Mary Beth Lugo is the creator of KaZam, a bicycle designed to help kids learn how to ride without training wheels. The balance bike doesn’t have pedals either. Kids can put their feet on a footrest where the pedals would normally be so they can practice balancing while gliding.
[KaZAM Classic Balance Bike at Amazon]
On the NBC Today Show, toy expert Stephanie Oppenheim rated the KaZAM Balance Bike as the best in its category. The KaZam Classic Bike weighs just 11.2 pounds, can carry a 75 lb. child, and costs $99.95. If you want one with a hand brake, that’s available too for just $20 more. [Related: 27 Favorite ‘Shark Tank’ Products at Amazon — New List]