Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Scraaam Balance Bike Giveaway

YAY!! There is only 54 more days till Christmas! YIKES! That just made me shiver! LOL I need to really get Santa's butt in gear! Here's a little something to help you get your Santa butts in gear too! It's a chance to win a Scraaam Balance Bike for your little one.

Scraaam Balance Bikes are amazing! My granddaughter really didn't want to ride her trike bike, she always looked at the "big girl bikes" and we'd tell her she had to learn the trike bike first. Well, I had the opportunity to review a Scraaam bike for her birthday (our toddler birthday guide) and within a few months, she had no problem riding a big girl bike! I'm sure your little ones will love to find a bike they can handle left by Santa under the tree! Want to know what I thought of this giveaway prize? Check out my complete review HERE, then enter the giveaway below.

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Balance Bike

Prize: Winner’s choice of a PINK or BLUE SCRAAAM Coaster GT Kids Balance Bike.

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Stuff you should know before you enter the giveaway —> *This giveaway is open to US residents only. You must be 18+ to enter. Winners will be notified via email and given 48 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner may be selected. Giveaway runs 11/1/17 – 10:59 PM CST on 11/30/17. Just enter via the form below. * Good luck!
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25 comments:

  1. I wiped out on a gravel drive my first time and cut half my face up! I got right back on though. :)
    This would be perfect for starting my daughter out on a bike!

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  2. I personally was 12 before i learned to ride a bike,and it didnt have training wheels we rode holding on to the fence to keep from falling down ,,this was back in the late 60s so it was a while back

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  3. I can't even remember the first time I learned to ride a bike or who taught me but I'm sure I was very little and it was my mom who taught me.

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  4. Oddly, even though I can remember riding my bike all over town especially as a teenager, I do not remember who taught me or when I actually learned.

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  5. I was about 7-8yr old, country rocky road, bike too big for me, and no brakes, learned on my own.

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  6. I remember my first bike very vaguely. My first had no training wheels and I was maybe 4 or 5. I remember my Uncle and my Dad pushing me until I was coasting. I know I fell a whole lot! After that I always had a bike.
    ellen beck

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  7. I guess I was like 4 or 5 when I learned to ride a bike. My granddad taught me and I remember a lot of falls and scrapes. I remember him running along side of me and then letting go.

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  8. I was like 7 I think when I learned how to drive a bike I remember it had the little wheels on the back wheel lol, good luck everyone.

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  9. I was around 4 when my father taught me how to ride a bike for the first time.

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  10. I don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride my bike, I'm guessing around five years old. I'm pretty sure it was my mom who taught me to ride my bike. I do remember having training wheels for a while.

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  11. I learned when I was about 5. Everyone in my family helped out.

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  12. I was about 10 or 12 when I taught myself. But I taught my daughter since she was 3 and my son is almost 3 amd I will start teaching him soon so this would be perfect!

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  13. My Dad taught me how to ride a bike. Many falls but finally got it. These balance bikes are just awesome. My older grandson learned so quickly with his.

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    ellen beck

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  15. I think I was nine years old when I started riding a bike. Our bikes were our main means of transportation. We taught each other how to ride a bike.

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  16. I actually taught myself to ride a bike. 8 was 6 years old at the time and my dad was upset because he wanted to teach me! 😂.

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  17. My taught me how to ride, i remember i was so scared and when he let go he ran next to me and i was riding. I still remember that and how my dad has been running by my side my whole life

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  18. i taught myself how to ride, by riding along our fence! I held on the the fence and would go a little further each time. If i lost my balance i quickly grabbed hold of the fence railing.

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    ellen beck

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  20. I was probably around 5 or 6 when I learned how to ride a bike... And I learned really quick to wear long pants or else I ended up with really skinned up knees from falling on our really steep driveway! ;)

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  21. I learned when I was ten. It took me three days. My cousin taught me.

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  22. I was around 6. I remember it was an old old bike (because i was the 7th of 9) and my brother just pushed and let go. I ended up smashing into a fence and gravel road rash but I didnt care!

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  23. I learned to ride a bike when i was 5 by dad taught me how.

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  24. I was about 5 or so, my mom taught me. I was scared because I fell alot but after the initial scrapes and bruises I really enjoyed it.

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