A True Work of Art
To help us create Pony Pals we worked with some of the world's most talented artists.
The miniature English saddle for Pony Pals was created by Paul Selvey. Paul is a master saddle maker from the original saddle making capital of the world, Walsall, England. He has made many of the saddles used by the top equestrians in the Olympics and has designed the Pony Pals saddle to include authentic equestrian touches.
The life-like pony head for Pony Pals was created by Lado Goudjabidze. Lado is an award winning, internationally renowned sculptor and artist born in the Republic of Georgia. His numerous works include the bust of Mahatma Gandhi which is displayed at the United Nations headquarters in New York and a portrait of John F. Kennedy at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
The mane on the Pony Pals pony bike is made of synthetic hair and can be groomed and washed (see care instructions in the Owner's Manual).
The saddle seat can be raised or lowered 4 1/2". The handlebar height is also adjustable.
The tail is designed to "bob" up and down (much like an Arabian horse's tail) when the pony bike is ridden.
Pony Pals meet all the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission requirements for sidewalk bicycles.