User, that is ace, you've just made an old cynic go dewy eyed, what you do ? Just remove the pedals ? Must admit it sounds the best way to teach a bairn to balance a bike, and at 2 1/2 yrs. You must be one proud Mo' Fo' !!!Our boy is 2 and a half. we bought him an Islabikes rothan for his birthday. After 3 weekends, he's already lifting his feet off the ground. Yesterday he 'cycled' three miles on it, and wanted to go further. I had trouble keeping up with him on foot.
These should be compulsory for all toddlers-
You might have to click on it again later. I've only just put it up.
If you still have it in 2 years, bear me in mind... Although I think my sister is sold on the idea of a Likeabike, and I have to admit, that would be my choice, dosh permitting, just out of an old fashioned love of wooden toys...
(Must remember to click links before posting in threads)The bike doesn't have pedals. Have a look at the link and you'll see.
You could take the pedals off a normal bike and get them to learn that way, but you'll struggle to find a 2-wheeler this small.
Me too. Mind you,even fluffy bunnies and flowers make me dewy eyed at certain times of the month.Elmer Fudd said:User, that is ace, you've just made an old cynic go dewy eyed
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