STACYC Youth Electric Balance Bikes

STACYC Youth Electric Balance Bikes

The STACYC youth electric bikes teach riding basics like balance and throttle control, making them the perfect stepping stone for younger riders looking to progress on two wheels. The 12eDrive model features a 13″ seat height, making it a great fit for kids 3-5 years old with an inseam of 14″ to 20″. The 16eDrive model has a taller 17″ seat, suiting it for kids 4-8 years old with an inseam of 18″ to 24″. Take a closer look at all STACYC bikes have to offer as Chase shows some of the stand out features of both model sizes, as well as what size rider will suit each bike.

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Readers Comments (28)

  1. 250 charges isn’t a lot. I wonder if they will ever improve on that

  2. Soon kids are never going to need to use there legs for anything

  3. Does Stacyc support our trails? I know Strider does. So does Rocky Mountain 馃槈

  4. You know what does everything better, for a 3rd of the price?… A Haro Shedder

  5. 650 for he 12" ,It’s like for free.

  6. amazing concept but far too expensive for what it is.

  7. So cooooollllll I brought one

  8. Drake Duplessis April 14, 2021 @ 11:57 pm

    razor did it first

  9. Second comment

  10. Batteries are shit! Using Dewalt conversion is cheaper and longer use of bike.

  11. Love this bike! Come check out the Offspeed version on my channel! On sale now!! 馃槅馃憣馃徏

  12. 4ah battery for 164$ lol. nice bike but pricey

  13. My mom bought this

  14. Ooooo

  15. Jason Hernandez April 15, 2021 @ 12:10 am

    Great bike concept, but this company is the worst when it comes to customer service.
    When a company has to make videos about how to change the fuse and motor when the bikes launch you know the quality is crap. $700+ for a paper weight after a year just when your warranty goes out. I鈥檓

  16. I am 14 years old, and looking to buy a mini bike. This video had some good information and I would like to buy your 12 in. Bike. No. I don鈥檛 have any kids. This bike is for me. And no, I am not that small. I just thought it would be fun to ride

  17. secretagentman l April 15, 2021 @ 12:15 am

    Are there other compatible battery’s? Like DeWalt or Milwaukee

  18. I wish we had these when my kids were young.

  19. You suc ther the worth

  20. 2burning2turning April 15, 2021 @ 12:20 am

    That fantastic, but at $1071aud plus shipping, I can buy a new pw50. Nevertheless, it鈥檚 cool and I wish I had one when I was a kid.

  21. amazing stuff

  22. Anthony Phillips April 15, 2021 @ 12:27 am

    I would like to see Keefer test one of these hahaha!

  23. children should ride bicycles, it works well for leg development

  24. where humanity goes, I know where to do nothing and be sick

  25. Donald Liverance April 15, 2021 @ 12:28 am

    Looks alot like a DeWalt battery wonder if you could use your tool batteries in them

  26. That’s pretty awesome.

  27. First comment

  28. Love hate: I have both 12 and 16, but both motors have gone out. 16 motor lasted not even 2 months.

    Idea is great, price point is decent, get your kids rolling is awesome, but the quality is not good.

    Wish the quality was better, had real foot pegs, and an option to purchase an upgrade to the forks to some type of suspension would make this product dynamite.

    I have almost every kids bike. Even though quality is bad, this is still best option to start early as possible

    Bikes to jump start things:
    Staycyc to learn basics. It’s the low weight that is key. My youngest started at 2yr 4mo

    Oset 12.5 for basic suspension and get use to some weight. Both of my boys started riding this about 2yr 7mo.

    Oset MX 10 is money. Remove seat to make hair smaller than pw50. Destroys pewee in all things. Half the price of Husky. My youngest started riding this at 3yr 3wk.

    KTM/Husky E bike is king! Like the mx10 just another level past it. My older 4 year loves this over his Cobra. Linear power band, no rattles or sound lets your little ripper get dialed in quick. My oldest started riding this at 4yr 7mo.

    Electric is spendy but kids can get into the sport so much sooner than before. They will love, your wallet may hate, but the smiles make it worth it

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