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Old 02-12-11, 10:56 AM   #1
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2 year old on a bike

I didn't shoot this video but I can't resist sharing it.
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Old 02-13-11, 07:56 AM   #2
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Hehe. So cute.

Here in Sweden you see very young kids on bikes quite a bit. And on skis or ice skates. I think it's great!
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Old 02-13-11, 09:23 AM   #3
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Very cool, my 2 YO nephew loves his strider. It really is a great way to get him started!
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Old 02-13-11, 07:15 PM   #4
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I watched this video yesterday and took the peddles and training wheels off my 4 year old son's bike. He did great so I drove home and did the same to my 6 year old daughter's bike. She usually cries when I take her training wheels off. She also did great and was unafraid. Thanks for posting the video because I had never seen the strider before and removing the pedals and training wheels is a simple solution.
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Old 02-13-11, 08:16 PM   #5
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Sweet video. I found a free tricycle on the side of the road I've chopped, and almost completed into a strider. My twins are 20 months, and spring is coming! Going to be fun. Also bought a used five dollar tiny bike I plan to take the pedals off of for this summer. When the kids were real little, they'd sit around in their jumpies in the driveway watching me wrench on bikes, they think bikes are cool
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