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  1. Hi all I am in search of expert advice.. This is no unique situation and there aren't many options. My daughter is 2 1/2 turning 3 in April 2016. Long story short, I want to get her to enjoy cycling. What is the best route to follow at her age and onward. I want to buy her something that she will enjoy and that she will not outgrow in a month or two. The current trend seems to be the 'balance bike' option. I would appreciate any feedback from parents and non-parents alike. As with any cycling related purchase, we all know tat we need peace of mind and value for money. Many thanks.
  2. Hey all. My youngest decided he wants to do the Mass this evening and i'm running around like a headless chicken. Anyone know of someone i can rent a half bike from for the evening?
  3. I am sure everyone has that bike that their child use to ride all the time but has now been outgrown and is just taking up space in the garage. Riding a bike is a truly amazing thing. It can be used as a mean of transport but also as a sporting equipment. That is why i believe that it is such a great skill to have. Riding a bike. Which is why I am trying to start a project for orphaned and under privileged children. If anyone has an old bike chilling at home that isn't being used anymore. Please could you make the kind donation and give it to use so that we can take it to someone who will use it. The project involves getting old bikes, taking them to the kids and spending the day with them teaching them how to ride a bike. If you would like to get involved in it as well you are welcome. Just contact me and let me know. Lets share the love we have for bicycles to those around us!!
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