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  1.  A big wheel is typically a brand of trikes, designed primarily of plastic with a bigger front wheel than the back wheel, to allow for greater stability. Designed by Louis Marx and Company in early 1969 and initially produced in Girard, Pennsylvania, the big wheel was a radical attempt at creating a lighter-weight alternative to conventional trikes. It featured a single wheel that traveled around all four corners of the vehicle, making it more stable. Although the idea of the big wheel attracted a number of enthusiasts, it proved too difficult to produce and was quickly withdrawn from the market.
  2.  Today, ride-on tricycles are available with many different versions, some of which feature innovative technology such as a hand-free throttle and brake, and a battery operated motor. Other features include front and rear shocks, adjustable suspension, and different handlebars and wheels. Manufacturers have also adopted the safety aspect of the big wheel by offering options such as multiple gears and multiple speed controls. The newest designs have advanced electronics to ensure a safe ride-on toy.
  3.  So, why should you consider a ride-on toy? Well, there are actually several reasons to consider this type of bicycle, regardless of whether you want an environmentally friendly version or one that fits your child's needs. First, a big wheel allows a child to experience the benefits of exercise while riding a bike. It is important to remember that riding a bicycle is not just an enjoyable past time or a way to get to work; it can actually be very beneficial to our health. Research shows that riding a bike regularly can reduce the risk of osteoporosis and reduce blood pressure.
  4.  Second, big wheels are safer to use compared to standard tricycles. Standard tricycles typically have large front wheels that cause a "stomp" when coasting or going downhill. Big Wheel Bicycles by Honda are equipped with smaller front wheels that absorb the shock of the bumps in the road. Although the shock may cause discomfort, this does not equate to injury since a pedal is seldom dropped from a standard bike.
  5.  Third, a child is more likely to continue to enjoy their time on a bicycle. Standard bicycles are limited in their sizes and cannot usually accommodate a child of a certain age. A child may find playing on their big wheel big fish a bit too much of a chore since they have to hold the front wheel all the way while they ride. On a standard bike, children are encouraged to stand up and do other activities, like using hand-held fans.
  6.  Fourth, a big wheel can be a great tool for learning about the physics of motion. It makes it easier to see why bigger bikes go faster than smaller ones and why they come in contact with a vehicle at a reduced rate of speed. While some people consider these facts "balancing facts," a child's curiosity and desire for exploration will cause them to want to put more weight into their pedal and try out various behaviors that are counter to standard bike riding. http://casino4tituspjfw473.trexgame.net/the-12-best-meogtwigeomjeung-accounts-to-follow-on-twitter These "standard behaviors" teach kids about what happens when a bike comes to a stand still and what it feels like when a bike jumps out suddenly and slides down the road.
  7.  Finally, a kid's bike is simply a machine, and kids are very creative. They can modify their bike to add new wheels, change handlebars, replace tires and any number of other modifications that make their bike very unique and fun. Children love to show off their customization abilities, so they can show off their new custom bike to friends and play brag-a-brag with their friends. This builds a sense of pride and fulfillment that can help promote good physical health and happiness throughout a child's life. You know your child best and can choose an activity that promotes good physical health without exposing your child to dangerous exercise machines full of chemicals.
  8.  Your child is ready to get started on their big-wheel adventure. Take them out one afternoon and introduce them to their first big wheel, an All terrain bike from Specialty Cycles. Your child will ride it and ask questions, and before you know it, they will be telling you all about their experience with their new big wheel. You'll be glad you gave them this chance, and you'll be eager to show them off to your friends! Why take your child to a "big fish" cart track when you can introduce them to a giant big wheel that can take them almost anywhere?
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