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Push-N-Go Step 1

Sit on the Push-N-Go kids bike with your feet flat on the ground and your knees bent.

Adjust the height of the seat and handlebars if required.
Step 2
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Whilst sitting on the Push-N-Go kids bike, walk forward always keeping 1 foot on the ground for balance.

Progress to step 3 when you can walk comfortably without losing balance.
Step 3
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Start to walk faster and push off with your feet so that both feet are off the ground for short periods of time.

Always put your feet back on the ground if you lose balance.
Step 4
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Push off with both feet and keep them off the ground. Try going down a very small incline with your feet off the ground and use the handlebars to steer the bike.

Once you can go 10-15 metres without putting your feet down, you can balance.
You're now ready to learn to ride a bike with pedals.... and should be pedalling unaided within 1 hour.
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We wanted to tell you how delighted we are with the two Push N Go bikes we bought last month.

Our twin grandsons had their third birthday at the end of July and we felt they were ready for a balance bike each. Buying from the internet is not something we do easily as we really like to see a product before making a decision. But your friendly website which set out the advantages of a lightweight bike made us feel comfortable. We realised the light weight of the bikes was particularly important with twins as there will be circumstances when our daughter will have to lift and carry two bikes at a time. The fact that the bikes were made to your own design, didn't have all the painted 'go faster' flames of other makes and the reasonable price convinced us this would be the right thing to do. And so it proved.....

Yesterday, we were invited to watch the boys show off their new skills on the bikes. We were thrilled that they had mastered the skill in a couple of days and could now speed along with ease. It seemed to give them a new freedom. They lifted the bikes easily over kerbs and up and down hills and, when a little off balance, restored the balance without trouble. Currently, the saddle and handlebars are set at the lowest point giving them plenty of growing room. The red colour looked smart and, already, they have been admired by other people.

And at the end of an afternoon's biking when small boys were more occupied munching on a treat, the bikes were lifted by an accompanying grandfather and carried home with no difficulty at all. Satisfaction all round! David and Hilary Tandy, Lewis
Many thanks for sending the Push-N-Go so promptly. I have really appreciated your response. A rare thing to find such excellent customer service. I will recommend you highly! my little boy is like a duck to water on that bike and already negotiating downhill runs with good balance and confidence. I'm sure his transition onto a pedal bike is going to be far less painful that the memories I have from stabilizers to bike, and of course he'll be there so much earlier. Louisa Drewett, Norwich
My three year old is very happy with her push bike. She loves it and we take it out almost daily when we walk the dog. She is very good at balancing and we are thinking of getting her a 'proper bike' for her fourth birthday in August in the hope that she won't need stabilisers for long, if at all. Diana Burgess, Evesham
My 3 year old grandson adores his Push-N-Go bike and attracts attention as he zooms along the paths through our local park. He likes it best when he has built up enough speed to have both legs in the air and he shouts 'Look, Granny! It goes on it's own!'. After the first time he did that I bought him a helmet! Moira Metherell, Hythe, Kent
Unfortunately due to the recent weather, my son has not been out on his Push-N-Go bike as much as he would like but we have been pleased with what we have seen so far. I thought the build quality was good, it was simple to put together and the lightness of it is very impressive. Selena Whitehead, Farnham, Surrey
The Push-N-Go bike is definitely one of the best purchases we have made for our son. It took him no time at all to get the hang of riding the bike and he now loves to scoosh along balancing with his feet up. I have seen lots of friends buy bikes with stabilisers for children the same age only to find that they are difficult for little legs to manage and very heavy to carry. With the Push-N-Go my son can go much further and much faster and so it's a great way to build confidence for when he gets a big boy bike with pedals. One of the best features of the Push-N-Go is that it is so light and easy to carry so when my son decides he's had enough there's no problem carrying it for a little while. Trisha Johnston, Edinburgh
The Push-N-Go is absolutely brilliant. My son Jack is only 2 years old and was riding it in a matter of minutes! He's thrilled with it and is never off the bike - he even watches TV sitting on it! Jack finds it very easy to manoeuvre and it's so light he can carry it up steps himself. The Push-N-Go is without doubt the best thing he's ever had! Corina Jones, Chesterfield


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