Riding Made Easy eBook
Like so many parents, you have probably tried to teach your child to ride a bicycle and have really given it your best efforts.
And, like so many parents, you are probably tired of:
- Running behind your child's bicycle day after day
- The frustration and disappointment on your child's face
- Losing the great moments with your child because you can't share riding bicycles together.
You wish you knew a fun, easy and safe way to teach your child to ride in about an hour. I understand.
The method is unique, simple and completely removes your child's fear of falling and failure.
And for you: no more running behind your child's bicycle, no more huffing and puffing, no more holding on to a scared child. With Riding Made Easy and about an hour, your child will be safely and happily riding a two-wheeler. Absolutely guaranteed.
The Riding Made Easy ebook is completely focused on giving you a straightforward, crystal-clear method to get your child riding quickly, safely and without tears.
Children actually teach themselves to ride, which is the fastest way for them to learn. And with the games you'll play with them, they'll have a lot of fun doing it and so will you.
Well, you have another satisfied customer to add to your list!
I was one of those parents that you wrote about, running along side or behind my six-year old son's bike, grasping the back of the seat and not letting him learn to balance. Many hours of this occurred, both of us frustrated that he wasn't progressing. After searching online, I found your book . . . and glad that I took the chance to purchase it.
I told Andrew that we'd need to learn how to balance before learning to ride and followed your steps. He thought I was a little crazy (when I started following your steps) but he played along. When we first went outside that day, he didn't want anything to do with his bike. By the time we finished our first lesson and played some balancing games, he asked if we could come back outside after dinner to keep at it!
We went to the parking lot, and we repeated the walking/coasting exercises for a few minutes. About 15 minutes or so into our practice session, I put the pedals back on the bike. To my amazement and joy, he starting pedaling, and pedaling, and pedaling. Andrew was riding his bike! (At this point, we had been learning for about a total of 40 minutes this morning . . . for a total of 1 hour and 20 minutes from the point that we originally started using your method.
He had a huge smile on his face, but I'm not sure it was larger than mine. I was yelling "whoo-hoo!" etc. and jumping all around in excitement. As neighborhood people passed by, I beamed with pride, telling these strangers that my son could ride a bike. They congratulated him and this furthered his confidence. One of the best moments was when we came home and surprised Mom! "Hey Mom, look! I can ride my bike!" He's told many people about his new-found ability since . . . as have I!
Thank you for sharing your teaching method and for giving me the opportunity to share in the pure joy that came . . . and comes . . . with seeing my son ride his bike!