M-Wave Bicycle Training Wheels

M-Wave Bicycle Training Wheels

M-Wave Bicycle Training Wheels
@ Teach your little one to ride with the M-Wave Training Wheels. The M-Wave Wheels are designed to stabilize you childs bicycle. They fit 12in to 20in bicycles and include an anti-turn bracket for extra safety.

  • For children’s bikes
  • Fits 12″ to 20″ bikes
  • Includes anti-turn bracket

List Price: $ 15.99

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Bike Wheel Spokies – Ride Along Dolly Flower Wheel Spoke Attachments (24 pcs – 12 Different Designs)

Bike Wheel Spokies - Ride Along Dolly Flower Wheel Spoke Attachments (24 pcs - 12 Different Designs)
@ Bike Wheel Spokies – Ride Along Dolly Flower Wheel Spoke Attachments: Bring some Bling to your bike – Add the magic of Bike Wheel Spokies to your bike. 12 different designs in 24 spokies – the perfect addition to your wheel spokes.

  • Pack of 24 Wheel Spokies
  • Decorate your wheels with flowers, butterflies, and more
  • 12 Different Designs
  • Each Spokies “snaps” on to your wheels

List Price: $ 11.95

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Putting training wheels on a bike to teach a child to ride rests on getting the right size training wheels from the bike shop. Install training wheels on a bike while leaving enough room for teetering with tips from a bicycle specialist in this free video on training wheels.

Expert: Travis Martin & Brad Woods
Contact: www.maddogcycles.com
Bio: Travis Martin is manager of the Mad Dog Cycles in Provo, Utah. Mad Dog Cycles has been in business more than 12 years, and Martin has been in the bicycle business for more than 20.
Filmmaker: Michael Burton

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  1. 27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    IS YOUR BIKE COMPATIBLE?, June 27, 2009
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    Matt (Lakewood, CO USA) –

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    Measure two things on your bike before buying these training wheels to make sure they’re going to fit.

    First, as “C Tam” noted, you’re going to need about an inch of exposed thread when you take the mounting nuts of your rear wheel. On each side of your bike, you’re going to need to mount both a horizontal and vertical bracket. These two brackets together measure about 1/2 inch in thickness; and you’re going to want about a half an inch of thread left over to tighten the nut securely to the bolt.

    Second (and this is what bit me), the horizontal bracket (which is necessary to keep the vertical bracket vertical) has a semi-circular mouth that’s supposed to fit over the frame of your bike, holding it in place. This semi-circular mouth is only 3/4 inch across and on my girl’s Schwinn the framing was sort of oval in shape and was about 1 inch in diameter (measured vertically). The bracket wouldn’t fit over the framing, making these training wheels useless.

    So take a look at the metal pipe-like framing on your bike that runs horizontally from the rear axle towards the pedals. Get a ruler and measure the diameter of this pipe. If the pipe is oval shaped instead of round, make the measurement vertically. If the diameter of this framing is more than 3/4″, these training wheels won’t work for you. Really, they won’t. I’m not lying. If the framing is tapered so that it gets bigger the further you get away from the rear axle, you’ll want to make your measurement about 4 inches from the rear axle — that’s how long the horizontal bracket is.

    We went to our local bike shop and found some training wheels specialized for fat frames. They worked great. They also had a wider wheel base than these; and were made of much heavier metal. So even if these training wheels do fit your bike, I wouldn’t recommend them. You can do better.

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  2. 8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not your father’s bike!, May 22, 2009
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    Greetings!

    I was looking for an inexpensive pair of training wheels for a bike I was given by my neighbor. The bike was a BMX type with 20″ wheels and I am keeping it at my house for when the grandchildren come over. The oldest is 4 going on 5 and hasn’t been weened off of training wheels yet so I needed a cheap set just to bridge the time before she rides without them.
    Anyway, I think the set is adequate if you have the right kind of bike! The support strut which braces the training wheels so they don’t move, is designed to fit on a non-BMX, relatively thinner bike frame. The BMX frame tubes are way too fat and therefore the struts supplied with the training wheels will not fit around them as is the intention! If you have a “barbie” bike or similar “non-trick” bike, this set should be OK!

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  3. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    large wheels, the wheels are not set wide enough, April 27, 2009
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    Sug (USA) –

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    the wheel base is not wide enough..the bike tends to tip over if my son turns too hard.. the length was not perfectly adjustable to my son’s 16 inch bike .. it could have fit better.. so overall not a great purchase ..

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  4. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent for Electra Cruisers and Townies or any beachy or kid’s bike, February 18, 2014
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    Chandler
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    This review is from: Bike Wheel Spokies – Ride Along Dolly Flower Wheel Spoke Attachments (24 pcs – 12 Different Designs)
    While they may have had kids in mind for these, they are honestly just too cool and fun on one of the beach cruisers. I have an Electra Townie in a vivid blue with lime green tires and, because the Townie bikes don’t have the adorments the beach cruisers do (that I loved) I simply added some style to mine, post factory.

    There are bikes all over my town…but mine gets the compliments because it just makes you smile and when your bike is happy-looking, I swear you just want to get on it and ride.

    These just pop onto the spokes and no one can figure out how you did it. My niece has a bike with peach signs all on it so I’ll be adding a pack for her as well, being the cool and hip aunt that I am (we trade bracelets often already)

    Don’t ever drop your inner child; if you already have, bring her back with some bling on your bike. Put some crochet flowers on a bright lime green basket, a few flower stickers on your ride, and hippy out your spokes. Not only will you make everyone who sees your bike want it (seriously it will happen), you’ll want to ride it.

    There is a tiny tab on the back of each flower or butterfly (and lots of different patterns of each) and that tab fits right on your spoke and makes the decorative element stay in place.

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  5. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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    They Actually Stay on Really Well and Were Great for a Prank, August 11, 2014
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    Ryan (WI USA) –

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    This review is from: Bike Wheel Spokies – Ride Along Dolly Flower Wheel Spoke Attachments (24 pcs – 12 Different Designs)
    I bought these as a prank for a guy that rides his bike to work. He also thought it was funny and he kept them on because he thought it’s a good story to tell. The reason I mention this is that he rides nearly 11 miles a day and not one has fallen off yet, even after 120+ miles on a road bike. I was surprised they have held on so well, I assumed as his speed they would be falling off left and right since they just clip on.

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  6. my little brothers bike is a 1 tube swingarm and a training wheel set like that didnt work because the open end on the bar that attatches to the frame wasnt wide enough, are there sets that are made for different types of bicycles like that?

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