The Zike Giveaway

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Are you getting Ziked? My kids are!

It is pretty rare that I find a product that I get excited about. Any product that will get my kids outside and moving around is exciting for me but when it is something out of the norm, I am really all about it! Have you ever rode on a Zike? I am sure the better question is what is a Zike? Well, it is technically a bike but instead of foot peddles that ride in a circular motion, you are pumping the peddles up and down like an elliptical machine. My excitement set in once I looked at all of the benefits this would offer my children. Not only are they are moving around but riding a Zike helps improve posture, teaches them balance and coordination. What parent wouldn’t want that for their kids.

Adult and childhood obesity have become a national epidemic endangering the quality of life for many. Zike is radically redefining the industry to offer a new and better way for kids and adults to exercise and enjoy the great outdoors!

Dr. Leon A. Dickerson, retired orthopedic spine and pediatric surgery specialist, stated the following medical opinion while studying the Zike in action.

“With 1/3 of our children’s population being classified as ‘obese,’ Zike has developed a beneficial means of giving kids a great, healthy exercise disguised as fun. I agree with the importance of a balanced, yet vigorous workout. While bicycle riding, push scooter, and skateboarding are beneficial forms of exercise, they do not have the magnitude of effect the Zike does. The Zike’s are designed to strengthen both sides of the body while reinforcing good posture for kids.

Riding a Zike increases one’s heart rate to an optimum aerobic level in short order. Continued use maintains the heart rate in the targeted zone providing ideal moderate-level cardiovascular exercise.

Zike riding also burns calories at a rate equivalent to step aerobics and rowing (burns in excess of 600 calories per hour). The major muscles involved in powering the Zike are the calf muscle, thigh muscles and gluteus muscles while some trunk extension muscles and ankle muscles are also involved. The smooth, flat pedal motion of the Zike scooter is a lower-impact exercise that produces less pressure on joints and bones. Parents should consider the health benefits of products on the market when making their purchases.”


The Zike®Z100 is designed for children ages 6 to 10 weighing less than 150 lbs, and features a rugged steel frame with aluminum alloy wheels and air-filled tires, textured grips and reflectors on the pedals and a hand braking system. Kids will enjoy ziking everywhere on their Zike® Z100® and parents will appreciate the multitude of health benefits (strengthens the overall body and reinforces good posture) their children are gaining!  The Zike is unlike anything you have ever seen before and provides hours of fun and fitness!

  • Patented smooth drive system
  • Rugged steel frame
  • Aluminum alloy wheels
  • Air-filled tires
  • Comfortable rubber grip handles
  • Textured grips and reflectors on pedals
  • Folds easily • Supports up to 150 lbs.
  • Recommended for ages 6 – 10
  • Before ziking, please inflate your tires fully to 45 psi.

Enter to win a  Zike®Z100 for yourself ARV  $119.00!

This giveaway is open to residents residing within the Untied States and 18 years of age or older.

Read the full review here

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This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.

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  1. Sandra Watts says

    These are pretty neat. I want to try one myself. 🙂

  2. Angela Harvell says

    How awesome! I have 4 kids that would be able to ride this thing…ooooh, imagine the fighting if I won one! 🙂

  3. I have a 7 year old who would love this!

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