Huffy Bikes have been around for almost as long as the bicycle itself – the company was founded in 1892 by George P. Huffman of Dayton, Ohio, a man determined to bring cycling to the masses. He succeeded: by 2006, a little over 100 years later, Huffy had sold its 100 millionth bicycle. This means that the cycles have been kid-tested and approved over and over again – so your little ones can bike with confidence and ease. Huffy’s designers have pioneered a long line of groundbreaking products, including the Convertible Bike, Radio Bicycle, Dragster, Scout, and Green Machine; their collection of bikes for kids includes tricycles, scooters and bikes for tiny tots. Huffy bikes for kids also come in a range of popular themes, so your Disney Princess biker can ride alongside a Toy Story cyclist; Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Cars, Cinderella and other options abound.
Keep your budding musicians in tune with acoustic guitars, pianos, and more.
These small-scale toy instruments will definitely hit a high note with musically inclined kids. Even though it may not sound like it at first, the mini grand pianos, guitars, drums, and keyboards will improve your budding musician's melody. Plus, playing an instrument can improve children's auditory, speech, and motor skills, bumping them to the head of the class.
We’re making holiday shopping a total cinch with this list of must-have gifts under $100, as seen on Good Day New York with Gilt’s Editorial Director Tracey Lomrantz Lester. There’s something for everyone on your list: Think metallic knit beanies and dazzling statement jewelry for her, dapper cufflinks and leather messenger satchels for him, and mini guitars and keyboards for the little music lovers.
Win the holiday with these screech-inducing gifts.