Little Tikes Just Released New Peloton-Style Bike for Kids

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Get the kids moving!

We’ve all heard of the high-quality Peloton Bikes that are equipped with lots of features like an HD touchscreen, adjustable ergonomics, and live and on-demand workouts just to name a few.

But now the kiddos can get in on the fun too! Introducing the Little Tikes Pelican Explore & Fit Cycle Ride-On! With this bike, kids can exercise, learn, and have a blast all at the same time.

boy riding little tikes bike

This kids exercise bike has so many fun features like free, easy-to-access trainer adventure videos on YouTube, cool visuals, high-energy trainers, and a built-in Bluetooth speaker so your little ones can play their own music!

This bike is not only fun but practical and safe as well. It offers adjustable seating and handlebars to fit kids of all sizes up to 70lbs, adjustable resistance, an adjustable mount for your smart device, and it can safely tilt back and forth to make your kiddo’s ride more thrilling!

boy riding little tikes bike

You can snag this Little Tikes Pelican Explore & Fit Cycle Ride-On for $157.99 shipped on, and

This bike would be a great early grab for Christmas! It’s also a nice way for your kiddo to stay active even during the upcoming colder months.

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Comments 16

  1. GAmommyof4

    This is hilarious! I want to have one. Unfortunately, the weight limit is so low even my 8 year old can’t ride it 🙁

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  3. Joan

    I thought this was an April Fools joke. Whatever happened to the old days of kids riding outside and getting some fresh air?

    • nicole-14

      My 8 year old would have loved this. Many people live in areas where weather prohibits outside bike riding for much of the year.

      • Mcox

        Or live in places were is so hot you have a very small window to be outside. Both inside and outside activity has its benefits.

    • Gramma C

      It’s not a joke. Just because something doesn’t seem right for you does it mean it’s a joke. There are so many reasons people would want that for a child. And nobody needs to explain them to you.

  4. Roro55

    Whip em into shape!!! 😂 I too thought this was a joke. I’m truly curious if people would buy this for their kiddos over a regular bike.

    • Gramma C

      Listen like I told the other lady nobody has to explain to you reasons why somebody would want this for their child. There are many reasons. I will tell you mine though. My eight-year-old granddaughter is autistic and we’ve bought her probably six different bikes and she has a problem riding all of them we also live somewhere where it isn’t safe for her to ride outside in the street like the “ good ole days”. So myob.

      • Roro55

        Exactly where did I ask for anyone to explain anything to me? I’ll wait! Oh but you were compelled to tell me your reasons when I didn’t ask. I can say whatever I want just as you can. So I’ll continue to laugh at this post in a completely light hearted way!

  5. sarah21

    Do people not realize that a lot of people live in cities where you can’t ride bikes outside for the most part? Or realize that America has an obesity epidemic, and that getting kids active in any way is a great thing? Even here in WY where we have small town living, about 5 months of the year, it’s too cold or snowy to ride bikes. This is an awesome idea!

    • Chantel

      Something to look into is a fat tire bike for snow. I live in Alaska and people ride and run her year round. Alaskans are very hearty people though.

      • sarah21

        Hmm that’s a great idea, thanks! We’re pretty hearty here, too, but you guys do have us beat. 🤣

    • Melanie

      Sarah, I have to agree. Although this item is a great concept, it misses the mark on its weight limit.

  6. Mamamia

    Ok I would totally get this for my child but the weight limit is so low! It’s so hot and humid in summer half the time and then so cold in winter, plus parents are working, we can’t send kids that young to play outside alone. Gone are the good ol days of sending kids out to play without worrying about their safety!

  7. E

    This looks like an upgrade on the fisher price smart cycle. Kids I nannied for years ago had one and the little boy had CP and used it to help strengthen his legs. He could use it anytime, not just during nice weather.
    My kid has type 1 diabetes and if we didn’t have an indoor trampoline for him to help get down high blood sugar using exercise, I could see us getting one of these. My kid absolutely must have some sort of exercise during the day, even if it’s wet and cold out! I can definitely see there being a market for this. We have regular bikes for our kids, and scooters too, but this would be handy if we didn’t have an indoor exercise option.

  8. Grandma K

    Very Very disappointed when I tried on Dec 23 to put it together to find out the parts did not fit. Yes, I even tried to get help and three other people said it was a design problem. The holes did to line up. So I was left without a “cool” gift for my grandkids. Don’t sweat the small stuff–grandkids still had a wonderful Christmas even without my gift. Just don’t expect a well designed product. PS i never post comments–this is my first.

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