I want to teach my daughter how to ride a bike but I don't know if she's too young -- what age did you teach your kiddos?
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Virginia posted July 14, 2020My oldest was early. Her father rides dirt bikes and put her on a bike basically as soon as she could walk -- one of those balance ones. Before we knew it she could ride a regular one! It was early... 4 probably? 1 Like
Corissa posted July 14, 2020Mine is still too scared and he's 5. I know it's still early but I'm worried that I'm never going to be able to get him on one! 0 Likes
Kandy posted August 8, 2020If the child is not afraid, they can start early, 3ish. They might need training wheels at first, but they still can learn. My children were older, but it was due to where we lived & not having room for bikes. Follow your heart. If your child seems like they are ready, go for it. Be sure they have a helmet. 0 Likes
Juliet G posted October 5, 2020You need to teach your child to ride a Bicycle gradually,you can start from the age of 3 to ride a three-wheeled Bicycle,and then when the child learns to pedal and understands what the point is, you can remove the safety wheels and teach her balance and so over time she will learn 0 Likes
Beverly posted July 29I started with a balance bike first at 18 months 0 Likes