Young children seeing their people in one Platoon cycling and wanting to participate in workouts will soon have another way to do that. Little Tikes has created a smart stationary bike for children from three to seven years old. It’s called the Pelican Explore & Fit Cycle, which doesn’t look quite like “Peloton”. Not at all.
As with some other stationary bikes connected, children can go cycling with the help of virtual trainers. They will have access to trainer adventure videos that Little Tikes uploaded to YouTube. Young people can pretend to ride a bike on a snowy mountain with a dinosaur friend and ride on farmland to see animals and practice the alphabet. They can also take a virtual trip into the woods on a bicycle adventure track.
The handlebars and seat are adjustable. There’s also a Bluetooth speaker so kids can go to the beat of their favorite songs. The Pelican Explore & Fit Cycle will be available on Target next week.
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