When riding a tricycle children know how to use the pedals, and must then concentrate on learning balance. The next step is a bicycle with two wheels, which is an exciting introduction to the world of cycling.
This bicycle makes it easy for children to hop on and ride away while learning how to steer, balance, and stop. Riding a bike requires the legs, arms, eyes, and brain to work together in perfect harmony to maintain balance. It may seem scary, but it's actually a fun and engaging activity that children will enjoy. Even if a child is just starting to ride a two-wheeled bike, this bicycle can provide them with the confidence and balance they need.
Even more, learning to ride a children's bike with a chain can be more challenging than riding a bike without one. The reason for this is that the chain, while essential for powering the pedals, creates a disconnection between the rider and the bike. In contrast, on a children's bike where the pedals are attached to the front wheel, the rider has a direct connection with the bike, which translates to better control and handling.
At ROSE, our 2-wheel children's bicycles with pedals are designed to facilitate learning and help children master cycling skills more quickly.