A “big boy” bike has been in discussions for quite some time with my 4-year-old. So, we decided that this summer would be the summer he learned how to ride a bike. After looking at many bikes and talking about every bike we saw every child in the neighborhood riding, once Jonah heard that the Dynacraft 14″ Hot Wheels Bike with Turbospike looks and sounds like a real motorbike, he was sold! He walked around for weeks telling everyone that he was getting a bike that sounds like a real motorcycle!
Jonah’s reaction when he opened my trunk and saw his new Dynacraft Hot Wheels bike was priceless! He was jumping up and down and screaming with excitement. If you follow Savvy Sassy Moms on Snapchat, then you were also able to enjoy his excitement. The pure joy that he experienced filled me with such happiness. He sat beside me and helped me put the bike together. We put on the removable training wheels on the bike for stage one of learning to ride. After we put on the two-piece pad set and looked at all of the custom Hot Wheels graphics, he was ready to ride!
Next, he strapped on his Bell Helmet and jumped onto the bike, ensuring he was safe and sound and ready to ride. Getting down the driveway, which isn’t very long, took quite some time! The rear coaster brake took a bit of getting used to, but once he got the hang of it, it was smooth sailing.
Turbospoke, the bicycle exhaust system that looks and sounds like a real motor bike, was the highlight! As we rode down the street, he continuously asked me if I could hear how his bike sounded like a motorcycle. The bike has a sturdy steel BMX frame and is single-speed, which makes it perfect for our beginner biker. This bike retails for $89.99 and is for children between the ages of 4 and 7. At 4-1/2-years-old, I am happy to know that this bike will transition with him through to a two-wheeler when he will be riding independently. We can’t wait to get out on some family bike rides this summer!
You can buy your own Dynacraft 14″ Hot Wheels Bike with Turbospoke at Toys R Us.
This post is sponsored by Dynacraft. All opinions are my own.
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