Kinderfeets Giveaway, Ends 7/22

Giveaway is hosted by: Elitemama and Sponsored by: Kinderfeets

About Kinderfeets:
The Kinderfeets is a balance bike, training bike and also a running bike. It provides a great starting point for children to prepare them to ride a conventional two-wheeled bike. The bike is a cleaver alternative to training wheels and it is considered a superior form of learning to balance on two wheels. Kinderfeets was designed by a Dutch designer living in California. He had originally made the bike for his son because what he wanted was not available.

The Kinderfeets bike has some key features compared to other push bikes: foot pegs for cruising, low step through frame allows for lower setting of the seat, no need to fill any tires, has a washable seat cover, and has Chalk-board finish colors. The bike is available in a natural wood finish or in six different colors in Chalk-board finish. The Kinderfeets is for ages 2 and older, as it can carry a maximum weight of 70 lbs. It also has a patented pending.
You can read Elitemama's review Here

One lucky reader will win a Kinderfeets wooden balance bike in their choice of color ($109.00)
Giveaway is open to US residents only. You must be 18 years or older to enter. Giveaway ends 7/22. Enter the GiveawayTools form below for your chance to win. Good Luck!

Disclosure: Nanny to Mommy received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. I am not responsible for the shipment of the prize. 


  1. Hi Diana,

    Ahh this reminds me of the rocking horses my grandpa used to make. He make "rocking motorcycles" (instead of horses).

    Thanks for stopping by the Friend Connect Blog Hop today! Hope to se more from you soon!

    Co-Host // Justynn
    Creative Life Antics

  2. i would keep it here at my home 4 all my friends that have little ones 2 use

  3. My little Noah! He'd love this so much.

  4. Whtiney Curtis7/20/2013 10:25:00 AM

    My daughter would love this!


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