Learning to Ride a Schwinn SmartStart Bike is a sponsored post by Lunchbox. All opinions my own.
Hubby and I were just talking over the weekend about our boys. They are GREAT little athletes and ball players, but when it comes to other tasks like riding a bike they have such a hard time learning! I wonder why that is. My older kids were around 7 years old when they finally got it. I remember the frustration and lack of patience in all of us during this time. I wanted P’Diddy to learn super early, but here he is at age 6 and I still can’t see it happening.
Schwinn was established in 1895. They’ve been around a long time and knows that it can be a difficult experience to learn to ride your first bike, but also understands it should be a fun and memorable one at the same time. They’ve developed this infographic with some pointers.
Learning to Ride a Schwinn SmartStart Bike
A Schwinn SmartStart Bike is built just for the first timer and has some great features:
- 16” wheel size – classic learn to ride size.
- Safer because less wobble.
- Light-weight for stability.
- The seat is shaped and sized to fit a child.
- The grips are smaller for smaller hands.
- The geometry matches the pedal width to a child’s hip width.
- When a SmartStart seat is raised to fit a growing child, the distance from the seat to the handle bars increases. This increases the reach distance and will allow the bike to grow with them.
Toys”R”Us has the largest selection of 16” bikes for kids so head there to check them out! Always remember that all Schwinn bikes have a limited lifetime warranty for as long as you own the bike.
We are going to check out the Schwinn SmartStart bikes for P’Diddy with a goal for him to be training wheel free by the end of the summer. Can’t wait to go on a family bike ride!
How did learning to ride a 2-wheeler go with your kids?
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