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Performance Bicycle, the nations #1 specialty bike retailer has just released their own line of kids bicycles.  The new line has everything from tricycles to balance bikes, to mountain bikes.   The bicycles feature high quality parts, a durable aluminum wheel set with 36 spokes, and Kenda tires for road or trail biking.

There are a few awesome features of the new kids bike line up:

  1. They come fully assembled!  It’s a big box but imagine no hassle of trying to put it together quietly the night before Christmas…
  2. They have a “Grow Up with Performance Guarantee” that gives you discounts on future bikes as your kids outgrow their current bike.

Performance wants to give you everything they need to find the right bike for your kids. A complete kids bike sizing chart and a fun, fitness and safety coloring book are available for download to help.

Check out the full kids line up and see what’s a good fit for your kids.  (I just spent time looking through everything and even found a few bikes 50% off!)

Win A Bike!

One winner will receive a bicycle, fully assembled, for a child who is 6-8 years old, just choose between the boys bicycle or girls bicycle.

You have 4 chances to win (feel free to do as many as you like!):

1.  Leave a Comment below with how old you were when you learned to ride a bike, (or a fun story).
2.  Tweet the following:

Stop by @SouthernSavers to win a bicycle from Performance Bicycle @performance_inc #wingiveaways

3.  Share the giveaway on Facebook.
4.  Follow Southern Savers on Facebook, Feed Reader, or Daily Email and leave a comment below that you are.

    Comments

    1. Jennifer Herrington says:

      Tweeted about your giveaway!
      http://twitter.com/jenh84/status/12233213896294400

    2. Leilani says:

      I learned when I was about 5….my overachiever little brother learned when he was 3 :)

    3. Jennifer Herrington says:

      I think I was around 5 maybe?

      • Sahar Rais says:

        I was 8 years old on a huffy sea princess. I learned a little late, cause I grew up in the city and we moved to the suburbs then. I shared this on facebook

    4. Megan says:

      I was very young when I learned how to ride a bike!!! But at first I used training wheels of course though!! Love this giveaway!!

    5. DAWN says:

      i LEARNED TO RIDE WHEN I WAS 6 OR 7…BUT WOW IS IT HARD NOW…I HAVE TRIED TO RIDE MY SONS AND IT WAS DIFFICULT TO SAY THE LEAST….

    6. Jennifer Herrington says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook and subscribe to emails!

    7. Jenn says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was in 2nd grade! I miss my purple banana seat! It was always so comfortable to me like I could ride forever. :)

    8. stacy Armstrong says:

      I was young when I learned how to ride about 4 or 5.

    9. DAWN says:

      I GET THE DAILY EMAILS

    10. Sandy says:

      I was about 8 when I learned to ride a bike.

    11. Jenn says:

      I follow SS on FB.

    12. stacy Armstrong says:

      following on facebook:)

    13. Marissalmc says:

      I was 4! on my little mermaid bike!

    14. Sspragis says:

      My daddy taught me to ride my first bike. We lived in Stone Mtn. at the time and had a great hill to coast down. Of course, when you go down a hill, you eventually have to come back up… I did run into a few mailboxes as I got a little older. :)

    15. Monkzardo says:

      I loved riding my bike when I was a kid. I had two bike wrecks in the same day once.

    16. Sbingcreative says:

      I was 10 yrs old when I finally got to learn how to ride a bike. :-/
      I follow SS on facebook and email.

    17. Cvanportfleet says:

      I follow you on facebook

    18. Davisamy74 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6 years old! I remember being so proud of myself!

    19. Marcella Bess says:

      I was about 5 years old when I learned to ride without training wheels.

    20. Julie30052 says:

      I follow you on Facebook!!!

    21. Cvanportfleet says:

      I don't remember how old I was but I do remember how cool i thought i was when I could use no handle bars!

    22. Rita says:

      I follow you on FB.

    23. Julie30052 says:

      And I posted this on Facebook!

    24. jess says:

      facebook follower!

    25. Tracy says:

      I don't remember how old I was but I do remember riding around the neighborhood with my 3 sisters playing games on our bikes. We would try to see who could go the fastest, or who could go the longest with no hands, etc. I would love a little boys bike for my son

    26. Rita says:

      I was about 8 years old when I learned to ride my bike w/out training wheels.

    27. Mary says:

      I remember falling off my bike numerous times and my sister's laughing at me. I was around 5.

    28. jess says:

      I want to say I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike

    29. Cottontail07 says:

      I follow u on FB !!

    30. Erika says:

      I remember my sister learning to ride. She got the hang of riding rather quickly, but it took quite awhile and a few times of running me into the curb before she mastered stopping.

    31. Sheri says:

      I think I was about 6 when I learned to ride a bike without training wheels.

    32. house1 says:

      I was 5 when we took the training wheels off. We lived on a cul-de-sac and I rode confidently down the sidewalk- and right into our neighbor's lamppost. A pane of glass fell on my head, but luckily, no injuries. And I got right back on!

      Following on FB.

    33. Sarah says:

      didn't learn until college, definitely want my girls to learn earlier than that!

    34. LL says:

      I learned when I was about 4 or 5. I still love riding to this day. Following on FB!

    35. Amanda says:

      Oh, I don't really know. Seems like four or maybe I was born riding a bike – major tomboy!

    36. Cayman says:

      I thought I was old enough to ride a bike without training wheels…so my dad took them off. I rode in the neighbor's driveway which was nothing but gravel. I fell and skinned up my knee, and I'm now 30 and still have gravel in my knee to this day.

    37. albert_the_gator says:

      I was 5 years old when I got my first bike as a Christmas present. I proceeded to wreck myself several times (on the trash cans). A few scratched knees and scraped hands definitely did not stop me from biking all the time!

    38. dks says:

      I remember when my dad had me on the back of his bike riding through a State Park in one of those little seats and he went off the edge of the road and crashed. All of the state park rangers came and helped us, we were both totally fine, we still joke about it to this day.

    39. jenn312 says:

      I am following you on FB. When will you find out @ the bike?

    40. bakermom says:

      WOW!!!! This would be great, a bicycle is what my son is wanting for Christmas!!

    41. Cayman says:

      I follow you on Facebook and get your Emails

    42. E B Chiles says:

      I don't remember what age I was when I rode them but I had an awesome red tricycle and a totally cool pink bike with streamers and pegs on the wheels that I first used with training wheels but got to keep for a long time after that. We had to get rid of the bike when our new puppy completely ate apart the foam handles and seat (probably both tires too!)

    43. Jeffandashley says:

      I think I was 4 or 5. I would really like to win this for a wonderful child I know.

    44. Cayman says:

      I shared this giveaway on Facebook

    45. Blairford says:

      I think I was 7 or 8. My dad pushed my bike up and down the sidewalk over and over with me trying to learn to balance but I just couldn't get it. Finally, my dad exhausted, we went back home. When we got back to our yard my mom was outside and gave me a shove across our grassy lawn – and I got it immediately!

    46. Watkinsl says:

      I got my first bike when I was 8 yrs. old.

    47. Lisa M says:

      I was afraid to try, so when I was 10 years old, my big brother and mom helped me get started and I just took off. Afterwards, felt silly that I was fearful when it was so easy. Too bad I waited so long. Now, one of my favorite exercises is biking (especially in spin class). :)

    48. Pam says:

      I was 10 yrs old when Iearned to ride a bike. I was adopted and my adopted family didn't have a lot of money so my first bike was a used one. However, I took good care of it and rode it like there was no tomorrow. When I was 16, I finally got my first brand new bike. I was just as excited as when I got my first car.

    49. Kathyneff says:

      I would love to win a girls bike !! I was about six when I learned to ride… had two older sisters!

    50. Pam says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook and Daily Email.

    51. maconchip says:

      I was 6 or so when I learned to ride.

    52. Christy Barnes says:

      I would just love to win a bike for my precious little girl, Jacquelyn!!!

    53. maconchip says:

      I follow on facebook

    54. Robin says:

      I was about 7. I received the bike for Christmas and was so excited to learn to ride. My parents never bought me another bike after that for some reason so I had to wait til I was an adult to get back into riding. Both my kids love to go trail riding and we enjoy the family time it gives us.

    55. Lisaburns3 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6 years old. I have a great picture of me in a great 80's outfit with heart shaped sunglasses on my bike.

    56. Cheri says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5.

    57. Cheri says:

      I follow SS on Facebook.

    58. Lisaburns3 says:

      I subscribe to the daily email.

    59. Lynn says:

      I follow you on facebook!

    60. Lisaburns3 says:

      I shared this giveaway on facebook.

    61. Jpvedder says:

      I was about 6 I think

    62. EMOM says:

      Funny story… I think it was my 12th birthday when I really wanted a 10speed. My younger sister had recieved a Schwinn a few months earlier so I was expecting that being a very brand concious preteen. When I saw the Free Spirit (Sears house brand) on the morning of my birthday, I was furious. I threw a complete temper tantrum and learned later that the bike I recieved cost about twice the one my sister had recieved (her's was a display model and they purchased it at a major discount). I certainly learned my lesson and to this day am completely horrified at my behavior that day!

    63. Berea Mom says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I first got a bike, but I do remember riding it many times and we used to put on bike parade shows for my parents. What fun memories.

    64. Bekda2002 says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook and subscribe to their email.

    65. Jennmckay4 says:

      I think

      I was 7 when I got my beautiful pink and purple bike.

    66. Holly says:

      I would love to get one of these bikes for one of my boys. I have a 6 year old and 7 year old boy. I remember my father teaching me to ride my banana seat bike. Our road was not paved and had lots of soft patches of dirt so I fell constantly! :) I finally caught on and took off and kept going and going and going. We both realized at the same time that he never taught me to stop!!! :)

    67. Becky B says:

      I was 5 when i learned to ride a bike, my brother helped me out a lot because he wa 8 years older!

    68. Berea Mom says:

      I follow Southern Savers via Daily Email.

    69. Becky B says:

      i am a fan on facebook!

    70. Chris says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5 years old. I'd love to win a Performance bike for my son who is 7!

    71. Allanajoy says:

      I was 5 when i first rode my bike without training wheels…

    72. Holly says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook and check the web site daily, especially on Wednesdays when the new Publix ad is ready! :)

    73. Sms_1101 says:

      I rode my first bike without training wheels when I was 6. My dad was running up and down the side walk with me making sure I didn't fall. Instead of falling I ran into a tree! Me and my sisters would ride up and down the sidewalk for hours. I thought I had the coolest bike ever because I had a radio built right into the handle bars. The funny thing is I could hardly ever get a station on it and when I actual could hear somewhat of a song I would blast with a big smile on my face with my shimmering streamers flying in the breeze. :) Ooo.. and those things that you put on your spokes were so cool. Mine were glow in the dark but I never rode in the dark so I don't know what the purpose of that was!

      My son asked for a bike for Christmas last week. I already finished with his Christmas shopping and spent his limit that me and my dh agreed on so I wasn't going to get him one. This would really make his Christmas.

      Btw, I follow on facebook.

    74. Rhiannon353 says:

      I didn't learn to ride a bike until I was almost 9. I'm trying to teach my 6 & 7 year-old girls now, but the 7 year-old needs a new bike.

    75. Rhiannon353 says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook

    76. Tina says:

      I was 5 years old and I have a scar to prove it!! :-) Thanks for the chance! And I follow you!

    77. LisaW53 says:

      I am a Southern Savers follower on Facebook:)

    78. lscoop says:

      My Granddaddy gave me a bike that he fixed up for my 6th birthday. I lived out in the country and our yard had a small hill where I would get on my “new” bike and roll down the hill, learning to balance. Well, at the bottom of the hill was a large rose bush. After one or two times of running into that rose bush you learned to steer clear and pedal past.

    79. sarah R says:

      I shared the giveaway on facebook

    80. Sangurkie says:

      I was 6 and it was the third time my Dad had taken off the training wheels.

    81. Rhiannon353 says:

      I shared the giveaway on Facebook!

    82. christinia smith says:

      I don't remember when I learned how to ride a bike… but I have a prosthesis and I'll never forget the day the dr told my grandmother it probably wasn't a good idea for me to try riding a bike w/ my “condition.”… I was able to go back to that wonderful man and tell him not only was I riding a bike but I was “riding a 10 speed bike” haha I thought I was just something!

    83. sarah R says:

      I can't remember when I learned how to ride a bike. I remember my dad trying to teach me and a friend. I had many accidents riding around on my bike, but I loved it!

    84. LisaW53 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5 or 6…can't remember exactly but I remember it being about the time I started kindergarten because I would ride around the neighborhood like a “big” girl with all my new school buddies:)

    85. christinia smith says:

      I follow you on facebook!

    86. shannon says:

      6 or 7 i think

    87. Toni says:

      I remember my first bike. It had a purple banana seat and a white basket with pink plastic flowers attached. I loved it. I grew up in small town America when life was not as complex. My sisters and I would take off on our bikes in the morning and would ride our bikes all over town until lunchtime. Oh, to have that much energy now!

    88. shannon says:

      i subscribe with reader

    89. momtoconradandteague says:

      My oldest son Conrad is learning to ride with training wheels. He's 4. Would love a great bike for him!

    90. Autbj11 says:

      I believe that I was 5 years old when i learned to ride a bike!

    91. momtoconradandteague says:

      I follow you on fb

    92. Jenku99 says:

      I was around 10 years old. It was a bright purple Huffy with a white banana seat that had a rainbow and a unicorn on the seat. So 80s!! I loved it!

    93. momtoconradandteague says:

      I receive your daily e-mails

    94. Autbj11 says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook!

    95. Renee says:

      I was about 5 when I learned to ride a bike.

    96. Jsc3197 says:

      santa brought me my first bike at 5 years old, took about 2 days to get the hang of it, no training wheels!

    97. Monica says:

      I follow Southern Savers on FB and email.

    98. Jenichthus says:

      It was Christmas morning. I was seven, and my sister was five. We'd opened everything, and then my parents pointed out something on the far side of the room that we hadn't noticed. There was something big with a sheet draped over it–a bike for each of us! We were ecstatic. They both had training wheels, and I know that mine came off before hers did, but I don't remember how long that was for either of us. Anyway, it's an awesome Christmas gift!

    99. Monica says:

      I was 8 years old when I learned to ride. I tried at 7 and said on my 8th birthday, I'll do it – and I did!

    100. Clarkiechick says:

      I don't know how old I was but my first 2 children learned the same day. My daughter was 6 and my son was 4.

    101. Sara says:

      following on FB

    102. Jenichthus says:

      I follow on FB.

    103. meghanld says:

      I was around 4 years old.

    104. Clarkiechick says:

      I follow on facebook

    105. jasta3 says:

      I was six and my bike had a white basket with flowers on it….it was a Christmas present!

    106. Laura says:

      I follow you on facebook!

    107. Brandi says:

      I don't remember how old i was when i learned but i have a six year old girl that just learned how to ride without training wheels this fall and has a bike on her christmas list. We have the seat on her old bike up as far as it can go and her long legs almost knock the handle bars. How fun would it be to surprise her with one of these. great giveaway!

    108. Megan D says:

      I was five when I learned to ride a bike.

    109. Juliagoldieday says:

      I was five and had a blue and white bike. My dad ran behind me in the parking lot till I got it on my own.

    110. Allyg24 says:

      my older brother and i taught my sister how to ride and she crashed into an old stump. i think i was 5 when i was riding.

    111. jasta3 says:

      I follow on facebook.

    112. andreab says:

      i was 7 when i learned to ride.

    113. Jeremy says:

      I was 6. It was a green schwinn with a big banana seat!!

    114. Erincaparolie says:

      Just followed on facebook.

    115. elaine says:

      i was about 5 when i learned to ride my pink barbie bicycle! my dad would hold on to the back of the seat until i got my balance enough that he could let go. i would love one of these to share with my 7 year old nephew.

    116. Jeremy says:

      FB Follower!!

    117. Karen says:

      Not sure how old, but younger than 5. I took my sisters bike and road around and around the yard. She was 3 yrs older than I was, and I was determined not to be left behind.

    118. Lynn says:

      I can't remember when I first learned to ride a bike…..I want to say around age 6.

    119. chrystal says:

      I think I was 5 or 6 when I learned to ride a bike

    120. K Cook says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike

    121. Erikamacias says:

      Hi there, I was about five years old when my daddy taught me how to ride my blue bike with the big banana seat. It was awesome (until someone stole it right from our porch!). Thanks for all you do!

    122. K Cook says:

      I get your daily email

    123. Brandi says:

      following on facebook.

    124. lmsunshine says:

      I was 6 when I learned how to ride – same age as my son was when he learned.

    125. wendy says:

      I think I was 8!

    126. Amy J. says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook :-)

    127. nc_sunshine says:

      I loved my bike, all pink & blue, and remember being so excited when I finally got the training-wheels off, perhaps around 6 or 7 (though was quite upset when the neighbor boy, who was 1-2 years younger, learned to ride his without training wheels before I did!).

    128. Agriff says:

      I was six when Dad taught me how to ride a bike. Good memories

    129. nc_sunshine says:

      I follow you on Facebook!

    130. Liz_s22 says:

      I follow you on Facebook

    131. Liz_s22 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5

    132. Lisastoybx says:

      I was 6 yrs old when I learned how to ride. My father spent all afternoon. I think he was more determined then I was. I remember him getting so frustrated be he did not give up on me..Thanks Dad!!

    133. Kimberley R says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike. My brother kept making me crash when I was learning so when he was riding, I got a stick and stuck it in his spokes. Needless to say, it made his bike stop and he flew over the handlebars mouth first into our mailbox. Chipped his front 2 teeth. Still has caps today thanks to me. Whoops! I promise I don't do stuff like that these days! LOL

    134. Aeflockhart says:

      I was 4 on my little red BMX bike. My 6 year old brother worked off the training wheels and convinced me to try w/o them. I climbed on and before i knew what was happening I was flying down our very steep driveway into the very steep street headed toward the very deep ditch. I peddled my little heart out to avoid the ditch as my brother ran for his life in the opposite direction. (He knew that if I crashed, he would really get in trouble for pushing me.) From that point on I was a 2 wheel rider.

    135. Aeflockhart says:

      Google Reader subscriber

    136. alexmom says:

      i would love this to gift to a special child i know! i first learned to ride a bike on my old dirt road. i road all the way down to my grandmas house and i knew that from that day on there was no stopping me! it was the greatest freedom as a child! every child should have a bike!

    137. Kimberley R says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook and email…

    138. The23rdteam says:

      I rode with my training wheels on so long that they bent out on the sides!

    139. alexmom says:

      i follow on facebook

    140. The23rdteam says:

      I follow on facebook!

    141. Stephany says:

      I think I was about 5. I remember running running into a bush. :)

    142. Dancinhat says:

      My sister was 8 and I was 6, our family moved from Texas to Indiana, someone left two of the old style Cruiser bikes at the house we moved to and they were still in great shape. We were on the small side for our age and the only way either of us could ride would be standing up on the pedals which meant we could not walk or run to get started. The house was on a large hill with a busy road at the bottom. My sister convinced me she could ride the bike and I could go with her on the handle bars. So, off we went down the hill her steering like a drunk driver and me on the handle bars hanging on for dear life. We knew that when we got to the bottom of the hill we would have to turn sharply to stay in the yard and not go into the road, which she did, slinging me off of the handle bars and promptly running over me. I was not seriously injured and it is something I still tease her about today. That is how we learned to ride bikes and we became quite the experts at bailing at the bottom of the hill. The old bikes truly took a beating from two little girls. As my son would say “Good times.”. LOL! Ironically if I win, since my children are grown this would be for her daughter who is 7.

    143. Stephany says:

      I posted this on FB

    144. Stephany says:

      I follow you on FB too

    145. Connieb03 says:

      Girl bike please! My daughter would love this! I learned to ride when I was about 5 or 6, I don't remember exactly, but we rode our bikes everywhere!

    146. Mindy says:

      I follow you everyday on your website and facebook

    147. Goochette03 says:

      I was 6 or 7 and my brother decided it was 'time'…so he removed the training wheels off of my puke green and black bike that had a GIANT banana seat and 'monkey bars' handle bars….we worked and worked all day going up and down the VERY uneven sidewalk but I eventually got the hang of it!!! Of course things would've been easier (and safer) if my bike would've had brakes!!

    148. Connieb03 says:

      I follow on daily email.

    149. Jivetalkk says:

      I learned to ride at 5 with training wheels, 6 without! My 5-year-old boy would LOVE a bike!
      (P.S.: I also follow on FB).

    150. Blancarojas1 says:

      I transitioned from training wheels slowly…asking my dad to leave 1 of the training wheels on!! I think I was 7 when they both finally went off!

    151. Michelle says:

      I was about 6 when I learned to ride a bike

    152. cammy says:

      I learn with my dad around 6 or 7 we wre 6 kids so he could not affort to get one just like that but it was well worth it!!

    153. Brendenalanna says:

      I was 5 and I learned on a dirt road which meant a lot of raod rash:(

    154. Kimberley R says:

      I tweeted “Stop by @SouthernSavers to win a bicycle from Performance Bicycle @performance_inc #wingiveaways”

      georgiagirl7

    155. Michelle says:

      I follow on facebook

    156. Kimberley R says:

      I shared his on Facebok

    157. Tiffany says:

      I learned to ride a bike at 5 years old. I remember it well because my 7 year old sister was determined to teach me so I wouldn't keep slowing her down. After a few bruises and scrapes, I finally managed. It was learn or get left behind, Ha Ha!

    158. Tiffany says:

      I am following on facebook.

    159. wendy says:

      I learned to ride my bike when i was 4 and as soon as l learned to ride it my daddy went and bought me a motorcycle for Christmas! lol I had one of those yellow schwin bikes with the banna seat and a pink basket on the front. Oh and dont forget about the horn and bell I had too.

    160. MicheZeren says:

      I was 18 when I learned to ride-I got my bike to get around from my apartment to my dorm at college. Since I had not grown up with bikes, needless to say, I was not very good.

      One day, while riding back from campus, I got going too fast down a hill and as I tried to slow down, instead ended up hitting one of the wires that anchors out from a light pole. I gave quite the performance for anyone parked at that intersection, because I went straight over my handlebars, hit the wire, and flipped. Thankfully, I had all my protective gear on and only ended up with a nasty bruise on my leg and ego.

      Needless to say, my kids are already starting on bikes so they can grow up to be confident bike riders. My oldest is about to turn 7 and is outgrowing the bike he has…I would LOVE to win a bigger size for him; especially since every next size would be discounted, too!

    161. V says:

      I learned to ride a bike around 4 now at 41 my 4 year old rides a scooter and wants me to ride my bike (a vintage from a thrift store) I want to get her one for so she can ride (training wheels needed of course)

    162. Noodle says:

      I loved my bicycles…flying up and down the hills of my neighborhood made me feel so free!

    163. Sandra says:

      I think I was about 7 when I learned to ride a bike. I am now 50 & we have bikes we take camping with us to ride with the grandchildren. My granddaughter needs a new bike.

    164. Frances says:

      I signed up for your daily deals.

    165. Larissa says:

      I learned on my own in the first grade when I had a friend over. I got on the bike at my Granny's. I drove it down the hill and ran right into my mom's car!

    166. Christine says:

      I learned when I was about 5 years old. I had an older brother so I learned young so I could keep up and go riding with him. :)

    167. Thecastelfamily says:

      I learned to ride at about 5-6 years old but my baby boy is all ready for a bike!!!!

    168. Thecastelfamily says:

      Follow on FB

    169. A Huff says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike. I follow Southern Savers on facebook too !

    170. Reba says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6, and cannot wait to teach my little girl how to ride her first bike!! When I was small, my parents tied all our bikes together and left only a little tiny one out that had a crooked front wheel from getting run over a time or two. When my older sister got mad and wanted to “run away” she had only one option. It was hilarious to see her trying to run away on that little tiny bike with the crooked wheel pulling her left to right. ha!

