Another Incredible “Learn to Bike” Class

Learn to BikeThe West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance taught another 17 kids to bike without training wheels on Saturday by using a low-stress technique taught to us by Bike New York: take off the pedals and training wheels, lower the seat, learn to glide (and balance) and then put the pedals back on. It’s amazing to see how quickly some kids get it! And others just need a bit more time and encouragement. We think it helps that they see so many others doing the same thing.

Did you see us at the farmers’ market? Check out our photos to see what it’s all about.

Many thanks to all our volunteers! Want to join our crew next year?

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