If anyone is going to inspire the next generation of champion riders, it's the most successful World Superbike racer of all time. With an outstanding 59 victories, the Kiddimoto Foggy Helmet is a tribute to the legend that is Carl Fogarty.
Designed to form a lasting relationship with the trail, the Kiddimoto Foggy Helmet strikes the perfect balance between style and safety to keep the little one protected. An ABS hard plastic BMX dirt-style shell, this breathable lid maximises airflow from the first pedal until the last via the eleven small vents which work to keep kids cool when they want to terrorise the downhill sections.
When taking kids out on the trail, showing them footage beforehand of Carl Fogarty is certain to have them hurtling in and out of berms with speed. Providing comfort with extra internal pads and adjustable straps for a customised fit, you can take the family on a brand new adventure safe in the knowledge your child is fully protected.
Fogarty may have been crowned King of the Jungle after retiring, but pairing with this helmet will certainly help youngsters start on their path to being King of the Mountain.
Kiddimoto is a family business based at the foot of Cheddar Gorge in rural Somerset. At Kiddimoto we manufacture very high quality wooden ride on toys. Kiddimoto bikes are available as the fun and sporty Superbike model or the slightly taller and more upright Scrambler. All bikes are available in natural lacquered wood or in a wide range of vivid colours. Kiddimoto have a string of awards, including the Hamley’s ‘One of a Kind’ award, ‘Practical Pre-School’ award, and ‘Right Start’ awards. Kiddimoto have also been remarked upon in a recent OFSTED report (142760) as offering excellent indoor and outdoor activity and development of large muscle skills and good coordination through riding the wooden bike. Kiddimoto is the perfect early introduction to 2 wheels. Kiddimoto do not have pedals or stabilisers, therefore children learn to balance and steer very quickly. At first, they ride with at least one foot firmly on the ground. As confidence develops, they'll begin to lift both feet, scooting forward and balancing and occasionally dabbing a foot to the floor when the bike leans over. Soon, they'll be balancing, learning and playing all at once. The best way to teach a child to cycle is not to use stabilisers, which simply prevent them from developing a proper sense of balance. Get them onto a Kiddimoto as early as possible. All Kiddimotos meet required safety regulations, in particular British Standard EN71. Therefore have the CE mark. The frame, fork, handlebar and saddle are constructed from high-quality birch ply and painted to a very high standard with child-safe paint. Kiddimotos are recommended for children aged 2 years to 5 years.
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