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Postby stormrider » Tue Jan 14, 2014 10:33 pm

Yarp,

Hearken to me and hear a tale so full of woe and misery.......but enough about the last Chiefs game, I would like to know if any daddio's have any experience of them magic trike thingies. The ones that grow as stumps grows.
???

Any info much appreciated afore I flash the cash.

Cheers all,
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Re: Trikes

Postby kevinS » Sat Mar 01, 2014 1:35 am

Not sure what your referring too?
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Re: Trikes

Postby stormrider » Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:16 pm

The Chiefs are Exeter Chiefs, the nearest premiership rugby side.
Trikes are those adjustable smart trike type things that grow wih your nipper...
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Re: Trikes

Postby kevinS » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:10 am

Ah those trikes.

We are steering clear of those and going for a balance bike.
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Re: Trikes

Postby Manx » Fri Jun 13, 2014 9:26 pm

Did you ever get a Trike for Stumps?

Curious as we're now considering getting one for our little trooper but we're undecided.
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Re: Trikes

Postby stormrider » Wed Jun 18, 2014 9:45 am

Hi Manx
We did get a trike for stumpy, he's not that keen on it but he does go in it occasionally for a bit, it's the going outside he doesn't want to do.

We threw him in the pool on Monday for the first time........
He enjoyed that no end.

Cheers fella, oh and if you are going to get one, do second hand until they love it then spend lots of money....
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Re: Trikes

Postby JohnA » Sat Jun 21, 2014 8:22 am

MT has a smart trike and loves it. His cousin who is 20 months older had a balance bike Christmas 2013 and in march 2014 for a real bike and could ride it without stabilisers within 2 weeks.
This year MT will be getting a balance bike (he will be 2 in September).

The good thing about the smart trike is that at the moment he is strapped in and completely under my steering so it is a good replacement for the buggy if we have a walk into town (which is only a mile or so but too far for him to manage as a round trip at a reasonable pace on his reins).
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Re: Trikes

Postby Manx » Fri Jun 27, 2014 9:27 am

After much hunting & consideration, as well as letting him sit in many different ones in shops, we decided to get him a Smart Trike.

He loves it, so seems like money well spent. Guess time will tell how well it holds up mind as I've read some horror stories of them breaking very quickly. Time will tell though, so far however very pleased with it!
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Re: Trikes

Postby Macros » Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:43 am

We are steering clear of those and going for a balance bike.
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