* Made from a durable steel with never-flat EVA foam tires
* 5% of sales supports projects in developing countries
* Easy to assemble and adjust
Learning how to ride a bike is one of those unforgettable milestones for kids. As we are fast approaching the first night of Hanukkah, it’s important that our eight gifts will be a part of those special childhood memories. The Bambini bike from Seattle-based Miir, is bound to make a lasting impression on your child during the Festival of Lights and for years to come.
Available in red, blue, green or purple, the Bambini bike’s color palette is 100% kid-friendly. Assembly takes less than five minutes, and the handlebar and seat can be easily re-adjusted as your child grows bigger. The frame and fork are made from durable and strong steel. The coolest part: this innovative bike comes with EVA foam tires that never go flat, and you’ll never need to worry about replacing the tubes. For little ones that are worried about cruising in the rain, the front and rear fenders help prevent puddle splashes.
Miir is the kind of manufacturer that gives back. Five percent of every sale goes to creating sustainable projects in developing countries. The company has backed more than 55 hygiene and sanitation projects in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. They also contribute to education and bike-building initiatives throughout the world. It may be a Hannukah present, but this Bambini bike will travel a long way.
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