine screws and holes at set positions that can help you alter its seat, steering, and frame. Thus, you can have a wide range of options to customize this bike per your kid’s riding or steering requirements. Being flexible in size, it allows each child to master balance at their own pace and start pedaling with complete confidence and reduced risk of falling. With regard to loosing balance, Leg&Go bike being made from wood has a quality that metal bikes don’t – wood takes on a part from hit, preventing or significantly reducing the severity of injury.

The bike has a stylish, waterproof design. Leg&Go is not only elegant in looks, but it also ensures safety of the environment. The eco-friendly birch plywood-frame design enables also the perfect thickness for maximum flexibility and durability.

The use of each Leg&Go part has been carefully thought through, which is why it has alloy rim, steel spokes, wider polyurethane saddle, belt instead of a chain and the best fitting mechanisms for pedaling.

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There is nothing like this on market and in order to bring the completely new invention to reality, Leg&Go team has launched a campaign on Kickstarter. Visit their website www.leggobike.com or take a closer look at their Kickstarter project to learn more about the Leg&Go.

Words can only capture so much, but this video does an awesome job of showing how versatile the Leg&Go truly is.

Head on over and support their Kickstarter project now!

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this new innovative product!
Let me know below, what you think!

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Edna Williams

Sunday 31st of January 2016

This is pretty fantastic! Thanks for the review!

Gabriel Mile

Friday 17th of July 2015

This is SO-COOL. Thank you for sharing (what's up with the video?). However, I ordered it a while ago and this week I see they collected all the sum needed to start the production. So proud my pledge was part of reaching the goal.

Sasha

Tuesday 7th of July 2015

I'm seeing this bike everywhere now on internet. Revolutionary one! Actually it is not that expensive on Kickstarter, I think we should use the chance while its up there. I guess I'm buying it, that would be a smart investment!

Sandra Watts

Wednesday 1st of July 2015

These bikes are more like a work of art. I just love them!

Eva Mailand

Wednesday 1st of July 2015

This is a great idea for parents who really cannot keep replacing bikes over and over again as this gets real expensive real fast. What a great idea, 8 bikes in 1.