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PlasmaBike & Giveaway!

 
 
Kenzie is starting to become a bit more brave and adventurous so when the PlasmaBike arrived, she was so ready to hop on. The excitement couldn'tbe contained as she kept on asking if it was her bike alone and not Mason's (since it arrived soon after he did haha). It's so easy to ride because there are no batteries, gears or pedals. Just sit on the seat and scooch along. The design is fantastic and unique - a bit futuristic.    
 


 
The bike features wide wheels and the body is steady upon just sitting.  Kenzie can easily get on and off without help.  She even puts her feet up on the front wheel and the bike does not topple to either side.  Balance, coordination and motor skill development is encouraged with the PlasmaBike.  While children as young as 18 months can ride, Kenzie at almost 3 years old is having a blast.  There is no hesitation when riding and if there is a bit of wobble while turning the bike, Kenzie just puts her feet down.  Kenzie also likes pushing around her "friends" and even has a parking spot in the house where she parks her bike when finished.    
 
 
        
 
 
The PlasmaBike is super light weighing less than 8 pounds.  There is a convenient handle built right on the bike in front of the seat.  Parents can use this to easily transport the bike while still holding onto your little one with the other hand.  Kenzie's favorite feature is the horn.  The sound isn't too loud to be annoying yet stimulating enough for a toddler to giggle and repeat.  This bike is great for indoors and outdoors however we primarily use it indoors at the  moment.  The PlasmaBike supports a child up to 55 pounds so Kenzie has many years of play to go unless Mason decides to take over before :)
 
  
 
 
 
 
Buy It:  You can purchase the PlasmaBike for $57.69 at Target.
 
 
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The product(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation..


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122 comments:

  1. No batteries, gears or pedals - just a fun, encouraging and progressive start to bicycle riding.

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  2. I learned that it weighs less than 8lbs. making it easy to transport!

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  3. Visited and learned it supports weight upto 55ibs and it weighs only 8ibs!

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  4. sheila musselman askinsOctober 4, 2012 at 12:14 PM

    Weighing less than 8lbs, it's lightweight and transports easily

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  5. I learned that it supports up to 55 lbs!

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  6. LOve how it teaches balance!

    kirahultsman@yahoo.com

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  7. It weighs less than eight pounds and is made in Europe!

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  8. It weighs less than 8lbs

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  9. Weighs less than 8lbs.
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  10. I learned that it supports a child up to 55 pounds.
    lajohnson555 at yahoo dot com

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  11. I learned Its unique design encourages balance, coordination and motor skill development

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  12. I learned that they move with good old leg power and they are quite light

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  13. No batteries, gears or pedals - just a fun, encouraging and progressive start to bicycle riding. Now no batteries is the main plus for me!!!

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  14. I love that my child can use it for so long, up to 55 pounds!

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  15. I learned it weighs less than 8 lbs so it will be easy and lightweight for my grandson to handle.

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  16. I learned that the wide wheels and limited steering range enhance balancing capabilities and provide a smoother transition to a conventional 2 wheel ride.

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  17. I learned it Supports up to 25KG (55lbs).

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  18. Its unique design encourages balance, coordination and motor skill development while offering a fun ride

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  19. I learned that children as young as 18 months can use the bike.

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  20. I love that these don't have batteries!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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  21. I learned that this is great for balance and motor skills, I think my daughter would love it!

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  22. I learned that children as young as 18 months can use the Plasma Bike :D

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  23. The PlasmaBike has no batteries, gears or pedals.

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  24. The wide wheels will keep it balanced without training wheels

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  25. For children as young as 18 months
    Kims2312@verizon.net

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  26. Its unique design encourages balance, coordination and motor skill development while offering a fun ride.

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  27. I learned that the PlasmaBike's wide wheels and limited steering range enhance balancing capabilities and provide a smoother transition to a conventional 2 wheel ride.

    colljerr at comcast dot net

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  28. I learned that it weights less than 8lbs. My child can use it up to 55lbs. Also, the wheels are wide so it requires no training wheels! Love that! This looks like so much fun!

    tiffoverton77@yahoo.com

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  29. I learned that there's No batteries, gears or pedals.

    sweetmelbelle31 at yahoo dot com

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  30. I learned that it was in peoples gift guide last year!

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  31. helps a child develop balance
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  32. It weighs less than 8 lbs!

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  33. I learned that it weighs less than 8lbs.
    Thanks for the chance!

    raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

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  34. I learned that it can hold up to 55lbs.

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  35. i love that it slight weight with no gears or chains

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  36. Children as young as 18 months can enjoy this bike.
    Kathy Davis
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  37. I learned that the Plasma Bike weighs less then 8 lbs.
    bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

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  38. I learned that it supports up to 55lbs

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  39. I learned it's made in Europe and supports up to 55 pounds.
    ~Sandra U.

