Our Learn to Bike class returns on June 4

The WWBPA will hold its popular Learn to Bike class for kids in the upper Vaughn Drive parking lot (next to the Farmers Market) on Saturday, June 4.

Children should be at least 5 years old, and we encourage parents to become members of the WWBPA, either in person on June 4th or in advance online. Your membership is an investment in making West Windsor a more walkable and bikeable community.

Please bring a working bicycle that fits your child, a helmet (or buy one from the WWBPA for $12), and this completed waiver form. Then leave the teaching to us. Arrive between 9:30 AM and 11:30 AM; we will end the class at 12:30 PM.

Our technique is simple: remove training wheels AND pedals, practice balance on two wheels, then reattach pedals, explain starting AND stopping … and your child will soon be bicycling confidently on two wheels.

Pre-registration is recommended; email us at wwbikeped@gmail.com before June 4. Also email if you have any questions.

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