Thursday, April 25, 2013

La petite bicyclette


Petite bicyclette


Complete with kickstand, hand brakes, and sturdy lock, 
this little bicycle holds its own amid the full-size bikes.


Oh, and do not forget the necessary bell.


zoom-zoom!


Rue Keller
75011, Paris

19 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Priceless!! I can just imagine the proud young one parking his bike with the "big guys"! Delightful capture for the day, Genie!
Hugs
Sylvia

Tamera said...

It is quite adorable!

Cezar and Léia said...

Gorgeous bike! :)
Léia

Revrunner said...

Cute!

Joe said...

Oh ... So cute Genie.

xStroutx said...

That is super cute!

Alain said...

Pas vraiment complet, puisqu'il n'a pas de pédales...

brattcat said...

ring, ring.

Down Raspberry Lane said...

It's a Wee-Rider! My granddaughter was given one by my aunt, who said that the Europeans use these pedal-less bikes to teach the kids to balance, instead of using training wheels. She learned very quickly, and loves her little "balance bike".

Jeanie said...

The bell is the best part. I have to say whenever I see bikes in Paris, my heart jumps to my throat in fear!

Alexa said...

Too cute! All of the little kids I know love these, because they can learn to ride without having training wheels.

Bibi said...

I remember my kids' first bikes.... We didn't do training wheels either.

Mary said...

Love! And you're right. The little bell is an absolute must. :)

Randy said...

That is too cute.

Starman said...

It's cute and looks very sturdy!

Jack said...

I am missing something. Where are the pedals? Maybe this is the Parisian version of what we would call a scooter.

Louise said...

How cool is that? I can't imagine being that cool so young. I find it funny that I noticed there weren't training wheels, but I didn't notice the lack of pedals til I was reading your comments here!

TheChieftess said...

Verrrry cool!!!

Stan said...

I'd love to see to see the pint-sized rider.