In the process of taking them off the chain wouldn't stay on so he didn't get a chance to try it out that day. The next day I got it fixed. Finally, Friday Kenny to him out to the cul-de-sac to let him try his bike out.
Kenny help hold him up and ran along side him for a brief moment and then he was off. No questions asked, no falling, no problem at all. He rocked it! Kenny needed help get him started but then he was good to go.
This weekend Kenny to him out again and he didn't even need any help getting started. We are both so amazed by how fast he has picked up riding with out training wheels.
The other most amazing part of it was how nonchalant he was about the whole thing. If you know Shane, you know nothing is easy going with him. All activities and all tasks come with a million plus questions and most often a lot of nerves, fear and anxiousness. Except it seems riding your bike. Then there are no questions asked.