Live Play Create is committed to making kids lives simple and stylishly fun and the tike is one of those rare products that your children will gain many years enjoyment from.
Below are the answers to our most frequently asked questions. If you don’t find your answer here however, we’d love to hear from you. Simply contact is using the drop down form at the top of this website.
At what age will my child transition from a tike to a pedal bike?
When your child has mastered tike at about age 4 to 6, you can introduce a bike with pedals. The tike will continue to be a favourite toy for long after they can ride a pedal bike.
How high up is the seat?
The tike seat goes to 32 cm and up in 6 separate increments to 42cm. Due to the sturdy design of the tike you can drop the seat onto the cross bar which takes it as low as 30cm fitting most 2-6 year olds. The critical measurement is the leg length. If we can assist further please let us know.
How much does the tike weigh?
The tike weighs about 5kgs, and is well distributed, so it is easy to carry if your toddler ever tires.
Is there a warranty?
We guarantee all tikes to be free of manufacturing defects for up to one year. See warranty here
Is the seat adjustable?
The seat is easily adjustable so children of many sizes can ride the tike. tike grows with your child!
Is there assembly required?
The tike comes fully assembled except for the handlebars and front wheel, which are easily attached. Instructions are provided. We even give you the allen keys!.
How long does it take to learn?
Our children were able to walk/ride the first time they sat down. They were able to coast with their feet up after a week or two. Learning curves are different for different children.
How do you tike?
It is amazingly intuitive. Sitting on the tike, kids first walk the bike forward. As they go faster they stride with feet off the ground for longer and longer periods of time, ultimately being able to pull both feet off the ground and coast. At first they tilt to one side or the other and their feet catch them like training wheels or a tripod would. Very quickly balance becomes second nature and they can coast for metres with their feet off the ground. To brake they just put their feet down and stand up.