As the years progress, the kids have really grown to love biking. We are fortunate to live along the water with an awesome bike path, so rides up and down the West Side highway fill our weekends, especially during the summer months. Jason and I have even been biking as our means of transportation lately.
Ryder has been off training wheel for years, and Siella taught herself how to ride this past summer. Hopefully, this summer, Gemma will get there. Bikes were a huge part of my childhood, so it’s so nice to see my kids enjoying to ride just as much as I did!
Each of the kids have already gone through a few bikes, and Dynacraft bicycles has made up the majority of their rides. As the largest privately held distributor of bicycles, scooters and battery-powered ride-ons in the United States, Dynacraft offers a large assortment of kids’ bikes, featuring some of their favorite characters and themes, with plenty of colors and styles.
When you were growing up, what kid didn’t use a styrofoam cup on the back frame of their bike to make a motor sound. Well, finally the bike companies got hip to this age old trick, and Dynacraft made the Hot Wheels Boys’ Bike with Turbospoke, which looks and sounds like a real motorbike. It features authentic Hot Wheels graphics and silver accents, with a high gloss finish. The steel BMX frame is built to last, and the all-terrain tires can handle city street, or romps in the park. We are surprising our six year old cousin with one this Christmas. I can’t wait to see his face!
Ryder helped assemble the bike, so I had to let him take it for a test spin, to test the “motor” out. It sounded pretty cool, and he probably rode his cousin’s gift a little too long- but I won’t tell if you won’t!