Dallas Morning News
Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Deaths put spin on bike stats
Heightened interest in sport raises questions about safety
One example is the Texas Bicycle Coalition in Austin, which has provided training for about 400,000 children statewide in bike safety, said executive director Robin Stallings.
“A recent bike industry study said that people who cycle as children are more likely to be cyclists as adults,” he said. “If they learn how to do it properly as children, they’re probably not going to forget how to do it properly [as adults].”
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