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Muna 12″

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With fun designs, a durable frame, air tires and a handbrake, the Muna packs a lot into a modest price tag.

RATING: Highly Recommended

BEST FOR: Kids in at least 3T pants who weigh at least 30 lb. Knobby tires make it suitable for all-terrain conditions.

SEAT HEIGHT: 13" – 18"

WEIGHT: 11 lb.

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$149.99

Rating

Highly Recommended

Tire Type

Air

Child's Pants Size

2T, 3T, 4T

Frame Material

Steel

Weight

11 lb.

Seat Height

13" – 18"

Tire Size

12"

Footrest

No

Turning Limiter

No

Grips Bumper

Yes

Bolts

Covered

Brakes

Hand Brake

Available Colors

Red, Pink

Pros & Cons

PROS:
  • Knobby air tires for all-terrain riding
  • 5” of seat height adjustability
  • Hand brake
  • Fun designs
CONS:
  • Heavier than other balance bikes

Full Review

 Meet Muna. Made with the perfect combination of spunk and features, the Muna balance bike is sure to make your wallet as happy as your child. Scaled for kids ages 2 to 4, it comes with knobby air tires, a rear drum brake,  and 5″ inches of seat adjustments (13 to 18″).

Muna 7

Features

Some standout features of the Muna balance bike include the child-sized handbrake lever, drum brake, and knobby tires. One of the only few balance bikes that come standard with knobby tires, the Muna is particularly a good choice for those looking to ride off-road.  For those planning on cruising the pavement jungle, the knobs on the tires are not high enough to be a nuisance on the pavement. Our youngest testers, several who had their first experience with a balance bike on the Muna, also benefitted from its larger seat. Touching the frame when set to its lowest position, the narrow front portion of the seat easily allowed them to walk the bike around while still having a soft place to sit down.

Muna Handbrake, Seat and Tires

Muna 2

When tested on dirt and mud, the Muna performed like a champ and had no problems losing traction in the loose dirt.  Heavier than his standard bike, out two-year-old tester wasn’t able to carry the bike up hills quite as easily, but the difference was minor.

Muna on All-terrain Conditions

Muna 3

At the local skate park, the Muna was also well received. Whether cruising up and down hills or around banked turns, the Muna kept up with the best of them.

Muna at the Skate Park

Muna 4

The high step over-height of the Muna, was an issue when going up and down stairs.

Muna’s High Step-through Frame

Muna 8

Age-range

For our youngest tester, the Muna was an unexpected surprise. With a hesitant personality by nature, he was resistant to ride his sister’s 8 lb. FirstBIKE, but eagerly took on the 12 lb. Muna. To be fair, the FirstBIKE did not have the lowering kit he needed, but his preference towards the heavier Muna was unexpected. Not yet gliding, he happily walked the Muna around his neighborhood.  Due to the vast range of seat heights on the Muna, his four-year-old sister was also able to happily ride the bike.

2 and 4-year-old testers on the Muna

Muna 6

Bottom Line

Like their motto states, the Muna truly is a “Small Bike with a Bike Attitude”. Rugged enough to ride with the big boys, yet gentle enough for a timid toddler, the Muna balance bike is highly recommended for kids in the 2.5 to 3.5 age range. Due to its heavier weight, it is not recommended for the smallest toddlers, but shouldn’t be a problem for kids over 30 lb.

 

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