Dallas Morning News
Tuesday, September 27, 2005
Getting the tyke on the bike
Parents share their hard-won expertise on teaching kids to ride
Children start to lose interest in cycling when they reach middle school, says Robin Stallings, executive director of the Texas Bicycle Coalition. A good way for parents to keep them on two wheels – even when they’re dreaming of four – is to continue cycling as a family. He also suggests introducing them to BMX, or motocross, cycling, which includes off-road racing and tricks on ramps and around obstacles.
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