If you have a child between ages 3-6 years oldThat’s not riding a bike yet.The KaZAM isThe perfect learner bike.The KaZAM does not haveTraining wheels, andTeaches kids howTo balance. To ride a KaZAM bike: Place KaZAM bike on a smooth, flat surface, at allTimes Sit with feet onThe ground, lean slightly forward, and grip handle bars with handsTo propelThe bike forward, push by alternating with both feet continuously Place feet onThe footrest and practice balancing while glidingTechn
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it's just that you have farther to fall" David Wilcox
It seems that because (and head games) I have a chronic sinus issue due to small eustachian tubes, riding narrow bridges is freaking me out.
If I'm able to apply the discipline of looking ahead and ignoring the impulse, I'm good. My success is s ... Read More »
Coming up from NorCal on a cruise to Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway with the family, wondered if you guys could recommend any Fat rentals and associated day rides in any of the above ports 'o call? Thanks for your help.
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Has balance been a struggle for any of you out there? I seriously have the worse balance in the world. My co-workers joke that when I have an idea I fall over.
Anyway, I'm 6'5 and often times feel like a skyscraper swaying in the wind. Mountain biking has been incredibly challenging. I often have ... Read More »
I am putting up my 21" Balance HT al-750 for sale on ebay. I'm the second owner and have had it since 1997. The add goes live at 7pm (PDT) tonight.
Starting bid at $0 with no reserve. $50 for shipping (or free local pickup - Rhode Island).
I have ... Read More »