    171. jen says:

      around 5 or 6 i think

    172. BT says:

      I learned to ride when I was 5. Thanks for the giveaway

    173. Amy J. says:

      I must have been around 6 yrs old. I remember the bike was a hideous green color. Yep, guess I'm revealing my age…..that was back in the 70's….LOL! For my first time on a bike, my dad sent me down the big hill in our huge front yard….no training wheels. Since I didn't know how to stop the bike, i jumped for dear life as the bike crashed into the big drainage ditch! Scary for a little kid, but funny to think back on now! LOL!

    174. Miranda says:

      I follow on FB.

    175. Mindy says:

      Well Im not sure how old I was when I learned how to ride a bike but what I do remember was that I was scared to death!!

    176. Jenifer S. says:

      I was about 4 years old when I learned to ride my bike. I stopped riding bikes when I was a teenager and decided to start again when I was in my 30's and had to learn all over again! I would love to give a boy bike to my nephew, Riley.

    177. Miranda says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5.

    178. Donna says:

      I learned when I was about 5. I would love to win a girls bike for Christmas! My 7 year old asked for one but just not in the budget this year.

    179. Allison says:

      I believe I was 6………I got the big banana seat bike for Christmas!

    180. Laura O says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike without training wheels.

    181. Cheryl says:

      I learned to ride a bike at 5. I still have my bike and funny thing it's in style still today.

    182. Cheryl says:

      I follow on FB

    183. Valerie says:

      I don't remember the exact age when I started riding a bike, but I do remember learning and really wanting to do it. I think I was a little older, maybe around 2nd grade when I rode without training wheels. lol. my son has done much better than me.

    184. Ana says:

      I was about 5 years old

    185. Charlotte says:

      I was about 6 years old.

    186. Four4yhwh says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike. Have 3 boys who need bikes!

    187. Valerie says:

      I subscribed to the daily deals.

    188. Ana says:

      I follow on FB

    189. Charlotte says:

      I am a facebook fan.

    190. Frances says:

      It's been a while to remember when I first rode my bike. But I sure would love to win one for my grandchildren.

    191. oneplustwins says:

      I think I was around 5 or 6. Those were the days when you'd go outside with friends and ride bikes all around the neighborhood, and not come home until it was dark or dinnertime and you didn't worry about something bad happening….the good ole days!

    192. Beth says:

      I was 6 or 7 when I learned to ride a bike,.

    193. beebopmom says:

      i learned to ride my bike when I was 5 and can still remember the moment my mom let go of the bike!

    194. Jenn @ One House Schoolroom says:

      I was riding with training wheels at 3, but graduated to a big bike at 6. My first big girl bicycle was pink and purple with streamers on the handlebars, a basket and a big silver bell- I loved that bike!! :-)

      Thanks for the great giveaway!!

    195. Beth says:

      Follow SS on FB.

    196. Rebecca says:

      I remember my dad holding on to the back of the seat when the training wheels were first taken off….I freaked out when I realized he had let go, and I ran smack into our mailbox!

    197. Rita says:

      How wonderful ! I have fond memories of riding my bike all summer long. I can't remember when I wasn't on my bike, it was blue.

    198. Jenn @ One House Schoolroom says:

      I am a subscriber through Google reader.

      Thanks again!! :-)

    199. Anna Burkett says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was about 6.

    200. Jennifer says:

      Dirt road, no helmet, lots of laughing, 5 years old :-) I'll never forget the fear I felt when my uncle yelled “You're doing it by yourself!! ” What a wonderful giveaway!!!

    201. Ksmcenter says:

      following southern savers on face book : )

    202. Lkirkham08 says:

      I learned how to ride a bike at my school. I attended Florida High from Kindergarden until I graduated. It shows how times have changed, back then our recess consisted of either riding bikes or playing on the playground. I was so excited the day I learned how to ride without training wheels.

    203. Jayna says:

      I was eight or nine when I learned to ride a bike…a bit late, I know!

    204. Anna Burkett says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook.

    205. Pam says:

      5 years old–on a rainy day

    206. katie says:

      I was about 5…now I have a 51/2 year old son who would love a bike!

    207. Anna Burkett says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was about 6.

    208. Donna says:

      I learned to ride a bike without training wheels by the age of 5 years old. My grandaughter would absolutely love to own the girls bike.

    209. Savgengirl says:

      I was 5 years old when I learned to ride a bike. If I win this bike it will be for my 6 year old son. We tried him on his first bike at the age on 4 years old. On his first time on his new bike he BROKE his arm. Needless to say he is now 6 and has not been on a bike since! I would love to win this for him…

    210. Patty says:

      I learned to ride a back when I was 7…. I remember my Dad practicing with me in the yard… Man I really do miss him! Wonderful memory with him though!

    211. Brenda Faulkner says:

      I jumped on my cousin's bike, starting racing down the hill and then discovered there were no brakes – so that's why he told me I couldn't ride it:)

    212. Mary says:

      learned to ride around 5 or 6 …. didn't start out with training wheels just rode away into the sunset : )

    213. Cathy says:

      I was around 10 when I got to ride my first bike.I was an only child and my Mom was very protective and visioned a major accident should I be allowed to ride.Mom if you read this I Love you.I would donate this Bike to Toys for Tots in NC if I win it.

    214. Agape084 says:

      I was unfortunately older than my friends when I learned to ride, about 9 years old. My first time out, my dad was inbetween the curb and me. When I accidently swerved in towards him, he caught the curb and ended up doing a somersault into some bushes. We had to take a break from riding for awhile. Would love a boys bike for my son!! And I am also a follower on facebook!

    215. Bethany says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike (sans training wheels)

    216. Bethany says:

      “like” southern savers on FB

    217. Mom2teenagers says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike. I wore my Daddy out taking those training wheels on and off until I got the courage to do it by myself.

    218. Crystal says:

      My first bicycle was called the Pink Cadillic and my friends and I would ride up and down the street every day after school.

    219. laurie says:

      The perfect gift for my grandson

    220. ashley says:

      I think maybe I was 7 or 8? Can't remember. But my bike was lavender with a white basket :)

    221. Andrea Cooper25 says:

      I was 6 years old when I learned to ride a bike without training wheels.

    222. Kdskds77 says:

      I still don't know how to ride a bike. :(

    223. Stephanie says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride a bike but I know I still stink at it. LOL :)

    224. Andrea Cooper25 says:

      I subscribe to your daily email.

    225. Jamamellis says:

      I was about 5 years old.

    226. Sandy says:

      I think I was about 6 years old. I remember my dad and grandfather running alongside of my bike and cheering me on!!

    227. cara says:

      I was 7 when I learned and didn't really want to but my mom said I needed to learn. She said the same thing to me when I was 18 and didn't have my drivers license yet.

    228. Rbarp2 says:

      I was about 6 when I learned, going down a hill!

    229. Rebekah J says:

      I was about 4 years old. Thankfully, my dad taught me how to ride in the grass rather than on the driveway :)

    230. Rielcoupons says:

      I was 4 when I learned to ride a bike. I'll never forget the boy next door, Tommy, who promised not to let go of the back of the bike. Next thing I knew, he was running beside me.

    231. E16gardner says:

      I think I was 4 when I learned to ride to keep up with older brothers.

    232. E16gardner says:

      I follow on Facebook

    233. Bcgauls says:

      I was five when I learned to ride a bike. I had a bike with a banana seat!

    234. Oaddeals says:

      Love riding a bike!!!!!

    235. Fgavent says:

      I was five and also had a bike with a banana seat.

    236. AmyLynn says:

      I learned to ride a bike on the grass in the backyard…but then for the life of me couldn't figure out how to ride on the asphalt in front of the house. I spent the first 2 months of my “bicycle riding career” riding back and forth in our backyard :/

    237. kathy says:

      I was six when I learned to ride a bike.

    238. Oaddeals says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook!!!!

    239. Nicolejanesoto says:

      I can't remember how old I was when I first learned, however I do remember that I was 8 years old when on Thanksgiving day, I rode my bike without my shoes on. I can still hear my mother reminding me, and I chose to ignore here. Of course, in my race to get home, my foot hit a big rock (why do people have them for decorations??) and lost my pinky toenail. Spent the evening in the ER, and my nail never grew back. :( but I STILL love to ride, especially with my kids!

    240. Sarah says:

      I can't remember how old I was but my son was three. He told my husband and I that he could ride without training wheels and we didn't believe but decided to try and he did it!

    241. Sarah says:

      I follow on FB.

    242. Shannon says:

      I don't remember when I learned to ride a bike, but my 7 year old learned how to ride his bike without his training wheels at age 5 1/2 and LOVES riding. I would love a new bike to give him. He outgrew his other so fast.

    243. Heather Senter says:

      I hated riding as a kid and was left behind crying on my banana-seat bicycle on family outings in the neighborhood. Teaching “Spin” classes at 30, I got the itch to ride on the road with a pack of real cyclists and my husband surprised me with a road bike that Christmas. Now I love cycling and love to share my transformation with other “banana-seat flunkies!”

    244. JennA says:

      I was 4 when I learned to ride without training wheels and still vividly remember crashing the ginormous green bike because I couldn't contain my excitement once I finally “got it”. We have a very treasured video of that ride… and crash.

    245. Kjeffs14 says:

      I was 6 when I learned!

    246. Merlinsdestiny3 says:

      When I was around 5 or 6 I had a bike that my Grandpa fixed up for me. It was the best bike in the world because it had a banana seat. My Grandpa died four years ago and I would have loved to see him try to teach my six year old son to ride a bike!

    247. JennA says:

      I follow you on Facebook (because I do love a good bargain)

    248. ritac says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike.

    249. Danyeln says:

      I learned when I was about 6. It was purple and I never had training wheels.

    250. Danyeln says:

      I am an email subscriber.

    251. Carrie Smart says:

      I think I was about 5 when I learned to ride my bike

    252. Caroline says:

      I learned when I was around five.

    253. Kristen says:

      I follow on fb!

    254. Kristen says:

      I think I was 5 when I learned to ride…

    255. Joedee98 says:

      I was six. I remember riding right into a parked car. I won't say when it was but back then they had metal bumpers on cars!

    256. Esseay says:

      I can't remember how old I was… it seems like I have always know how to ride! (old age, maybe?) I used to ride long distances when I was in highschool, I loved being on the bike and cruising!

    257. Carrie Smart says:

      I am already a fb fan and shared this givewaway

    258. Merlinsdestiny3 says:

      I follow u on FB :)

    259. Jcarpenter says:

      oh, what a great present. My little boy just learned to ride his bike without training wheels and he is 6. I learned to ride mine around the age of 6 also. It brought back great memories.

    260. Carrie Smart says:

      I am an email subscriber

    261. April says:

      I honestly don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride a bike. I know I was young because I remember riding when I was in kindergarten.

    262. anna says:

      I learned when I was around 5.

    263. Tara says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride a bike, but it was on my friend's Strawberry Shortcake bike! :)

    264. Mcollins5 says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike.

    265. Tara says:

      I follow you with google reader.

    266. MaryB10114 says:

      I was abt 4 or 5 when I learned how to ride a bike. My husband is the youngest of 4 kids, Boy, 2 girls then him. Anyway, his oldest sister was trying to teach him how to ride a bike, well she told / showed him everything about riding a bike, except how to stop it! He goes riding down the sidewalk on a hill with tree branch looming in front of him. He says he was yelling at her to help him, she was yelling at him to stop the bike, he in turn says I would if you had told me how. Needless to say he connected with the branch, and the sidewalk connected with his behind..

    267. Ashlee says:

      I think I was maybe 7 or 8 the first time I rode without training wheels. I feel like I was behind, though, with all these posts about being 5 ;)

    268. Brighteye_76 says:

      I was around 5 with I learned to ride a bike….Funny story….A couple of years ago I was in Amsterdam and wanted to rent a bike to get around. Well I hadn't been on a bike in YEARS. Anyway I was trying to get on the thing and I was going good until the front tire sliped into a street trolly track. (I was actaully riding where I wasn't susposed to) When this happened I was thrown off the bike and crashed into a local. I didn't have to know the launguage to know what he said wasn't a compliment and buy far didn't find this mishap as funny as my husband and I did as I laid sprawled out on the ground unable to get up due to laughing so hard.

    269. Cheryl says:

      I was very little when I learned to ride a bike. My daddy was the one who taught me.

    270. Cheryl says:

      I tweeted about the giveaway

    271. Cheryl says:

      I am an email subscriber

    272. Clalbritton says:

      My first bike was a hand me down – hand me down. My aunt handed down her old bike to my older sister who eventually got a new one and I received the the old one.

      All I wanted back then was a new one of my own. So, I know how important it is for a child to get a brand new bike for Christmas or a birthday.

    273. SarahB says:

      looking for a bike for boy's present.. This would be a good one!

    274. Fitness4unow says:

      Not sure how old I was, I think around 5 or 6 and my brother taught me to ride.

    275. willowfly says:

      Age 5, no training wheels ever, I had to keep up with my big brother.

    276. Brighteye_76 says:

      I follow in FB

    277. Wrightktnc says:

      I learned to ride when I was about 4 and continue to ride today. Love it.

    278. Tammyla says:

      I was around 6. My dad taught me how to ride. It is a very sweet memory for me since he is now passed away.

    279. Brighteye_76 says:

      I follow by Daily Emails too.

    280. Kathy says:

      I follow SS on facebook

    281. griffins00 says:

      We lived on a steep hill when I learned how to ride my bike…needless to say, there were many bumps and bruises that came along with learning!

    282. Clandevine says:

      I was about 8 years old.

    283. Kathy says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5 years old. My grandaddy taught me how to ride and that is one of my fondest memories of him.

    284. Elizabeth says:

      I remember learning to ride my bike, but I don't remember how old I was…..I'd guess 6 (without training wheels). It was when my dad was stationed at a base in Oceanside, CA…..

    285. Richelle says:

      We had a tradition this summer of riding bikes as a family after dinner and then coming home to eat a refreshing smoothie. I long for those hot days now that we have such cold weather. I'd love to win the bike for my son. Thanks SS!

    286. Richelle says:

      I follow SS on FB.

    287. Tori c says:

      I was around 7 when I learned to ride.

    288. Jody says:

      I subscribe to you newsletter!!

    289. Tori c says:

      I subscribe to the daily emails

    290. Steph Carroll says:

      I was 6 years old when I learned to ride. still one of my favorite old home videos to watch!

    291. Jody says:

      I learned how to ride my bike around 8 or 9… =)

    292. tahsha says:

      I was probably around 6 or so.

    293. jr911 says:

      I used to love riding bikes when I was about 9-10 to my grandma's house every day after school

    294. Mrsangierogers says:

      We love biking.

    295. jr911 says:

      I tweeted

    296. tahsha says:

      i follow ss on fb

    297. jr911 says:

      I subscribe in a reader

    298. griffins00 says:

      I follow you on FB

    299. griffins00 says:

      I shared this on FB

    300. Steph Carroll says:

      and i now “like” you on FB… not sure why I didn't before:)

    301. Elizabeth says:

      I was 6 when I leanred how to ride my bike without training wheels.

    302. Kelleykeenan says:

      we had hills on either side of our driveway – they were the best bike riding hills because they were not too steep but fast enough to get a thrill. One day my bestfriend Sue and I were riding and she was “hauling boogie” down the hill with here long braids flying behind her. “I'm flyin' baby!!” she yelled and immediately wiped out all over the place. Once I realized she was not terminally hurt, we laughed until we cried. Famous last words…

    303. Beccaloc says:

      I was three and a half when my older brother and sister decided that it would be fun to put me on a “big kids bike” and push me down the hill we lived on. Does that count as learning? :)

    304. Susanne says:

      I was 8 when I learned to ride a bike. My little sister ran along beside me waiting to laugh at the inevitable falls!

    305. Meguardo says:

      I think I was 5!

    306. Meguardo says:

      I shared on FB and I follow you!

    307. k.boynton says:

      I do not know how old I was when I learned to ride a bike, I would estimate around 7. But, my youngest son would love this bicycle! He got a new one last year for Christmas and a few months ago, asked if he could give it to this little boy down the street who did not have a bicycle. (he said since he had a scooter, he could just ride it and the little boy could have his bike.) So of course we told him that he could give it to the little boy, and we were soooooo proud that he wanted to do something so sweet! How many children would do that?! So now, he has no bike, but happily rides his scooter, and he would like a new bike.

    308. kkscarlett says:

      I was 4 years old. My surrogate grandfather decided the training wheels had to go, I started riding with little problems. The broken arm came years later.

    309. Emily says:

      I got a brand new pretty pink bike with training wheels for my fifth birthday. I was always embarrassed because I used training wheels until I was probably 8!! Now I stick to spin class at the gym, but hope my daughter will do better!!

    310. kkscarlett says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook.

    311. Melissa says:

      I was 6.. I LOVED my bike!

    312. Michelle says:

      I have no idea how old I was when I learned to ride a bike….I'm guessing around 6 or 7???

    313. Bethany says:

      When I was 12 I got a pink 10 speed bike for my birthday. My parents somehow got it to my great-grandmas house and I was sure surprised when the brought it out from behind the barn. A great memory :)

    314. Michelle says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6 I think. I remember watching my shadow to make sure that my parents were still holding on to the back of it, which they were not!

    315. Michelle says:

      I follow you on FB.

    316. Melanieplynch says:

      I was 7, and my father taught me how to ride. Every night for a couple of months he would come home from work and we would practice. He would run along side me with his hand on the seat so I wouldn't fall, but I just couldn't seem to get the hang of it on my own. He had to go out of town to a convention for a couple of days, and while he was gone, it suddenly just clicked and I started riding on my own! I still remember waiting for him to pull into the driveway on the day he was due home, full of anticipation of how proud he would be when he saw! I set my bike up so that it looked like I had my training wheels on, but really they were only leaning on either side of it. I got on my bike, started down the driveway, and the training wheels fell to the ground. My Dad was shocked and so happy! I will never forget that moment!

    317. Adriane says:

      I learned to ride without training wheels in a quiet cul-de-sac in Ames, Iowa. I was 5. Once confident that I was doing great, my parents went back inside. I rode and played with friends for what seemed like hours. Then I was heading right for an electrical transformer and totally forgot how to use the brakes. I skinned myself from head to toe. My mom came running out to get me wearing a white dress. i don't think it ever came clean but she didn't hesitate to scoop me up.

    318. kim says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was four.

    319. Sandy565 says:

      I was about 7 years old when I learned to ride a bike!

    320. Kara says:

      I was probably 7-8 when I was able to a 2 wheeler. Me, my brother and 2 other friends all learned at the same time.

    321. kim says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook.

    322. Sandy565 says:

      I follow through daily e-mail feed and Facebook!

    323. Royalviking says:

      I shared on Facebook.

    324. Carrie says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I got my first bike, but I sure do remember learning to ride it! How proud I was to ride down our street by myself without the training wheels!

    325. Waitingforryder says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride, but I do remember that a proper bike should have a basket and streamers :)

    326. i follow on facebook

    327. Mykidzcloset says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned how to ride without training wheels. I do remember my first bike had a banana seat with a tall orange flag. It was so cool!!

    328. I shared to Facebook too

    329. Mykidzcloset says:

      I get daily emails.

    330. bella says:

      I remember being 7 years old when I first learned how to ride a bike and I remember having a purple bike with a white banana seat :)

    331. Allyg24 says:

      i follow on facebook.

    332. I can't remember how old i was when i started riding a bike but i remember get in trouble all the time for my shoes not being tied and getting in my chain.

    333. Lisa says:

      I think I was about 5-6 when I could ride without training wheels. My first bike was a boys bike :) But I was such a tomboy already it didn't matter. I'd much rather have been riding my bike and climbing trees then playing dolls and having tea parties. :)

    334. Leilani says:

      I'm a Google reader subscriber.

    335. Caitlin says:

      Follow u on FB

    336. Kdonelson says:

      I was around 7 years old when I learned to ride.

    337. Mcleodsc says:

      I was 4. My grandpa bought me a bike and added training wheels. I would love to win a bike to give to my grandson.

    338. Susan says:

      I get daily SS emails.

    339. Kdonelson says:

      I follow your blog via google reader.

    340. Susan says:

      I learned to ride a bike without training wheels at about age 7. Now my daughter, who is 7, is asking for a bike for her birthday in January. Hmmm, this would be just perfect!!!

    341. New Mom says:

      I was three when I got my first tricycle.

    342. Nicole says:

      I was 5- my twin sister and I learned on the same day!

    343. nicole says:

      I follow SS on email.

    344. emerson says:

      without training wheels at age 6. I remember this beacuse i lived in tennessee at the time and my brother was just born and i remember it had snowed us in for a day or two and when we finally got to enjoy the snow i got my bike out and had a blast

    345. Crystal says:

      I remember riding around on my banana seat bicycle in the grass when I was around 4 or 5.

    346. Deb says:

      I was in my twenties and married when I learned to ride a bike… maybe twenty-four. Hope my five year old daughter learns before that!

    347. Hael80 says:

      I got my first bike on my 8th birthday which also happened to be Easter! It had white tires. My little brother thought they needed to be black, so he colored them with a black sharpie.

    348. Kelly says:

      I learned how to ride a bike when I was 5! My neighbors on base taught me and my sister how!

    349. Julia says:

      Oh my gosh – I have no idea how old I was! I just remember riding all around town by the time I was in 5th grade.

    350. Rachel says:

      I seriously cannot remember (how scary!) how old I was, but I think around 4th grade… it took a while, but once I learned I was a pro!

    351. Julia says:

      I sent tweet about the giveaway @JulsB20

    352. Amy says:

      I think I was 7 the first time I rode a bike without training wheels. Unfortunately, the ride did not last long and I ended up in the hospital with a dislocated elbow. :-)

    353. Rachel says:

      I follow on fb

    354. Amy says:

      I follow via email

    355. Julia says:

      I like Southern Savers on facebook

    356. TwinJoys says:

      I learned to ride my bike w/o training wheels at the very old age of 8! I was too afraid of falling, I guess. The worst part is that my 5 year old brother is the one who taught me! Fortunately, he doesn't remember so he can't make fun of me about it.

    357. Summer says:

      i think i was 6… or so? :o)

    358. Julia says:

      I subscribe to emails

    359. Amy S says:

      I honesty don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride. I am thinking, though, that I was 6 or 7. This is a great giveaway!!!

    360. Lisa says:

      I learned how when I was about 8. After crashing into a tree on the side of the driveway, I figured it out pretty quick!

    361. Go VOLS! says:

      I think I was 7.

    362. TwinJoys says:

      I follow you on Facebook

    363. Amy S says:

      I follow you on facebook and subscribe to email.

    364. Ibeltran66 says:

      I remember my older sister trying to learn. She was very stubborn and wouldn't let anyone teach her. She was 10 years old, I believe, and I was two years younger. I watched her through my window trying every day. One day I went out and just suggested some tips for her and walked away. she said; Wait can you help me? First time she ever asked for help for anything. So I grabbed her bike and pushed her and she rode her bike for the first time! She was so excited. We never told anyone. :)

    365. Susanne says:

      I'm thinking six!

    366. Susanne says:

      I follow your RSS feed!

    367. melody says:

      I don't remember how old I was, but I do remember my grandfather taught me in the graveyard behind his home :)

    368. TAA says:

      I think I'm too old to remember when I learned to ride a bike – but I still enjoy riding one!

    369. TAA says:

      I follow daily emails.

    370. Jen says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6. It was a purple bike with a banana seat. I would put pieces of cardboard in the spokes attached by a clothespin to make it sound really loud. This was way before bike helmets were worn…

      I would love to win one for my son.

