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Men'S The Kiddimoto Hero Superbike range of wooden balance bikes are officially licensed replicas of past and future world champions and include the classic design features found on the real bike, including fairings, under seat exhaust pipes, styled tanks and tails and a sculptured rear swinging arm. The Heroes Collection celebrate the champions of the past 50 years and include the riders signature reproduced on the tank! With a sleek design and a comfortable riding position they are ideal for children to learn riding and balance skills from the age of 2 years upwards. Kiddimoto balance bikes meet all safety standards and are CE approved. Kiddimoto have won a string of awards, including the Hamleys One of a Kind award, Practical Pre-School award and Right Start awards. Kiddimoto have also been remarked upon in a recent OFSTED report (142760) as offering excellent indoor and outdoor activity and development of large muscle skills and good coordination through riding the wooden bike. A balance bike is the perfect early introduction to two wheels, they do not have pedals or stabilisers, therefore children learn to balance and steer very quickly. At first, they ride with at least one foot firmly on the ground. As confidence develops, they'll begin to lift both feet, scooting forward and balancing and occasionally dabbing a foot to the floor when the bike leans over. Soon, they'll be balancing, learning and playing all at once. The best way to teach a child to cycle is not to use stabilisers, which simply prevent them from developing a proper sense of balance. Get them onto a Kiddimoto as early as possible! Carl Fogarty was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, England on 1st July 1965, he is the most successful World Superbike racer of all time in terms of the number of championships and race wins. Renowned for his high corner speed riding style, combined with an aggressive nature, which gave him 59 victories and four World Superbike Championships (1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999).

Men'S The Kiddimoto Hero Superbike range of wooden balance bikes are officially licensed replicas of past and future world champions and include the classic design features found on the real bike, including fairings, under seat exhaust pipes, styled tanks and tails and a sculptured rear swinging arm. The Heroes Collection celebrate the champions of the past 50 years and include the riders signature reproduced on the tank! With a sleek design and a comfortable riding position they are ideal for children to learn riding and balance skills from the age of 2 years upwards. Kiddimoto balance bikes meet all safety standards and are CE approved. Kiddimoto have won a string of awards, including the Hamleys One of a Kind award, Practical Pre-School award and Right Start awards. Kiddimoto have also been remarked upon in a recent OFSTED report (142760) as offering excellent indoor and outdoor activity and development of large muscle skills and good coordination through riding the wooden bike. A balance bike is the perfect early introduction to two wheels, they do not have pedals or stabilisers, therefore children learn to balance and steer very quickly. At first, they ride with at least one foot firmly on the ground. As confidence develops, they'll begin to lift both feet, scooting forward and balancing and occasionally dabbing a foot to the floor when the bike leans over. Soon, they'll be balancing, learning and playing all at once. The best way to teach a child to cycle is not to use stabilisers, which simply prevent them from developing a proper sense of balance. Get them onto a Kiddimoto as early as possible! Carl Fogarty was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, England on 1st July 1965, he is the most successful World Superbike racer of all time in terms of the number of championships and race wins. Renowned for his high corner speed riding style, combined with an aggressive nature, which gave him 59 victories and four World Superbike Championships (1994, 1995, 1998 and 1999).

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