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Gyrowheel replaces your child’s training wheels

Learning to ride a bike was a long-winded process for most of us when we were young. Training wheels were there and all, but they gave you the false sense of security that you could actually ride a bike. Once they were removed, you felt the cold, hard reality of concrete on your face, realizing only then that you actually have no idea how to ride a bike. If you don’t want to put your child through the same terrible fate, why not use science to brighten their day?

The Gyrowheel almost feels like cheating for kids who want to learn how to be a master of the legendary two-wheeled contraption. This gyroscopic training wheel helps your little one understand how a bike works, and gives you the ability to ninja in and help them along the way. At a full charge, your tot can go for three hours of assisted bike riding, and will have plenty of heads up if they are going to fall over, as it takes forever for this thing to fall over. They can literally be moving at a snails pace, and the bike will stay upright. Paying anywhere from $99.99-$135.99 may seem like a lot, but it will be worth it to have an accident-free experience with your child. The Gyrowheel will fit on any regular 12 or 16 bike, and has three stability settings so that your kid can become less and less dependent on the stabilizer over time.

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  • A friend took the pedals off, lowered the seat and their child learned to balance the bike in a day by pushing with their feet. Cheaper than the Gyrowheel.

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