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bike or trike?

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
hi im thinking of getting me niece a bike or trike but im not sure which is best for her age, shes 2 and will be 3 in november. is a trike better to start off with or is she a bit to old for a one and better to get a bike.
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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"balance bike" there great and she will get the hang of it and be riding a normal bike earlier http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/pink-balance-bike-19-48-tesco-direct/872036#comments
banned#2
how about asking the parents oO
#3
Personally I would go for a trike, my 3 year old boy only has a trike and he can't pedal it yet anyway, my niece is 3 in November and she needs to be pushed along, doubt she would be able to move a normal bike with stabilisers, they are all different though - so yeah I would ask the parents what they think :)

Edited By: RosieWoo on Feb 20, 2011 08:46
#4
im getting it as a surprise, i wanted to know what other people with kids similar age had.
#5
I'd get a balance bike too.... means she will pick up cycling far easier like an earlier poster said :)
#6
Definitely the balance bike.

A trike won't teach her to balance the bike which really needs to happen before she tries to turn pedals if she's going to learn to ride quickly.
#7
Just given this to my son who turned 3 on Monday, He actually loves it, He has to have the seat low though as he only dinky still. But it will grow with him for a while as the stabilizers come off.

Sorry not sure what was up with link, But this argos number is what i mean - 3676682

Edited By: beth3735 on Feb 23, 2011 17:00
#8
Get a balance bike, much better for getting them used to a normal bike.

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