FUN & LEARNING
Unlike classic bikes with training wheels, balance bikes allow the child to acquire more balance thanks to the lack of external supports. They also help acquire a correct posture o avoid back problems.
PPrimabici accompanies the little ones in learning and taking their first steps, since in the early stages the child uses the bike as a support to walk upright.
The bike without pedals accompanies children in learning psychomotor skills in an easy and fast way.
Thanks to the lack of training wheels, the child develops balance and balancing skills in an autonomous way, acquiring more awareness of his own body.
. The balance bike also allows them to interact with the outside world by stimulating the perception of their own body with the outside world.
Primabici allows the child to ride indipendently by simply holding the handlebars and pushing themselves with their feet. This will allow them to feel independent, improve self-esteem and acquire a greater awareness of their body in relation to the outside world.
Thanks to Primabici, your child will develop a sense of confidence in their own abilities, which will turn into benefits for hiscognitive and relational development.
4 STAGES OF LEARNING HOW TO RIDE
Let the child set the pace. The speed will never be too fast because pushing and braking or stopping will be handled with the feet.
in the first stage, the child will walk while standing astride on the bike and attached to the handlebars. .
sitting on the saddle
once the child has gained enough confidence with the balance bike, they will walk while remaining seated on the saddle and pushing with their feet.
in the third stage the child will be able to increase the pushing movement by choosing the most suitable speed for him. This will allow them to coordinate the steering of the handlebars with the inclination of the bike.
when they feel completely comfortable with their balance bike, they will learn to lift their feet off the ground and stand up on the footrest learning the advanced technique of “out of the saddle” riding.
The transition to a bike with pedals
becomes a natural game
When using a traditional bicycle, one of the greatest difficulties is the elimination of the training wheels. The child perceives the sudden lack of support as a danger, stiffens up and loses confidence in the bike. With the balance bike, on the other hand, the transition to the pedal bike is easier because the child learns right from the start to balance without external support.