Are you a Harley Davidson fan? You can introduce your love for riding to your children since early age. Harley Davidson has released electric-powered balance bikes: IRONe12 and IRONe16. It seems that Harley Davidson wants to target younger generation and encourage children to love riding, especially when that company acquired StaCyc, a startup company that builds battery-powered balance bike for kids.
IRONe12 Balance Bike is designed for 3-5 year old little riders while IRONe16 is ideal for 5-7 year old little riders. Both these HD units are designed to have adjustable, low seat, providing comfort and confidence to new little riders where they can plant their feet firmly on the ground. Children can “dab” their foot easily when off balance.
There are three riding modes: training for beginners, standard for children who can control the bike, and advanced for children with advanced riding skill. The fully charged battery lasts about 30 to 60 minutes, but thanks to its replaceable lithium-ion battery, you can extend riding time by purchasing an extra battery. The aluminum frame makes Harley Davidson electric balance bikes pretty light.