Biking with Kids Workshop – 1000 New Cyclists

From EBBC:

Parents – this workshop is for you! (Childcare will be provided in a different room.) Whether you have a baby, young child, or teenagers, this workshop is designed to help you figure out how to incorporate cycling into your everyday family routines. We’ll cover different types of equipment that is appropriate for different age groups, tips on safely riding urban streets with your kids, basic concepts to get kids off training wheels, how to organize your life such that heading out the door on bikes is as easy as getting into the car, and more.

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