What Age is PonyCycle for?
PonyCycle is designed for children ages 3 to 9. It has two sizes, small is for age 3-5, max load capacity is 25kgs; the other is for age 4-9, max load capacity is 40kgs.
How to choose the right size for my kid?
“What size should I get my child?”: Easy, the best size for your kiddo is the size that fits them from day one. The best way to do that is measure their leg length.
“Yeah, but what about their age?”: Age is more like…an approximate fit. Every child is an original and you can hardly choose the right size of a ride-on pony based on age alone. Leg length is an exact fit, trust us.
“Okay, got it. How to measure the leg length?”: Good question, please measure as following picture from waist to floor.
Leg length ≤ 50 cm, please select size for age 3-5.
Leg length ≥ 55 cm, please select size for age 4-9.
“Then what about my kid’s leg length is between 50 cm and 55 cm?”: For the 50 cm - 55 cm range, if choose size for age 3-5, kid would immediately have the best riding experience. Size for age 4-9 would be for long-term use, but kids needs to tiptoe slightly in a short time.
And in order to make it easy to play with U4 pony, we also have the pedal pad for the little kids to catch the padel.
“I’d like to know more product size info.”: No problem, here are the detail size chart and different kids’ info for your reference!
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Getting your child a PonyCycle ride-on horse will give them a new and fun reason to explore the world. They not only enhance their physical fitness from the exercises but also improve their coordination and motor skills.
PonyCycle is the first ride on in the world powered by human motion simulation, which allows kids to exercise and ride around the pony without batteries. Instead of children riding on rocking horses which keep the rider in one spot, PonyCycle ride-on horse allows kids to ride to wherever they want, like riding on a real horse. They can ride indoors or outdoors on level ground. It works by gently bouncing up and down on the saddle. Kids make the horse's legs and head move forward and backward, moving the horse toy forward in a galloping motion.
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