Kiddimoto Managing Director Simon Booth emerged from the BBC's Dragons' Den in September 2011 with the backing of two dragons. The balance bike entrepreneur secured the £75k investment he was looking for in a joint offer from from new dragon Hilary Devey and long-timer Duncan Bannatyne. Enlisting the help of his 3 year old daughter Ruby, who demonstrated one of Kiddimoto's pedal free wooden bikes in the Den, a joint deal for 15% equity each was struck. "You could say I felt like 100 smiles per hour afterwards" said Simon. All content is owned by the BBC. No copyright infringement intended.