Re: Surley Big Dummy
- tell a kid not to stuff cayolas up his nose.........and what's he
rogue cycle works
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>xtracycle would be great. I would say ref the point of not wanting
> I don't say much here since I joined but I think a kid sized
kids to ride other kids around...they do that anyway and in a very
unsafe fashion up on handlebars and such. So if they are going to do
it anyway might as well give them something a little bit more
secure....just my opinion anyway.
>practical for kids, an xtracycle is probably not the thing. You don't
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> From: Ryano
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 6:49 PM
> Subject: Re: [rootsradicals] Surley Big Dummy
> I have an xtracycle and love it, but if you want something
want to encourage young kids to be carrying other kids around.
>a dynamo headlight, and mudguards. You can't get much more practical
> The standard kids' bike in Japan comes with a basket on the front,
than that. Some inexpensive but reasonably good examples:
> On 09/12/06, Bruce Alan Wilson <bawilson@...> wrote:
> My problem with the Surley is that it is so expensive. Surley
> bikes, but they are pricy. I wish that the Xtracycle people hadwould be
> contracted with a less high-end manufacturer, one whose products
> affordable for more people.Not the
> I'd also like to see Xtracycle additions sized for kid's bikes.
> LITTLE kid's bikes, but the ones for older children, say 8-15.Get them
> in the habit of thinking of a bicycle as a mode oftransportation rather
> than as a toy.