When I started riding bikes more than 30 years ago, my first thought was, “What the heck are they doing?”
Now that I have four kids and a couple of cars, I realize that’s not quite the same as when I first started.
My favorite bike has become a regular part of my everyday life.
I have my children and I still ride my Schwinn.
It’s a little bit like having a house.
I don’t want to lose my house, but my kids do.
My oldest daughter, who lives with me in Vancouver, Canada, loves riding her Schwinn when we go out to restaurants and she has a lot of confidence in it.
But it can be a little overwhelming to try to figure out how to do this with a child in the car, or a dog or a cat.
It can be intimidating for them too.
But I’ve found a really helpful trick.
If you have a few spare minutes, and you’re having trouble making it through a traffic jam, you can get in the van and get the kids on a tricycle and then take them back to your house.
They can use the kids’ stroller as a pedal.
That way, you don’t have to make it all the way around the block to get to the house, because you’re in the backseat.
If they get frustrated, they can pedal the tricycle back to the restaurant and the restaurant can take them.
It’ll give them a good workout.
It might even be a good exercise to do on their first day.
This is how I make my own Schwimmons.
I start with a couple pieces of wood and a little plastic sheet, which will help keep them safe.
Then I drill holes in the wood and glue them to the sheet.
The next step is to get some wheels on the tricycles.
That’s where you get your new wheels.
I use a wheel-and-socket set that will make them a little heavier and a bit more durable.
I also use a rubber wheel to make them quieter.
After that, you put some wood into the holes, and then you attach the wheels.
You’re ready to ride!
The kids are ready to go.
I make a couple things at home.
First, I make the front and back lights.
I put a piece of paper on the ground, then cut out a circle that’s about the size of a golf ball, about the diameter of a pencil eraser, and put it on top of the paper.
Then you have to cut a little hole in the middle, about four inches wide.
Then, you cut two more circles, about an inch apart, about three inches apart, and attach the paper to the bottom of the hole.
You can put these in a basket, in a plastic bag, or whatever you have handy.
They’ll last a while, and the kids will appreciate them.
I like to make sure the paper is very clean.
I want them to be clean.
And I want to make the little bits of wood on the top of my tricycle light up.
If I can’t find the right pieces of paper, I use scrap paper or even just a piece that’s been cut off of a tree.
You’ll find that it’s really easy to find these pieces of cardboard, but sometimes you’ll have to use a knife to cut them.
The back lights are made out of cardboard.
I used some scraps of paper that I found in my backyard and taped them to a piece.
You attach a piece to the back of the tricep.
I had this old wood box that was sitting on my porch, so I attached a piece with a few nails to the box, so it looked like a car.
Now, you want the front lights to be a bit brighter than the rear.
I bought a little LED lamp, but you can find a lot better options out there.
I can get them on my kids’ tricyclers.
I get my kids on them and then we go about our day.
The kids can ride them for fun, but it’s a lot easier if you have them sit on the front of the bike.
And then they can sit in the rear seat and watch the show.
The front lights are really cool.
They’re pretty bright.
I love them.
If it’s wintertime and you need a little extra power, you could put a little light on the rear wheel, so that the light goes right through the car window.
Or you could attach a light that’s just a little bulb, so you have this light that shines through the window and then comes out the back door.
This would be really useful in the summertime when there’s snow on the roads, so your kids can see it as they go around.
It really helps.
It also helps if they don’t get too far away from the house.
That’ll help them remember where they’re