    371. Ashley F says:

      I was 4…my mom was so impressed…I'll never forget the story! :)

    372. Jen says:

      I tweeted about the giveaway.

    373. Jen says:

      I follow SS by getting daily emails.

    374. Ellen Byrd says:

      I was five.

    375. my3sons says:

      Would love to win this for my 6 year old boy!

      I don't really remember how old I was when I learned but I know there were many accidents involved and lost teeth!

    376. my3sons says:

      I also follow on facebook!

    377. casey says:

      I think I was 5.

    378. shannon says:

      I was around 9 and, needless to say, I had many accidents!

    379. casey says:

      i follow on facebook.

    380. Noblinfamily says:

      I was really old like 10 or 11 before I learned to ride…I had a really hard time learnin :)

    381. Noblinfamily says:

      I follow on google reader

    382. Denise says:

      I was about 6 when I learned to ride a bike without trainging wheels. I was so excited and scared at the same time. It was actually my friends dad who taught me since my parents were always working. (I never told my parents that, I didn't want to hurt their feelings)

    383. LindseyG says:

      I was seven when I learned to ride a bike.

    384. rivkah says:

      It's been a long time since I learned to ride a bike, but I'm glad that I did because my family enjoys riding the VA Creeper Trail!

    385. rivkah says:

      I get your email.

    386. ls says:

      Lots of painful accidents, but I did it eventually, I was around 8.

    387. Madamjewel says:

      I follow on facebook and need a girl's bike.

    388. Sharon says:

      The first time I rode a bike I got my pant leg stuck for hours and could'nt leave the bike. I learned quickly despite this shortcoming.

    389. Beccalines says:

      I follow on face book and would love the boy's bike!

    390. Cathy68 says:

      I was about 6 when I learned to ride a bike without training wheels.

    391. Kendra_lue says:

      I follow on Face book :)

    392. the3starr says:

      I was 6 when I learned, my dad started me on the grass then I was ready for the side walk. I follow thru daily email.

    393. Kendra_lue says:

      I remember on year fro Christmas I got a bike and so did my friend. christmas day we took then to the church parking lot and our first time on our bikes we ran into each other. So much for new bikes :)

    394. Elderclan says:

      I subscribed to daily emails to follow SS

    395. BrookeP says:

      I didn't learn to ride without training wheels until I was 8!

    396. melessa patterson says:

      i was between 8 & 9

    397. Jeannie says:

      I believe I was about 6 years old when I learned to ride a bike… we were camping!

    398. Sarah Jones313 says:

      When I was four, and still had training wheels, I turned my bike over on gravels and cut open my knee. My mom wouldn't let me in the house til it was cleaned up! I learned to ride shortly after that.

    399. Sheri says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 12 on my older brother's bike. I would love to get a girl's bike for my youngest daughter.

    400. Sarah Jones313 says:

      I follow on Facebook.

    401. acpack says:

      My dad taught me to ride my bicycle, but not how to use the brakes! Found out the hard way when I went down a hill and into the side of a parked car!

    402. Dbrenton38 says:

      I was probably around 8 years old. Don't really recall

    403. Cherawls says:

      6 years old, got it for christmas

    404. Lauren says:

      My Dad taught me to ride at the school. Unfortunately, they had the chains up to close off the parking lot…I had a fat lip for 2 weeks!

    405. acpack says:

      Shared on facebook.

    406. Lauren says:

      I follow on facebook.

    407. acpack says:

      Following southern savers on facebook and by email. Thanks Jenny!

    408. Rwilson says:

      I was six when I learned, but the story I remember is having my big wheeler and taking it down the neighboring long, long driveway. Totally flipped and skinned both knees!

    409. Rbran says:

      I learned to ride when i was 5. once i learned, my dad took me on the street. he said “okay, when you get to the bottom of the hill….start, then stop”. well…..i started and stopped the whole way down the hill and through the intersection! thats what i thought he meant! thankfully it wasnt a busy street:)

    410. Susan says:

      I get daily e-mails

    411. Bukaeyes says:

      My grandfather taught me how to ride my bike without training wheels :) Great memories!

    412. Chelshataysam says:

      I was about 5 years old when I learned to ride a bicycle and would to win this for my granddaughter.

    413. Donna says:

      I was about 6 when my mom put me on a bike on a small hill in our yard and pushed. I had to learn to ride quickly or fall over to stop because a bigger hill awaited me at the end of the yard. Would love to have this bike for my middle grandson for Christmas.

    414. Bukaeyes says:

      I am a Facebook follower (Betsy Hoff)

    415. Mary says:

      I saved up $20 in my piggy bank and bought my first bike at the hardware store when I was 3 years old.

    416. The4nclanes says:

      A friend told me about Southern Savers a couple of months ago; wow it is sooooo helpful in helping us be good stewards

    417. Danielle M. says:

      I was 5 when I learned how to ride a bike.

    418. Rdts60 says:

      My sister and I saved and bought our 1st bike together. The first time we tried to lift it off the porch, the back fender severed my middle toe. The doctor was able to sew it back on and I still have a V scar on that toe. I was five.

    419. i already follow u on fb

    420. Katie says:

      I was 5 when I learned how to ride

    421. nichole says:

      I learned to ride my bike at six, but my son was five. It was so funny because he has always rode his tricycle, but one day asked his dad to take off his training wheels. My husband did and then he just hoped on the bike and began riding like he'd always known how. My husband called me outside to watch him, and sure enough he never missed a beat. That is until I got the video camera out. He was watching and talking to me and then he drove straight into the grill! But he got right back up and began riding again.

    422. Katie says:

      I subscribe via RSS feed

    423. Banks Ad says:

      I was probably 4 or 5 when I learned to ride with out training wheels.

    424. I was 8 yrs old when I learned how to ride a bike.

    425. shared giveaway on fb

    426. Sue says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike!

    427. Leyly says:

      I was 10 years old when i learned how to ride a bike.

    428. Leyly says:

      I follow you on fb.

    429. Terri says:

      I was five years old when I learned to ride my bike.

    430. I tweeted this on twitter!!!

    431. melanie says:

      I was 6 when I learned.

    432. The4nclanes says:

      I think I was probable 10 or so and had the flu one Christmas. Santa delivered a 10-speed bike for me. I wasn't familiar with brakes being on the handle bars. My parents watched in horror as I jumped on it with all the energy I had left from being ill and rode straight in the woods stopping only by hitting a pine tree!

    433. melanie says:

      Follow you on FB.

    434. Kristi says:

      I think I was aroiund 9. My best friend and her dad taught me how to ride when I was spending the night. They also gave me the bike.

    435. Kristi says:

      I follow on FB.

    436. bryssy says:

      I follow in Google Reader!

    437. Chilibean92 says:

      I was ridnf in Kindergarten as I remember! I had a great bike that had 'saddle bags' which could carry all kinds of fun junk!

    438. Rollinalong59 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was six. It was a hand-me-down from my older sister. It had not been new for her. My Grandpa painted it blue and got a new seat, hand grips with streamers and a horn. I was as proud of my bike as my friends were of their new Schwinn bike. I wish I could still ride a bike, but am hoping to be able to get a handcycle ( I am a paraplegic) so that I can enjoy biking again.

    439. Lee says:

      I am not sure how funny it was then but I remember when I was about 7 years old I was hit in the head with a pogo stick by a kid swinging it around while I was on my bike. My dad caught me before I crashed. I blacked out.

    440. bryssy says:

      2010 Performance Boys Downforce 20″ Coaster Brake Kid's Bike – Shipped 100% Built in Red

    441. bryssy says:

      I was 6.

    442. Lee says:

      I get Daily Email.

    443. Sassysavers2 says:

      Well, this memory is imprinted in my head. I was 6 years old when my parents decided to let me try my bicycle without training wheels. We lived in upstate NY and our house was out in the country up on a hill. We had a dirt driveway, they let me practice up and down the road and I was getting good. They decided that I was good to go on my own. I went to the top of the driveway and got going down the driveway and could not stop. I went down as fast as a could (out of control) of course….right across the road and into the barb-wired fence. It is not a pleasant memory. But, one that I will never forget!

    444. jennifer says:

      I was 5 when i learned how to ride without training wheels

    445. debbie d. says:

      I learned to ride a two wheeler when I was six. It was a great looking red and white girls two wheeler from SEARS.

    446. Cindy G. says:

      I was 8 years old when I got a 26 inch bike for Christmas. My 4 year old brother would ride my bike while I was at school. It was so funny watching him ride the bike. At the time he was glad it was a girl's bike.

    447. Kim Britt says:

      I was five and my bike was red with a rose on the front.

    448. Kelli morris says:

      I was a slow learner- I was between 8-9 before I got the hang of that awesome banana seat bike.

    449. grace says:

      I learned how to ride a bike when I was in college because I wanted to participate in a bike-a-thon and my brother would teach me and the little kids would laugh at me and ask me where I was when people were learning how to ride bikes. Needless to say, I participated in the bike-a-thon and many more after that to raise money mostly for our college.

    450. Amy says:

      I shared this on Facebook!

    451. Amy says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6 or 7!

    452. Amy says:

      I follow you on Facebook!

    453. Ceschliman says:

      I had a bike my brother made me with a banana seat and 3 speeds only changable by the car “gear shift he put in the cross bar! It had long bent handles and was yellow, black and silver. The most vivid memory is when I tried to turn around in the neighbors driveway i turned so hard the handle end went into my tounge and I fell off and had to go to the ER!

    454. Ginger says:

      I was 5 or 6 when I learned to ride without training wheels. I was afraid to let my dad take off the wheels, so my stupid big brother gathered up all the neighborhood kids, and had them ride around me in a circle, taunting, “Ginger can't ride a bi-ike, Ginger can't ride a bi-ike!” It worked, though.

      Would love to win one of these for my son.

    455. Linahartley says:

      I remember I was in kindergarten when I truly learned how to ride a bike

    456. Cspringer9 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 18.

    457. Brooke says:

      I don't remember when I learned how to ride a bike

    458. Brown_dog_us says:

      I would love a girls bike!

    459. Brooke says:

      I have shared this on facebook

    460. Lady Dawg says:

      I was 7 when I got my first 2 wheeler – a used bike that my parents traded a lawnmower for at a yard sale!

    461. Brooke says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook

    462. Nursejek says:

      i think i was around 9 maybe a little younger

    463. Nursejek says:

      i subscribe to your email updates

    464. Nursejek says:

      i am a fan of southern savers on facebook

    465. Nikkipel says:

      My youngest (5yr) just learned to ride this spring and my oldest (8yrs) was the only one who could her out…Great for my back…YEAH!

    466. Nikismith8557 says:

      I didn't start riding a bike until I was about 9 yrs old. But when it snowed my brother would pull me behind the bike with a rope down a hill!! Wasn't very safe but when you live in a small town entertainment is few and far between!!!

    467. Nikismith8557 says:

      i also follow you on facebook!!!!!!!!!!!!

    468. Jnaundorff says:

      i like the not building of bike my grandson just might beleive on santa with this bike thanks

    469. Oliveplants says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 8. All my kids love to ride :) My 7 year old daughter would love this!

    470. Karen says:

      I was around 5 years old when I learned to ride.

    471. Thehaddocks says:

      My 7 year old taught herself to ride her bike without training wheels last year. She spent several days at her cousins' house, watching a cousin her age riding independently. She came home perfectly capable of riding unassisted! She could really use a new bike this year! ;)

    472. Courtney B. says:

      I was 6 when my dad taught me to ride a bike without training wheels

    473. Emily says:

      I think I was 7 or 8 when I learned how to ride a bike.

    474. Absutton says:

      I was 12 years old when I learned how to ride a bike. The next day after learning I went on a bike ride with my older sister and I thought I was cool….well needless to say I ran into a parked car….scratch the car all the way down the left side with my bicycle handled and I broke all 5 of my fingers. I was balling my eyes out and I just knew the owners of the car were going to be mad and I was scared to go tell my parents. My sister knocked on the peoples door (no one was home) we went home told my mom, went to doctors (fingers were all broke) and we went to the ladies house and she was home. My mom made me go up and tell her what happen and of course I was balling my eyes out the lady was so sweet comforting me and said I have been wanting my husband to get ride of this car forever now so I owe you a big thank you. She went into her closet got this big bag out and gave it to me….it had bubbles, jump ropes, outside toys, and a kmart gift card. She said honey I sure hope this makes you feel better. She would not let my parents pay for the damages.

    475. Cabreban says:

      I follow Southern Savers on facebook.

    476. emarsh6711 says:

      I disinctly remeber my 13 birthday I got a brand new 10 speed. I loved that bike.

    477. SB says:

      I was 7 years old; grew up in the country and used to love to ride my bike on the country roads

    478. Pattibb says:

      I was 7, learned also not to leave the bike in the yard. My big sister ran over it

    479. Rachel says:

      I rode my first bike without training wheels when I was seven.

    480. Sanran0116 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5 yrs. old…man could I fly!!!

    481. Jaylene Scott says:

      I was four and rode my bike everywhere.

    482. Jaylene Scott says:

      I follow on facebook.

    483. Christina says:

      Shameful but true. I learned to ride my bike in the 6th grade.

    484. Rachel says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook.

    485. Tara says:

      I can't remember not knowing how to ride! I lived on my bike as a kid…

    486. hallmarc says:

      I follow you on FB. Would love the girls bike for my 8 year old!

    487. Hilaryclancy says:

      My first piggy bank purchase was a pink and blue bike. I was probably 8.

    488. Sanran0116 says:

      I would like a girls bike….so my grand-daughter can learn to ride without training wheels!

    489. Tracey says:

      I can't remember how old I was but know my son would love to have a new big kid bike

    490. ChristyH says:

      We rode bikes so much when I was small, I have no idea when I learned.

    491. Rachel says:

      I would guess I was around 5 or 6 years old, I lived with my grandparents and my papaw is the one that taught me to ride and had many skinned knees after that.

      Also following on facebook. Thanks for all you do for everyone on here.

    492. ChristyH says:

      I also subscribe via email and follow you on facebook.

    493. Leah T. says:

      Six or seven. Not sure if the pavement was ever the same.

    494. Jennifer says:

      I don’t remember for sure. Maybe 6 or 7 years old?
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    495. Kschmitz77 says:

      Following on FB!

    496. Jewel Yoder says:

      I think I would have been around the age of seven.. One of the first times riding I broke a water pipe off :) Don't think Dad was to happy..LOL My son would be delighted w/ a bigger bike:)

    497. Denicsmith says:

      5 years old and still going

    498. Shpica says:

      I was 6 when I learned how to ride my bike in front of our house in the country. We had plenty of straight long roads to ride. I spent hours riding my banana seat bike.

    499. Kschmitz77 says:

      I remember learning to ride without training wheels. My Dad was running along side holding the back of the seat and would let go after I was going for a bit. I would yell, 'Don't let go!” Dad said, “You can do it, just pedal!” Me, “No I can't!” ~CrAsH!~ Me, “See! I told you I couldn't!” Many skinned knees later I conquered it of course. I love “teaching” my kids the same way. My son would love a new bike!

    500. Celestine says:

      I have no idea how old I was…it's been a few decades. I will share though that I must have been an extremely clumsy child. I seemed to always have huge scrapes/scabs on both knees and almost every childhood photo that exposes my knees are proof of this.

    501. Cathy says:

      I think I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike.

    502. Cathy says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook

    503. Brandy says:

      I learned at 5 or 6 years old…I was in kindergarten. I was so thankful that my mom taught me because at the same time my dad was teaching my brother who was a year younger and he put him going down hill! Thinking back the hill seemed gigantic when it reality it was a very slight incline.

    504. Brandy says:

      I am an email subscriber.

    505. Afretz1 says:

      I was 5!

    506. Jenell says:

      6 or 7, not sure

    507. cassia2 says:

      I think I was six when I first learned to ride a bike.

    508. Suemac1 says:

      Best learn to ride a bike experience was helping my brother learn to ride. I let go, he pedaled right down the street and into the neighbor's yard, hit a BIG palm tree and knocked it right over. Kid always has had a hard head lol.

    509. cassia2 says:

      I follow via RSS feed.

    510. Jenell says:

      follow on facebook

    511. robin says:

      I learned to ride a bike in a big cow pasture when I was 7.

    512. robin says:

      I follow you on facebook and have gotten so many great deals from your blog!!

    513. Bridget says:

      I follow on facebook.

    514. Cln13 says:

      I'm a Southern Saver follower on FB

    515. Suemac1 says:

      And I'm following SouthernSavers on Facebook now … kewl.

    516. Bridget says:

      I think I must have been ten years old when I got my first bike. My parents bought my brothers and me bikes after they saw us riding the ones my cousins had gotten for Christmas. I think it had not occurred to them to buy us bikes before then.

    517. Alleedrew says:

      I'm a Southern Saver follower on FB

    518. Couponbubu says:

      I was six and it had a magenta sparkled banana seat and plastic basket with flowers, it was great… makes me smile!

    519. HENDRIXONHARBOR says:

      I think I was about 6 yrs old

    520. Couponbubu says:

      Following southern savers on facebook! Thanks for all you do Jenny!

    521. Mmeberhardt says:

      I was 4 when I learned to ride. I can vividly recall my Dad running behind me and suddenly letting go.

    522. Cheri says:

      My dad taught me to ride a bike when I was 7.

    523. Cheri says:

      I follow SS on Facebook.

    524. Tfitz77 says:

      I can't remember learning to ride a bike. But my little brother, a determined spirit, went out on my bike. It was way too big for him. He fell a zillion times, but got back up every time. I think he taught himself in a few short hours how to ride it, so my folks had to go out and buy one for him too!

    525. Hallfamer says:

      I was around six when I learned to ride a bike. We lived on the perfect street…flat with very little traffic. I just remember the exhilaration of finally getting it and the cheers of my family as I did!

    526. Hallfamer says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook!

    527. Aimeemohler says:

      I can't remember the exact age but I think I was quite young when I learned to ride a bike. Had to keep up with 2 older brothers!!

    528. Elizabeth says:

      I think I was around 6 when I learned to ride my bike.

    529. Amy says:

      My son would love this.

    530. crunchymama says:

      I can't remember how old I was, but it was the typical “don't let go! don't let go!” followed the the adult running beside me discreetly letting go without telling me. heh. I think it was my uncle teaching me in my grandparents yard. Has been SOOOO long ago. =)

    531. maria w. says:

      I was 5 yrs old when my Dad taught me how to ride me bike…great memory!

    532. maria w. says:

      I follow on Facebook.

    533. crunchymama says:

      I follow you on FB and daily emails. Thanks Jenny! Can't say that enough!

    534. Mishel Walker says:

      I follow Souther Savers on FB

    535. Smcowan2 says:

      I can't remember how old I was when I first learned to ride a bike but I do remember falling off quite a bit!

    536. Heather says:

      I can't remember how old I was, but I know I used to ride with no hands and think it was the coolest thing ever!

    537. Susan says:

      I learned to ride my bike(without the training wheels at least) when I was six, in the woods of the forest where my grandparents worked and lived. And I didn't run into any trees!

    538. Chris says:

      I was 4 or 5 and was given my sisters old bike that had been “made new” for me by the adition of some stickers. I was so excited. I remember my Dad holding onto my seat and running me up and down the sidewalk. I remember when he thought I was good enough to try learning to ride on the street pavement (and the ensuing crash and scrapes). I loved that pale yellow bicycle, with it's big fat seat and sparkly stickers.

    539. Denise says:

      I'm already a subscriber of your daily e-mails and I love them!

      Denise

    540. Mishel says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned how to ride a bike. But I remember learning…we lived on a hill so I'd push my bike up the hill, then put the wheels next to the sidewalk..I'd get on and put one foot on the sidewalk and then lift it up and slowly go down the hill and then put my foot down when i was going to fast…

    541. Susan says:

      I was around 6 when I learned to ride a bike. Being an only child, I would ride for hours by myself. I can remember always keeping 2 skinned knees all the time…lots of falls!

    542. Lynne says:

      I was 4-5

    543. Daphne says:

      I was 6..and skinned up my whole side of my face. Had a scab that would bust every time I was in the sun…UGH!

    544. Bethpurvee says:

      I was 6 years old when I learned to ride a 2 wheel bike.

    545. Chris says:

      I remember I learned to ride a bicycle the day we were moving away to Florida. It was my neighbors bike and I never got my own bike for a long time afterwards.

    546. Bethpurvee says:

      I follow on facebook

    547. Janiesommers says:

      I dont remember how old i was but i remember lots of bruises :)

    548. Janiesommers says:

      I tweeted

    549. Chris says:

      Love ny ss e-mails

    550. Jennifer says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike…good times : )

    551. Jennifer says:

      I subscribe to your emails :D

    552. Barrie says:

      i LEARNED TO RIDE A BIKE WHEN i WAS 5 IN A VERY HILLY NEIGHBORHOOD!!!

    553. Jmmc131 says:

      I can't remember how old I was but I would say around 5 since my first bike was shared with two older sisters.

    554. Barrie says:

      I subscribe to your email.

    555. Jmmc131 says:

      I follow SS on facebook.

    556. Debbie says:

      I learned how to ride a bike when I was in first grade….and it was one of those adult bikes :-) I didn't get my own bike til a year later.

    557. mvl says:

      i don't remember how old i was… but i have a scar the size of a quarter on the top of my ankle (from the curb) as evidence that i wasn't very good!

    558. subru says:

      I was six. We used to ride barefoot back then. I'd get my feet caught in the spokes somehow and I twisted my ankle 3 times that summer. Needless to day, my daughter will be wearing full body armor.

    559. Amyreese2010 says:

      I was 5 when when i learned to ride a bike. great memories

    560. Melissa says:

      I learned when I was 6.

    561. Sherry says:

      I was around 6 yrs. old and it was the prettiest red bike I ever saw from Santa.

    562. Melissa says:

      I follow SS on FB.

    563. Ginaod2000 says:

      I was 8 Years old when I learned to ride a bike :0)

    564. Mandy says:

      I was definatly older, maybe like 6 or 7. I can remember I just wouldnt do it, my mom gave up on me and went to teach my brother who is almost 3 yrs younger then me. He got it before I did! (He was a dare devil….lol at least thats what i tell myself for why he got it before me).

    565. Ginaod2000 says:

      I follow you on Facebook!

    566. amy says:

      I remember learning right before I started kindergarten, so I could ride my bike to school.

    567. Tanya117 says:

      I don't remember having a bike when I was younger, but I do have a funny story. My 3 year old daughter just got a new 16″ bike for her birthday in August that she LOVES to ride. My 6 year old daughter has a 12″ or 14″ bike that is too small for her. She said, “No baby sister of mine is going to have a bigger bike than me.” I would love to win a bike like this for her.

    568. Justinsmommu says:

      That was so long ago, I'm not sure I remember :). I probably was either 5 or 6. I remember learning with training wheels.

    569. Angie says:

      I was five. I still ride a bike today, and it's one of my favorite activities. Would love a girls bike.

    570. Mandy says:

      My neighbor taught me how to ride a bike when I was six. He also taught me how to swim. I would love a bike that would take the abuse of three little boys.

    571. Kmleopold says:

      I was 5. We lived on a gravel road with no pavement, just rocks, and my dad wouldn't get me training wheels. On that gravel though, I only fell twice! :-)

    572. Kmleopold says:

      I subscribe to the daily emails!

    573. Hokieez says:

      I never learned!!! But I would SO love one of those for my son!

    574. Brandyk says:

      i like the 2010 Performance Girls Piper 20? Coaster Brake Kid’s Bike – Shipped 100% Built!!! cute colors, already built, perfect!

      • Brandyk says:

        wrong comment! i was probably around 8 when i learned how to ride a 2 wheel bike.

    575. Angel says:

      I was five!

    576. Emily says:

      My older sister taught me how to ride my bike. It was the most freedom I felt as a child. Can't wait for daughter to learn soon!!

