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Scraaam Balance Bike Giveaway – This & That Holiday Giveaway Hop! #HolidayGiveaways #Christmas2017

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 the This and That for the Holidays Hop. This giveaway hop is hosted by Becky at The Kids Did It and Amanda at The Mommy Island! There are several of other blogs participating, so be sure you check out the links at the end of this post to hop around and try your luck 🙂 The giveaway I am offering is for a Scraaam Balance Bike.

Balance Bike

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. Don’t forget to hop though the linky to enter all the other giveaways from the awesome bloggers who have joined together to offer you this giveaway hop.

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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69 thoughts on “Scraaam Balance Bike Giveaway – This & That Holiday Giveaway Hop! #HolidayGiveaways #Christmas2017

  1. My older brother and sister taught me to ride a bike when I was about four years old. It was rough at first. I didn’t use training wheels, so tipping over was common. But eventually I got the hang of it. And it was exciting!

  2. I was about 8 and my Dad taught me how to ride a bike
    I’ve now taught both of my kids how to ride.
    Thanks for the chance.

  3. i was probably about 5 and i remember i had a pink bike and we went for a walk i hit a bump and came off the bike over the handlebars.Needless to say it took me awhile to try again

  4. I don’t remember me, my daughter started with training wheels until I was able to help her ride without them.

  5. my parents taught me. i am not sure how old i was. i loved bike riding as a child, still do.

  6. My dad taught me and it was horrible….I ran into a tree the first day and then the 2nd day I had a horrific crash into a pole. Eventually I learned but it terrified me.

  7. I was 11 years old when I learned to ride a bike. I was a late-bloomer but really enjoyed my Schwinn bicycle, thanks!

  8. My dad taught me how to ride when I was about four yrs old. We had a gentle slope in our yard that we went down and it didn’t even hurt when I fell over so I wasn’t afraid of trying again and again.

  9. I was only three when I learned to ride my first bike. It seemed so huge! My step father put me on it and shoved me across the grass. Lessons quickly learned.

  10. I truly don’t remember how old I was or who taught me to ride a bike. My guess is that my dad taught me. I do remember going to the bike shop and getting my first bike. Not exactly sure how old I was, probably around 8. It was a big deal because I had 6 sisters and brothers and we got a lot of hand me downs. This bike was just mine.

  11. I think I was 6 when I got my first bike. It was a Schwinn with a banana seat. Still remember practicing and my dad teaching me.

  12. Not sure who taught me to ride but I remember learning how to use the brakes by riding down the hill in the back yard.

  13. That would have been way back in 1963 when I was 7 and my dad taught me how to ride a bike. I was so short I could not reach the pedals to get started by myself. So whenever I wanted to ride someone had to get me going for a long time.

  14. I don’t remember how old I was but my dad is the one who taught me how to ride a bike. It was super fun but scary I remember that. I of course fell off many times and slammed into a parked car but eventually I got the hang of it!

  15. My sister and I received matching Schwinn bikes for Christmas when we were 5 and 6 — her’s was blue and mine was purple. Don’t remember learning to ride, but we put 100s of miles on those bikes riding them around the neighborhood.

  16. I remember my Dad taught me to ride a bike. I’m a grandma now so that was so many years ago I don’t remember how old I was.

  17. I’m pretty sure I learned about the same time as everyone else in my age at a family friend’s house they had kids my family’s age and we all just sort of ran together on the same hill encouraging and probably making each other learn stuff.

  18. I do not know how old I was when I learned to ride a bike. my father helped me by running along side of me

  19. I am part of a generation that learned by falling and getting up as a kid with my friends.

  20. My older brother taught me.He promised to take me with him to the bike jumps with him if I learned and that was a huge deal so it was great motivation.

  21. I never learned to ride a bike but my brother in law taught my daughter by taking her pedals off.

  22. My father taught me how to ride my bike when I was around 6. He would run beside me so I felt safe and all of a sudden I just took off and been going ever since.

  23. My mom taught me how to ride my bike. I think I was 9. I don’t remember how long it took me though.

  24. I don’t remember learning to ride a bike, but I remember buying my first 2 wheeler!
    It was pink with a pink banana seat!

  25. My father helped me learn to ride a two wheeler bike. The only thing I remember about it is that the bike had an old fashioned “banana seat.”

  26. My dad taught me how to ride a bike. I loved riding my bike but I was a little daredevil. I still have scars on my knees.

  27. My parents taught me how to ride a bike on our gravel driveway – I definitely skinned my knees a few time!

  28. My dad taught me. I was probably about 4 or 5? I don’t think it really took that long…..it’s mostly just getting used to balancing.

  29. My dad taught me to ride a bike, I don’t remember having too much trouble pedaling or staying up. I got my first bike when I was 6 on Christmas.

  30. My experience was horrible, I got on a bike and was pushed , often falling and I remember my brother smacking me behind the head to get it right.. So not a very exciting experience for me..

  31. I had training wheels on a bike as a kid, but never really mastered a two wheeler as a child. I really learned to ride as a young adult. My future husband taught me how to ride a bike.

  32. I think I was 5 or 6 and pretty much taught myself using training wheels! Our driveway had a small slope so I would ride to the end and walk back because it was hard for me to pedal back!

  33. I was about 8 and my Dad taught me. I also watched my older siblings.
    Thanks for the chance.

  34. My Dad taught me how to ride, probably around the age of 3. I remember having training wheels and that I was really happy when Dad took them off. It was a fun experience. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity.

  35. I learned to ride a bike from a combination from my sisters and the boys in the neighborhood where I grew up.

  36. I believe that I was 5 years old when my dad taught me how to ride my bike. I remember feeling so proud of myself when I finally caught on.

  37. My older Brother taught me how to ride a bike. I think I was 5 or 6 years old when I learned to ride and we didn’t use helmets back then.

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