Getting #WheelieCreative With George At ASDA

Getting #WheelieCreative With George At ASDA

I was recently invited by George at ASDA to take part in their #WheelieCreative bike campaign which involves us coming up with a theme for one their children’s bikes and getting a little creative.

Now father christmas kindly bought my big girls bikes christmas just gone so I thought it would be fun to choose a little balance bike for Lottie so she can zoom up and down with her sister’s.

WeeRide Slyde Pink

I went for the WeeRide Slyde balance bike in pink, it caught my eye as it just looks so cool and different to other balance bikes I have seen. Lottie is bit of a shorty so having three height settings for the seat and handle bars is a real bonus for her.

Putting the bike together was really simple, the step by step instructions were clear and easy to read so within about 15 minutes Lottie was ready to go.

So how did we dress our bike?

Well being the little princess in this household I thought we would go for a princess theme, Lottie got all dolled up with a little help from me and her sister’s.



Complete with jewels, a tiara and sparkly shoes Lottie was looking the part.



I attached another little tiara to her bike to give it the royal feel as well. (and the royal cat managed to photo bomb – hi Rosie)

At the moment Lottie is just getting to grips with the balance bike, let’s just say she needs some more practice but over the summer we’re going to make the most of getting outside on the bikes so I am sure it won’t be long till she is ruling the roads (or pavement).


The WeeRide Slyde is aimed at children 18 months – 4 years. You can see here the three different heights, Lottie is of corse on the lowest at the moment and her feet can just about reach the floor so she will get so much use out of this bike. The plastic frame means it’s lightweight so easy to transport as we all know kids are on and off bikes every 5 minutes so it’s nice not to be lugging around something really heavy.

bike 1

Thankyou to George at ASDA for inviting us to take part in their #WheelieCreative campaign We’ve had a lot of fun creating a princess perfect bike, I will keep you all updated on how Lottie gets on with it over the summer.

Bike PIN

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  1. May 16, 2016 / 8:05 pm

    aw this is so cute. i love that she has to be in her fancy dress when out and about x

  2. May 17, 2016 / 6:58 pm

    Ah we did this too and chose a balance bike. LJ is still getting to grips with hers but she loves it! Love that dress! x
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  3. May 18, 2016 / 10:30 am

    I’m still very tempted to buy a balance bike for my nearly 4 year old. He doesn’t pedal and can’t do it he doesn’t have the balance so this might work better for him. Maybe for his birthday. Lovely bike and nice little decoration to it. 🙂

  4. May 19, 2016 / 9:03 am

    Ooh this looks fab. Bella is desperate for a bike so I think she’ll be getting a balance bike for her third birthday. This one is quite different to most I have seen! xo

  5. May 25, 2016 / 8:02 pm

    Great to hear she is enjoying her new balance bike. My toddler is just about big enough to start going on his… although he can’t quite keep up with my big two yet! I love the princess touches! My kids like to dress their bikes up too. x
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