Teach Bike Riding In 2 To 10 Minutes

Fastest, easiest, safest, greenest patented teaching process with scientific certainty

Using Pedal Magic to teach bike riding is similar to driving a car. One does not need to know the science behind the scenes or what is under the hood.

Pedal Magic is powered by a creative combination of five scientific principles. Customers evoke the power of these principles through two precise but simple and easy drills. For the curious, the principles involved are centripetal force, operant conditioning, game theory, simulation and geometric probability distribution.

These principles are imbedded in two core Pedal Magic drills. These drills are so easy and fun to do that even 4-year-olds understand them and love doing them. Some parents have written in to say that their children (as young as 9) taught their younger siblings to ride after watching Pedal Magic.

Scientific principles behind Pedal Magic - in English

A stationary bicycle naturally falls either to the left or to the right when let go. Motion makes it easier to keep bicycle in balance, though just keeping it in motion alone is not enough. Without intervention bike will still fall to either side.

Simple description of what keeps a bicycle in balance

There has to be forces that pull the bicycle up to the left if it starts falling to the right, and pull it up to the right if it starts falling to the left, to continually keep the bike upright. Balancing a bicycle is about creating these forces to the left and to the right as needed at the appropriate time (click here to read details of the complete physics that keeps a bicycle in balance). These forces are created by the rider.

Learning how to create these forces is what learning to ride a bicycle is about. Children who learn to ride in traditional or typical commonsense ways learn to create these balancing forces purely by chance. About 7 or 8 out of 9 children succeed over time in learning this way. 1 to 2 out of 9 get off on the wrong foot, continually get frustrated, give up altogether, and grow up to be adults who cannot ride.

The only two abilities necessary to keep a bicycle in balance

Riding a bike has nothing to do with age, intelligence or athletic ability. There are only two factors of influence. Does the child have quick enough reflex/reaction? And does the child have enough pedaling strength to keep bicycle moving? If the answer is yes to both questions the child will be able to learn to ride in minutes. If the answer is no to at least one question, the child will not be able to keep bike in balance.

Bicycle balancing has a binary nature. Meaning, you either do the right thing and stay in balance or not do the right thing and go out of balance. Pedal Magic goes directly to the heart of bicycle balancing, actively intervening through its patented physical process to condition students in minutes to react correctly to keep bicycle in balance. You will see why adding any tool, wheel, hardware or device of any kind to teaching or learning bike riding is simply adding time, money and excess baggage to the process.

This is why we can confidently state that nothing else can guarantee teaching bike riding as easily as Pedal Magic can. And that it is also the only technique that can guarantee to teach anyone (with the two required physical abilities, and without training wheels dependencies) bike riding in just a few minutes.

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