We’d give this lorry driver thumbs up too! If you only watch one video this week, make it this one! It shows a young cyclist giving a lorry driver thumbs up for passing her safely: So often we see or share videos of awful driving around cyclists, so this textbook pass from an exceptionally patient… Read more »
Frog is a British bicycle company with a mission – to create the best kids’ bikes they can. The couple who created Frog bikes are parents of young cyclists themselves. Being cycling enthusiasts, they know that if a bike is to delight, a good place to start is to make sure it’s as light as possible and that it fits properly.
New to cycling and don’t know what kind of bike to buy? Don’t fear. Here you’ll find the main kinds of bikes that people tend to speak about, demystified.
> Shop kids’ bikes < Buy a kids’ bike from us this festive season and we’ll reward you with our famous Elf Certificates and perhaps one of the 200 Golden Tickets we’re giving away. Each Golden Ticket is a voucher for a specific prize. The prize could be anything from a set of lights to… Read more »
Or: How to keep your child happy on a cycling trip 1. Take a friend A friend of your child’s, that is. It’s more of an adventure if your child has a chum riding along too. Let’s face it, most kids would rather be out with their mates. Your role is to buy the ice… Read more »
There are many times in life when buying the cheapest alternative for a child is a sensible option. Fish fingers, for example, are probably equally as un-nutritious no matter how much they cost you.
Our quest blogger, Fiona Outdoors, shares her experience of finding the best kids’ bike.
Order a kids’ bike for Christmas and we will make it even more special for your young one. The bike will come with a certificate to prove that it was built by a skilled elf at Santa’s Grotto c/o The North Pole.
Like swimming your first length or playing your first chord on the guitar, learning to ride a bike is one of those lifetime landmark achievements you will never forget.
You might set off with a feeling of trepidation. You might wobble a little. Then suddenly it all comes together. You realize that you can balance, steer and pedal simultaneously. The feeling of empowerment is intoxicating.