Sky and Kia Ballantyne, from Ross-on-Wye, became the youngest entrepreneurs ever to pitch on Dragons’ Den this week.

The pair pitched their Crikey Bikey harness, which helps to teach children to cycle and make the transition from stabilisers to two wheels.

The pair drew praise from the Dragons in the way that they presented and rebuffed questions within the den.

Mobile phone tycoon, Peter Jones, said: “If that is the future of our country it makes me proud to be British.”

The duo were asking for £25,000 for 10% of their business. They did not attract investment but received a proposition from Touker Suleyman.

Touker Suleyman owns a cycling website, called and promised to review the product on his website.

To read the full story, see this week’s edition of the Ross Gazette