There is good news for parents who want to introduce young children to the joy of riding a bike but are concerned about safety.
Riding a bike safer for parents and children may be available thanks to what has been described as a breakthrough in the design of a child carrier.
Even with the helmet properly, many parents find it challenging to ride with their children behind them. Some fear that a sudden move on the child can make it difficult to steer and maintain the balance. Others have reported that it is common to kick in when a child rides in the back on a standard bearer.
All that could change thanks to the family-owned company called Kent bicycle. They have developed child carrier Mount in front of people who turn on the bike. The so-called kangaroo, the carrier is said to make riding with a child safer and more enjoyable.
Carrier offers what the company calls an interactive approach to biking. That's because with the child in front of the driver, it is easier for parents and children to interact and communicate. It is also easier for parents to maintain control of the movement of the child. Plus, because they go up front, "where the action is," children as possible to find the trip more interesting and entertaining.
Experts say that since the carrier installed in the center Bicycles, and not the back, it is safer and gives the bike and the rider must be the stability of the child shifts his weight.
Kangaroos are designed for children from 10 months of age four years.
The company's history dates back to the early 1900s. Bicycles and related accessories are said to incorporate the latest advances in design and technology at an affordable price. The company refused to ship the product to be sure is safe enough to be used by the family of employees.