Scraaam Balance Bike Giveaway [Ends 11/30]

YAY!! There is only 54 more days till Christmas! YIKES! That just made me shiver! LOL I need to really get Santa’s butt in gear! Here’s a little something to help you get your Santa butts in gear too! It’s a chance to win a Scraaam Balance Bike for your little one.

Scraaam Balance Bikes are amazing! My granddaughter really didn’t want to ride her trike bike, she always looked at the “big girl bikes” and we’d tell her she had to learn the trike bike first. Well, I had the opportunity to review a Scraaam bike for her birthday (our toddler birthday guide) and within a few months, she had no problem riding a big girl bike! I’m sure your little ones will love to find a bike they can handle left by Santa under the tree! Want to know what I thought of this giveaway prize? Check out my complete review HERE, then enter the giveaway below.

Balance Bike

Prize: Winner’s choice of a PINK or BLUE SCRAAAM Coaster GT Kids Balance Bike.

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Stuff you should know before you enter the giveaway —> *This giveaway is open to US residents only. You must be 18+ to enter. Winners will be notified via email and given 48 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner may be selected. Giveaway runs 11/1/17 – 10:59 PM CST on 11/30/17. Just enter via the form below. * Good luck!

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  1. Regan
    November 10, 2017 at 11:00 am

    I can’t remember how old I was. I do remember I was at my friend’s house and her mom sent me down a hill in her backyard on my two wheeler for the first time. I remember getting hurt and being scared to fall again. I definitely want to be more gentle with my daughter.

  2. Joan Koch
    November 13, 2017 at 1:40 am

    This would be wonderful for my granddaughter!

  3. Joan Koch
    November 13, 2017 at 2:00 am

    Well, I guess I should have read the directions first. My first experience was nothing less than traumatic. I didn’t learn to ride a two wheeled until I was 7. I inherited an older sister’s bike that was much too large for me. My dad gave me a running push and I was off to a wobbly start. I had no idea how to turn or how to use the pedal brakes. Things seemed to get easier as I peddled faster, that is until it was time to turn or brake. I managed to run straight into parked car at my first corner. I came home very bruised and cut up. It was at least a couple weeks until I was willing to give it a second chance. That being said, I think this would be wonderful for my granddaughter!

    November 14, 2017 at 4:22 pm

    I was a cautious child, so it took awhile for me to learn how to ride a bicycle. My parents taught me. I wish balance bikes were around when I was little. It would have really helped with balancing before peddling.

  5. Vicki
    November 15, 2017 at 7:53 am

    I was 5 years old when my Dad decided it was time for me to learn how to ride my bike without training wheels. I was SO excited! He took off the wheels and held on to the seat and ran with me for a bit and then let go! I was zoomin’ and loved it… until I sterred into the brick wall and scraped my knuckles! But That didn’t deter me, Dad just said let’s try it in a wider area. So I got back on my bike and he ran with me and let ago again and this time I did it “All by myself!”. It was a great experience and I was SO proud of myself. ?

  6. mckmnm
    November 20, 2017 at 3:55 pm

    I went straight from a big wheel to two wheels. My parents didn’t believe in training wheels.

  7. Lucy Rapposelli
    November 24, 2017 at 8:54 pm

    I was 6 yrs old and my older brothers showed me how to ride as they help up the bike. Would love to win a blue one

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