Custom Kids One Wheel Circus Bicycle 16 Inch Wheel Unicycle
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- Model NO.: Allybicycles-1-4
- Wheel Size: 16 Inch,Made as Demands
- Gear: No
- Service: Helmet Kneepads and Gloves
- Trademark: AllyBicycles-bicycle
- Specification: Aluminum
- HS Code: 8712008900
- Frame Size: Can Be Customized
- Foldable: Not Foldable
- Weight Limit: 70 Kg
- Color: Red,Blue,Yellow,Pink,Black
- Transport Package: 1 PC/CTN
- Origin: China
Unicycles strengthen motor skills
16 ins (40.6 cm) wheel with aluminum rim and valve
Powder-coated, durable enamel
Sturdy plastic pedals with reflectors
Diamond-textured seat support, chromed, with quick clamp
Builds balance skills, provides great workout
Helmet recommended, kneepads and gloves suggested
High quality construction
Learning for Little Kids
Unicycling can be very beneficial for children. In addition to increased strength and balance skills, young riders are often the quickest to gain confidence and increase attention span.
Children as young as 3-6 years old can learn to unicycle. However, youngsters need to work harder because of their undeveloped coordination and lack of focus. If you are willing to coach a child (and they are willing to learn), remember the following points in addition to basic riding tips.
- Unicycle size. Find a quality unicycle with the largest wheel which will accommodate the youngster. This may be a 12, 14", 16" or 18" wheel. The rider's legs should be slightly bent when the pedals are all the way down. If it is necessary to shorten the seat post, use a pipe cutter and a file to smooth the cut edge.
- Patience. Generally, the younger the rider, the more time it takes for them to learn how to control the unicycle. Start with frequent short practice sessions instead of trying to do too much at once. Having initial limited structured daily practice times can be very rewarding.
- Helpers. Offer your hand from the side for stability but they should support their own weight as soon as possible. Having two people assist very young riders helps them develop balance and coordination skills more quickly.
- Don't push it. A big factor in whether a child succeeds is in how much determination they have. Try to keep them focused on the goal and encourage them to visualize themselves riding solo. If the desire vanishes, give them a break-but don't despair. Many will decide to try again later and their previously learned skills will come back quickly.
- With patience and proper coaching, you can help bring the joy of unicycling to a child in your life.
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FAQ&Kids buyers guide
1.How to choose the best kids' bike?
As parents, we all want the same thing for our kids: a bike that provides safety, comfort, reliability, and ease of use without breaking the bank. We want your child's first riding experience to be as memorable as yours, and that's why every child's bike that carries the Allybicycles is held to the same rigorous standards as all of the products we make. The bottom line is that getting your child on a well-designed machine is more economical for you in the long run, is easier to learn to ride, and ultimately more enjoyable for your kid from day one.
2.Bikes are not toys
This may go without saying, but a bicycle is not a toy. While the prices of big box stores may seem enticing, these bikes are often poorly designed and were not assembled by certified mechanics. A bike that may seem "pretty" or "cool" standing next to the toothpaste aisle will often not retain resale value or remain functional for a younger sibling, and is ultimately a bad investment. Allybickcles bikes are engineered and crafted by people who care about bikes and their riders. In the end, a good rule of thumb is that you should never buy a bike where you buy your cereal
3.What size bike does my child need?
Kids' bikes range in wheel size from 12-26˝. For simplicity's sake, it's easy to think about your child's age when determining which size is best for them. Though the guidelines below are general, they go a long way in zeroing in on where to begin your search.
Kids' bikes are optimized around these wheel sizes in terms of fit and performance level. As wheel size increases, so do the number of options to accommodate the additional skills and riding preferences of older children. While Allybicycles offers one awesome balance bike for the youngest tots, larger wheel sizes include multiple models optimized for road, mountain, or city riding.
4.What's a balance bike?
Balance bikes have become popular in recent years as savvy parents have recognized that balance, rather than pedaling, is the most essential component of riding a bike, and should therefore be the starting point of any instruction. They allow small children to push the bike with their feet, and then place them on stationary platforms to coast and practice balancing. It's easy to think of them as a cross between a scooter and a bicycle. Allybicycles' Kickster is the best option for the youngest riders, and teaching them to balance early on will make their transition to a bike with pedals all the more easy.
5.What about training wheels?
You probably learned to ride a bike on training wheels. Most professional cyclists probably did, too. Training wheels are a great way to get kids comfortable on the bike, and to get them hooked on the feeling of freedom that only a bicycle can provide. Allybicycles offers removable training wheels on all of our 12˝ and 16˝ kids' models, and these options are ideal for kids who are too big for a balance bike or simply need a bit more time to get comfortable.
When teaching your child to ride, remember that the emphasis should be on balance, not pedaling. As soon as your child is comfortable with the thought of removing the training wheels, it's time for them to go.
5.Does my kid need a mountain bike? Are they ready for a real road bike?
The final consideration in finding the right bike for your child is category. Bikes are generally divided into the categories of mountain, road, and hybrid. At the smaller wheel sizes, most kids will likely be riding short distances around the neighborhood, and benefit from a simple city-style bike that does not add weight with unnecessary components.