Off-road cycling? No problem with the Beany Blaster!

13.09.2022

Has your child already made a home on the bike, is starting to try all sorts of tricks on it and can't be stopped by anything in the field? Then it's high time for the Beany BLASTER! The uncompromising and super lightweight bike can handle any terrain and will be the best partner in exploring the surroundings!

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Off-road cycling? No problem with the Beany Blaster!

Has your child already made a home on the bike, is starting to try all sorts of tricks on it and can't be stopped by anything in the field? Then it's high time for the Beany BLASTER! The uncompromising and super lightweight bike can handle any terrain and will be the best partner in exploring the surroundings!

Like other Beany bikes, the Blaster is designed and developed in collaboration with children's
physiotherapists. The unique geometry of the frame respects the requirements of the child's physique and allows
healthy and comfortable sitting and safe riding. Thanks to high quality materials and components
it is also one of the lightest children's bikes on the market. The Blaster is manufactured from size 24 and is therefore designed for more experienced child riders. Now nothing stands in the way of off-road riding, over roots, curbs or jumping over obstacles. For maximum ride quality, the Blaster is equipped with an RST air fork, nine-speed shifting and hydraulic disc brakes. Where other bikes end, the Blaster begins...

Trails for little superheroes


You've already chosen your super bike, so let's go on an adventure! Because riding off-road is great
not only for children's physical and mental health, but also improves their coordination, balance and gives
the confidence and self-esteem they need. And if you do it together, you'll get great
experiences that will strengthen your relationship.
Official maintained trails or paths are ideal for a romp in the field. Trails are one-way
off-road trails designed for mountain biking, which are usually over hilly terrain, rocks and
the route is varied by various natural obstacles such as roots, ditches, rocks or footbridges. Trails
can be found all over the country and you can choose according to the level of riders. You can even find baby trails
for kids, where even the little ones can have fun on two-footed bouncers. There's something for everyone
for everyone. Never let your child ride off the marked trails or on unofficial trails
- As well as possible injury, there is also the risk of damage to the forest cover.

When to let children on the track?
The answer is simple, when they are able to independently control their riding, it does not
control of the brakes and have excellent balance when crossing obstacles. It doesn't matter so much
age as much as ability. The smallest of the range, the Beany Blaster 24, is suitable for children from

120cm tall, so around six to seven-year-old bikers. At this age, children are already fully
motor skills and can therefore cope more easily with more difficult terrain and can react to
situations that require quick decision-making and reaction.


How to get started and what to look out for?
Always take the first descents together with your child and choose a route that is appropriate for your child.
appropriate to their abilities. Don't go down difficult slopes with obstacles that your child can't overcome.
Let the child ride in front of you so that you always have an overview of the situation. Ride smoothly and do not stop,
so you don't cause a crash on the track and another rider crashes into you. If you must stop,
teach your child to always move as far to the side of the road as possible so that the next rider can pass safely.
Never forget to wear a cycle helmet carefully, at the start and on more challenging
descents, you'll also appreciate pads or shells. Pay attention to the weather, don't head out on the track then,
if it's waterlogged or frozen. Also, always carry a first aid kit with you so you can treat
any scrapes, a mobile phone in case of an accident and a drink. Also time your ride carefully
so that you're not surprised by darkness in the woods.

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