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Course: Teach Your Child to Ride a Bike

10:46 AM EDT on September 1, 2007

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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