    577. Stacy says:

      I was 5 when I learned how to ride. I can't wait to teach my daughter soon.

    578. Modmia says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike. Since we lived on a dirt and gravel road, I learned quickly to stay up rather than falling onto the loose, hard gravel.

    579. jlperkinson says:

      I learned to ride when I was 6!! I was determined to ride before my brother, and I did :)

    580. Linda Hydrick says:

      I love my daily Southern Saver emails and know my son would love a new bike! And not having to put it together would be AWESOME!

    581. Bblepb says:

      When I was a child I fell to a creek trying to learn to ride a bike. That was for the last time. But my daughter is 7 now a rides a bike perfectly!

    582. Bblepb says:

      I get your e-mails.

    583. Shawnfullcircle says:

      I was 5 y/o when I first learned to ride a bike.

    584. Crissyk says:

      oh wow, it was so long ago but I was a little older maybe 7

    585. Laura says:

      I was 5 – in an alley in Texas!

    586. Rerdmann2 says:

      I remember trying my hand at a ten speed bike. I was about nine years old. I tried to stop and forgot that the brakes were on the handlebars. I hit a wall and flipped over on top of the wall. I had a few bruises. But I remember from then on to be aware of where the brakes were. It was pretty funny.

    587. HANNAH050603 says:

      i used to ride my bike up to a pine tree and pretend it was a store. The pine needles were money.

    588. Laura says:

      I get the emails!

    589. HANNAH050603 says:

      i follow on facebook

    590. Rerdmann2 says:

      I am an email subscriber.

    591. crafterqueen73 says:

      I learned to ride a “real” bicycle when I was about 7 years old. Until then, I shared a tricycle with my brother and I remember riding it and riding him around the basement on it until he learned to ride it himself. My daughter is now 7 and has just learned to ride a bike wothout training wheels. I would LOVE to give her a BIG GIRL bike this year!

    592. wendy says:

      I was around 7 when I learned how to ride the big bike without training wheels.

    593. wendy says:

      I follow on facebook

    594. Noelle says:

      I don't remember when I learned to ride a bike, bit I do remember being caught in a sand storm as a child and trying to ride my bike to get back home. I ended up pushing the bike home. Sand in the eye is very painful.

    595. Noelle says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook.

    596. Alissa says:

      i was 4 years old

    597. Kelly Shugart says:

      I was 5

    598. Kmiller_icc says:

      I was 5 years old when I learned to ride a 2-wheeler. Then about 30 when I relearned. :)

    599. Alissa says:

      i follow on fb

    600. Kelly Shugart says:

      fb follower

    601. Georgia Girl says:

      I was five and learned at almost six to ride my first bicycle! Boy! I had a blast running into every ditch and hitting every bump in the road!

    602. Marinemom5302 says:

      I don't remembe how old I was but I always loved riding a bike. I would love for my granddaughter to win a bike.

    603. kaseyshadow says:

      I can't remember learning. I had a Fonzie bike that I learned on.

    604. Elle Tyler says:

      I learned when I was 6, at least without training wheels, with my brand new blue bike with the basket on front I got for Christmas. I got going fine, with a little help from my Dad, and took off around the block (we lived in a very rural area where that was less of a nutty thing to do than it sounds). I tried out turning, slowing down with the “back pedal” break, etc. I did great! I was feeling so big! Right up until I got back to the garage, and realized I didn't know how to get off this thing. I ran it straight into my Dad's workbench. Luckily, both me and the bike were fine.

      I really need a boys bike for my son right now, so winning would be great! I'm also following on facebook . . . .

    605. Jennifer says:

      I was pretty young – I think 3 or 4. I have an older sister and HAD to learn how to ride when she did because I wanted to be just like her! :)

    606. Jennifer says:

      I follow you on fb

    607. Melissa M says:

      I was 5 or 6 when I learned how to ride a bike. I have scars on my knees from scabs over scabs over scabs. …..persistence……

    608. Melissa M says:

      I shared and I follow

    609. Elaine says:

      I don't even remember when I learned to ride my bike, but I definitely made good use of it throughout my childhood – riding to school, riding on the city trails through the river valley. Loved it!

    610. Elaine says:

      I follow Southern Savers in a feed reader.

    611. Jhftc says:

      still don't know how!

    612. elizam says:

      I was 6 or 7 and scared to death!

    613. Candy says:

      I follow Southern Savers on facebook!

    614. Linda says:

      Probably 5 or 6.

    615. Griffingirl69 says:

      I was 6 when I got my first bike a purple one w/pretty flowers:) I loved that bike & learned to ride it win a few days.

    616. A_shrader says:

      I learned to ride my bike when I was 6 and I used it constantly! Loved it! Now my oldest is riding hers everywhere, and my son is at the age he is ready to learn! We would love to surprize him with this!

    617. A_shrader says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook! I would be so lost without Southern Savers!!!

    618. Kathy says:

      I am a email subscriber.

    619. Teresa says:

      My son at age 4 decided he was ready to have the training wheels off his bike. It was a nice day outside and I was reading a book while he was playing. He asked me to take the wheels off, but I told him he would have to wait for dad. I continued to read my book and 5 minutes later he had found the tool he needed and had proceeded to remove the training wheels himself. He hoped on the bike and after just a couple of tries he was riding without any problem. I would like the boys bike for a family in need that our church is sponsoring.

    620. Jen says:

      I learned how to ride pretty young, 3 or 4. I still remember sailing out of the driveway! What a feeling!

    621. we4walls says:

      I learned in the parking lot of a bank because it was flat. I hadn't quite learned how to use the brakes though and ran right into the side of the bank!

    622. we4walls says:

      I follow you on Facebook

    623. anne says:

      My little girl outgrew her bike this summer. This would be a great replacement

    624. Afileman says:

      girls bike wanted asap

    625. Erin says:

      I was about five or six when I learned to ride a bike. Unfortunately, I was about nine or ten when I got a ten speed, which was too big for me, and my elbows and knees show the scars!

    626. Rudydoescakes says:

      My daughter would love a new bike! I learned at eight, I know a little late:(

    627. Mom to Z&M says:

      Not sure what happened to my post as I think I was one of the first to post. But I was 5 or 6 and living in CO. My grandfather and mother taught me. I also posted to FB

    628. Staylor682 says:

      I would love to see my nephaw on a new bicycle for christmas.

    629. Nwoleslagle says:

      I think I was 7 when I learned to ride.

    630. Acalame says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was about 5!

    631. SSheila says:

      Oh My! This giveaway is AWESOME!!! I think I was about 6 when I learned how to ride a bike! I'd have to ask my parents, but we were really poor, so they probably got not a 2nd hand bicycle, but a 3rd or 4th! haha! It was blue with flowers and had a big banana seat! Wouldn't it be awesome if we all still had our bikes that we learned to ride on! I can't wait to teach my son how to ride a bike :)

    632. Nwoleslagle says:

      I follow on email.

    633. Megturner07 says:

      I was 6 – I think. I have a very fond memory of getting my first bike for Christmas:)

    634. Beth says:

      I think I was about 7 when I learned to ride a bike.

    635. nina21007 says:

      I was 6 when I took off my training wheels and was going down a hill…let's just say I never went down that hill again. Haha

    636. Tpuscher says:

      7 or 8. a very long time ago

    637. Lindsay says:

      I think I was 5, I would ride my bike all day long!

    638. Kim J. says:

      Wow! What a great bike! I know someone who would love it.

      I learned to ride when I was 5 or 6. We lived on a steep hill so I learned control quickly, although there were a few crashes into the honeysuckle bushes at the bottom of the hill.

    639. Heather says:

      I was 5 years old the first time I got on a bike. I was scared to ride becasue a metal pole in the neighbors yard. I got on the bike and ran straight into the pole and fell down!

    640. Donna says:

      I learned how to ride my bike when I was five years old. We lived in Portugal, Spain and had only a sidewalk in our yard. My brother would hold the back on the banana seat and push me down the sidewalk. No training wheels back then. Thanks brother for teaching me how to ride my bike.

    641. Ncarolinagirl762 says:

      Every child needs a bike to make memories. I can't remember when I learned to ride but I was young.

    642. mikesnana says:

      I was 6 when I started riding and still riding to this day and I'm 49!! Roll ON~

    643. Jhflora654 says:

      I follow on Facebook and RSS feed.

    644. Katrina says:

      I think I was 5 …..

    645. Nichols_again says:

      I was about 6 or 7 when I learned to ride…and I just purchased a cruiser with a baby seat attached for 40 dollars at a flea market…LOVE IT

    646. Suzanne says:

      I was probably 4 or 5 when I learned to ride. My dad would run around the yard holding on to the seat of the bicycle while we were petaling away until we learned to balance.

    647. Court says:

      i am a southern savers facebook follower!! Love it!

    648. Court says:

      I think I was about six years old when I learned to ride by myself…my dad taught me. :)

    649. Nichols_again says:

      I follow on facebook and twitter now…woohoo

    650. Jaggreer says:

      Everyone remembers the thrill of finally gaining that wobbly balance and weaving down the street solo for the first time.

    651. Saveqs says:

      My mom taught me I was 8, and clearly remember it.

      I always follow you on Facebook

    652. Susan says:

      I learned to ride when I was 6.

    653. Suzanne says:

      I follow Southern Savers all the way around and love it!

    654. KQuinn says:

      I think I was five…I know it was on a purple bike….I loved that bike….

    655. Andrea says:

      I learned to ride at about age 7. I was so excited about playing with the big kids that I momentarily forgot that I didn't know how, and I just hopped on the bike and started going!

    656. Christy says:

      I taught my little sister to ride her bike and I don't think I did a very good job. We were out practicing and she started riding well way ahead of me. Then she forgot to stear and ran into a huge pile of branches on the side of the road. She cried all the way home and I felt terrible.

    657. Jaam says:

      i learned to ride at age four.

      once, i had the grand idea of trying a skateboard to my bike with a jump rope. i placed my younger sisters on the skateboard and went flying down the steepest hill in our neighborhood.

      um, it DID NOT end well…

    658. Grietatkins says:

      I think I was seven when I learned to ride a bike. I learned in the basement! My first bike was from the jocket lot and had a banana seat.

    659. Grietatkins says:

      I follow southernsavers on Facebook! Pick me…. pick me… pick me!!!

    660. Ledlab says:

      I learned to ride my bike when i was 4. My dad taught me.

    661. Chad Malinda says:

      well i was a tomboy so i learned how to ride a 4 wheeler first at 3 yrs.old and a bike when i was 4 i loved those days with my dad

    662. EllenEadams14 says:

      For my10th birthday, I got a 10-speed bike. I was riding it and looking down at my feet pedal as I changed gears. I ran right into a parked car! My front tire was shaped like an egg. I was pushing the bike home, holding up the front wheel, thinking about how much trouble I was in (and pain!) and along came my dad. Uh oh! He got out of his car, put my bike in the trunk and drove me home, without saying a word. The next day, a new bike, exactly like the one I wrecked, was in the carport. :)

    663. llllll says:

      Without training wheels I think I was in 5th grade. Yikes!

    664. Mrspurplepeopleeater says:

      I was about 7 when I learned to ride the bike, I was really scared to do it without the training wheels!

    665. Angelkyliesmommy says:

      I was 6- the summer before first grade- and I got the bike riding part down pat, but when it came to braking, well not so much- Our driveway was a little hill, and there were trees at the end, across a little road. My dad gave me a push, I panicked at the end of the ride, so I reached out and grabbed the tree because i couldn't brake… and the bike went flying, and I scraped up my arms and face from spinning around the tree…

    666. Sands143 says:

      I was four years old when I learned to ride. I never had training wheels. One time I was swerving from side to side while riding and I went splat. Skinned up my knew really bad. :)

    667. Mrspurplepeopleeater says:

      I tweeted :)

    668. Mrspurplepeopleeater says:

      I subscribe to your emails!

    669. Justpeachy611 says:

      I follow you on FB!

    670. Alissad16 says:

      I was 7 years old when I rode my first bike

    671. karen raby says:

      I learned to ride my brother's old bike when I was about 5 years old. It was a very heavy bike from the mid 1950's. I was excited at about 10 years old when I got a pretty blue girl's bike for my birthday.

    672. Jarennave says:

      I was 5!

    673. Rebekah says:

      I was 6 when I learned using our downward sloped driveway and a chain link fence that ran along the drive…

    674. Rebekah says:

      I follow you on FB

    675. Justpeachy611 says:

      I am not sure how old I was! This will definitely be a reason to call my mom and dad and strike up a conversation!

    676. Cindy1red says:

      I think I was 6 but I never had training wheels and I pushed off using a brick because the bike was way too big.

    677. sarah says:

      Iwas 6 years old when I learned how to ride a bike.

    678. Beth says:

      I think I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike…with my dad running next to me the whole way!

    679. Amber says:

      I was about 7 and had a hand-me-down purple bike with a white banana seat.

    680. Agnieszka K says:

      i get the emails:)

    681. Beth says:

      I follow Southern Savers though Daily E-mails.

    682. Bbrown3093 says:

      I was about 7

    683. sunset says:

      I was about 6 years old!

    684. JR says:

      I was 6 and I was wearing a dress! I have the picture to prove it!

    685. Lakebound1 says:

      I was 4 when I learned to ride a bike

    686. Agnieszka K says:

      i follow on fb too :)

    687. Taylor says:

      Haha, when I was learning to ride a bike I would slam on the brakes & have my mom run into me, just to watch her fall! It's gonna be so fun teaching my son to ride a bike! I also follow you on Facebook!

    688. Ana Maria S. says:

      I never learned how to ride a bike but I am wanting my kids to learn (6, 5, & 2). My hubs will have to teach them.

    689. Sarah says:

      Fan on Facebook!

    690. Sarah says:

      I was 5 when I learned how to ride a bike!

    691. frances says:

      It must've been before I started school. Apparently I learned to bike before I mastered the difference between my Left and my Right. That's all I'm saying…

    692. boeck says:

      I was 5 or 6 and remember my dad chasing along behind me helping me along.

    693. Christy says:

      I was about five when I learned to ride a bike.

    694. lgd says:

      I follow Southern Savers and would love a bike for either my 5 year old son or my 8 year old daughter!!

    695. Erin says:

      I follow on Facebook and reader. :)

    696. Jenstewart says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride a bike…..mostly because I was the fourth in a family with 4 kids so I learned everything late.

    697. jennifer_h says:

      i think i was about 6 when i learned to ride a bike…

    698. Crstevens05 says:

      6 or 7…my grandpa taught me

    699. Carianne_brown says:

      I was 7 when I finally learned to ride a bike! When I was 13, I flew over my handle bars and landed on my face in front of the boy I had a crush on. Only my pride was hurt!

    700. jennifer_h says:

      i follow via feed reader!

    701. Erin says:

      I don't remember exactly how old I was, but I think I was around 5. I remember getting injured in the process. It was worth the effort and pain. :)

    702. Carianne_brown says:

      following on facebook

    703. Dina says:

      I learned to ride my first bike around age 4. My dad brought me a brand new bike and attached the training wheels. Then he tried to show me how to ride it. I took one little ride and said, “take off those training wheels please” I remember riding my bike all the time when I was a kid. What fun!

    704. Tracy says:

      I was young when I learned to ride a bike. I remember clearly my dad saying, “I won't let go.” Of course, he let go.

    705. Mckee_carrie says:

      I was five.

    706. Jmholley says:

      I learned when I was 5 yers old , on a banana seat bike with a basket and streamers on the handle bars, I have a picture of my daddy teaching me! great memories

    707. Jmholley says:

      i follow on facebook!

    708. Nursedeborah says:

      I was five.

    709. Oakridgesnap says:

      i learned how to ride when i was 5 yrs old!

    710. Angicarter92 says:

      I don't remember my age but I do remember it like it was yesterday. My daddy had taken my training wheels off and was walking fast behind me with me on my bike, and giving me my “push off”. Ha, and away I went! =)

    711. mommydub says:

      I think I was four when I learned to ride.

    712. Emily Davis says:

      I am not sure how old I was, but I think I was 5 or 6. I remember the cute basket on the front of my bike, and being excited to ride without training wheels!!

    713. AngelaDH says:

      I follow you via Twitter, Facebook and receive a daily email. :)

    714. Jkbon says:

      I remember my dad pushing me and running behind and then he let go but didn't tell me and I was so excited when I realized. I've enjoyed passing on the same experience to my kids.

    715. Stacie says:

      I don't remember my age but I remember riding my bike as a very young child. I rode it all the place. I loved my bike.

    716. Sue says:

      I remember it just like it was yesterday….and am reminded of it daily….thanks to the scar left behind! My brother was teaching me on his banana seat bike when I was 5. We were doing pretty well until he realized that he had not told me about “hand brakes”!! OUCH!!!

    717. AngelaDH says:

      My Uncle bought me a HUGE bike for my 4th Christmas and was so proud of himself. It took me a few years to grow into. I remember riding up and down my grandparents' street that Christmas morning (with training wheels and a very watchful Daddy).

    718. Stacie says:

      I am a fb fan and follow via email.

    719. Jamieandkatie says:

      I was 5 or 6 when I learned to ride a bike.

    720. Rossi1025 says:

      i learned to ride when i was 5… fell, scraped, and got back on !

    721. Robin says:

      I think I was about 5 years old. I rode bikes very often as a child. I never had a new bike as I was the youngest of 4 kids. One time I thought I would run away and tied a plastic basket onto my bike with few things in it. I don't think I got out of our neighborhood which was a good thing.

    722. Amanda says:

      I was around five or six and i loved my purple bike with the bananna seat!!!! Follow on facebook!!!

    723. Lhaley44 says:

      I was four years old when my dad first shoved me on a bike with no training wheels! I guess it worked because for years after my butt was glued to that bicycle seat and I rode it all over town.

    724. Rossi1025 says:

      i love following SS on facebook

    725. Anna says:

      I had to be about 5 or 6 when I learned to ride my bike and I've loved it ever since!

    726. Jessie says:

      I don't remember how old I was. One year for my birthday (12 I think) I got a 10 speed and it was soooo cool. The funny part of the story is that my mom put it in my room so I would see it when I got home from my dad's. I walked in my room, dropped my bag, and went to the livingroom. I didn't even see it until my mom asked me if I noticed anything and had to go back. Teenagers….

    727. Samantha says:

      Some of my best childhood memories were spent on a bicycle! I remember my friend down the road picking me up and I would stand on the pegs on the way to our other friends house! Ha! Gosh, whatever happened to bikes with pegs? Am I that old? lol

    728. Brenda says:

      I learned when I was around 7

    729. Anna says:

      I am a follower of southern savers on FB.

    730. Brenda says:

      Shared on facebook!

    731. Brenda says:

      I follow on facebook!

    732. Loyal2disney says:

      I think I was around 7 or so when I first learned to ride my bike! I loved summers riding my bike all around our neighborhood!

    733. Clairebeautiful says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was about 7, and I'm STILL riding!

    734. graves16 says:

      I was six and had to learn on my brother's bike that was much too big for me.

    735. Loyal2disney says:

      Follow you on FB!

    736. Clairebeautiful says:

      I also follow on Facebook.

    737. Susan says:

      5 or 6, it's amazing what a bike ride can do!

    738. Samloric22000 says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook.

    739. R. Anderson says:

      I was 6 and my dad get me up early and taking me out to practice. He would hold on to my bike and run behind it. I was terrified and would tell him over and over, “Don't let go!” He assured me over and over that he wouldn't. One morning as we were zipping along together I told him, “Don't let go!” and responded, “I already did!” I was riding my bike by myself and didn't even know that. I'm so grateful for the steady hands of a father and his sacrifice to teach me.

      I'd sure love the new bike for my son!

    740. R. Anderson says:

      I also follow you on Facebook.

    741. Chiefsangeleyes says:

      I learned to ride at 8..my girls ages 6 and 7 are learning to ride now…and we need another bike! This would be such a blessing

    742. Samloric22000 says:

      I was 6 years old when I finally realized I could ride a bike without training wheels. My Dad removed them and didn't tell me and I didn't realize it until I was already pedaling down the street. Boy was I surprised and very happy.

    743. Laura says:

      I think I was around 5 when I learned to ride a bike.

    744. Chiefsangeleyes says:

      I love FB edition of southernsavers! It's a quick easy way to scan SS while I chat with friends at the end of a long day

    745. Stephaniecouncill says:

      i guess i was in 1st grade or so when i learned to ride??? i feel like i've always known!

    746. Laura says:

      I follow via reeder.

    747. Hillskd says:

      I was five.

    748. Stephaniecouncill says:

      i tweeted :)

    749. Hillskd says:

      Feed reader follower.

    750. Kermit11 says:

      I learned to ride a bike around the age of 6 when my brother decided the quickest way to learn was to push me down a hill! He did not have the patient to teach me and just took the easiest way out. The hill let me tell you was no joke, when it ices here in GA we used to slide down this specfic hill in bowls.

    751. Hillskd says:

      Email subscriber.

    752. Stephaniecouncill says:

      put it out on fb, too!

    753. Stephaniecouncill says:

      and i get your daily email! :)

    754. Kermit11 says:

      Shared on facebook

    755. Beebegun says:

      If at first you don't succeed, try, try again! My daughter and I just were discussing that motto in regards to learning to ride her bike.

    756. Kermit11 says:

      follower on facebook

    757. Mhattri says:

      I was around 6 and I fell off and loved every minute of it.

    758. Smilie381 says:

      I was around 5!

    759. tiffany says:

      i was 5 when i learned to ride a bike.

    760. tiffany says:

      i follow on fb.

    761. Mcpw5 says:

      I follow southern saver on facebook

    762. Holly says:

      I believe I was six years old

    763. Linda G. says:

      Very cute bike! This would make a wonderful Christmas gift for my niece's little girl! I would love to win this for her.

    764. Holly says:

      I follow SS on FB and daily email!

    765. Kellythompson58 says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride a bike.

    766. Shufengogo says:

      When I was 10 years old.

    767. Jen B. says:

      I was 7 or 8 when I learned how to ride a bike. Thanks! Jen B.

    768. Lyswhite8 says:

      Very cute bike. This would be a great gift for my 8 year old daughter.

    769. Akurtyka says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride a bike. But my husband is a bicycle fanatic, and made sure both of our boys could ride bikes very well by the time they were 3 at the oldest. No training wheels – no way. :) He insists every kid must be able to ride a bike. I'm glad he did it because it's great having kids so comfortable on their bikes as they get older. I'd so love to win this because my hubby also insists on getting the “good” bikes; no Walmart/Huffy or any other comparable bikes like that allowed. And they “good” bikes are SO expensive. My youngest son needs the next size up bike so badly, but it's so expensive we still can't get it yet.

    770. Melinda says:

      I'm getting to old to remember. I think I was 5 but not sure.

    771. Allison Hetzel says:

      I was seven when I learned. I still remember learning on my grandmother's bike in her backyard as she pushed me down a hill. Lots of tumbles, but a great memory…

    772. Melinda says:

      I follow Southern Savers on facebook and email news feed

    773. Shanvickery says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride…a yellow Schwinn with a banana seat and streamers on the handlebars. I remember my mom running beside me, holding me up. One time she let go and I crashed, skinning up my knee pretty badly. Took a while before I got on the bike again.

    774. Julie says:

      I follow via the daily email. :)

    775. Annaforcoupons says:

      I started riding a bike w/out training wheels around 6…. and not too long after that I flipped over the handle bars and got one nasty scar on my chin… about a year ago a rock actually surfaced in that scar from 15 years ago!!!

    776. kori says:

      mom says i learned to ride to ride without training wheels when i was 3! would love to get the boys bike!

    777. kori says:

      facebook follower!

