Early Rider :
Andy LOVELAND, eager to teach his 3-year-old son how to ride a bike, is disappointed by the existing bike models on the market, and decides to create a real kid's bike.
He then sets up his workshop in a former sawmill in Henley on Thames, England, and will manufacture his first child bike. We are in 2006 and the first Early Rider was born.
The small family business is growing and Freddy is riding on his bike. All the production process is in Great Britain.
Andy's goal is for kids to learn how to ride a bike safely and most importantly, enjoy it. In the design of his models, he will not compromise on design and safety, he does both.
Early Rider get your child in a progressive and fun learning of the bike. A successful bet, since his little bikes appeal to children but also to parents. The young brand already has its models of successful balance machines.
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