Kiddimoto is a company from the United Kingdom, Somerset, specializing in the production of balance bikes.
Their bikes have won many awards. Within their catalogue you will find a whole range of accessories that allow the child to have a coordinated look (helmet, gloves, backpack and bell). The first bike was made by founder Simon Booth in 2003. In 2004 they introduced balance bikes designed with the appearance of racing and cross bikes. A real novelty in the sector that usually sees only one model, thus meeting all tastes. In 2006 they won the Hamleys "Toy of the Year" award. In 2009 they moved their headquarters to Westbury-Sub-Mendip to cope with growing customer demand. In 2011 Simon starred on the BBC's popular Dragons' Den television program. In 2013 they further expanded the warehouse in response to strong demand. In 2015 they received the prestigious "Queen's Award for International Trade" from the Queen.
To date, there are eleven models in the catalogue with many patterns and colors. It will be possible for children and parents to indulge in the choice. Kiddimoto produces not only balance bikes in wood but also in aluminium and carbon. Their helmets are particular, cared for and original and you can choose from over 30 different subjects. The same can be coordinated with the bicycle. In addition to the bikes they also produce scooters for children aged 3 and up with a nice choice range and lights built into the wheels. A real must for children. From today we will have the opportunity to choose a balance bike that combines the functionality of the object with a modern and original aesthetic taste.