Have summer travel plans?
How about any that involve TWO wheels?
“Bike Skills 101: Learn to Ride,” is a free two-hour group class that has been designed for children who are ready to ride bicycles without training wheels. Featuring experienced teachers and traffic-free environments, each class provides students with the instruction they need to balance, pedal, start, stop, and steer their bicycles. Most students get the hang of it in one session; those that need more than one class are provided with easy, low-stress techniques that will get them riding independently before long.
To participate in these classes, children will need a helmet and a bicycle that is in good working order.
To learn more about the City’s Learn to Ride events for children, visit the NYC Parks website and register for any of their upcoming classes, including:
- May 26 – Springfield Park, Queens
- June 3 – Dyker Beach Park, Brooklyn
- June 16 – Seward Park, Manhattan
- June 30 – Norelli-Hargreaves Playground, Queens
- July 24 – Juniper Valley Park, Queens
Questions? Email Bike New York at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in Bike Skills 101: Learn to Ride classes for adults and older teenagers? Check out Bike New York’s separate schedule for adults and mature teenagers.