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How to assemble a kids bike in time for Christmas – video
If you’ve been shopping on line this Christmas for a kids bike, then chances are you’re going to be faced with taking it out the box and wondering what to do next. Thankfully the helpful people at Wheelies have made this video which shows in detail the steps you need to take to assemble a kids bike.
How to assemble a kids bike
If at any stage you’re struggling to assemble a kids bike safely, then please don’t let your child ride it before it’s been checked out by a qualified bike mechanic. Your local bike shop should be able to help, but please don’t expect them to do this for nothing if you’ve bought your bike online.
If you’ve still got a bike to buy, then Wheelies are offering Cycle Sprog readers an extra 8% off a selection of their kids bikes, if you use this link, and add the code KIDSXMAS8 at the checkout.
If you’re looking for the perfect stocking fillers to accompany your new bike, then check out our post on the best kids cycling Christmas present – we’ve got something for all ages from tots to teens and beyond.
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