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  40. I love that it does not require batteries
    leannemacg at gmail.com

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  41. It can be used by kids as young at 18 months!

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  42. Love that it requires no batteries

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  43. weighs less than 8lbs

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  44. light weight with wide wheels.

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  45. It supports up to 55 lbs.
    Kimberlie

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  46. I learned that the wide wheels will provide a smoother transition to a conventional 2 wheel ride

    appetizerforacraftymind(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  47. wow- supports up to 55 pounds!

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  48. I learned it weighs less than 8lbs

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  49. i learnt that Weighing less than 8lbs, it's lightweight and transports easily to playgrounds or when the kid power tuckers out!

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  50. The wide wheels make it easier for kids to learn balance!

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  51. I learned that it helps to teach balance!
    morales_y at yahoo dot com

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  52. Not only can a child as young as 18 months ride this but it weighs less then 8lbs. I love the wide wheels on this Plama Bike.
    Carol L

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  53. a child can use this as early as 18 months, which would be perfect for my lil guy

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  54. It teaches balance and and kids as young as 18 months can ride it

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  55. i learned that it's super lightweight so it is easy to cart around. this bike is so cool!

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  56. Weighing less than 8lbs, it's lightweight and transports easily to playgrounds or when the kid power tuckers out!

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  57. It encourages balance, coordination and motor skill development

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  58. i learned it is made in europe and weighs less than 8 pounds

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  59. i learned that Sleek, unique look designed and made in Europe.

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  60. I learned that it weighs less than 8 lbs
    urbancwgrl84(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  61. At 8 lbs. it is very light weight!
    jbang0331(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  62. I learned that there are no gears.

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  63. i learned it is only eight lbs, and helps teach kids early on how to ride a bike

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  64. What a cool bike, would love this for my son!

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  65. I learned it is lightweight, so perfect for my lo.

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  66. I learned that there's No batteries and that it weighs less than 8 lbs!

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  67. i like that it has wide wheels. i learned that children as young as 18months can ride it to help them transition to a two wheel bike when older.

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  68. It is a great bike to learn balance

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  69. Someone as young as 18 months can use it

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  70. It supports up to 55lb so my 4 year old can easily ride this still!

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  71. it is made in Europe- - - Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  72. I learned it is not heavy, weighs under 8 lbs.

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  73. I like that they created a bike with wider wheels for the youngest of kids!

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  74. I learned this works great for children as young as 18 months :)

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  75. It weighs less than 8 lbs

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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  76. Children as young as 18 months can use it! Perfect for my babe :)

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  77. It doesn't require any batteries

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  78. no training wheels or pedals strictly to learn balance great product!

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  79. I learned that their is No batteries, gears or pedals.

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  80. I learned that it's design helps children keep the bike upright in a stationary position.

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  81. I learned that it weighs less than 8 lbs.

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  82. I learned that the wide wheels and limited steering range enhance balancing capabilities and provide a smoother transition to a conventional 2 wheel ride! Great looking product!

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  83. I learned it weighs less than 8lbs

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  84. I love the fact that it does not take any batteries.... I also love that it teaches the children at such a young age on balance. Thanks

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  85. I learned that it can be used as young as 18 months

    (rachel n on raffelcopter)

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  86. There is no pedals/batteries.And it is oly 8 lbs!

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  87. I love that it is completely powered by the child- no batteries, electric etc and it is SUPER lightweight but holds up to 55lbs

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  88. I learned it weighs less than 8lbs and supports up to 55 lbs.
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  89. A child can start around 18 months. And they have extra wide wheels.

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  90. Its lightweight and it supports up to 55lbs!

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  91. Supports up to 55 lbs!! How neat!

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  92. I learned that it weighs less than 8 lbs

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  93. Its unique design encourages balance, coordination and motor skill development while offering a fun ride that my grandson would love. Joye Rast

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  94. Designed and made in Europe.
    Supports up to 25KG (55lbs).
    Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  95. it can hold up for the kid tough on it and then it easy to use and small enough to for the little one

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  96. I learned that the Plasma Bike Weighs less than 8lbs, it's lightweight and transports easily

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  97. I learned that the wide wheels keep the PlasmaBike upright when in a stationary or stopped position!

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  98. no batteries or pedals

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  100. I learned that its unique design encourages balance, coordination and motor skill development! Perfect for my daughter :)
    Lena Naef - lejn05 at yahoo dot com

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  101. I learned its wide wheels assist children in keeping PlasmaBike upright in a stopped or stationary position. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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  102. I learned that it supports up to 55 pounds.

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  103. I learned that it weighs less than 8lbs! trixpixel[at]gmail.com

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