You might need an engineering background to fully understand the thinking behind the Early Rider Juno, but anyone with eyes can understand it’s gorgeous!
Rather than wheels, Juno rides on rotating spheres, using the the theory that a freely-moving ball will ‘relocate’ instead of tipping: making it harder to fall off. This means Juno simulates the feel of a bike, while being more stable. Use the training wheels to make it a stable ride-on, or remove them for a bit of wiggle to teach balance and co-ordination. The result is a balance bike that can be ridden by tiny tots, aged 12 months up (and one cool looking vehicle!)
Available from Early Rider – $155