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This is so much better than running behind the bicycle while bending over holding onto the seat.
I feel like I should be collecting commission for these since I tell pretty much every parent that walks by they need to get one ASAP.
Our 5-year-old learned to ride without training wheels, within an hour of installing the Balance Buddy.
Worked great for my child. It helped me to control the balance of my child's bike without straining my back.Published 5 days ago by C. Kahuena
Attached this with my daughter's bike and using it for last month or so. It didn't grip well, so it moves up and down without too much of force and shakes a bit. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Bala
Purchase this to teach your child how to ride without training wheels. Your child will be riding in no time, and you'll come back here to write your own amazing experience.Published 9 days ago by RealReview
Our daughter enjoys riding without trining wheels now though she is not completely learned to ride her bicycle and I don't have to bent down to hold the 16/18" inch bike and... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Bindu
We attached this to our son's bike when he was ~4 or 5 years old and he was riding independently in no time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Scott
I brought this to help my 6 year old autistic son move on from training wheels, and for him to learn to balance and get his confidence up after he refused to ride his bike with no... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emma Grenfell
It is very to install. Simple to get your child balanced. But.....there is one slight problem. You can't push with this device no matter how hard your tighten the bolts on the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by LordMaul
The hardest part of riding a bike to teach is to be confident. The balance buddy does that that because you can let go of the handle and continue to run with the bike so the child... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ribeye
I can now help my son on his bike for as long as he rides with straining. What a great ideaPublished 1 month ago by T. Vu