Not strictly speaking bikes, but daughter wants a scooter for her fourth birthday so does anybody have any advice or recommendations? One stipulation - it must have rainbows.
Halfords (do / used to) sell sparkly tassly things which you could put on the end of the grips. Nothing else needed when she's 4 :-)Not strictly speaking bikes, but daughter wants a scooter for her fourth birthday so does anybody have any advice or recommendations? One stipulation - it must have rainbows.
I'm not sure that a full size stunt scooter coloured like a diesel spill is exactly what she had in mind but thanks for Googling.This is rather cool but not cheap;
I like those a lot, but it looks like they might be just a little bit big, and I think she might be imagining the smaller type that she's been seeing around. One to consider though.Check out the bike star range. A little spendy, but very well built and come with pneumatic tyres. I can’t guarantee rainbows, but ‘girly’ designs are available one would imagine.
Yes, they're the ones that @Heigue'r was suggesting I think. All replaceable parts so I reckon a used one of those, checked over and fancied up with some new rainbow tassels should do the trick. Is the regular one good or do you think it's worth going for the deluxe?Bought these for my three grandaughters, they all loved them, really stable and easy to ride,
Just the standard one, They all used them for a few years, then all passed down to the younger friends.
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|IKEA kids/junior office or desk chair. Free - collection only from Manchester area.||Exchange / Free||1|
|S||Wander kids bike||Vintage & Classic Bikes||10|
|Kids SDP cycling shoes - what's the smallest available to buy?||Components, Accessories & Clothing||9|
|C||Proper hardshell rain kit for kids||Family & Recreational Cycling||0|