Early Rider Spherovelo

Posted by on Aug 23, 2012 in Design, Home, Modernism, Online shopping | No Comments

I don’t tend to use this blog to promote one the companies I work for (Toyella). Previously I’d only talked about how much I like the EeBoo studios, one of the brands that we sell. I choose not to obviously promote for a variety of reasons, one is that I like to keep the blog and work separate and the other is that I just don’t think it would be right. Adding to that there’s plenty of other blogs doing it for us and doing a much better job of it.

Side view of Early Rider Spherovelo

Anyway, the Spherovelo is an exception to that. I think even if we weren’t about to sell it I’d still be doing a post on it. I mean, just look at it for starters.

Cool looks aren’t the only thing about this. The Spherovelo is brought to you by the Early Rider design team, those responsible for the well known Early Rider Classic ride on bikes. This, however, is something entirely different. Looks wise it is worlds apart from the other bikes in the range, it’s sleek curves enough to make any modernist parent weak at the knees. It shares a common goal with the other bikes though and that is to improve balance and ride confidence in toddlers.

Front view of Early Rider Spherovelo

Rear view of Early Rider Spherovelo

The unique side of the Spherovelo is in how it moves. Instead of wheels it has two balls encased in its ABS shell. This makes it almost impossible to tip over, making it harder for children to fall off. It comes in a variety of colours, but I think it’s the white that makes the most of the shape.

The Spherovelo will be available soon from, you guessed it. Toyella.

Images courtesy of Early Rider.

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