Tandem Bicycles For Kids

tandem bicycles for kids
    tandem bicycles
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tandem bicycles for kids - Trail-Gator Trailgator
Trail-Gator Trailgator Bicycle Tow Bar
Trail-Gator Trailgator Bicycle Tow Bar
The Trail-Gator(tm) tow bar converts an ordinary child's bike into a safe, towable trailer bike. When the child's bike is connected, the front wheel is lifted off the ground and a stabilizing bar prevents the handlebars from turning, so the adult is in control of steering. Children can choose to coast or pedal while they are being towed, making the ride much easier for them.

The Trail-Gator Bicycle Tow Bar converts an ordinary child's bike into a safe, towable bike trailer whenever desired--even on-the-go, mid-ride. When not in use, the bar stores out-of-the-way on the adult's bike. To attach, simply unclip the tow bar from its stowed position, extend it, and connect it to the receiver mount attached to the child's bike. Once attached, the child's front bike wheel is lifted off the ground and a stabilizing bar prevents the handlebars from turning, leaving the adult fully in control of steering. Children with a maximum weight of 70.5 pounds can choose to coast or pedal while being towed, making the ride fun and easy for them. Virtually every commercial bike can be attached, and the Trail-Gator fits 12-to-20-inch children's bikes.

The tow bar stows against the adult's bike when not in use, and can be easily attached to a child's bike without tools once all mounting brackets are properly installed.
General Requirements for Tow Bar Use

Fits 12- to 20-inch tire size children's bikes
Adult bike minimum size tire diameter: 25-inches
Tow bar receiver fits children's bikes with head tubes up to 45 millimeters in diameter and expands for bolting distance of 105 millimeters for top and bottom U-bolt spacing
Fits adult bike seat post diameter of 1-1.25 inches
For use with children up to 70 pounds
Adult rider must weigh at least twice that of child rider
Child bike must have rear free wheel capability (bike capable of coasting without pedaling)

