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    Walkers- Alinker

    Have you seen the Alinker walking bike advertised? Looks like it might be cool to try out.

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    It really does not put you in a functional walking position though, so would not really be good for developing walking patterning.

    https://www.thealinker.com/

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    It looks like an invitation to a header!
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