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For anyone wondering how to get that two to six year-old started on the path to cycling, check out kiddiMoto.com for some ideas.

They make very simple, but cleverly designed two wheelers with no pedals, and no training wheels. Little ones can just climb on and push themselves along. The bikes teach balance and look like a lot of fun to ride. They’re constructed of birch, and either left in a natural finish, or painted in vivid colors, depending on the design. And unlike the junk you’ll find at the local WalMart, they’re extensively tested and comply with all safety standards. No sharp edges, no shoddy hardware. When your child outgrows it, you’ll be able to pass it along.

I hope these end up under some Christmas trees this year.



 

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The b and h part. had you posted irc I would have been on top of it. It was more a general surprise comment than a further inquiry. Thanks Though.
 

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The b and h part. had you posted irc I would have been on top of it. It was more a general surprise comment than a further inquiry. Thanks Though.
Last year that had some really simple designs with a natural finish and a few primary colors for a little contrast. While I'm not sure that motorcycle and scooters are the best choice, they do promote imagination.
 

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When I was a kid I had a bike and I had to pretend it was a motorcycle. You know what promotes imagination? Poverty.
 
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