Biking in the City San Jose

From SVBC:

Join the Children’s Discovery Museum of San José from February 21st through the 25th for a fun filled week focused on the joys of riding a bicycle. Create personalized decorations for your bicycle, design a license plate for your bike, and enter to win a new bike helmet. There will also be people on hand to help you learn how to fit your helmet for maximum safety and help you plan out your next trip. Receive a free gift when you ride your bike to the museum!

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