When small chap saw it he squealed with delight, climbed on and waddled off, talking. Test not a success. That he screamed when he was quickly taken off it is no compliment.
The handlebars are too high and far forward, so he uses it as a walker and tips it over. I knew that, but not sure moving them back and down will keep his nappy on the saddle.
Then there’s the risk of his feet getting chomped by those knobbly tyres, requiring £30 on slicks, and I can’t think how to stop his feet going under other than training. Shifting the axle further back will create problems going round corners.
Cunning plans welcome.