Course: Teach Your Child to Ride a Bike

Help your kids learn a life-long skill this back-to-school season! Parents can bring their children and their bikes and helmets to these free, fun events, and they’ll be amazed at how easily their children learn how to ride a two-wheeler. This course is recommended for ages 5 and up.

It is an easy, hands-free, crash-free, and low-stress way for parents to get their children rolling on two wheels. This Bike New York class teaches the basics of balancing, starting, stopping, and steering a bike. Almost 600 kids and their parents have learned this method of riding already this year.

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Course: Teach Your Child to Ride a Bike

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Help your kids learn a life-long skill this back-to-school season! Parents can bring their children and their bikes and helmets to these free, fun events, and they’ll be amazed at how easily their children learn how to ride a two-wheeler. This course is recommended for ages 5 and up. It is an easy, hands-free, crash-free, […]

Sunday: Parents + Kids + Bikes = Brooklyn 2016 KiDS Bike Forum

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If you have kids and you’re holding out for the right time to get them on bikes, the Brooklyn 2016 KiDS Bike Forum, happening in Bed Stuy this weekend, might be for you. Hosted by Brooklyn Transition Center and sponsored by Kidical Mass NYC, Bike New York, and other orgs and businesses, Sunday’s event is aimed […]

Mind the Gender Gap

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Yesterday’s New York Times blog item about why New York women are underrepresented among the city’s bike commuters didn’t sit well with the authors of Streetsblog Network member Let’s Go Ride a Bike. Trisha, one of the blog’s authors and a bike commuter herself in Nashville, sees the piece as part of a trend (epitomized […]