There are many thousands of bikes out there to choose from, and decisions do not come easy to us. We spend many hours researching products, reading reviews, and evaluating pricing. We want to make sure that whatever we decide not only makes our child happy, but is built to last. And let’s face it, many things are not made as well as they should be.
The Leg&Go bike is the most innovative design that I’ve seen. It’s not just one design but eight in one unit. What makes this so unique is that a child can use the bike from 8 months to 6 years. Talk about getting your money’s worth!
The Leg&Go transforms from a rocking horse, to a baby bike, to a balance bike, then a comfort bike featuring a natural suspension design. From there you can add pedals, make it a tricycle, a downhill bike and lastly a polar bike.
You might be thinking, yeah but I really don’t want to be getting the tools out to change this thing around. I was surprised to hear that no tools are required; all of the adjustments are made by hand. Cool, right?
The Leg&Go can be purchased with support from fans on Kickstarter. For about 200 bucks you can snag a 3-in-1 balance version and for about 50 bucks more you can add the downhill version. There are other ways to get the entire 8-in-1 version once certain goals are reached. Visit for more Leg&Go and Kickstarter for more details!
The wooden design looks really great. It is so cool that it doesn’t have to be replaced for about 5 years! I can’t even imagine my little one having the same bike till the age of 6. Such a great idea and smart investment. A must have!
Agree! Must have for my little prince!
I cant imagine, that I don’t have to worry about bicycle for 5 years.
April G says
What an innovative bike. I love that they can use it for years, instead of having to buy and then dispose of multiple bikes. I’ll have to check out the video later.
Lisa Rios says
Really an amazing idea. The bike looks simply great & beautiful! I really need this one for my kids & am sure they are going to just love this ride. I love that all adjustments can done by hand easily.
I know right? Usually changing adjustments is so annoying, and more annoying is to ask my husband to do so instead of me as if I wouldn’t know how to do it myself. I know it’s okay, but such things breaks my confidence. Here it seems like peace of cake!