"Wow, thanks, Dad," Megan said, her eyes sparkling with delight and the biggest smile Dad had ever seen spreading right across her face.
Rabbit was given the best view from the window ledge as Megan and her Dad went out with her bike to join Sean and his friends.
At first Megan was very wobbly and fell off a lot but she was very determined. She never stopped trying and at last she was ready to have a go all on her own. Sean suggested a race.
"You'll never win," Sean laughed, feeling quite proud of his riding skills.
Sean and Megan lined up. Megan's Dad counted down: "Three, Two, One, Go!"
Megan gently pushed off and peddled as fast as she could. Sean was already way in front but she carried on feeling so happy to be riding all by herself at last.
She saw Sean doing tricks in front, showing off. The race was nearly over but then . . . OH NO! What was happening? Sean swerved and then fell off!
Megan couldn't believe it! She kept going and crossed the finishing line . . . first!!
Dad announced Megan the winner and congratulated her with a £5 note. Sean was fine; he had a graze on his knee and felt a bit silly inside.
"Well done, Megan, you deserved to win. Perhaps next time, Sean, you'll remember that pride comes before a fall!" laughed Dad.