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The Gingersnap Balance Bike is a great way to get children started on their own Bobbin adventures.
With a gloss paint finish and cream tyres, it also comes with an extremely cute wicker basket. Easy to carry, the frame, styling and position perfectly mirrors our adult’s range. Perfect for the mini-me in your life!
* Please note valve caps pictured are not supplied with this bike due safety regulations.
Assembling a Bobbin junior bike is really easy and fun. Please click here to view our step by step guide to assembling the bike.
The bike arrives in a box. The handlebars, front wheel, front mudguard and pedals must be attached.
The basket is attached simply by the straps.
The box contains basic tools. You will also need scissors, pliers, a screwdriver and a pump.
Some things to note:
The basket is not machine made, it is hand woven from natural materials. Inconsistencies in weave, finish and colour are to be expected and are part of its charm.
We aim to ship orders received before 12 noon GMT on the same day (Monday - Friday, excluding UK Public Holidays). Orders placed after 12 noon will be shipped the following business day.
Orders received between 12 noon on Friday and 12 noon on Monday will be shipped on Monday (excluding UK Public Holidays).
These are estimated delivery times and may be affected occasionally by factors outside our control. If you have a deadline - a birthday for example - make sure you order well in advance to avoid stress or disappointment.
(1) - Package shipping internationally might be subjected to import taxes, customs duties and/or additional local fees imposed by the destination country. Bobbin does not have any responsibility for these additional charges that may apply. Certain countries might also require additional documents. If the necessary information is not provided, this may result in delays in the order.
Finding the correct size bike starts with measuring the legs. Take a measuring tape, place it on the floor inside the leg and measure upwards. Now check the chart below.