    778. jean says:

      8 yrs old

    779. Brooke B says:

      I follow on FB

    780. Scooterandjack says:

      I have a 6 year old granddaughter who will love to have one these bikes for riding with her friends. She needs to upgrade to the next size this summer. Great offers!!

    781. Flutterbye97 says:

      I'm not sure how old I was but it was very funny to watch my 6'3″ tall husband trying to teach my 4 year old to ride his bike without training wheels. He flipped off it backwards – got it on video too!

    782. Brooke B says:

      I was about 5 when I learned to ride a bike

    783. ciccolellajones says:

      Well, I had an overprotective father and we were not allowed to ride bikes for fear we would get killed. So I sneaked and rode a big kids 10 speed when I was about 8 and low and behold I fell off and chipped my front tooth. Being the youngest of 11 children we did not have dental insurance so my older brother was kind enough to pay for the dentist so I did not have to tell “daddy”. Wheww, thanks Buddy. It could have been alot worse if dad would have found out.

    784. Kelly says:

      I don't remember when I learned but I remember riding to the park and then to get an ice cream with my Dad a lot.
      Kelly AT rfdcorp DOT com

    785. Tracey says:

      I was 6 or 7 years old before I learned to ride without training wheels. Thanks for the giveaway!

    786. Julie says:

      Hmm, probably 4. I don't really remember not being able to.

    787. Lwa99fleur says:

      Don't remember my age put I remember dad letting go of the seat and peddling on my own as he cheered

    788. jamie says:

      I was about 7 when I finally learned to ride a bike with no training wheels.

    789. Couponcrazy85 says:

      I always thought it was pretty cool that I taught my sister how to ride bike by the time she was 3 :)

    790. Buffybmom says:

      I remember my Pink Daisy Bike, my first, and my Dad taught me how to ride in the front yard.

    791. Couponcrazy85 says:

      I follow on facebook

    792. Lara W. says:

      I was 6 years old when I learned to ride a bike. My Mom took me to the top of the hill where we lived, to an old church parking lot. I drove around and around the church until I got it right. Then I was able to ride down the big hill back home. Great memories!

    793. Kristin S. says:

      I was around 11 years old when I learned to ride a bike. I'm not sure why, other than my Mom was probably being overly protective. My girls are definitely not waiting that long to learn.

    794. Lara W. says:

      Facebook follower too!

    795. Kristin S. says:

      I'm a follower on facebook. =)

    796. Wcushelley says:

      I was 12. I never did want to take my feet off the ground.

    797. Kelley D says:

      My dad sent me down a grassy hill in our front yard.. do not remember how old. I fell over on a big rock and got a really big bruise on my leg. At least that is how I remember it. Love Performance Bikes… we are a cycling family!!!

    798. Tenekahughey says:

      I was around 7 when I learned to ride a bike with no training wheels, mostly because I was pressured as the only girl on a street full of boys! I currently need to get my son a bike for Christmas, but the economy (or my budget) won't allow, so I would really love to get this giveaway..and I wouldn't have to assemble!

    799. Nikkers says:

      I was 6. I remember I had a pink bike with a banana seat. I loved riding that bike all summer long. Great memories.

    800. Cjjohnson0 says:

      Remember desperately wanting the Sea Princess pink bike and endlessly begging my dad to go out and buy it… I must have been convincing… I got it that day!

    801. Cjjohnson0 says:

      I follow Southern Savers on facebook!

    802. Tpham_23 says:

      I remember riding matching bikes with with my little sister :)

    803. Nez says:

      I was 6 years old when I learned to ride, as I was embarrassed that my 5 year old friend could ride and I couldn't.

    804. Happynanab says:

      I had a very old bike, but was so excited to learn that my dad had let go of the bike and I was now on my own. Of course, it was short lived…ended up on the ground. But never stopped after that! Would love this bike for my grandson!

    805. warner says:

      Following on facebook

    806. Goldilocks 007 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5 years old, then later on I taught my baby sister to ride.

    807. Rhonda says:

      I was about 5 I think. My sister and I complain about our little brother “stealing” our bikes when we were learning to ride. Obviously he was much more well balanced than we were.

    808. warner says:

      I was probably about 7 or 8…and honestly, I don't know how long it's been since I've ridden a bike. But it's like they say, it would probably come back – just like riding a bicycle.

    809. mel says:

      I am not sure how old I was, but my in laws claim my husband was riding a bike w/no training wheels at 2 1/2!

    810. mel says:

      I tweeted @mgloyd!

    811. Jamie says:

      I dont remember how old. My 4 year old son just learned to ride his and hit the mailbox. I was videoing and should probably send to America's Funniest videos.

    812. mel says:

      I follow you on FB & get your emails. Thanks!

    813. Jamie says:

      I follow by email.

    814. Amandaburroughs2004 says:

      I don't really remember how old I was but I do remember my brothers and I always got a new bike for Christmas.

    815. Loranna says:

      I was about 6–we had a great red banana seat bike with a handle on the back (I have it now!), no training wheels, dad would just hold the back of the bike and then let go once we seemed balanced enough. Fun memories!

    816. Sheenabsb says:

      I was 5 yrs. old and I will never forget because i fell in our gravel driveway and a gravel went under the skin in the palm of my hand and had to be dug out !!!!

    817. Mmbrush08 says:

      I was 8, I think! Kinda late…..I'd love to win this for our daughter~she want a new bike for Christmas and I just don't know if its gonna happen……

    818. Amy f says:

      about 6 I think. love that this bike is already assembled!

    819. Amy f says:

      I'm an email subscriber

    820. AliZ says:

      Don't remember exact age but I totally remember the feeling of freedom when my uncle let go of the back of my bike and I took off. Ahhh, the memory!

    821. Janet W. says:

      I think I was about 5 years old!

    822. matt says:

      i was 5

    823. matt says:

      following on facebook

    824. Katie says:

      I was 7 when I learned how to ride. I can't wait to teach my son!

    825. cher says:

      I learned when i was 4 years old!

    826. Janet W. says:

      Shared the giveaway on facebook!

    827. Katie says:

      I'm a follower on Facebook.

    828. Janet W. says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook

    829. cher says:

      i am your facebook fan

    830. cher says:

      i subscribe to your emails!

    831. Diana says:

      I think I was about 5 years old when I learned to ride my big girl bike :)

    832. Diana says:

      I follow on Facebook!

    833. Charstar03 says:

      i follow you on facebook

    834. April says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride!!

    835. Charstar03 says:

      my son is 5 and learned to ride his bike this summer, it was so fun to see that accomplishment on his face

    836. Charstar03 says:

      i follow you on facebook

    837. Susan says:

      I get daily email

    838. DK says:

      I was 5 years old

    839. Susan says:

      I was 6 when I could ride without training wheels.

    840. Brooke says:

      I follow on Facebook

    841. Dukesinthewoods says:

      I was probably 5 or 6 when I learned to ride. It was my favorite thing to do as a kid!

    842. Bmwrmartin says:

      I learned to ride a bike at 6 years old and 6 months later promptly hit a bump in the sidewalk and went flying over the handlebars to land face first on the pavement. Had to go to the ER with what we thought was a broken nose. Wasn't but to this day if I get hit on the bridge of my nose, I almost pass out.

      I have a beautiful red haired boy who is 7 and would love a new bike!

    843. Sarah says:

      I follow you on facebook.

    844. Brooke says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride without training wheels. I didn't want to learn, but my dad took the training wheels off and said if I want to ride that I would have to learn.

    845. Dukesinthewoods says:

      I follow you on FB.

    846. Sundi says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I first learned, but I do remember that my bike had the words “Desert Rose” on her, and so I assumed that was her name. So I would say stuff like, “Can I go out and ride Desert Rose?” My friends must have thought I was nuts!

    847. Sundi says:

      I follow you on FB, RSS, and email!

    848. Diane says:

      My grandfather helped me learn to balance and ride when I was 6.

    849. Alex Mccarrell says:

      I was about 8 and got a new bike for christmas to celebrate!

    850. Diane says:

      I get your email

    851. Sarah says:

      I was 8 when I learned to ride and I cried as my dad said pedal, pedal, pedal.
      My daughter would love the girls bike.

    852. Strevino1 says:

      I started riding a bicycle with training wheels at 5. The plastic wheels made it hard to push the pedals so my father took them off. One day in the summer, he stood next to me, he held one hand on the seat and the other on the handle bar. He attempted three or four times until I finally got the hang of it. Each attempt was a wobbly start that ended in disaster (I turned too much to the right and hit a ditch). The third or fourth attempt was success I was able to pedal harder and didn't turn my handle bar to far to the left or right. I loved my bike and went everywhere with it. I hope to teach my 5 year old how to ride a bike when I am able to get one for her.

    853. Strevino1 says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook.

    854. Barbara says:

      I got my first bike when I was about 5 and learned to ride right away. I had a lot of help though….my dad and about 3 siblings! Would love this for my 9 year old daughter…it is the first thing on her list.

    855. Astiel575 says:

      I can't remember when I learned to ride a bike but I do follow Southern Savers on Facebook!

    856. Barbara says:

      I am also on your email list.

    857. Barbara says:

      I have also “liked” southern savers on facebook! (although in truth I “LOVE” SS!)

    858. Misti S. says:

      I was about 7 or 8 years old when I learned to ride a bike. My little boy would love the boy's bicycle! Thanks, Jenny!

    859. Abc79teach says:

      I follow on Facebook

    860. Tommy1244 says:

      I follow on Facebook

    861. Tommy1244 says:

      I follow on Facebook

    862. Abc79teach says:

      I remember my first bike…it had a basket on the front with long handlebars. I use to ride my baby doll in the basket. I also use to pull my little brother in a wagon that was attached to my bike tied with a rope. Those were the good old days lol…I would love to win a bike for my daughter.

    863. thedrakesx4 says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a 2 wheeler. My dad would hold onto the seat until I got going, let go, and then I would just stop pedaling. The bike would fall over and I'd cry.

    864. thedrakesx4 says:

      I like you on Facebook.

    865. Elizabeth says:

      I was 8 when I learned to ride a bike….way older than I should have been!

    866. Tlogan says:

      I was 6 years old when I first learned to ride a bike! I remember having the training wheels on at first but, I quickly rode them off. Boy, that brought back many memories!

    867. Profespanol says:

      My father taught me to ride a bike when I was five years old.

    868. skp says:

      I was 7 years old when I learned to bike

    869. angela says:

      like you on fb
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    870. angela says:

      follow you on google reader
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    871. Lstewart71 says:

      I am a child of the 70's and was SOOO proud of myself flying high on my Huffy bike with a banana yellow seat. I wasn't looking as I waved like the Queen of England and ran smack into the family's spruce tree. OUCH!!!

    872. susan says:

      Believe it or not I was in my teens before I got a bike.

    873. Lstewart71 says:

      I follow on Facebook. Love you!

    874. Lkrueger68 says:

      I was 4 yrs old when I learned to ride a bike.

    875. Grubbstuff says:

      I learned to ride a bike on the grass which is not easy at all! Then I ran into a tree as soon as I was going by myself…

    876. Lenette H says:

      I was around 8 or 9 a little later then most!

      I follow on FB

    877. Amywaldon says:

      I remember my dad teaching me to ride a bike. We had a hill in the backyard and I would get on my bike(which seemed so tall at the time) and go down the hill. I fell off many times, but he always put me back on. It felt great when he would let go of me and I would finally stay on!

    878. Linda says:

      I think I was 5 when I first rode a 2 wheel bike. I don't even remember who taught me.

    879. Ellen Wood says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5.

    880. Ellen Wood says:

      I subscribe to your emails.

    881. Moore5169 says:

      i don't have a child that age but would love to share with a little girl who does not

      have a bike of her own

    882. Raquel says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 7.

    883. caroline ling says:

      I don't have small bike when I was young because my family was poor at that time. I learned how to ride a bike which is a adult bike when I was 15. While others may have a car at that time, but what I can borrow from my brother is the adult bike. I enjoyed it a lot and I remembered I was so happy!! I hope I can get this bike for my son and I believe he will cherish it and love it and it will fulfill my dream.

    884. Raquel says:

      I follow on Facebook.

    885. Mandi says:

      I follow you on daily email!

    886. Pdudeck says:

      I was 30 when I learned to ride a bike. My older sister wiped out on hers and suffered a broken arm and nose. By the time I got enough courage to try, my dad had sold the bike. I decided as an adult that I was missing out and made learning how to ride a goal one year. I am probably one of the few people who learned to drive a car before learning how to ride a bike.

    887. brenda says:

      I was around 6 when I learned to ride, but as I got older riding my bike gave me the sense of freedom!

    888. Andrea says:

      I was 8 years old when I finally learned.

    889. Andrea says:

      I subscribe via email.

    890. Becky Bradshaw says:

      I went straight from big wheel to my bike (5ish).

    891. Jessica says:

      I follow on Facebook and email!!

    892. Jessica says:

      I learned when I was 5 yrs. old. My dad taught me!!!

    893. Laura says:

      I learned to ride a bike, with training wheels of course, when I was four. Around and around the cul-de-sac I went!!

    894. Shemaschool says:

      I loved my bike – we rode about 20 miles a day when I was in middle school – I had an odometer…

    895. Shemaschool says:

      I like you on Facebook

    896. debbie j says:

      I learned to ride when I was 7 years old, on a gravel road with no training wheels. I still have the scars on my knees to prove it.

    897. hwind says:

      I think I was around 6 when I learned to ride a bicycle without training wheels! I loved riding my bike so much that when my new stepmother asked me to come inside one afternoon, I told her that my daddy said I could ride my bike all day if wanted to. Needless to say I got in a little trouble when my dad got home!

    898. Susan Salerno says:

      I don't remeber how old I was but my sister and I both had bright yellow 3 speed bikes called the Yellow Submarine growing up. We begged my parents for 10 speed bikes but never did get them.

    899. Mf1372 says:

      I dont remember how old I was when I learned to ride but I do remember my first major crash when I was 8. I completely scraped my face and when the scab formed it looked like I had a mustache. Wow did the boys have fun with that at school!

    900. Susan Salerno says:

      I subscribe via e-mail.

    901. Gwen says:

      I WOULD LOVE FOR MY GRANDSON TO LEARN TO RIDE THIS BIKE; I TAUGHT HIM HOW TO RIDE HIS BIKE WITH TRAINING WHEELS. HE WOULD BE SO EXCITED TO GET THIS.

    902. Gwen says:

      I AM A FACEBOOK FOLLOWER.

    903. Megtag says:

      I was 8 when I learned to ride a bicycle without training wheels. I remember it very clearly because it was the summer and I was wearing shorts and flip flops. Needless to say my children both wore long pants and tennis shoes when they were learning. Ha!

      I follow Southern Savers through daily emails and on Facebook :)

    904. Teach_ashlee says:

      I was probably about 8 when I learned to ride a bike. Still remember that banana seat with the flowers!

    905. Teach_ashlee says:

      I follow on facebook.

    906. Nicole Peters says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5. I gave myself a deadline of learning before I went camping with my grandparents!

    907. Mindi says:

      I would guess around 6-7 years old without training wheels, not totally sure though!

    908. Mindi says:

      I like you on facebook!

    909. M L Smith says:

      I was 7 when the training wheels finally came off. We lived on a dirt road, and I was really afraid of falling!

    910. Jen says:

      I was around 11 when I first learned to ride a bike.

    911. tara says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride. I was 13 riding with a girlfriend and talking and biked straight into a parked car! YES, a parked car…talk about embarrassing!

    912. BrendaA. says:

      I must have been around 6 years old because I was in first grade. My dad surprised me later on with a bike that had a banana seat and tassles hanging from the handlebars. I thought I was so cool….I even clothes pinned playing cards on my spokes so it would make the loud noise when I rode!! Ahhh…the good ole days!! LOL

    913. marylee says:

      don't remember how old I was, but I do remember how much I loved my sparkly/glitter purple bike seat and my white basket with purple flowers – loved it! I follow you on daily e-mail

    914. BrendaA. says:

      I follow you on facebook!!

    915. Peggy says:

      I learned to ride a bike at six when my dad pushed me off and let me go!

    916. Jpcalvillo says:

      I learned how to ride a bike when I was around 7 years old. It was a painful first time. Let me just say I tried to ride a boys bike.

    917. Peggy says:

      I posted this giveaway on Facebook.

    918. Peggy says:

      I follow Southern Savers by daily emails.

    919. Janelle says:

      I remember getting my first red tricycle when I was three but had a hand-me-down bike and didn't learn on a real bike until I was around 7 yrs old. I had two old siblings! they didn't want to give up their bikes but I did get one with a banana seat from my sister. Loved it

    920. Janelle says:

      Facebook follower

    921. Janelle says:

      posted on facebook

    922. Gladys says:

      My cousin was trying to teach me to ride her bike. I was around 10 and she was 12. I got on the bike and she was running along holding me on the bike. She and I thought I was really riding;however, as soon as she turned the bike loose, I crashed right into her dad's truck. My granddaughter would love this bike.

    923. PaigeP says:

      Let's see, I was maybe 5 years old. I will be posting to facebook if it will let me.

    924. Whitney Archer says:

      I don't remember when I learned, but I'm sure iI was about 6.

    925. Whitney Archer says:

      Also, I follow you on reader.

    926. Heidi says:

      I was 6 yrs old.

    927. vlwinter1017 says:

      I was 5 and I learned on my brothers bike, but I got my very own that year for Christmas.

    928. Mommyking says:

      I was 5…the same age as my little one…who needs a bike, btw. He has worn the wheels off of the one he has…literally!

    929. Alison says:

      Somewhere around 5 or 6. I know I was in Kindergarten.

    930. Alison says:

      Also, I subscribe on google reader and facebook

    931. Melissa S says:

      I was 5 when I learned how to ride a bike. I still remember my dad letting go and running into the neighbor's mailbox.

    932. Melissa S says:

      I sent a tweet from qtpiemommaof2

    933. Melissa S says:

      I am a fan on facebook and I subscribe to emails.

    934. Tawnya says:

      I do not know exactly how old I was but I remember my dad holding the bike. He let go, but when I realized (way down the street) I fell over.

    935. Tawnya says:

      I follow on FB and google reader!

    936. Val says:

      I learned to ride when I was 6 and my son woud love me to win a boy's bike!

    937. Linda B says:

      I was six or seven when I learned to ride a bike. I'm now 59 but I can still remember my dad running behind me yelling “peddle, peddle”.

    938. Linda B says:

      I follow you on facebook (Linda Bradley).

    939. Allisonking77 says:

      I was six!

    940. Krismontgomery says:

      I think i was around 5 or 6. I was a bit of a daredevil so im sure i had been trying for a while

    941. Krismontgomery says:

      i follow on fb

    942. Krismontgomery says:

      i get email

    943. Angela says:

      I learned to ride a bike at 5!

    944. Angela says:

      I subscribe in rss feed!

    945. db says:

      I learned to ride when I was 8 or 10, but I didn't have my own bike till 21!
      I'd love to get a bike for my son so he can learn to ride next year.

    946. db says:

      shared on fb

    947. db says:

      I'm an email subscriber.

    948. Tara Toombs says:

      I was 6 years old when I learned to ride. Thanks Jenny!

    949. Slwalding says:

      I was 8 when I learned to ride a bike.

    950. Bev says:

      I don't remember how old I was but I remember what prompted me to learn…getting my legs caught in the spokes when my older brother rode his bike standing up with me sitting on the seat. Ouch!

    951. Casey C. says:

      I think I was about 6 when I started learning to ride a bike.

    952. Nisibug1 says:

      I didn't learn until I was 9! But then I got a beautiful 10 speed for my 10th bday- I loved it!

    953. 4darnell says:

      I was probably about 7 or 8 years old when i learned to ride a bike….my dad was running beside me and it was kind of down hill he let go and i steered right into a rose bush…i remember that to this day…ouch

    954. 4darnell says:

      I follow you on Facebook. i am hooked on your site….Thanks for all the bargain, steals & deals…

    955. Stephanie says:

      Ok Jenny..can't remember back that far as to when I learned to ride a bike, (even though I am only 42) but I do remember when my oldest 2 girls were 4 and 6. We were teaching the 6 year old how to ride her bike and with much persistence and on her own…my 4 year old learned how to ride the same day!

    956. Not2bmisstkn says:

      I was 5 yrs old when I learn to ride a bike. I think it is the best form of exercise there is. All kids should ride bikes.

    957. momhamby says:

      I was 8 yrs old when i learned to ride.I can't wait to help my chilren learn to ride i know they will love it!!

    958. Kimmers_zoo says:

      I think I was the oldest and most uncoordinated kid in my neighborhood! I loved to skate but couldn't ride a bike worth a darn. I had a terrible crash one day in front of my dad and the neighbor boy I had a crush on ………. makes me cringe even now! I was honestly like 9 before I really learned to ride!

      Please help out my son (he turns 6 today!!!!) he has probably inherited my terrible bike riding genes and will need all the help he can get!!!

      His older brother have happily worn out their bikes so he doesn't have one – not even a hand me down!

      Thank you!!!!!!!

    959. Paige says:

      I was 6!

    960. Countryboyhays says:

      I believe I was 7.

    961. Ssjamielynn says:

      I receive the daily email.

    962. Darla says:

      I was 6 years old when Dad took my training wheels off. He's a daredevil kind of guy and things came naturally to him so he assumed they would come naturally to me, his daughter. We walked to the top of the hill in our yard, I got on the bike and he pushed. I traveled about 30 yards, picking up speed the whole time then crashed into a tree. Mom walked out the front door just in time to see the push and ultimately the crash. Dad got chewed out but it worked out well. I got back on the bike and did it over and over until I learned to steer. Great memories! Great giveaway!

    963. AR says:

      I was 6

    964. Clawsonh says:

      I was 6.

    965. Krystal Pound says:

      I learned to ride a bike around 5 years old. It had pretty pink streamers and a basket.

    966. Krystal Pound says:

      I follow you via feed reader.

    967. Christina says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was around 6 years old and remember riding my bike up and down my street. Being a kid was fun!

    968. Christina says:

      I follow Southern Savers on facebook.

    969. Sarah P says:

      I was 5!

    970. Jenn says:

      I was 5 and learned at the baby-sitters. Had to keep up with all the older kids!

    971. I learned to ride about when I was about 6. My dad took me to a church parking lot near our house and taught be how to ride – so fun!

    972. I tweeted! @blessed1indeed

    973. I shared this giveaway on facebook!

    974. I follow you on facebook!

    975. Ziggy789 says:

      I have no idea when I learned to ride my bike, but we are in the process of teaching my 4 year old. He is already upgrading to a bigger size bike this year (he doesn't know it yet), so he will be so excited!

    976. Ziggy789 says:

      I am a facebook fan also

    977. Johnny W. says:

      I was 5 years old when I learned to ride my bike and still love riding.

    978. mami2jcn says:

      I believe I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike. My neighbor taught me because my parents were in the middle of a divorce and my mother didn't know how to ride in order to teach me.

      mami2jcn at gmail dot com

    979. Mary says:

      My grandson was 5 when he learned to ride his bike without training wheels.

    980. CW says:

      5 years old

    981. mami2jcn says:

      I subscribe to your email updates

      mami2jcn at gmail dot com

    982. Amanda D says:

      I learned to ride when I was about 7yrs old. My dad taught me and I am sure it was not easy for him. I wanted to do it perfectly from the beginning because I was scared of falling off. I think it took us all weekend, but I finally got the hang of it.

    983. Amanda D says:

      Shared the giveaway on FB under the name Mandy Deming

    984. mami2jcn says:

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    985. Melissa says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6. My brother and daddy taught me. I will never forget them “holding on”. As soon as I realized they had let go, I crashed! : ) The good news was they convinced me to get right back on and do it again. It is a wonderful memory.

    986. Christopher Broom says:

      I was about five years old.

