baudman wrote:Thing2 is a fan as well. (No, this one isn't ours).
accordion wrote:Nice bike however - how much does Thing1's weigh? Oh and how much?
But yeah - she generally commutes on her runbike. But these other kids don't. And they don't have the control for this much bigger, much heavier bike. So... (waaaahhh) they all have the training wheels attached.
I mean, each to their own. But... they all have balance. I've seen it, on their runbikes. I don't know if they've even tried their new pedal bikes without the training wheels. I don't know if the parents can be arsed with it. Or don't see the training wheels as a backwards step. Perhaps they think staying on the RunBike is a backwards step?
Oh well, some subtle, tactful discussions are in order, when the opportunity arises
Niggle wrote:The only thing I reckon training wheels are for is to allow them to build up a bit of leg strength to push the pedals.
Hitting stores in December is the new ByK Team Race-R Kids Bike Range. These will be the new Ultimate Kids Bikes. We have trimmed every gram and reduced the road drag to the minimum.
We've added alloy in areas not seen before on a bike this size. Our new fast geometry and single speed simplimity balance weight savings and handling to perfection.
Fast and durable, light and reliable. Every detail considered and tested.
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