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.
Even for a child who is just starting to ride a two-wheeled bike, it can offer the confidence and balance they need. Riding a bike requires the legs, arms, eyes, and brain to work together harmoniously in order to maintain balance. While it may seem scary, it's actually a fun and engaging activity that children will enjoy.
Furthermore, learning to ride a children's bike with a chain can be more challenging than riding one without. This is because the chain, although necessary for powering the pedals, creates a disconnection between the rider and the bike. On the other hand, in a children's bike where the pedals are attached to the front wheel, the rider has a direct connection with the bike, resulting in better control and handling.