Family Cycling Workshop at Albany Arts and Green Festival

From EBBC:

The family that rides together thrives together!

Come before the festival begins for a fun and educational family biking workshop.

Safe road bicycling takes a lot more than balance, a helmet and a good attitude. Join the East Bay Bicycle Coalition for a day of fun games, safety drills, skills building, and a neighborhood ride. This workshop is for kids able to ride a bike and who are ready to ride on the roadways with their parents. Parents and kids must attend together and should bring their own bikes and helmets. Each child receives a free red blinky light for participating!

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