A “Learn to Bike” Class for Kids in June

The West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance is holding its first ?learn to bike? class of 2012 to get more kids off training wheels and enjoying the freedom of two wheels.

We use a safe and effective method that teaches kids to balance on their bikes without pedals or training wheels. Then the pedals go back on and we review how to start and stop. No clutching the back of the seat! Children generally learn pretty quickly, though they may need more practice with mom and dad the next day. ?It works! We?ve already taught more than 700 kids. Watch the video from our first class!

This session is being held at the West Windsor Farmers? Market on June 16 and is being offered to WWBPA members only. Kids can begin arriving at 9.m. and stay as long as they like, until the market closes at 1 p.m. The market is held at the Vaughn Drive commuter parking lot.

Not sure if your membership is current? You should have received an acknowledgment letter from us in the past year. Or ask, and we can check our records.

Preregistration via [email protected] is required.

Bring a bike in good working order; kids should be able to touch the ground while seated. Helmets are required and can be purchased from the WWBPA for just $10.


One Response to “A “Learn to Bike” Class for Kids in June”

  1. Didem Simsek Gungor says:

    My son is 6 years old.He’s first grade.We want to registration to learn to bike



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