Say Hello to Daisy!

Hahahaha. This week’s Cuteness Award goes to…

Haha, too cute! Little Brits sound just like big Brits, only littler!

That’s got my vote for cuteness as well. :slight_smile: She’s also a darn good little rider.

That was very cooooool and extremely cute!!!
Ride on Daisy…

Have fun,

That’s very cool and very encouraging.

One of then reasons I want to learn is so I can ride with my kids when they are a little older. That gives me a few years to learn :stuck_out_tongue:

Maybe check saddle height.It looks a bit low.Easy for mounting the cycle but hard on the knees.The legs should be ALMOST straight at the bottom of the pedal stroke.But great cycle.When the cycle twitches,she responds and brings it back into control. Well done Daisy.

Great job Daisy :slight_smile:

Loved this, what a great character Daisy has!

My Youngest is about to turn 2, she has already got the hang of riding a b!ke with stabilisers, over the next few months am going to gradually start removing wheels!

Daisy is AWESOME!

“But you’d look sweet upon the seat
Of a unicycle built for one.”

Great video, and fantastic riding Daisy! I have four boys riding unicycles to school most mornings. Have fun! :slight_smile:

I would have never thought about hanging a horn around my neck! This child will do well in life. She has a great sense of confidence and security. Great job, Dad.

Great video, thanks for sharing!

I would also check the saddle height, a higher position will not only be better on the knees but it will also allow a smoother riding (less knee bending/movement = more stable ride).



Yeah, Great skills, love the video. Another vote for cuteness award.