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Kiddimoto makes bigger 'Middi' balance bike

New 'all access' bike is for kids aged six to 12 and children with learning difficulties.
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Balance bike maker Kiddimoto – which shot to fame after winning an investment on Dragons Den – developed the Middi so that lovers of its regular-sized bikes could ‘indulge their passion for balance bikes for years to come’.

In a statement, Kiddimoto said: "This new edition to our balance bike range is also an 'all access' bike. It can be used by youngsters with balance or coordination difficulties as well as children with disabilities that could affect their ability to ride a pedal bike."

The £139.99 RRP Middi Kurve is initially available in Kiddimoto’s two most-popular designs – Union Jack and Pastel Dotty. It has a height adjustable seat and is made from birch plywood and has real pneumatic tyres.

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