    987. Susan says:

      I can't remember how old I was when I learned to ride a bike, but it was quite a long time ago :) The only bike I remember was a 10 speed and I didn't like it because it was brown and orange and all the other kids had fun colors and types of bikes. I survived the awkwardness, though :)

    988. katie says:

      (I subscribe to Southern Savers through Facebook.)
      I learned to ride my bike when I was very young. I remember my sweet dad teach me how to ride in the back yard, on our bumpy, grassy terrain. :) Now, my husband and I are trying to teach our daughter and son how to ride!

    989. Mickey says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 7. My dad taught me on Christmas day and may other days, it wasn't easy.

    990. heather says:

      I learned when I was 5. I'll never forget it!

    991. heather says:

      I'm following on FB.

    992. Melissa Ann says:

      I was a late bike rider at 9. I was so scared when daddy let go of the bike that I would freeze and stop pedaling. Finally mom and dad took us to the beach with our bikes and I wasn't so scared of falling there :)

    993. Plaidjenn says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride without training wheels. I thought my Dad was still behind me pushing the bike and heard him off in the distance saying “keep pedaling!

    994. Plaidjenn says:

      I follow in Google Reader.

    995. Sheila says:

      I was five when I learned to ride a bike

    996. Janet L says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride without the training wheels.

    997. Janet L says:

      I tweeted about the giveaway

    998. Janet L says:

      I follow via google reader

    999. Lisabriskey says:

      My 7-year olf son spends hours on his bike and he is ready for a new one! I would love to win.

    1000. erin says:

      i honestly can not remember when i learned to ride a bike for the first time, but my son would still love a new one!!

    1001. Carole B says:

      Love biking – mine is so old a local photographer borrowed it to shoot a vintage shot! I was 5 when I learned to ride (thankfully, not the one I have now; it's not quite THAT old)

    1002. erin says:

      I follow your email.

    1003. Becky says:

      I would love to win the bike for my son. When I learned to ride a bike I was so excited but still inexperenced. I ran into my best friend's mailbox on one of my first rides alone. No one saw me, so I just got up and rode home.

    1004. Debbie Kissel says:

      I can't even remember NOT riding a bike! Don't remember who taught me or if I taught myself but I loved riding. Recently I purchased one for myself and can't wait for my grandchildren to ride with me. Winning a bike will push the grandchildren to learn to ride!

    1005. Chattanoogamom says:

      I do not remember when I learned to ride a bike. I remember that we lived on a hill and I can't imagine that I did not fall off and hurt myself.

    1006. LENKA1111 says:

      I was a 5 year old kindergartener when I learned to ride my bike. I taught myself in the grass in our yard the same day that I got my first bike. I was a determined young lady!

    1007. I was 5 or 6 when I learned to ride my bike. My 6-year-old daughter's bike was run over (she was not anywhere near it at the time, thank the Lord!), and so now she doesn't have one. This would be a great gift for her.

    1008. LENKA1111 says:

      I follow you on fb.

    1009. Rosemtucker says:

      I think I was around 5 or 6 when I learned to ride a bike. Can't wait to teach my little girl

    1010. Rosemtucker says:

      I follow on FB

    1011. Brett says:

      my little girl would love a bike

    1012. sandy5 says:

      I was 6 when I first learned to ride a bike. The same age my daughter is now. I would love to get one for her for Christmas but haven't bee able to find one inthe budget yet. This would be perfect!

    1013. Cindy Dukes says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride a bike. My first day without training wheels, I accidentally rode down a huge hill in our backyard, which scared me quite a bit, but I was proud I survived. :)

    1014. Jalbert404 says:

      Daddy and Mommy met mountain biking – our kiddo needs this bike!

    1015. Jmcnma3 says:

      I was 5 and it was red with big green bow on it .I open the door got on down the steps i went.Well scraps knees knot on the head.I still love my bike.

    1016. Kim O says:

      My daughter loves this story…when I wanted to learn to ride my bike without training wheels, I was very excited. My dad took the training wheels off and the family gathered to watch as I pushed off to ride my bike. I was doing great and went around the whole circle, only to realize that no one had told me how to brake! As I came in to my original starting point the only way I knew to stop was to lean over and I fell promptly into a sticker bush! Owww! The good thing is that I got right back up and tried again-with proper braking instructions!

      Would love for my girl to have her first big bike!]

      Kim O

    1017. TammynSC says:

      I was six. It was a fun accomplishment!

    1018. TammynSC says:

      Facebook Follower

    1019. Rachel says:

      I was 4 when I learned to drive with no training wheels.

    1020. Ebshippping says:

      I never had one but i would love for my kids to have one

    1021. Rachel says:

      Tweeted!

    1022. Rachel says:

      Following SS on FB!

    1023. Vanessa says:

      I was about 6 yrs old and it was Christmas Day on my new red bicycle, snow on the gound and a steep hill… Ahh… To be 6 again.

    1024. Blroy53 says:

      I WAS 6 I would love it for my son

    1025. Vanessa says:

      I follow by e-mail and browse your site daily. :)

    1026. bfew0711 says:

      Lord I can't remember when I first learned to ride a bike. But I do remember a bad crash I had!!! I think I was about 8 years old. I fell off and fractured my ankle. My mom and our pregnant neighbor had to put be on my bike and wheel me all the way home…about a half mile up hill!!! Ha Ha!!!

    1027. bfew0711 says:

      following on FB

    1028. bfew0711 says:

      following on daily email

    1029. bfew0711 says:

      shared on FB

    1030. bfew0711 says:

      shared on Twitter

    1031. Erinscookiejar says:

      what a great line of bikes. the adult ones are awesome – I hear

    1032. stica25 says:

      I think I was three or four the first time I rode a bike — with training wheels of course. No problems with the training wheels — numerous cuts, scrapes and bruises without. It was such fun though — riding around as a kid, with your friends in tow!!

    1033. Tessy says:

      I was about 5 years old when I learned.

    1034. Jmaddox5 says:

      I was about 8 years old… i think. LOL— that was a long time ago!

    1035. Cargill58 says:

      I was 10 years old…came from Colombia and learned w/out training wheels! Needless to say …my feet were close to the ground all the time!

    1036. Susan says:

      I think I was 5 or 6.

    1037. Susan says:

      I follow you on Google reader.

    1038. NEB says:

      I follow your Daily Emails!

    1039. Kendra Brown says:

      probably 7, scars to prove it!

    1040. Amanda S. says:

      I was 7 when I first learned to ride a bike. :)

    1041. Amanda S. says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook. :)

    1042. Smenzmer says:

      I was around age 7 when I learned. I was at the top of a long hill at our house, and just lifted up my feet and the bike rolled down! By the way, a little later I rolled my bike right over a rattle snake that was crossing our driveway! :O

    1043. Kristen says:

      I follow Southersavers on facebook.

    1044. Kristen says:

      I learned to ride my bike when I was 7 years old and it was a difficult task to get me off of it. My bike became my only means of transportation until I reached 16.

    1045. Suzanne Christen says:

      I was six.

    1046. Suzanne Christen says:

      I am a follower on facebook.

    1047. Tammy says:

      I learned to ride in kindergarten so age five or six, long time ago!!!

    1048. Jewelsof1985 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was around 6 years old. We had just moved to our new neighborhood and all the other kids would be out riding their bikes, so I learned to ride and that's how I made new friends! The only thing was that I didn't know how to use the breaks… I would fall off to stop, which meant plenty of scratched knees!! My mom use to laugh because she said she would just see my feet sticking out of a bush from where I had rode into it to stop. She finally threatened me with wearing jeans when I rode my bike (so I wouldn't scratch up my knees). I quickly learned how to use the breaks because jeans in an Alabama summer is not fun!

    1049. alice says:

      I didn't learn how to ride a bike until I was in 8th grade!

    1050. Chandra says:

      i am an e-mail subscriber.

    1051. Emily says:

      I was 5 and a half! I loved my bike!

    1052. kylee says:

      learned to ride at age 6. My bikes must have collectively logged thousands of miles just riding up and down our gravel lane for hours on end!!

    1053. Brooke says:

      I am a subscriber

    1054. Brooke says:

      I think I was about 6 when I learned to ride a bike

    1055. Brooke says:

      I like Southern Savers on Facebook

    1056. Laura W. says:

      I think I was 8.

    1057. A_fox says:

      I was in kindergarten when I learned to ride a bike. I learned at my best friend's house!

    1058. A_fox says:

      I get your daily e-mails!

    1059. Jayna Patterson says:

      I was in 1st grade when I learned to ride a bike. I feel off the very first time and scared both knees. We just now taught my oldest son how to ride- he is in 2nd grade and it was so hard for him!! I think we need to start a little earlier on our younger son!

    1060. Amanda says:

      I am not sure how old I was, but I do remember mom holding on to the back of the bike telling me to peddle. Of course, tons of falls happen, but eventually I did it. My 8 year old still does not know how to ride a bike. This would be a great gift for him. He does have a bike, but the performance bike might give him more confidence.

    1061. Jayna Patterson says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook as well!!

    1062. linda stover says:

      i didn't learn to ride a bike until i was an adult. linda s.

    1063. Vgist says:

      On St. Patrick's Day in the 1st Grade I was riding my bike around the neighborhood and felt overwhelmed by luck. I decided to close my eyes and ride my bike without hands to show off to my friends. I ended up running smack into a mailbox with my face. I was completely embarassed and my sister has never forgotten the story.

    1064. Sonya says:

      I think I was about 6!

    1065. Csoble1214 says:

      i follow southern savers on Fb and posting about this giveaway on FB as well. i think i was around 5 when i started learning, ha its been forever since ive been on one, i may have to learn all over again, lol.

    1066. Burroughs85 says:

      I was about 6 I believe. I just remember that I was too scared to let my dad take the training wheels off, but my little brother (4 at the time) was ready to get rid of them, and I wanted to since he was….so we learned the same day! He was really young it seems!

    1067. Burroughs85 says:

      I also subscribe to the emails!

    1068. Tosha says:

      I was 6 years old when I learned to ride my bike without training wheels. My dad would take me to the top of the hill in our back yard and I remember thinking he was still holding onto the back of my bike. After several times of riding down the hill, my dad confessed that he wasn't holding onto my bike…I had learned to ride without training wheels or his help:) This will always be a special memory…a year later ( I was 7) my dad got killed in an automobile accident.

    1069. Tosha says:

      I'm also a follower on facebook!

    1070. cory4 says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride!

    1071. cory4 says:

      I receive your emails!

    1072. Dianne Neely says:

      I remember my dad taking my training wheels off and putting them on my sister's new bike when she said goodbye to her tricycle, so I had to be 6. I cried. I'm not sure if I was scared that the training wheels were gone or just jealous that my sister had taken them over. LOL.

    1073. Mspillers9308 says:

      I must have been around 5, in kindergarten.

    1074. Dan says:

      I learned to ride when I was 6 or so. I don't really have humorous bike stories… most of my funny bike stories happened to someone else and they got injured (it's just funny if you know the person).

    1075. Dan says:

      I follow you on Facebook.

    1076. Candielynn says:

      I was a probably 6. I would choose the boy bike.

    1077. Tntdean says:

      I have no idea how old I was. I do however remember the time I thought my daddy was racing me down this steep hill, I go faster, lost control of my bike and flew over my handlebars and landed face 1st on the road. Not a funny story but very memorable!

    1078. Margaret says:

      I learned how to ride a bike some time during elementary school. My parents drove us kids to an empty parking lot and before they knew it, they were running after me.

    1079. donna says:

      My Dad taught me how to ride a bike. I got on the bike and he was running beside me holding me, or so I thought. He had let me believe that he was holding on so I would not fall. When I realized he wasn't, I was so shocked that I fell over.

    1080. sharon says:

      I remember (and it is over 50 years ago) when I got my first two wheel bycycle for Christmas. We lay in bed listening for Santa to come and I heard Ho-Ho-hHo and when I ran into the living room my Dad snapped his fingers and said “You just missed him!” What a fond memory ecause I was only 5 or 6 at the time and I got to ride my bike at midnight in the house. Please enter me in the contest . THis would be wonderful for my 6 year old grandson Connor.

    1081. Sarah S. says:

      I was around 6 or 7. I remember trying to ride my bike in the basement and being terrified of the training wheels because it rocked back and forth.

    1082. Sarah S. says:

      I follow you on facebook.

    1083. Sarah S. says:

      I shared this giveaway on facebook.

    1084. Lydia says:

      facebook

    1085. Jcooke5 says:

      Shared this on FB: I was 8 years old when I first learned to ride a bike (look mom, no training wheels!)

    1086. Dianneluke says:

      Learned to ride in my front yard, I thought that my Daddy was holding on to the back of my tiny little bike, but he had let go when I started down the hill. Great memory- great Dad.

    1087. Lydia says:

      One year my parents got my sisters and I new bikes. Because they wanted to keep them a surprise they put them together at my dad's office which was the Armory across the steet from our house. We walked over to the Armory and got to ride our new bikes in the gym. Not many can say they did that.

    1088. Lydia says:

      daily email

    1089. Marinka115 says:

      I got the coolest little pink bike w/ training wheels at 8 years old! I rode it everyday to my grandma's house from school. Great memories!

    1090. Kristin Gillespie says:

      My sister who is two years younger could ride a bike before I could. I was probably in 4th grade. can we say late bloomer?

    1091. Jennifer says:

      I think i was about 8 or 9. it was a bananna boat seat bike :o)

    1092. Mahalia52 says:

      I was seven when I learned to ride a bike!

    1093. Tracy says:

      I was 4 or 5 when I learned to ride a bike without training wheels.

    1094. Megan says:

      I think i was 6 years old when I learned to ride a bike!

    1095. Jenniferlynnkovach says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride a bike. I only liked biking uphill, not downhill. Boy have those days changed!

    1096. Jenniferlynnkovach says:

      love following you on facebook

    1097. Supersavermonte says:

      When I was about 8, my brothers and I were riding through our neighborhood and when I turned around to yell at them for making fun of me…. I ran my bike right into our neighbors parked car!!!

    1098. Pedspech says:

      I learned as a child (8 maybe?) but never became proficient on the bicycle. I am glad that my kids love riding.

    1099. Pedspech says:

      I follow you on facebook!

    1100. KelliB says:

      I was 5 years old when I learned to ride a bike!

    1101. KelliB says:

      I'm a facebook fan!

    1102. Stacey S. says:

      I was 8 when the training wheels came off.

    1103. Zjustine says:

      I don't remember when I learned how to ride a bike but I do remember earning my first 10 speed bike when I was 7 or 8. I was to little to ride it, so my dad cut blocks of wood and fastened them to the peddles so I could ride. =)

    1104. Gretchen says:

      boys bicycle

    1105. Megan says:

      Boys bike—no funny story but I remember having these little ball type things on my spokes that made noise and moved up and down when we rode around….they were at least fun for us. :)

    1106. Amanda Biel says:

      I think i was around 6 or so when i learned how to ride a bike

    1107. Amanda Biel says:

      I follow southern savers on twitter, facebook and email subscribtion!

    1108. Amanda Biel says:

      I tweeted about this giveaway too! @afwife05

    1109. Jenprincess88 says:

      hmm good ?, I'm not sure when I learned to ride a bike so it must've been before the age of 5 or 6

    1110. Jenprincess88 says:

      google reader

    1111. Jenprincess88 says:

      your fb fan

    1112. purwiggy says:

      I think I was about 5 or 6.

    1113. Dawn Hurst says:

      I have a funny story to tell now but not so funny at the time. My family and I Labor Day weekend packed the camper with bikes on back and headed North for a short vacation. Well about 2 hours into our trip this nice couple drove up next to us and started trying to get us to stop. Well long story short the reason they were trying to get our attention is because we had lost our bikes about a mile back. Once we got our truck and camper turned around we found we had not only lost our bikes, bike rack, but also the bumper to the camper. Needless to say all of our bikes were destroyed so my 6 year old little girl could use a new bike.

    1114. Amber01sw says:

      i was 5 years old

    1115. Amber01sw says:

      i like u on facebook as Amber Lusk MacDonald

    1116. Amber01sw says:

      shared on fb as Amber Lusk MacDonald

    1117. Amber01sw says:

      shared on twitter as Amber01sw

    1118. Bicklelady says:

      I was 5 when my big brother taught me how to ride a bike. I am 44 now and that day is still imbedded in my memory like it was yesterday
      I am a follower of southernsavers on Face Book

    1119. Patricia says:

      I honestly can't remember its been that long…

    1120. Patricia says:

      I am a facebook fan

    1121. Art H. says:

      I was about 5 when I learned how to ride a bike.

    1122. Art H. says:

      tweeted about this giveaway.
      @artyh83

    1123. Nicole says:

      I'm pretty sure I was 6. :-)

    1124. Nicole says:

      I tweeted!!! :-)

    1125. Nicole says:

      I posted on facebook!

    1126. Evebadger says:

      I think I was 7.

    1127. Blanche says:

      I think I was almost 6 years old. I got it for Christmas and every day I would prop my bike up against a old post that we had used in the garden, until I could climb on and then I would take off. We had a row of hedges and I would run into them everytime. But I didn't give up. I finally quit running into the hedges and learned how to ride it. Then I taught my younger sister how to ride and tried to teach my Mom. You know she's 68 years old and she still can't ride a bike by herself. My dad bought a bicycle built for two and then she could ride with someone else balancing it.Those are really great memories.

    1128. Gigie says:

      I was 5. I went around the block and fell off. :-)

    1129. Kng122 says:

      I was six when I learned to ride a 2 wheeler

    1130. L Sherrill says:

      i follow on facebook and daily email

    1131. L Sherrill says:

      i was 7 when i learned to ride a bike i remember the christmas i got a ten speed (not when i was 7 lol) i rode that bike all over out town !great memories

    1132. Jsherard12 says:

      I actually learned to ride on a bicycle that my grandfather WON in a contest at a local gas station! I think I was about 6 years old!

    1133. Heather says:

      I was 6 or 7 and I felt like a big kid!

    1134. Heather says:

      I follow in a Reader.

    1135. Seeleysteel says:

      I was was 4 when I learned to ride a bike :) childhood memories are the best! I'm following on Facebook!

    1136. Guest says:

      was 5 when i learned to ride a bike!

    1137. Ashley S. says:

      I think I was about 6 when I learned

    1138. Tricia says:

      I was in th 1st grade and had a strawberry shortcake bike!

    1139. Tricia says:

      I subscribe to your RSS feed through google reader!

    1140. Stephani says:

      I was about 8 and always enjoyed riding my bike as a child.

    1141. michelle says:

      I was seven and it was my birthday

    1142. Ari says:

      I was probably around 6 or 7.

    1143. Ilolydia says:

      I was around 6 when I learned how. My daughter learned how to ride with no training wheels at five.

    1144. Lisa says:

      I learned to ride my bike really good in first grade. I remember we would ride our bikes all over the neighborhood .

    1145. Julie says:

      I received a clearance bicycle for Christmas one year, but unfortunately one wheel was warped and it never did ride very well.

    1146. Melanielynn77 says:

      I follow and posted on facebook, I recieve your daily e-mails and love your site.
      My daughter is in need of a new bike..would love to win this one.

      • Melanielynn77 says:

        I don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride but my daughter was 3 when she took her training wheels off and didn't fall once. It was the craziest thing watching her ride the bike for the first time like that. She is 5 now and says she wants to be a BMX rider.

    1147. pw813 says:

      I dont remember how old I was when I learned to ride a bicycle but do remember teaching my son to ride when he was about 5. We stood at the top of a hill, he mounted his bike as I steady it. When he was ready I gave the bike a small push and off he went. I didnt consider the chain link fence that was at the end of the street and never had instructed my son on how to use the brakes. Upon realization that the fence was there I started yelling, peddle backwards, peddle backwards but it was too late. My son crashed face first right into the fence. I went running after him to check on him only to have him throw his bike to the ground and stomp off mad at me. His ego was hurt more than his face.

    1148. Rhonda M says:

      I was about 7 when I finally learned how to ride a bike.

    1149. Amanda_Korey says:

      I think I was about 6 when I learned to ride a bike and I'm looking forward to teaching my 2 girls!!

    1150. Joycemlinek says:

      I was around 6 years old when I rode a bike.

    1151. Joycemlinek says:

      I shared giveaway on my fb page.

    1152. Renee C. says:

      I was about 6 when I learned to ride.

    1153. Renee C. says:

      I re-tweeted/follow you on Twitter.

    1154. Renee C. says:

      I subscribe via email.

    1155. Stephaniekohls1 says:

      Probably 5

    1156. Stephaniekohls1 says:

      facebook follower

    1157. Janet K. says:

      I was 5, it was Christmas and Santa brought it to our farm for me. Mom and dad let me ride it in the house because it was snowy outside!!

    1158. Janet K. says:

      I also subscribe to your daily emails.

    1159. kingfish01 says:

      I was 5 years old. My dad stayed outside for hours till I did it

    1160. Tamara says:

      I was around 5 years old and I remember that feeling of the first time I rode my bike without training wheels. My brother pushed me for awhile and then just let go and I didn't even know it! I was riding it all by myself :) Cool. Thanks of reminding me of this childhood memory.

    1161. Hogan_264 says:

      I learned to ride a bike through many falls & tears because we didn't have the luxury of training wheels!!!

    1162. Ashley says:

      I was about 3 when I first learned. Then my parents sold my bike, & I recently just tried riding one and almost crashed just turning in a circle! lol!

    1163. Ugahutto says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook.

    1164. Ugahutto says:

      I was probably 7 yrs old – it was a pink bike with a bananna seat with pretty pink flowers on it! Of course it had a basket and a bell on the handlebars!

    1165. Aonlygrl says:

      I can't remember exactly how old I was when I learned to ride a bike but I do remember who taught me. It wasn't my parents but it was my best friend who was the same age as me. She kept telling me over and over how to do it and kept working with me until I finally got it. Thanks, Scarlett:)

    1166. Sc Ultos says:

      i follow on fb

    1167. Heidi says:

      I was 7 before I rode a bike without training wheels :)

    1168. Isabel Acosta says:

      I got my first bike at the age of 8, I remember lots of bruises that Christmas morning!

    1169. Mary says:

      I think I was about three we have a pic of me in my little pink track suit on my older brothers beat up black bike with training wheels.

    1170. Mary says:

      fb fan

    1171. Janet Leimkuhler says:

      I was way too old, about 8…was scared of everything…would be a great gift for my son

    1172. Kristin says:

      Once Christmas my brother, cousin and I all got bikes. I remember coming into the room in the morning and seeing them all lined up in a row with big bows on them. I think we rode them for hours that day…

    1173. Keithclan6@yahoo.com says:

      I was 5

    1174. julie1916 says:

      I was 6 when I learned how to ride a bike. My 4 year old brother taught me…

    1175. Kristin says:

      I follow Southern Savers on FB

    1176. Love_the_Food says:

      I don't remember how old I was, but my son was 4 when he learned. He also crashed on his bike and lost a front tooth. So every school picture from K-2nd he has that tooth missing.
      I would want a girls bike if I win for my 4 1/2 yo daughter.

    1177. Kelly B says:

      I was 5 or 6 when I learned to ride a bike!

    1178. Kelly B says:

      I am an email subscriber and facebook follower

    1179. Kscrus2 says:

      Love a new bike for the kids!

    1180. Funky momky says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike. I am not sure where my parents found my bike- a gold colored- bmx. everything was gold, the rims, the seat was sparkly vinyl. so tacky!

    1181. Jessica says:

      I know that I was totally riding my bike by age 5!

    1182. Sharonnp03 says:

      I was about 6 and rode the wheels off all through my childhood!!

