When I emailed Stacyc, it seems like a robot emails me back saying, "Please ride on level terrain, etc." Please contact us for international requests. I would have loved this as a kid. Please do not raise the seat. All Rights Reserved. The STACYC™ was designed to allow children to gain all the skills of riding bicycles and while allowing for an extremely low seat height and low weight, providing thousands of hours of seat time, not easily attainable with a regular “kids” sized bicycle. MEDIUM – faster walking speed (YELLOW Light). Your child should have an inseam of 14” or more to adequately touch the ground with a slight bend in the knees for optimum sizing. The STACYC 12eDRIVE is the perfect choice for little rippers with little or no experience on a balance bike. Anything that gets kids more interested in motorcycling is a good thing in my book. MILWAUKEE (March 5, 2019) – Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE: HOG) announces today that it has acquired StaCyc, Inc., producer of the 12 and 16 EDRIVE, electric-powered two-wheelers specifically designed for kids. Your child can learn to push, balance, and coast in the Non-powered mode. without an acknowledgment that the bike just isn't working. Here’s a kid’s review of the Stacyc IRONe. (Reuters) - Harley-Davidson Inc moved into kids electric bikes on Tuesday with the purchase of California-based StaCyc Inc, tapping a new business outside its declining core market in classic motorcycles. The company offers an expanding range of leading-edge, distinctive motorcycles and brings the brand to life through Harley-Davidson riding experiences and exceptional motorcycle parts, accessories, riding gear and apparel. Box 653, Milwaukee WI 53201. Harley says Stacyc only gives a 3-month warranty on the electrical parts (I wish I knew or I may not have purchased it). STACYC is an electric powered push bike that bridges the gap between push bikes and bicycles /motorcycles. When I emailed Stacyc, it seems like a robot emails me back saying, "Please ride on level terrain, etc." Let your kids have fun. They are electric-powered two-wheelers made just for kids called “EDRIVE.”, Harley’s Senior Vice President of Marketing and Brand, Heather Malenshek, says “We’re thrilled to have StaCyc become part of the Harley-Davidson family. IRONe12 and IRONe16 electric balance bikes are electric-powered two-wheelers specifically designed for kids aged 3-7 years old and under 75 pounds, that can help catalyze the experience of riding for the first time. STACYC is the first electric powered balance bike, and is designed to be the best way for toddlers and young children to learn to ride. Electrify graphics give your kiddos bike that racy custom feel! Both bikes function as a balance bike, so they potentially can go as fast as the child wants, as long as they can push or coast down a hill. Harley Davidson has acquired StaCyc, Inc., a company that produces “stability cycles” more commonly known as “push bikes” for kids. Sold Out Step out of your house and into The House today! Harley-Davidson Motorcycles purchased StaCyc in early 2019 while keeping Ryan Ragland on board as CEO of the sub-company. Extend RUN time/FUN time with the STACYC 5.0 Ah battery. About StaCyc StaCyc is a fun, upbeat kids’ brand that is passionate about “Sharing the Love of Riding”. Your child should have an inseam of 14” or more to adequately touch the ground with a slight bend in the knees for optimum sizing. Until 2019, the bikes were sold through powersport shops and specialty bike shops around the country. Graduate them to the powered mode (the holy grail of fun) as they show proficient use and understanding of the brake and the ability to coast and brake while standing. 0% APR FINANCING AVAILABLE* // CLICK HERE, 12” Composite Wheels with Pneumatic tires, Thermal protection for motor and controller, 16” Composite Wheels with Pneumatic tires, Frame: Aluminum TIG Welded and Heat Treatment. Red, White and Blue... Stars and Bars, what more could your kiddo ask for!! The StaCyc electric two-wheelers will provide an entry point for the youngest riders to enjoy the thrill of riding. DO NOT let your child ride any model STACYC™ in rain, snow, sleet or hail. Kit Includes - STACYC Branded Tall Bar, Stem and longer Brake Cable. The branded products will be available in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2019. The company currently offers a range of products that allow kids ages 3 and older, and less than 75 lbs. The company has served as a catalyst for engaging riders at an early age and has been first to market with an entirely new category in both the motorcycle and bicycle markets. Our bikes were designed to be ridden in DRY, safe conditions in all aspects. Ryan Ragland, Founder of StaCyc, says “After a few conversations with Harley-Davidson, we realized that the ethos of our brands and our commitment to bringing more riders to motorcycling were incredibly aligned. Harley is planning to have them available in the third quarter of 2019, so look for them starting in July or so. Initially, in the non-powered mode, children put their feet on the ground and push. The 12e is a 12” frame and the 16e a 16” frame; slightly larger and more powerful, but each can be operated as a traditional push bike in no-power mode until the child gets a feel for how the bike acts. Serial 1 Electric Bicycles. For the non-powered mode, the proper seat height should have the child sitting on the saddle with feet flat on the ground and a slight bend in the knees, but because our system quickly transitions into powered riding, we have seen that seat height does not need to be adjusted higher. Inspired by the entrepreneurial vision of Harley-Davidson’s founders—and the revolutionary impact of their first motorcycle, affectionately referred to as “Serial Number One— Serial 1 was created for the sole purpose of delivering innovative eBicycles that make every ride an adventure. Balance bikes offer an early learning tool for hand-eye coordination and help children develop skills while having fun. StaCyc, which entered the market in 2016, currently designs, markets and sells their EDRIVE models for kids, with an MSRP range of $649 to $699.