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 Daisychain Bell
Daisychain Bell
The Daisychain bell is designed to add fun to girls bikes and increase the safety of young riders.
 
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1 / 5
1 / 5
Breaks easily
Posted17 August 2012
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BristolDaddy
fromBristol, Englanf
Age Group: 45 - 54
Gender: Male
Attitude to Shopping: Quality Seeker - I'd rather spend a little extra on something if I know its going to last
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The first time my daughter fell off her bike this bell broke. The shaft that connects the bell to the base is made of thin plastic. It's poorly designed and won't last.
No, I do not recommend this product.
I like:looks nice
I don't like as much:breaks easily
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The Aide Bike Stabilisers are a valuable tool when teaching your child to ride their bike.
 

I was thinking of buying Bike Stabilisers, how stable are they on a 20' wheel?

I have just got a bike for my daughter and she is too unstable for 2 wheels without Stabilisers the wheel is 20" she can touch the ground but has very little balance.
I'd take the pedals off the bike and let her scoot along for a while. Once she's got the hang of that, put the pedals back on. Don't bother with stabilisers.
2 years, 1 month ago
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