Toy Story 3 Bikes For Kids

toy story buzz lightyearWhat kid doesn’t love Toy Story? The adventure. The friendship.

Granted, the last episode was pretty intense. Heck, I was scared.

But the hardy bunch of friends pulled through by the skin of their teeth and the strength of their friendship.

And they got a few new friends along the way as well.

Your Kid Will Want To Ride More

The Toy Story 3 bike is a great color. The kids are absolute dying to get on it and pedal.

It really invokes Buzz Lightyear with that color scheme, and I know my boy can’t wait to go zooming around “to infinity and beyond!”

The only problem is trying to keep your kid from dragging the bike to bed with him.

Getting the Right Bike Size

The sizing on the Toy Story bikes is based on the tire size.  Smaller kids will need a bike with a smaller tire, since that bike is lower to the ground.  Shorter bikes allow for more stand-over height.

You want your bike to be the right size for your kid.  This allows them to ride it safely and enables them to control it well.

Here are some guidelines:

2- 4 years old       12″ bike

4- 6 years old      16″ bike

6- 9 years old      20″ bike

Disney’s Toy story 3 bikes are only available in the 12″ and the 16″ sizes.  Hopefully by the time your kid needs a 20″ bike you will be able to get them converted into a fan of Spiderman.

There are also some ride-on toys for the Toy Story 3.  The Lil Quad is a fun toy.

16 inch toy story 3 bike

The 16″ Toy Story 3 Bike For Kids

The 16″ Toy Story Bike is harder to find, so you may have to dig around online a little bit more since it is a more popular size.  However, you are sure to make your kid’s day once you find one!

Click Here to See the 16″ Bike On Amazon

Assembly Tips:
There is a little bit of assembly required when you get the bike. Frankly, I’ve put a lot of these together working at the bike shop and these are really easy to assemble. The only tricky part is to make sure that the front fork gets turned around correctly so that it is more stable.

Also, you will want to put as much tension on the chain as you can. There should be just about 1/4″ of play in the chain once you get everything tightened down — otherwise the chain may hop off.

Basically, they are a cinch to put together.

These insider tips will just help you do a better job.

See The Toy Story 3 Bike In Action!