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Despite a global shortage across the industry, this year’s Black Friday bike deals include a wealth of discounted balance bikes, making it an excellent time to start your Christmas shopping (if you haven’t already).

If you’ve been planning to treat your pre-schooler to their first set of wheels this Christmas, you’re in luck this weekend. The cycling boom that came about as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has left the industry with stock issues that it’s yet to recover from fully, but nevertheless there’s actually many a bargain to be had, including an abundance of balance bikes. That means if you get a move on this weekend you can save up to half off a starter bike for your little one. 

To save you some time that might otherwise be spent trawling through all the major retailers, we’ve gathered some of the most significant deals on balance bikes below. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, or you need something for an older child, be sure to check out our roundup of Black Friday kids’ bike deals as well.

US Deals

UK Deals

Check out our other Black Friday roundups

Mildred is a Reviews Writer for Cycling News who loves all forms of cycling from long-distance audax to daily errand-running by bike. She does almost everything on two wheels, including moving house, and started out her cycling career working in a bike shop. For the past five years she’s volunteered at The Bristol Bike Project as a mechanic and session coordinator, and now sits on its board of directors. Since then she’s gone on to write for a multitude of cycling publications, including Bikeradar, Cycling Plus, Singletrack, Red Bull, Cycling UK and Total Women’s Cycling. She’s dedicated to providing more coverage of women’s specific cycling tech, elevating under-represented voices in the sport, and making cycling more accessible overall. 

Height: 156cm (5’2″)

Weight: 75kg

Rides: Liv Devote, Genesis Equilibrium Disc 20, Triban RC520 Women’s Disc, Genesis Flyer, Whyte Victoria, Cotic BFe 26, Clandestine custom bike

SOURCE: CyclingNews   (go to source)
AUTHOR: Mildred Locke
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