Parents can now extend the life-time and use of their kids bicycles by following the simple steps outlined in this article. Parents understand the need to get the best possible value for a particular product, even if it comes to something as simple as a child bike. It's through these purchases that we can get the best investment out of our money. Follow these three simple steps to make sure that your kid's bicycles are used to their full potential.
Find manufacturers who provide extension capabilities
Some kid's bicycles manufacturers actually provide attachments that can lengthen the amount of time you can use a particular bike. The most common example is for children's bikes that are for smaller kids. You can buy an additional seat paddle that can increase the length by up to three inches. This can easily extend the life time use of your kids bicycle by three to six months, depending on the growth rate of your child. Not all bicycle manufacturers do this, so make sure to do research before purchasing a kid's bike.
Keep kids bikes in a secure place
One of the easiest ways to actually injure or decrease the amount of time you can use a particular bike is by leaving it outdoors. Rain, wind and dirt can decrease the amount of time that you can actually use a child's bike. If you don't want to keep it indoors in your home, make sure that your children put it away in the garage before retiring for the day. By just keeping your bike in a secure place you can keep the bicycle in a good condition.
Talk to the manufacturer
If you're still uncertain about the way you can improve the length and use of your kid's bicycles then speak to the manufacturer. Each manufacturer will be able to tell you exactly what you need to do in order to keep your bicycle in the best possible shape. Don't underestimate the value that the manufacturer can provide.
By extending the value and use of your kid's bikes you can get much more value for money. Often parents who have several children will pass down their bicycles. So make sure that you keep the bike in a fit position so that when your other children are old enough they can also enjoy the benefit of a kids bicycle.
ÂAbout the Author:
Melanie Thomas (CEO Melrose Kids Ltd) is a mother of two boys and lives in London, England. The Stride PREbike"" bike is a revolutionary kid's bike,Â balance bike or bikeÂ without pedalsÂ for 1-5 year old children. It provides great fun and exercise, teaches steering, balance, and co-ordination and builds self-confidence.Â Visit us atÂ Strider Kid Bike