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Early Rider - cool kids bikes

shoutOut on 4/4/12 by Duncan Boxshall-Smith in peeps

Kids are zooming around in style!

Recently I accompanied my friends to register for the Argus cycle race and I came across an absolutely awesome little item that I simply had to share with you.

The Early Rider bike range is so much more than what you have come to expect from traditional kids bikes.

The company was started back in 2006 by Andy Loveland, who became obsessed with providing his young son with a suitable riding bike that also looked really awesome. In the end he devised an amazing looking bike that was not only eco-friendly, but also completely 'adjustable'.

Early Rider is based in the UK, but their bikes are readily available in South Africa.
This innovative company strives to “produce fantastic pre-school bikes that take a fun, systematic and safe approach to teaching children to ride.

I wish I had one of these bikes when I was younger. They are so slick and have plenty of attitude….which is something I didn’t think I would ever say about a product created for children.

The low saddle seat is something I truly appreciate, because it allows even the shortest lil dudes to have a safer experience and use their legs properly! Also another cool feature is the fact that the handle bars can lie flat in the event of a crash. This means your child is safe from being impaled on the handle bars. Honestly I can’t even count how many times this sucky situation as happened to me in the past…ouch!

Not only are their bikes aesthetically stunning and made from environmentally friendly materials, but they are also supremely durable and are made to take a good knock!

If you would like to find out more about these super cool kids bikes, please surf across to the Early Rider page or alternatively scope out their Facebook page.

You can also email them: info@earlyrider.co.za

Time to get your kids out there and teach them a seriously valuable skill.

Lets riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiide!




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