    1183. Olivia says:

      I had lots of mishaps when learning how to ride a bike. I ran into a mailbox and busted my lip. Then my Dad tried to figure out if I was okay and clean me up, and he set me down right in a fire ant pile! Needless to say, I was not a happy camper. He had to rush me home and hose me down to get the ants off. Thankfully it was summertime, so that worked out well. I hope it goes more smoothly for my kids! :)

    1184. Olivia says:

      I follow SS on FB!

    1185. Maryalice says:

      I follow you on FB (I had to do it this way since I was embarrassingly old when I learned how to ride a bike!). Thanks!

    1186. Kamarsh1 says:

      I was 5. I used to pretend my white bike was a white horse and we were the fastest around!

    1187. Jeanine says:

      I can't remember my age when I learned to ride, but I remember riding all over the neighborhood all the time. It was my first taste of freedom!

    1188. ad says:

      I was five years old when I learned to ride a bike. But my best memory of bikes is telling my first child that taking off the training wheels was going to be very hard and she would fall a lot of times. I told her the whole spill about how you will just get back on and try again and that is like life.. blah blah.. Well, to make a long story short, she said, “Just let go mommy.” I did, and she never fell. She road to the end of the street and came back with a smug look on her face. Boy, there went my theory!

    1189. Rulearning says:

      I was 6 years old when my dad taught me how to ride a bike. The only thing he forgot was how to use the brakes! I headed straight down a durt hill and straight toward the railroad tracks! I screamed and my dad yelled for me to jump off. So I did. I still have the scars on my knees!

    1190. Maltwin03 says:

      I follow SS on Facebook!

    1191. Haven says:

      My sister thought that the best way for me to learn was to push me down a long steep hill when I was 6. Not knowing how to brake made for a good crash landing, and I repeated this many times. Amazing what we survive as kids.

    1192. Amanda C says:

      I was around 4 or 5 when my mom taught me how to ride a bike. I can't wait until my daughter is old enough to learn!

    1193. tdavis says:

      My brother and I shared a bike for the longest time, until my aunt put all our names in a drawing and I won! I still have the bike, but my boys don't really like all the pink flowers on it!

    1194. Emma says:

      i follow on facebook

    1195. Amy W. says:

      I was five when I rode without training wheels. I have a 7 & 5 year old boy. They are both in desperate need of new bikes. Would love it!

    1196. Amy W. says:

      I follow on FB

    1197. Vicky says:

      I was four years old and my Dad took me to Walmart parking lot (when they used to be closed on Sundays) with my bicycle and a large block to use to get up on the bicycle and push off. I left knowing how to ride, no training wheels ever.

    1198. NEB says:

      Girls bike. I follow on daily email!

    1199. Erin says:

      I am a fan on FB!

    1200. Cheri Etheridge says:

      I can't remember for sure. However, this year my son, who just turned 5 learned to ride without training wheels. He is my tentative child but learning to ride on his own has made him so proud and more courageous.

    1201. jessie4yahveh says:

      I was about 5 when I learned to ride… I would like to teach my son a little earlier.

    1202. emily says:

      I was 5 years old when I rode a bike for the first time! I loved the freedom of riding all over the neighborhood and especially to my friends house!

    1203. Caroline Fernandez says:

      I was about 4 when I learned to ride my bike. About 4 years later at the age of 8 I fell off head first into my driveway's concrete and broke my nose! I follow Southern Savers on FB!

    1204. Liz says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned how to ride a bike, but remember being 16 and my mom and dad not letting me past the stop sign on both ends of the street. I would have to ride to one side and turn right back around to the other side. Yes, at 16!

    1205. Meanddblj says:

      my daughter 6 hesitated to ride a bike without training wheels this year but when she finally decided to try I told her “believe in yourself, you could do it” and when she finally took off on her own down the sidewalk she screamed “I BEEEE-lieve” it brought tears to my eyes it was so cute!!

    1206. Fgb4jc11 says:

      i was about 5 and i remember my brother who is older jumped a ramp and you know what got hit and he cried like a baby. So i decided to stick to the training wheels

    1207. Melissa says:

      I followed on Facebook! Santa is trying to save her pennies for bicycles for my boys.

    1208. Mari says:

      I follow on Facebook!

    1209. Hensonmom says:

      4 years old! ;)

    1210. Aprlprnc says:

      I was 12. It was really scary. I rode it several days & then someone in the neighborhood stole it. Sad day!

    1211. Susanbax says:

      I learned when I turned 4. My parents gave me a green bike for my birthday and I just had to learn how to ride it!

    1212. Susanbax says:

      I follow on FB

    1213. Jill says:

      I was six :)

    1214. Rwahl says:

      My daughter wants a bike for Christmas and I haven't purchased it yet so this win would be AMAZING!!! I learned to ride a bike without training wheels around the age of 8. I loved my bike as a kid …. and I know my daughter will love it too! Thanks Jenny!

    1215. Rwahl says:

      I follow on Facebook!! :)

    1216. Mirandaeparsons says:

      i was 5.

    1217. Krystal Colon says:

      I follow Southern Savers on FB

    1218. Krystal Colon says:

      I was about 5 years old when I first learned to ride a bike. It was purple with streamers.

    1219. Sssharpe says:

      I dont remeber it was decade ago. lol. I think I was 5. Maybe!

    1220. Greatbuy2010 says:

      Maybe 4 or 5. I was a tot.

    1221. hbannist says:

      I don't remember how old I was, but I remember spending hours riding up and down our long driveway as a kid. I love to ride bikes even today!

    1222. Saraandshane says:

      I don't remember when I first learned to ride a bike, but we moved from Kentucky to California when I was 7. I remember waiting on the moving truck. The only thing I wanted was my bike – and I rode it right after it found its way off the truck.

    1223. Dlketelsen says:

      Wow this is such a touching topic for us. Our daughter was diagnosed with PDD-NOS an autism spectrum disorder when she was 3 and a half years old. We felt we would never get to know her as she had no speech and no eye contact. Her friends were beginning to ride trikes and big wheels. She didn't have the motor control to be able to keep up with them. It broke our hearts. We are so proud of how far she has come. Today she is 7 years old. She communicates, has eye contact and can ride a bike with training wheels. We'd love to present her with this bicycle for her 8th birthday and encourage her to challenge herself to ride it without the training wheels.

    1224. Aleoxmom says:

      I learned to ride a bike at around 3. My family is big on biking and we have taken a lot of biking holidays together over the years. My favorite biking memory is one when we as a family biked across Italy for a month. There were lots of funny incidents during that trip including one where my dad fell in love with a very expensive bike from his favorite manufacturer and haggled with the sales person for 3 days(we had to go back to have a discussion everyday for 3 days!!) and in the end offered our services at a parade(the company was sponsoring) in order to get a discount(we were not too happy to have our vacation interrupted). Now looking back, all those memories only encourage me to inspire a love of biking in my boys.

    1225. Heather says:

      I learned to ride my bike with I was 5 years old. I got a blue bike with streamers on the handle bars & a bell for my birthday. I loved that bike.

    1226. Heather says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook.

    1227. Kristie says:

      My twin and I were 7 years old, and my mother told us to go into the kitchen to get a baby bottle in the kitchen and then we can get our “gifts”. Well, we ran with lightening speed and returned in one minute, but didn't even notice the bikes that we had received for our birthday were in the kitchen where they had just sent us. They caused many laughs for years to come.

    1228. Dcherveny says:

      My first bike ride was a horror. Took off down the dirt road and ended up falling in a huge ditch filled with mud!

    1229. Susieq75420012001 says:

      I was four years old when I learned to ride, then at five we were so poor dad bought an old girls regular size bike and painted it army green, it was the ugliest bike in the neighborhood, but it was all they could get me. I never had a new bike, however my brother got one that was shiny red. Guess things got better and they could finally afford one.

    1230. Susieq75420012001 says:

      If I were to win I would like a boys bike to give my grandson for Christmas. We do not have the money this year to buy him anything. HUsband is out of work and son was laid off three weeks ago. I was four when I learned to ride. He lives in Iowa and now has a place to ride.

    1231. I remember the Christmas I got my first bike. Pink Strawberry Shortcake with streamers and training wheels. I was over the moon!!

    1232. I shared on facebook

    1233. I get your emails

    1234. Stephanie S says:

      When I was about 4, I was riding on the back of my dad's bike in a child's seat. My leg got hung in the spoke and he had a wreck. I still have a scar from that incident and I am 41 years old! Needless to say, it wasn't long after that, he taught me how to ride a bike myself!

    1235. Klmadden2 says:

      I learned to ride when I was 6.

    1236. Tara Robinson says:

      My parents have a home video of my first bike ride, but I'm not sure how old I was.

    1237. Clalbritton says:

      Bike riding with friends is the best.

    1238. Kay U. says:

      I would love to win a bike to donate to a worthy cause!

    1239. Kay U. says:

      I am a Facebook follower!

    1240. Krissiehill07 says:

      i learned to ride a bike at my grandparents house in ormond beach florida when i was baout 7 years old

    1241. Krissiehill07 says:

      i follow southersavers on facebook

    1242. Melanie Fuller says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6 I think…and I can still remember the scrapes and bruises, but oh the joy of FREEDOM too! 8~)
      Hope to win one for one of my 4 boys.
      Thanks for the chance.

    1243. Melanie Fuller says:

      I am an e-mail subscriber. Hope to win!

    1244. Linda says:

      I would love to win this prize for my niece's little girl, she loves to play outside and would love to ride this bike!

    1245. Carolyn C. says:

      I learned to ride when I was 7. I received my first bike from Santa. I unfortunately crashed into a group of shrubs. I still remember all the scrapes!

    1246. Carolyn C. says:

      I follow on facebook and receive emails.

    1247. Amy d says:

      Bikes down the neighborhood street were so exciting!

    1248. Cstoike426 says:

      This would be great for my friends 6 year old grand daughter! Pink is her favorite color.

    1249. joanh says:

      never did but daughter would be thrilled to have one in pink..

    1250. mommyof2 says:

      daily email, also have a little girl who love this

    1251. Felicia says:

      I learned how to ride a bike without training wheels, by taking off one training wheel, then the other.

    1252. Neseh67 says:

      I learned to ride a bike the old fashioned way! My dad held the back of the bike and ran along side. Everything was going well until the neighbor backed out of his drive way without looking. I panicked and Daddy ended up at the ER!!!

    1253. Denise G. says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike. I would love a girls bike.

    1254. Renee g says:

      I was six when I learned to ride a bike.
      rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

    1255. Barbara says:

      Wow this is crazy but I don't remember when I learned to ride a bicycle. I just remember riding my bike with my friends around our neighborhood.

    1256. Bluwheeler says:

      I learned when I was 5 or 6. Opened up a new world of freedom!

    1257. Bluwheeler says:

      I follow SS on FB and email.

    1258. JenB says:

      I don't remember when I learned, but I used to pretend mine was a horse as I rode around the neighborhood.

    1259. Andi Clemons says:

      i was 5!

    1260. Barbara says:

      I subscribe by email and follow on FB

    1261. Gigi says:

      I follow you by email and Facebook.

    1262. Jfjuly24 says:

      I was in 1st grade, so maybe 6, when I learned to ride… on a gravel driveway! I still have faint scars on my knees : )

    1263. Jfjuly24 says:

      I follow you on Facebook.

    1264. Valerie says:

      I follow on fb.

    1265. SSFan says:

      I followed SS on FB

    1266. Laura Z says:

      I didn't learn to ride until I was 13, but my youngest daughter is trying to learn now, but she's growing so fast that her little kids bike is too small. We would love this!

    1267. Heather says:

      I don't remember when I learned to ride a bike buy my kids were 8, 4, and 5.

    1268. Lonnette says:

      I honestly don't remember what age I was when I learned to ride a bike, but I know I enjoyed riding it up and down the long, country road that we stayed on. Those were the days. :) Thanks for the opportunity!

    1269. CJ says:

      Follow with daily emails.

    1270. CJ says:

      Around 5.

    1271. Rgdintn says:

      I think I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike.

    1272. Hairdomary says:

      My 4 yr. old daughter is on two wheels and has out grown her first bike! This would be super for her!!

    1273. Jasgirl30 says:

      I was 6 when I learned how to ride.

    1274. Melissar says:

      I follow you on Facebook!

    1275. Pants says:

      I was 4 or 5. My dad would stand at one end of the backyard and I would start at the other, I was promised a banana split when I made it to him. As soon as he got home I'd run and get my bike. I don't remember how many tries it took for me to make it to him without falling but it was days of attempts. My youngest (of 4) just turned 6 and, about a year ago, I was in our backyard doing what my dad did 40 years ago for the last time.

    1276. Tarashanko says:

      seven

    1277. Afreeman00x says:

      I was around 9 yrs old when I learned to ride a bike. My mom wouldn't let me have one and a friend of mine taught me to ride hers. I would love to win a girls bike for my daughter. I want her to have a bike of her own; she really enjoys riding a bike but outgrew hers.

    1278. Karie says:

      I don't really remember how old I was but I remember riding bikes that were to big for me. I couldn't sit on the seat and pedal at the same time. I also follow on facebook

    1279. Afreeman00x says:

      shared on facebook.

    1280. christinader says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 5… I had many bumps and bruises but I remember feeling like such a big kid!!!!

    1281. christinader says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook!

    1282. Caroline says:

      I was 5. But my 4 year old is learning right now and I have been so impressed with how much patience he has with himself. He will pedal 4 times, stop, start again and repeat over and over. He's so proud of himself, as are we!

    1283. Sonya Caldwell says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride my bike without training wheels. My brother taught me how.

    1284. ga_peach15 says:

      I was about 5. I remember no training wheels. I also remember my older sisters friend running over me with a bicycle and knocking out my front tooth!!

    1285. Angie says:

      I was about 8, didn't have a bike until then! I don't want my daughter to have to wait that long. :) Thanks for the entry!!

    1286. Jknisley says:

      I think I was 6, that is how old my oldest is now:-)

    1287. Dphil says:

      I was about 10 before I got my first bike.

    1288. Jillian Franz says:

      I think i was about five. The first time i took the training wheels off, my day let go, and i went straight into a tree!

    1289. Laura20v says:

      i was about 6 when i could ride w/o training wheels. then my parents were given a boys bike that didn't have any brakes when i got older to use!!

    1290. Laura20v says:

      follow you by email and fb!

    1291. Clsfl2004 says:

      i was about 4 or 5

    1292. Jamie Goff says:

      I was a little behind- I started riding a bike without trainers in the 2nd grade. I was so embarrassed!!!

    1293. Michelle says:

      I was about 5 with a pink huffy bike. My daughter would love to win this.

    1294. Luvin2coupon says:

      Fully assembled?!?! I'm down. That is awesome. I've been promising my 7 yr. a old a new bike for a year now…this would be perfect!

    1295. Christina says:

      I follow on Facebook!

    1296. Vickie says:

      I guess I was probably around 6? It's been so long I don't even remember.

    1297. Val says:

      5 year old

    1298. Christina says:

      I learned to ride my bike when I was five years old.

    1299. Val says:

      email subscriber

    1300. Csehcouponmom says:

      follow on fb

    1301. Csehcouponmom says:

      Learned around 4-5

    1302. Hrobinson01 says:

      According to my mom, I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike!

    1303. Hrobinson01 says:

      I follow SS by daily emails!

    1304. mamagibson says:

      I am a fan on facebook.

    1305. mamagibson says:

      I share don facebook

    1306. Grisy says:

      I follow the daily email

    1307. Wendy says:

      6 or 7

    1308. Jleg says:

      10 and my baby sis taught me how to ride a bike!!

    1309. Julie says:

      I am horrible at balancing. I couldn't ride a 2 wheel bike until I was 13. Thankfully, my children have a great dad who have taught them early.

    1310. StaciN says:

      I think I was about 8- not sure though.

    1311. Michelle M says:

      Follow Southern Savers on Facebook

    1312. Michelle M says:

      My parents bought me my first “grown-up” bike, no training wheels when I was about 8. It was great!

    1313. Allison says:

      I was five when I learned how to ride a bike. It was a Strawberry Shortcake bike, and I loved it.

    1314. CJ says:

      I was Five – had to learn – we biked to school. Oh, the good old days.

    1315. Ywx17 says:

      learn from friends to and back from school

    1316. Shaky3 says:

      have a cousin that has a rough past few months, is trying to get his life back in order, he has to walk 2 miles to work & back (THANKFUL he has finally gotten a job) – he can't drive & we have been looking @ a bike for him – with money as tight as it is we just can't afford it right now – would love to show him how God hears our prayers & is willing to help those that believe & are willing

    1317. Dana says:

      Probably between 6-8. I remember asking my daddy to take the training wheels off, then put them back, then take them off, then put them on, etc. He finally got tired of it and left them off and I learned to ride lol!

    1318. Kristen says:

      My dad taught me to ride when I was in first grade.

    1319. Colinandlaurie says:

      I think I was 3 or 4 when I first learned. My oldest son is now 6 and LOVES his bike. He rides all the time. He is soon to outgrow it, so it would be nice to give him one that is better for his size!

    1320. cowboyfan88 says:

      Following you and tweeted Stop by @SouthernSavers to win a bicycle from Performance Bicycle @performance_inc #wingiveaways

    1321. Crystalayoder says:

      My Daddy taught me to ride when I was around 6. After that I was known for riding my bike around.

    1322. cowboyfan88 says:

      I shared on Facebook

    1323. cowboyfan88 says:

      RSS subscriber

    1324. Heather says:

      I was 4 when I learned. My older son is 4 years old and has outgrown his bike. He's so wants a new one for Christmas!!

    1325. Donna says:

      I was 5 when I learned how to ride a bike. My 5 year old granddaughter asked Santa for a bike just last night!

    1326. Jodi says:

      I was five when I learned how to ride a bike. I remember I was so excited because I could finally “hang” with the big kids.

    1327. Sabevandagriff says:

      I am a Follower on fb

    1328. Nutszmom says:

      When I first learned to ride a bike, I thought I was so clever when I continually said to people “Ask me how I learned to ride a bike.” and when they did, I would answer, “With a lot of bumps and bruises!” and then laugh hysterically at myself. I was about 5 or 6….

    1329. D8 says:

      I remember getting my first real bicycle clearly! It was hot pink with a big white basket on the front with flowers on it. No telling how many miles I put on that bike just riding up and down the sidewalk in front of my house.

    1330. Jameseliza says:

      I was 5 and at a campground

    1331. Jameseliza says:

      i follow on FB too

    1332. Shanvickery says:

      I was 6 years old when I first rode a bike!

    1333. Mandylw says:

      I was a determined little tomboy who learned to ride my little red bike at 5 yrs old! :O)

    1334. Cathy W. says:

      I was 5 years old when I learned to ride a bike. My older brother was suppose to be “pushing” me. I drove down our steep driveway into my Dad's pickup truck.

    1335. Stereomom says:

      I was about 5 or 6 when I learned to ride without training wheels! :-)

    1336. Stereomom says:

      I follow on Facebook & have posted on twitter and Facebook.

    1337. Kamnsc says:

      I was about 6 and learned in our front yard in the grass.

    1338. Lisa says:

      I was about 5 years old.

    1339. Nikkiinknox says:

      I follow southernsavers on FB!

    1340. April says:

      I follow on FB.

    1341. April says:

      I learned to ride around 6. I was so proud of myself. My first bike wreck sent me to the hospital. I was still fearless and got back on the next week, even though my mom said no. :P

    1342. JessicaC says:

      I think I was 8 or 9…

    1343. Jeanniec says:

      My 5 year old has outgrown her bike and we would be thrilled to receive this. She would then again be able to ride with sisters and brother. She is a little tall for her age so I bet this could be a perfect fit.

    1344. Katie says:

      I am following SS on FB!

    1345. Marilyncrisp says:

      I have a 7 year old grandson who is the youngest of 6. He would LOVE a new bike that's not a hand me down. Southern Savers rocks!

    1346. Elizabeth P says:

      I follow on Facebook!

    1347. Amber C says:

      I think I was about 7 yrs. old. My brother took me to the top of a hill, down our dirt road, and let me go. I did great until I hit a hole at full speed and went flying past the handle bars. No more hills for me for a long time.

    1348. Amber C says:

      I follow on FaceBook.

    1349. Angel_in_Charleston says:

      I follow SS on Facebook!

    1350. Angel_in_Charleston says:

      I think I was around 6-7 years old. I remember having a bright red beginner bike with training wheels. Within days of learning to ride, I wanted the training wheels off, and in no time, I moved up to a bigger bike. Oh, the freedom!

    1351. Raderam says:

      I think my dad tried to take the training whelels off when I was 4…he always wanted me to learn fast!

    1352. amy says:

      i was 4 years old when i learned to ride bicycle

    1353. amy says:

      i follow Southern Savers on facebook

    1354. Rhoadesaa says:

      I was 6 or 7 when I learned to ride a bike!

    1355. subellis says:

      Learned to ride a bike at age 5

    1356. Lanavdixon says:

      I don't remember how old I was, but one year my sister, brother and I all got new bikes for Christmas and they were stolen out of our backyard a few days later, very sad.

    1357. christine says:

      I think I was around 4-5. I can't remember exactly…that was a LONG time ago!

    1358. christine says:

      I follow on facebook!

    1359. a moore says:

      I think I was 6 years old.

    1360. Michelle Fuller says:

      When I was seven years old, I wanted a pink bicycle with a banana seat. I didn't get the banana seat, but I did get a beautiful pink bicycle with pink and purple flowers on the seat. I loved that bicycle. In learning to ride it, I wobbled my way around a dirt drive in our yard. With the exception of one bicycle memory, most are happy. One of our cats did not move when I was learning to ride and I ran over him. He was ok, but I was sad. Though I had not fallen, I had to learn to get back on. And, after much loving on the kitty, I did! :)

    1361. nancy says:

      I think I was 5 and then as a teenager I rode my bike around the neighborhood with my girlfriends. It was soo much fun!!!!!

    1362. subellis says:

      I follow u on facebook

    1363. Crystal says:

      I was 10 when I first learned to ride a bike. We moved a few months before I turned 10, and previous to that, we hadn't lived in a neighborhood, just a house on a street which was fairly busy. Our house was only 4 houses (up-hill) from the cul de sac at the end of our street, and I spent countless hours coasting down that hill then trekking my way back up.

    1364. Kelly says:

      A friend's brother once “fixed” the tire on my bike. I went over a bump, the tire fell off, and I had to walk home with a bloody knee while pushing this bike with only one wheel!

    1365. Kelly says:

      I follow on facebook

    1366. Allyson says:

      I was six. I was doing great and then I realized that my Dad had let go of the back. I turned around to look at him and fell head first into a broken sidewalk. The rest of the afternoon was spent getting 12 stitches to the forehead. In spite of it all, I managed to do it again the next day (without looking back)!

    1367. Trudieisbell1 says:

      I was pretty young. I can't quite remember how old!

    1368. Melanie says:

      I was too young to remember! My sister and I are only a year a part and I can remember us riding all over the place.

    1369. Doreen says:

      Gosh! I don't remember how old I was, but I remember my Daddy helping me by holding onto the back of the seat as I peddled down the the dirt driveway (no training wheels). It was when I was down the driveway that he told me he was no longer holding on, and indeed he wasn't – I was doing it all by myself!! Thanks for the chance to win!

    1370. Fivevalentines says:

      I was 6, and all I remember is my oldest cousin saying he would hold the back while I rode, and next thing I knew he wasn't. I made it a little while before crashing.

    1371. Joyceyork12 says:

      I was seven, on my cousin's hand-me-down and could barely touch the pedals. Had a long driveway, though, so got to ride and practice a lot. Loved it and miss riding even today.

    1372. Aawest0 says:

      I was 3 years old when I learned how to ride a bike. NO ONE believes this, but I have family members that will tell you that it's true!

    1373. Catherine says:

      I was about 5 years old when I learned to ride. My brother was so excited that I could now ride with him, that he came a little too close to me on his bike and I crashed(really bad) on my first day of no training wheels!!

