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The chain on your bike helps to transfer your pedaling movements to wheel traction. Without it, your bike would practically stall. The efficiency of your bike largely depends on the condition of its chain. If it’s too tight, it results in increased friction, and you need more effort to move the pedals. If too much […]Continue reading
When I was young, my parents sent me and my brother to live with my aunt in another region. I was in the third grade at that time, and I could not understand why they felt like they had to send us away. My aunt had four children who were much older than me ( […]Continue reading
Balance bikes are a fairly new phenomenon, popping up everywhere from big box stores to specialty bike shops, with a dizzying amount being sold through online retailers. Experts recommend them for kids 18 months and older because they take pedaling out of the picture: kids only have to focus on steering and balance, which prepares […]Continue reading
In the bike world, it seems you’re never too young to start learning! Kids as young as 12 months can start joining their parents on rides via baby bike seats, and at just 18 months of age, children are old enough to start playing on wheeled toys. While they haven’t mastered pedaling yet, kids that […]Continue reading
When it comes to kids and bikes, every parent’s greatest concern is safety. While two might seem a little young for some kids to start riding, most experts agree it can be a valuable time to hone motor skills and confidence—and instill a lifelong love of biking and exercise.There are plenty of options for kids […]Continue reading
Balance bikes are bicycles without pedals, chains, gears, or any other feature that makes a bike “go.” To get moving, kids use their feet against the ground to propel themselves forward. If you’ve never seen one before, it can be a very odd sight—why would anyone want a bike without pedals?Surprisingly, the consensus from both […]Continue reading