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What Is More Important: Who You Are Or Your Reaction To Who You Say You Are? How To Hire Me As Your Coach?
What Is More Important: Who You Are Or Your Reaction To Who You Say You Are? How To Hire Me As Your Coach?
What Is More Important: Who You Are Or Your Reaction To Who You Say You Are? This is a tricky question, so don't just shoot from the hip and leave (like you always do)... let me show you something that you probably didn't know. I have been perturbed, I mean really bothered by the fact, that although everyone got the same activator download, the results are so different. Some people thrive, soar, produce unpredictable and unprecedented results. Some people didn't see any changes. And there are all kinds of variations in the middle. What could be the reason? One possible reason I have explored in yesterday's post, but it doesn't answer all the questions. Some people, when I measure, arrived to 299, yet nothing else changed. WTF!? As usual, I asked Source for some guidance, and it came. The first thing that came down came in a movie (The Piano) that I watched for one scene and one sentence: the woman wants to die, ties her foot to her piano that is dumped into the ocean. Once on the ocean bottom she realizes that she wants to live, unties the rope and swims to the surface. She is surprised that something in her wanted to live. You see, having invested all I got, my business, my future into this Planetary Ascension, I am more than invested... and every little hint of failure questions my right to exist, to live on. And... this takes us to the real issue. The issue that points out why some people thrive and others don't change at all. I gave two coaching sessions in quick succession, and both were to people that no matter what coaching program they did, how much money they invested in their evolution, they didn't succeed to have any positive changes. I was guided by Source to explore a particular path with them: examine crucial turning points in their lives where they decided what is going to be their life-script. Please, stay mindful of the question in the title: we want to find out what is more important to the quality of your life, who you are or how you react to who you are? OK? Now, let's look at three examples: Client #1: deaf and blind. The blindness and the deafness came on around age 9. She lost all friends, all ties to life. She was contemplating ending her life. Who she was is deaf and blind. But the story doesn't end with that. She must have decided how she was going to "react" to her deficiencies. She must have decided that she was going to be independent, and a winner. So she became a world class athlete. She was an Olympian in tandem bicycle, and even won a silver medal on one of those Olympics. She had a master's degree, she was a licensed massage therapist and earned a full time living. Later in life she had a debilitating cycling accident where her scull shattered, she had a stroke... but she got on the stationary bike and didn't allow life to beat her... Recently she wrote her life story, and was preparing to partake in the Race Across America cycling challenge, when she fell down the stairs and never woke up again. Client #2: was born unwanted. His mother was angry: she didn't want another child. He decided that she will have to pay for that, and started a life of getting into trouble... first he broke a bone, regularly, in his body, then got into other troubles, like becoming ostracized, losing money, then lost all his money, then lost his livelihood. He'd taken lots of courses, coaching programs, healing modalities, to no avail. The activation didn't do much for him. His script is still making his mother pay... Client #3: at an early age he didn't stand up for himself, and allowed a bully to take what he could, and trample him to the ground. He decided that he was a gutless nincompoop. He decided that he'd rather get into trouble for not doing what he needs to do than being called that again. He is busy, he is trying, but he never actually does what he needs to do. Even in the conversation: he wants to be off the hook. He feels slippery, like a fish... avoiding being pinned down. I needed to use my empathic abilities to guide me, because he wouldn't. He takes copious notes but never takes an action that could reveal that he is a gutless thing. He has just enough to get by... ultimately showing what he most tries to hide, that his script is to not be willing to stand up to life. Because success is a result of action, and action is consistent with your reaction to who you are (or decided you are) if your reaction was consistent with successful action, you are successful. If it wasn't you aren't. Case #1 had a decision for success. Case #2 and Case #3 had no room for success in their decision, and therefore are both unsuccessful. Bummer... You see, we are all trying to work on who we are, but you see that is almost irrelevant: what is relevant for your success is how you decided to react to who you said you were... ((to complicate things, what you said about yourself doesn't hold any water, it is not tru
The Bill Walton Memorial Color Theory
The Bill Walton Memorial Color Theory
This is dedicated to my dear friend Bill Walton, who passed away last year and who I miss terribly. Bill always had a remarkably poignant and accurate analysis of my work and he always saw something that others could not. No one understood my work as completely as Bill did and I fear that no one ever will again. My conversations with Bill were always enlightening and contributed greatly to my development as an artist and as a man. I was very lucky to have the painter Thomas Chimes and Bill Walton to talk to. It was a great privilege to have access to both of them. The most important part of my education were these conversations. The discussions with Tom tended to be one-sided and esoteric. My discussions with Bill were more frequent and the subject matter was limitless. At some point it almost always included an examination of women and their thought processes. He was once pulled over by an attractive black policewoman and Bill spent several weeks (against my strong advice to the contrary) trying to find her to get pulled over again. Bill and I once saved a Penn student that only spoke Japanese from being mugged near the institute of Contemporary Art. We descended on the mugger like two hyenas working in tandem. Not only was the mugging unsuccessful but we stripped the mugger of his bicycle, his backpack and his walkman. He ran away down 34th Street after being robbed and lumped up by two middle-aged white men. The student was quite shaken up and unable to speak English at all. I looked around for someone to translate for us and I stopped the first Asian kid that I saw. I said, "Look, I am not trying to be an asshole or an uninformed racist but this girl just got mugged and she only speaks Japanese. By any chance do you speak Japanese?" I really had no definite take on his nationality, he could have been raised in New Jersey from all I could tell from his looks. Miraculously, he did speak Japanese. What are the odds of the first person that approached this scene on this street in West Philadelphia spoke fucking Japanese? The police came and carted away all of the swag we muscled from the mugger with the exception of about $12, which Bill and I split between us because it felt good and lent us an edge of corruption that we didn't want to lose entirely due to this act. Bill is the person that introduced me to Tom Chimes. He brought him to an exhibition I was in for him to see a wonky drawing I had done in ball point pen called "Uh-oh Molar." Tom did in fact love it and we became friends until the time of Tom's death. Bill also introduced me to things like the music of Astor Piazolla. He decided to take tango lessons late in life and he was completely in love with the Tango. He grew up in Gloucester City, New Jersey, a tough, Irish working-class place with a bar on every corner. Consequently, despite his credentials as an art teacher (although he never finished college) he was still a bad ass late into his life. The fact that he taught for so long at the only all-women's art school in the United States (Moore College of Art) was funny considering his roving eye for the ladies and his lack of legitimate teaching credentials. His second wife, Joyce, was a former student who had to be close to thirty years his junior. I will go to my deathbed denying that he influenced me in that way so don't fucking bother. He embraced and retained his working-class roots and he was a big influence on me in that respect as well. He was a wonderful person, a great friend to my daughter and I almost always came away smiling from spending time with him except the rare times I felt like strangling him. I loved Bill, he was an incredible man and my contact with him certainly made me a better person. His death was a great loss to me personally and to the city of Philadelphia in ways that it was always reluctant to acknowledge. He never got the respect he deserved for his work. Give me a call the next time a guy in his mid-sixties stops a mugging. He was truly a piece of fucking work and I am proud to call him my friend.

tandem bicycles for kids
tandem bicycles for kids
Schwinn Express Bike Trailer
Take the kids for a ride with the Express Bike Trailer by Schwinn. This durable, lightweight trailer is a great addition to your bike. It will fit most bikes and is quick to connect and dis-connect for easy folding and storage. Whether you have 1 kid or 2 this trailer will work for you!

The Schwinn Express bike trailer makes it easy to take the kids for a ride. This durable, lightweight trailer easily affixes to most bikes, and is quick to connect and disconnect. When not in use, the trailer folds for easy storage.

Durable, powder-coated steel frame with lightweight 16-inch alloy wheels
Quick to connect, versatile bike attachment
Folds compactly with quick release wheels for easy trunk or garage storage
Roomy storage behind seat and protective weather shield
Secure harness for use with one or two children; seats two children up to 50 pounds each
About Schwinn
For more than 100 years, Schwinn has been building bikes that allow riders of all ages and abilities to experience the joy of riding. From "walk 'n' roll" kids bikes to the Le Tour Legacy, Schwinn offers a comprehensive line of bikes and related fitness equipment that suit the needs of riders across the United States and around the world. The company's "Schwinn Quality Standard," based on a century of cycling heritage, passion, and expertise, is the foundation of the company's commitment to creating standard-setting bicycles.