Our happy 3 year old gets the first test ride of the FollowMe tandem – will it get the thumbs up?
With so many makes and models of rear child seat on the market, what should you be considering before you part with your cash? Here are a few pointers to help you decide what features you need to be looking out for.
It’s National Breast Feeding Week, so here is our guide to getting out and about on two wheels if you’re feeding
Trailgator child bike tow bars have been produced as good quality towbars and accessories for children’s bikes which are available in a range of colours. Trailgator child bike tow bar (RRP £79.99) The Trail-Gator tow bars come in red, blue or pink and are available at Halfords and Rutland Cycling. Trail-Gator…
If you’re ready to head out for a fun ride but your little one needs a rest on the way back, a towbar may be just the ticket.
There is a wide range of cycle trailers on the market and they can be expensive to buy, so before you head out and buy a bike trailer it pays to be certain you’re buying the right make and model. We’ve listed a few of the things you may want to think about before you buy.
Tag-alongs are a great way to introduce your little one to cycling from about the age of 4 years.
Tag-alongs are particularly useful if you’re doing a lot of travelling on road, as you are in control of your childs direction and position.
Getting out into the great outdoors with your child opens up endless opportunities for having fun, and a rear seat is a great way to start cycling together and expand your horizons.
Kids love front bike seats – they have the best view, get to talk to you as you’re cycling along and can even pretend to ride the bike!
Find out all about front bike seats, what to look out for when buying, and how to make your rides out a great experience.