Biking Your Child to School: SF Bicycle Coalition Family Biking Series Part 3

From SFBC:

You love to bike, and now it’s time for your child to start school. How do you bike to school with a baby, toddler or older child? Is your child ready? What kind of seat or kid bike should you get? Register for this (free) class to learn the medically reviewed facts about biking to school, as well as tips and tricks. Meet other parents who bike with their small children. This class is great for anyone who has a baby or toddler, is expecting, or thinking about having a family, as well as their partners and supporters. Food, children and bicycles welcome. Biking Your Child to School is the third of three classes on Family Biking, based on our groundbreaking Family Biking Guide. Register by e-mailingkit@sfbike.org by November 16th.

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