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It is the joy of every parent to watch their child take their first steps in trying to learn how to ride a bike and although they like to see this, they cannot tell their child about the dangers which are involved in riding a bike, at a very young age. This is because owning a bike is one thing and riding it is a total different thing entirely and it is certainly not easy to tell a child that he/she can own a bike but he/she must wait to be a little older to ride it. However, the parent... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2011 at Bike Diva
Looking at the core strength, physicians have stated important relationship between balance and strength. These are the factors that maintain a symbiotic relationship with each other. Today parents are aware of the advantages of core strength. Kids need this strength to carry on with their regular activities like playing and enjoying outdoor activities. A Balance bike can offer regular exercise sessions for kids and at the same time help them develop their abdominal strength. Apart from this a balance bike can also help in developing pelvic tilts and lifts in most kids. For any kid, learning to crawl, walk or... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2011 at Bike Diva
It is imperative for kids who are just trying to learn how to ride a bike go for a bike that is safe, low to the ground and is not heavy to the point that a child cannot lift it by themselves. That being said a balance bike is the best choice. This kind of bike is also known as run bikes. This will serve as the training ground for your kid to start learning how to bike. There are lots of skills that a child should learn right before they reach the point when they already know how to... Continue reading
Posted Dec 15, 2010 at Bike Diva
Bikes are the first cutest and useful gift that parents can give to their child. As young as two years old they can start riding a bike, especially if you will choose the best bike that will teach them how to balance and operate the bike on their own. Independence is the key to teach a child to learn how to bike. If you keep on insisting to go for bikes with training wheels you will just be teaching them to be dependent and you are also prolonging their chance to learn how to really bike properly. Your child needs... Continue reading
Posted Dec 14, 2010 at Bike Diva
Today there are many attractive balance bikes available in the market for your kids. However, when I came to know about the hobby balance bikes I was very surprised and convinced. It seems likes any “real” bike. Also, its unique features make it different and distinguished from the other balance bikes. For a 2.5 year old kid it is a perfect choice. The hobby bike grows with the child as his skills improve. Every person knows that to ride a bicycle at an early stage is a great achievement for any child. No doubt, it is better to learn riding... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2010 at Bike Diva
Have you ever thought about cycling to work instead of taking that dusty old car that burns too much gas and always keeps a whole in your pocket. Well now you have an option that does not involve polluting the atmosphere and at the same time allows you to get back in shape. Why not ride your bike to work instead of driving. Here are my tips: 1. Know the bus line schedule. Did you know that most major cities have installed bike racks on their buses? That is right! You actually can ride your bike to a bus stop,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2010 at Bike Diva
The Strider balance bike is a metal bike made especially for children between the ages of 2-5 years old. No peddles are available as well as no training wheels. This is contradictory to the traditional children bike. To move forward the child will kick off the ground as if they were running, thus pushing the bike forward. The Strider is a perfect starter bike that teaches balance, steering and coordination. But the greatest benefit of a strider bike is the independence that is gained from a child mastering balance. Once mastered the transition to the tradition two wheeled bike will... Continue reading
Posted May 20, 2010 at Bike Diva
In a world where everything is molded by the hands of time the bicycle seems immune to evolution. The 1st cellular analogue phone was invented in 1973. It was the size of a brick, it had an antenna that was just as long as the phone itself, and making phone calls was its only feature. Now we have sleek, slender phones, that not only make phone calls, they send text messages, emails, capture pictures and videos, play music and movies, have full keyboards for typing word documents, and some don’t even have physical buttons because the whole phone consists of... Continue reading
Posted Feb 2, 2010 at Bike Diva
If you have been looking at TV for the past month you probably noticed that there has been a ramp up on weight loss supplement and exercise equipment commercials. Advertisers know that this is the time that most people make New Year’s resolutions and start to try to lose weight. Most will choose a weight loss supplement and try to lose weight the easy way. But there is never a easy way to lose weight. Every weight loss program calls for some type of exercise. Well, let me take that back, any well known weight loss program that is worth... Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2010 at Bike Diva
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