Everything a first bike should be!
8 modifications for youngsters of 8 months to 6 years
Safety, comfort and quality into an elegant eco-friendly design
A version for the smallest among all. It is similar to the accustomed rocking horse, but with natural suspension it offers more comfort. On rocking elephant your babies will be safe because they can't tip it over or stick their feet underneath.
With frame in upside down position, Leg&Go has the least stand over height. It is perfect for the those who have just began to walk. The light bike will provide extra support allowing your children speed up their pace in shorter time.
This is the foundation of Leg&Go. With such extensive size transitions, it can be used for the longest time allowing children to master balance at their own pace without rush. On Leg&Go they will gain confidence and speed, while always remaining in complete control over the bike.
Having frame parts fixed in opposite directions, Leg&Go enables the most natural suspension travel. If your child loves a real swing during ride, this will be the perfect modification.
For safety and harmlessness, Leg&Go is propelled by a durable belt instead of a steel chain, as well as wooden pedals. The team is also currently working on a drivetrain with freewheel mechanism and coaster brake (back pedal brake).
Leg&Go can be also transformed into a rear-drive tricycle. Rear drive trikes are more stable as most of the rider's weight is on rear wheels. Contrary to other tricycles, it is also easily manoeuvrable because belt drive propels only one a rear wheel, while the other rear spins free.
This modification is designed for steeper terrains, when your child can stand on a footrest and enjoy a ride down the hill. For more precise steering, it's steering wheel is positioned at a smaller angle against the ground, and it has a unique brake system which also functions as a parking brake.
This modification is in process of development. It has to retain all of Leg&Go's high qualities. In addition, calculations and testing is necessary to determine most precise steering mechanisms particularly on snow. Also a more appropriate heavy duty coating must be found standing up to harsh winter weather conditions.