I noticed a father’s boy and himself riding a bicycle. Nevertheless, this bike did not look like any bike that I had ever seen. As I got closer, I found the kid was only three old. That’s quite young to be using a bike. Therefore i asked the father why it did not have pedals and what it was. He said that it was a KinderBike running bike. I needed to check that one out.
So why didn’t this bike have pedals after all? So, he said that it was harder for a young child to know the way to both pedal and balance, so some rocket scientist got the bright idea to simply get the pedals off. Well can you imagine that? Alright so I suppose it does sound right. The child’s not going to fall over when they have been running on the cycle. He did look like he was having plenty of fun with it too. I assume it is a blast to be able to travel 10x your normal speed when you were just crawling a few years back. I bet it feels like working in a fantasy, where you’re The Flash and everything is a blur.
I ask the old man how much time it took to find out how to ride. He said a couple of weeks. Not too bad. He said that the bike in only a few hours took him a few days to truly get a hang of it, and he was up on it after assemblage. So it seems they go out to the park every week and his son can ride-along while the father takes laps. What a wonderful way to get a household to spend some time together. I will bet that kid get the fasttrack in life, if he is zooming along at three. Either that or live in the fastlane!