Free Family Cycling Workshop: Alameda

From EBBC:

Alameda Parents – you asked for it, and you got it!

Safe road bicycling takes a lot more than balance, a helmet and a good attitude. Join the East Bay Bicycle Coalition safety instructors 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 and kids ready to ditch training wheels. Parents and kids must attend together and should bring their own bikes. Each child receives a free red blinky light for participating!

Register yourself and your child for this Family Cycling Workshop by clicking here

The family that rides together thrives together!

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