    1374. Slwaldroup2001 says:

      I learned to ride when I was 6. My best friend told me her bike was magic. She said that all her brothers had learned on this bike and that it would not fall over. She gave me a push and I've been riding ever since!

    1375. M Harrison says:

      Learned to ride when I was about 7. Always terrified of getting hurt!

    1376. Stefani56 says:

      I follow on Facebook!

    1377. Stefani56 says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride my bike!

    1378. Wmorgan says:

      I can't really remember when I first learned to ride a bike but I do remember riding from my house to my grandmother's house. We lived on a dirt road and the sand was very trickey to ride a bike through. Needless to say, I had great calf muscles by the end of the summer.

    1379. Denise says:

      With my mom by my side, I learned to ride my bike when I was 5 years old.

    1380. Tanyalulu says:

      I follow on Facebook

    1381. Cstanton1 says:

      I am a fan on facebook. Learned to ride a bike when I was 4. Still riding!

    1382. Pam says:

      I learned how to ride a bicycle when I was 4 years old. My dad would come out and help us ride. We feel off our bicycles alot but we sure would laugh alot. I remember those special times in my life. I miss them.

    1383. cynthia says:

      I remember getting my “big” bike. My brother got one too.

    1384. Gwendykss says:

      I never was able to ride my bike w/o training wheels till I was 10 yrs old. But one day I decided to try and took my wheels off and we lived on a hill and our driveway went straightdown that hill. So off i went down my drive on a busy street and didn't turn the wheel and hit my across the streets rail road tiles and flipped over. Nothing hurt but that was before helmets. I wasn't too thrilled to get back on my bike for a while.

    1385. Thelandrys00 says:

      I tweeted this.

    1386. Pickal1 says:

      Ha! I was a slow learner – was too scared to really get the hang of it! Then we moved as I was beginning to learn it. So my bike was in storage forever! I finally mastered it around 12 years!!

    1387. Thelandrys00 says:

      I don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride. I do however remember how old I was when I learned to crash, I was seven.

    1388. Katkoupon says:

      I really don't remember how old I was when I learned to ride a bike, just that I've been able to ride ever since I can remember. Two of my older brothers and I would ride and ride (we lived in the country with lots of dirt roads and woods to ride in). The first bike I remember was pink with the white basket on the front and pink & purple streamers from the handle bars. I loved it! Thanks for helping me remember, it's been a while since I've been down that part of memory lane!

    1389. Katkoupon says:

      I follow you on facebook. Thanks!

    1390. Mandy H. says:

      I learned to ride my bike when I was about 5 years old. Been biking ever since.

    1391. Mandy H. says:

      I “like” you on FB. :)

    1392. Delores says:

      NEVER DID LEARN TO RIDE A BIKE

    1393. Couponellie says:

      My Dad taught me when I was about six. I vividly remember how scared I was that he was going to let go and I'd have to pedal on my own. When he finally let go I turned around and saw our neighbor's dog Sam chasing me and growling so I pedaled my little heart out. lol. Let me tell you, that is one quick way to learn to pedal on your own!!

    1394. Netniki says:

      I learned to ride a bike in kindegarden, however, the training wheels didn't come off until 3rd grade when my little sister learned how to ride without them first and I didn't want to ride with them anymore.

    1395. Koalakid517 says:

      i was 5 years old road my bike around the block without any training wheels!

    1396. Meanddblj says:

      I “like” SS on FB!

    1397. Jess says:

      I already follow Southern Savers on fb

    1398. Patnbrandye says:

      I posted this on FB!

    1399. Jessica says:

      I was 6 when I learned to ride. I was finally inspired to take the training wheels off when my day school had a bring your bike to school day.

    1400. Milian says:

      I don't really remember when I first started to ride a bike. Maybe 6? when we moved to the suburbs.

    1401. Milian says:

      I follow you on Facebook.

    1402. Wilsondj7 says:

      Being the youngest of 4 and trailing after 2 brothers made me want to ride early. I started teaching myself how to ride without trainers at age 4. Since we lived in the country my brothers and I have loads of scars from bike mishaps from jumping ditches, logs and running into ponds. Ah to be a kid again….or maybe not.

    1403. Jennifer says:

      I follow you on FB

    1404. Jennifer says:

      I get your daily emails.

    1405. Jlee429 says:

      I think I learned to ride a bike when I was 6 years old.

    1406. Jlee429 says:

      I follow on Facebook!

    1407. Melcooke says:

      Not sure how old, but I know that my sister and I only had one to share….one sat on seat and one on handle bars!

    1408. dealfinder86 says:

      I follow on FB! :)

    1409. Camiele says:

      Oops, I meant to write that I am a fan on Facebook, not Twitter.

    1410. CarolinaGirl80 says:

      I was about 5 when I learned to ride a bike.

    1411. coriwestphal says:

      I'd go with the Girls bike!

      coriwestphal at msn dot com

    1412. rgb says:

      I was about 7 years old when I learned to ride without training wheels :)

    1413. Jgb115 says:

      Sad story, when I was young I would never put on my shoes to ride my bike. Well, I learned the hard way. I scraped my put against the ground and my entire big toenail came off. Very painful! Please, wear shoes to ride your bike!

    1414. Obxagee says:

      i was 5 when i learned

    1415. Jgb115 says:

      AND I am a fan on FB

    1416. Obxagee says:

      i follow on fb

    1417. Toesnsnd says:

      I follow on Facebook

    1418. Picketts4023 says:

      I just taught my three year old how to ride a bike like his brothers…

    1419. Toesnsnd says:

      I learned when I was around 5. My bike had a banana seat… those were the days : )

    1420. Kim Griffin says:

      My son is 5 and has never rode on a bike. I know harsh! but, havent been able to afford one. kim

    1421. Jlhiggins1527 says:

      I was around five years old when I learned to ride a bike with no training wheels. My dad put a sticker on the brand new red Schwinn that said “Showoffs Get Hurt”. I will never forget that saying and say it now to my 6 year old daughter…too funny:)

    1422. Williamsholly says:

      I was a late bloomer – I was about 8 years old before I learned to ride my bike without training wheels.

    1423. Donella says:

      I follow on facebook!

    1424. Silvana Vera says:

      I was three when I learn and never stop

    1425. cindy hall says:

      around three or four

    1426. Brblease says:

      I was seven years old when i learned to ride my bike. My daddy took the training wheels off put me on the bike and pushed me. Then he yelled peddal i did for a moment, fail down, but got up and did it again.

    1427. Clarissa says:

      I am not sure when I learned I never owned my own bike,,

    1428. Anna says:

      I was 4 when I first learned how to ride without training wheels. I had streamers on the handlebars and a kid's license plate on the back of my bike! I thought I was hot stuff!

    1429. Bbookie1953 says:

      I was 5 years old and skinned up my leg.

    1430. Cjrtl5 says:

      I was 5 .sure like this one for my son

    1431. Marcnalisha says:

      I will never forget the day that I learned to ride without training wheels. It has stuck with me! Ha! Ha! I was 6 years old and it was a hot summer day. My dad was holding on to the back of my banana seat (remember those?) and he let go before I was ready. I cut it hard to the right and lost my balance. I landed right smack dab in the middle of a blackberry patch. I was like Brer' Rabbit in the patch crying and howling at the top of my lungs. I am pretty sure that my dad turned that duty over to my mother after the drama of that day! Thankfully, I caught on soon after that!

    1432. Jilbeanie says:

      I dont remember when I learned but heres my cute story.
      My 4 year old insisted that we take off his training wheels the month he turned 4. My husband and I took him in our yard and my husband explained to him not to stop petalling. My husband pushed him 1 time and he rode his bike right into my legs and fell and couldnt stop giggling…

    1433. Jilbeanie says:

      I follow on FB

    1434. Smith797341 says:

      5yrs old

    1435. Mford6850 says:

      i remember getting my first bicycle at christmas when i was 5 or 6 i believe. i just know my dad got me on it and let me go on my own without anyone holding on. i guess i survived! i subscribe by email and i would love to get my grandson a bike to learn on. i know i will teach him differently than i learned!

    1436. Mford6850 says:

      i tweeted the giveaway @mford6850.

    1437. Mford6850 says:

      i am a fan on facebook.

    1438. Mford6850 says:

      i follow on twitter.

    1439. Robertaadgarrett says:

      I was7 years old I had a purple bike with a banana seat! I ran smack dab into a bumper of the neighbors car.

    1440. Kim O. says:

      I tweeted about the giveaway @iamwednesday

    1441. Kim O. says:

      I follow southern savers on facebook and rss feeds and email!!!

    1442. Anelma1 says:

      I was probably five when I learned to ride a bike

    1443. Sbarker520 says:

      Not sure…gosh I would have to talk to my mom but if I had to guess it would be 5ish!~

    1444. lbelle says:

      It seems I was always riding my bike! Each year my sister and I, along with the neighborhood kids organized a bike parade. We lined up lawn chairs along the driveway for the parents.

    1445. lbelle says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook!

    1446. river says:

      follow on FB

    1447. Bonnie says:

      I was 5 or 6 when I learned to ride. I loved my bike with the big banana seat.

    1448. Bonnie says:

      follow on FB

    1449. Kevinstacy says:

      I think I was around six. I had those dangly things on the handle bar. I thought I was “hot stuff”.

    1450. PlaceofGrace777 says:

      I cant remeber exactly how old i was but I loved riding my bike Everyday and had a blast with my brothers and sister. I actually broke my arm on a bike showing off! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

    1451. Thiamaria says:

      i think i was around 10

    1452. Thiamaria says:

      follow on facebook

    1453. Hmcooke1282 says:

      I was probably 5 or 6.

    1454. megsc says:

      I think I was 5 years old when I learned how to ride a bike.

    1455. Shelley north says:

      I was 4 years old.

    1456. Amanda S says:

      I remember learning to ride on a dirt road when I was about 5ish.

    1457. Chairty R. says:

      I learned to ride when I was 7 and loved every minute.

    1458. Christy says:

      I was 7 when I learned to ride a bike. My sister's husband was the one who taught me. I still remember how excited I was to be a 'big kid' :)

    1459. Crystal says:

      I learned to ride with no hands when I was 10, unfortunatly is was down a hill and the ground wanted to give me a hug.

    1460. camper2 says:

      I think I was 6 when I got my first bike – PINK!
      Thanks for the giveaway!

    1461. melissa says:

      I was 6!!! Fast learner!

    1462. camper2 says:

      I also subscribe to daily emails

    1463. arj says:

      i learned how to ride a bike in the first grade.

    1464. arj says:

      i follow on facebook and email

    1465. Debbie says:

      Would love, love, love this bike for my little man! What a nice Christmas gift this awesome gift would be!

    1466. Sjwinkle says:

      I don't exactly remember, but maybe 5 when the training wheels came off?

    1467. Sjwinkle says:

      I follow you on facebook

    1468. KimB says:

      I was probably 6 or 7 when I learned to ride a bike…quite a few years ago.

    1469. Alison0129 says:

      I follow on FB

    1470. Rustyha99 says:

      Follow FB

    1471. Rustyha99 says:

      Gosh it was early when I learned thats all we did no video games or TV we were outside all the time!!

    1472. Andreza Dejesus says:

      I was about 11 years old.

    1473. Keita says:

      I was around 7 when I learned.

    1474. Keita says:

      FB follower

    1475. daisysmom says:

      i was 6 years old when i learned to ride a bike..my cousin aaron taught me and i
      ended up flying into the cement stairs in front of the house and busting up my nose
      ..my nose a a scab that covered it entirely for a month! not fun!

    1476. Mikesarahm says:

      I was taught to ride a bike by my patient and loving girlfriend around the age of 10.

    1477. frugalbeth says:

      When I was nine, I had a HUGE bike crash the day before Easter and could barely walk!

    1478. L Osterhoudt says:

      I WAS ABOUT 5 OR 6 WHEN MY DAD SHOWED ME HOW TO RIDE A BIKE.

    1479. Uncloudnessblue says:

      okay I was 6 and in boston and we lived in the suburds and my dad came home for a deployment and showed me and my twin sister how to ride our bikes. My son is 7 and he is so tall that we have already bought him 2 bikes he grow out of. So this would be a great gift!

    1480. Uncloudnessblue says:

      also, on facebook

    1481. Couponafwife says:

      I was in Germany I was about 5 and my Dad showed me how to ride a bike. I would love to get a bike for my son. He needs a new bike.

    1482. Samsamblue4u says:

      I learned to ride a bike at 10 years old. I had no training wheel, straight to two-wheels.

    1483. Samsamblue4u says:

      email subscriber

    1484. Susie says:

      I was 5 years old when I got my first bike for Christmas and learned how to ride. It was a used bike but painted like new again.

    1485. Suarezks says:

      daily suscriber to SS

    1486. Pam Fordham says:

      Southern Savers daily subscriber

    1487. Mwoods728 says:

      I don't remember learning but I do remember my first dirt bike (boys bike made for jumping and rough riding). I got it for Christmas and my parents hid it in my outside playhouse. My 8 year old daughter needs a new bike.

    1488. Tammy says:

      I learned to ride (sort of) when I was about nine years old. I was visiting a friends house and she decided to teach me. I still have a scar on my leg from the inevitable crash that happened-luckinly her mom was a nurse so she patched me right up. I would love a girl bike for my almost six year old!

    1489. happycheferic says:

      Learning the freedom of balance from training wheels is fantastic. The first time Mom let go and I steadied myself on two wheels, I kept going to the end of the block.

    1490. Cpshirey says:

      I learned to ride a bike during summer vacation when I was 8 or 9.

    1491. Cheryl_landis says:

      learned to ride my bike on our “flat street” by our house- without training wheels around 5 or 6 years old…

    1492. Cheryl_landis says:

      follow you on facebook, reader, and email

    1493. Tina19691 says:

      I was 6 years old

    1494. Tina19691 says:

      6 years

    1495. Hox says:

      5 years old

    1496. Michelle Stacey says:

      I was 7 years old when I learned to ride a bike, and my little girl is 5 she hasn't learned without training wheels yet.

    1497. Sgaddes says:

      Learned about 6 years old, my mom took me to the biggest hill in the neighborhood, it was great! until I flew over the handlebars and took a spill on asphalt. Mom told me I could go home or get back on “my horse”, which I did, and success!

    1498. Courtney says:

      I think I was four when I learned how to ride a bike.

    1499. Courtney says:

      I follow on Facebook and email.

    1500. Heather says:

      I think I was about 5 years old. My first bike was a Pink Lady…remember those?

    1501. Nataliejones79 says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride without training wheels. It took me a long time to master how to use the brakes so the only way I could stop was to run into things (trees, porch, deck, fence, etc.) Needless to say I was covered in bruises from head to toe.

    1502. Billie says:

      Would love to win a bike to give to a child on Christmas morning.

    1503. Roweaglejacket1 says:

      I was 5 when i learned to ride a bike alone.

    1504. Roweaglejacket1 says:

      I follow Southern Savers on FB

    1505. Janice says:

      I was 6 and I still remember the excitement/fear when my Daddy let go of that bike!

    1506. Janice says:

      I follow Southern Savers on Facebook!

    1507. Coupon Kait says:

      I was 6 and my dad forgot to mention how to stop the bike before he let me coast down a hill by myself. I crashed through a neighbors fence but was unharmed

    1508. Coupon Kait says:

      I follow on facebook

    1509. Coupon Kait says:

      I shared on facebook

    1510. sbuchanan says:

      5 years old

    1511. Jenn says:

      I think I was about 7 years old,my dad taught me how to ride without training wheels. He would hold onto the back of my bike helping me balance, but then he would let go every so often. When he did this, I would turn my head around to see if he was still holding on my bike but I would lose my balance and fall off my bike. After about a week, I finally got it and could do it by myself. This is a great memory I have of my dad and now he is teaching my 7 year old son how to ride his bike.

    1512. Bruubaby1 says:

      I am a FB follower

    1513. Bruubaby1 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 6 1/2

    1514. Crystal says:

      I remember learning to ride my bike wen I was 6 n my strawberry shrtcake banana seat bike :)

    1515. Crystal says:

      I follow you on facebook

    1516. Cookbookmom says:

      I was 8 or 9 before I got the hang of riding a 2-wheeler. My younger sister learned before I did!

    1517. Cookbookmom says:

      I subscribe to this blog's RSS feed.

    1518. I remember learning to ride my bike on a road with more potholes than smooth street :) Ohio winters sure eat up the road, and make for many extra skinned knees for a 6 year old learning to ride her bike :)

    1519. Jill says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 8 or 9 years old.

    1520. Jill says:

      Follow on Facebook!

    1521. Kg4uud says:

      Well I don't remember how old I was when I finally learned to ride. I just remember the hand me down bike my cousins gave to me one Christmas. It was a bright yellow Bumble Bee Bike with a yellow and black banana seat. WOW! I still get excited when I think of all the ramps we would build and jump. Oh and the dirt roads, creek beds, and sliding tires we used to do. To bad we had to grow up!

    1522. LE says:

      I remember one Christmas, when I was about 7-8 years old . . . my sweet Uncle bought me a Strawberry Shortcake bicycle. It had the long banana seat and tall handlebars! My Mom took a picture of my reaction as I was told to go out into the front room of my Grandmother's home (where we celebrated our Christmas together as a family) and there was my brand new bike sitting and just waiting for me!!! I was SO excited that I wanted to go out and ride it then!! (We opened our presents after midnight on Christmas Eve, so needless to say, I had to wait until the “next day” to ride my new bike.)

    1523. Cj says:

      1. I was about 5 years old.
      2. I “like” SS facebook.

    1524. Peewee14253 says:

      I was 5 yrs old. I follow on FB and email.

    1525. Holly says:

      I learned to ride a bike when i was 6 yrs old and i recieved my sweet pea bike for Christmas and was soo excited!! I follow you on facebook as well!

    1526. Bsmith says:

      I was four when I learned to ride a bike for the first time…and I rode foour whole blocks before I fell!

    1527. Debbie P says:

      Don't remember how old I was, but do remember plenty of times falling off.

    1528. Debbie P says:

      Subscribe via e-mail

    1529. Debbie P says:

      Follow on Facebook

    1530. Tammy says:

      I must have been about 4 years old.

    1531. Rwtjones says:

      I learned to ride when I got my first bike (banana seat) first my 4th Christmas.

    1532. BT says:

      It was tough learning to ride – our driveway was sloped concrete that ran into gravel! Ouch.

    1533. Jennic says:

      oh such a funny story I have ..I was SO scared to ride my bike cried and screamed every time my Dad tried to teach me! He would run behind me and I would cry and cry, I did not start riding alone until I was 7!!! But my poor younger sister…I decided I would teach her to ride (even though I was to scared to do it). I pushed her down a BIG hill and told her to start peddling!! (boy was I mad when she was riding before me..ha ha!!). We still laugh about that today 25 years later!!

    1534. Melissa says:

      We moved in 3rd grade. All I can remember is I was riding a bike way before that in my old neighborhood (without training wheels)…but I don't know when. I've been riding every since…enjoy triathlons and have done an ironman. Would LOVE my daughter to have a performance bike! I order lots of their equipment and love there sales!

    1535. Melissa says:

      and I follow you on facebook

    1536. Ejmosley says:

      I was four or five years old when I learned to ride my bike. My dad taught me on a big yellow bike with a “banana seat”.

    1537. K_cannan says:

      Don't recall how old I was when I learned to ride a bike, but I do remember when I got my first ten speed for Christmas, because in Lexington (SC) it was like 78 degrees on Christmas day and I rode it around in my shorts –

    1538. K_cannan says:

      I follow on Facebook.

    1539. tristan bates says:

      I am a facebook fan

    1540. tristan bates says:

      I think I was 4 when I learned to ride a bike

    1541. Mahalia52 says:

      Fb follower

    1542. KristiR says:

      I get the daily email.

    1543. KristiR says:

      I woke up to find a bicycle under the Christmas tree. Years later I found out that Mama and Daddy were just as surprised as I was. I had other gifts from Santa so they did not know where the bike came from. They eventually found out that one of my teenage brothers bought it for me without them knowing.

    1544. Chairty R. says:

      I follow on facebook

    1545. Kelly D. says:

      I was 4 when I first learned to ride a bike.

    1546. Sironrobin says:

      I was about 6 when I first learned to ride a bike without training wheels. My grandparents owned a big field with a hill and my Dad followed me down the hill until I had enough confidence for him to let go.

    1547. January says:

      This would make a great gift for my son.

    1548. Amelvincare says:

      I cant remember. I remember a bad fall when I was in 6th grade!

    1549. Jennifer P says:

      I was 5 or 6.

    1550. MomofEE&I says:

      I think I was 4 or 5

    1551. MomofEE&I says:

      I follow you on Facebook too

    1552. Eileen says:

      I first learned at around 6 and we had to share bikes with 9 kids, so the smallest bike was worn out by the time I got to it. I had to get on a big bike while hanging on part way to a fence and then push off and pray like crazy!

    1553. Eileen says:

      Email subscriber!

    1554. Brandie7_10 says:

      I was four with training wheels of course and as i recall at five is when i lost my first tooth falling off that same bicycle

    1555. Brandie7_10 says:

      fiollowing by email and facebook

    1556. candice W says:

      i follow you on facebook

    1557. Liz V. says:

      I was 9 or 10 before I learned because I had/have no balance!

    1558. Harm0617 says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was 7…can still remember all the falls I took along the way.

    1559. Coupon Newbie says:

      This would be a neat gift to win!

    1560. Hollandgirls says:

      I learned to ride a bike when I was about 6-7 yrs …I remember riding down our driveway and being scared to stop and crashing in the bushes!!

    1561. Mayira says:

      I think I was in second grade when I learned how to ride without training wheels.

    1562. Samantha says:

      I would love to win this bike. I work with kids and there are several of them that would love this bike.

    1563. Shawnfullcirle says:

      I was about 5 years old

    1564. Theresa says:

      I don't remember for sure, but must have been around 10, when we got our first family bicycle.

    1565. Mary says:

      We didnt have a good place to ride until we moved when I was in the 4th grade. So i guess 10 ish.

    1566. Luvin2coupon says:

      The growth guarantee & the fact that it's already assembled are both very cool. My 7 yr old would love a new bike!

    1567. Amber says:

      I was 8 years old.

    1568. Amber says:

      I already follow Southern Savers.

    1569. Amber says:

      I shared this giveaway on Facebook.

    1570. Karla says:

      I think I was about 5 or 6 and let's just say that “Look, no hands” never turns out well!

    1571. Kmh826 says:

      I was around 7 years old when I learned. My dad didn't tell me how to stop though and I had to jump off going down the hill.

    1572. Kmh826 says:

      facebook follower

    1573. Cjeheart says:

      I was 5 when I learned to ride. I had to keep up with all the neighborhood kids!

    1574. Mcramer0330 says:

      I don't know how old I was when I first learned to ride a bike, but I was 20 when I learned to ride a bike for the second time. My then boyfriend (now husband) convinced me mountain bike riding would be a fun activity for us to do together. He took me to buy a bike, and we hit what he called an “easy route.” After flying over the handlebars, running over a live snake, and crashing into a bush with prickly leaves, I realize that the old adage “it's like riding a bicycle…you never forget how” is serioulsy misleading. One CAN forget how to ride a bicycle. :)

    1575. Rachael S. says:

      I think that I was 5 when I learned to ride a bike.

    1576. 3John Verse4 says:

      Girl's bike. We lived on top of a heel & learned how to ride by coasting down to the bottom. I only creamed the fence twice!

    1577. Heather S. says:

      i used to ride my bike around in the culdesack where I lived as a child with my eyes closed and no hands on the bars. I kept this nice trick up until I hit the curb and flew over my basket and bit the concrete! Ouch!