Parents are sharing their recommendations for the best kids bikes, trikes, and scooters! Find the right set of wheels for your child's age and skill level here.

Whether your child still needs to learn to ride on two wheels or has years of biking experience, these kid-friendly rides will offer hours of outdoor fun and exercise.

What trikes, scooters and bikes for kids has your family loved? Add them to this list by submitting your review in the box below.

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    Micro Mini Scooter

    Kelly R.:  The 3-wheel design of this scooter is perfect for younger kids who are still working on balance. No turning required - just lean the handles to steer.

    Radio Flyer 4-in-1 Stroll 'N Trike

    Ages 9 months - 5 years

    Kristy Pepping:  Radio Flyer is a trusted brand that features some of the best kids bikes, trikes, and scooters. They feature dozens of products that meet your family's needs.

    The Radio Flyer 4-in-1 Stroll 'N Trike is the ultimate vehicle for your tot to enjoying family walks around the neighborhood. It starts as a stroller with straps to keep kids secure and turns into a tricycle as your child becomes more independent. The tray, straps, canopy and push bar are all removable to make this transition from stroller to trike bike.

    Strider Sport Balance Bike

    Ages 18 months - 5 years

    Jennie Utsinger:  Strider dominates the balance bike market with its adjustability and quality construction. The Sport is the most popular model and comes in a variety of colors. The handlebars and seat adjust with ease to transition between your toddler and preschooler.

    Kiddimoto Kurve Balance Bike

    Kristy Pepping:  Simply designed, the Kurve Balance Bike will help your child learn balance and coordination skills to prepare them for pedal bikes. It's lightweight and teaches kids to glide on two wheels.

    Original 16" Big Wheel

    Nancy L.:  You loved it as a kid! The Original Big Wheel is back and better than ever. It features a three-position, Grow-With-Me seat, it's low to the ground so kids can get on and off easily, features the oversized front wheel we all remember, and wide rear wheels.

    Razor DeltaWing Scooter

    Erynn:  These scooters all the rage in our neighborhood--apparently an "upgrade" from regular scooters! Kids have to use a wiggling motion to operate the scooter, but stopping is simple with a hand-brake. They can either stand or squat down to ride, but either way, they're working plenty of muscles to get moving.

    Schwinn Steerable Bike

    Erin P.:  This is a great beginner bike! The parent push handle actually steers the bike and can be easily removed when a child is ready to ride alone.

    Firmstrong Urban Girl Single Speed Beach Cruiser Bicycle

    Kristy Pepping:  If you are looking for a bike your kids can grow into, this is an investment, but worth it for the high reviews. This vintage-style bike comes in a 13-20-inch wheels and also comes in several colors.

    Mongoose Legion Street Freestyle BMX Bike

    Lisa R:  For kids interested in riding ramps, jumping stairs, and other crazy stunts most moms would rather not think about, this BMX bike offers just enough features and durability to handle whatever they want to throw at it. For kids that want to enter stunt competitions or racing, you'll want a specialized model, but this one will get your kids wherever they want to go and ensure that they look cool along the way.

    Woom Bike

    Sarah Calamita:  The WOOM bike is expensive, but worth it! So light, has hand brakes and so easy to ride. My 4 year old learned in a day it was such an easy ride.

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