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Two tiny girls prove you don’t need to be big to be a high-roller


TWO tiny girls prove you don’t have to be big to be a high-roller.

Daisy Adams is only two, but can ride on two wheels unaided.

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At just two years old, Daisy Adams is already an accomplished cyclist[/caption]

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Daisy isn’t the only one showing off her skills – three-year-old Autumn Bailey is already a hit at her local skate park[/caption]

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Her mum Tara says she shows an incredibly natural ability for skateboarding even at such a young age[/caption]

She cycled 49 miles in nine days near her home in Bristol.

Daisy completed the impressive ride in honour of her older sister Lily who died 45 minutes after birth.

Mum Helen, 33, said: “During lockdown Daisy would ask to go and see Lily – she’s buried over in Arnos Vale Cemetery.

“So we would bike there – and then thought that charities were really struggling for money.

“Daisy rode 48.8 miles in nine days – she absolutely smashed it.

“People stare at her. She’s very small.”

Daisy has so far raised more than £3,000 for the charity Sands.

And she’s not the only one showing off her skills at such a young age.

Autumn Bailey, from Brighton, is a talented skateboarder aged three.

In adorable footage, she can be seen attempting over and over again to successfully land the drop-in move.

Her exceptional skill level not only turns heads at the local skateboard, but has garnered her an impressive 40,000 followers on Instagram.

Autumn says she “wants to skateboard forever”.

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Daisy has been putting her talent to good use and raised more than £3,000 for the charity Sands[/caption]

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She completed a 49-mile ride over nine days in honour of her sister[/caption]

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