greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for children
 
greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for children greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for children
may 15, 2014

greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for children

greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for children
all images courtesy of greenchamp

 

 

 

greenchamp bikes are bamboo-crafted balance bicycle for kids from 18-months through 5-years-old. the pint-sized product — currently on kickstarter herestems from the belief that children’s toys should be made from eco-friendly, sustainable materials. maintaining a lightweight and super durable frame ensures easy maneuvering for youngsters who are first learning to ride. greenchamp uses two specially developed technologies during production: honey is infused into the bamboo fiber to prevent cracking, while frames are double-walled (that is, bamboo is fused between two bamboo walls to ensure the durability of the bike). nature-based joints and bamboo framework promote the smoothest ride possible for one’s child. the vibration dampening effects of the natural materials compliment a toddler’s riding style for a glide-like feeling with maximum comfort.

greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for children
the pint-sized product is made from eco-friendly, sustainable materials

greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for children
honey is infused into the bamboo fiber to prevent cracking

greenchamp crafts sustainable bamboo balance bikes for childrennature-based joints and bamboo framework promote the smoothest ride possible

 

 

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