Helmets are a must. Credit: Corbis
From training wheels to 10-speeds, make sure your kids know the rules of the road when it comes to bicycle safety. Here's some advice every family should heed before hitting the streets.
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"Hi Sabrina," the email began. (Hi! Thanks for writing!) "My 8 year old son has not learned how to ride a bike yet. Is this really bad? I feel guilty that at this age he doesn't know how to ride."
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Ellie will be seven years old this year and we have made absolutely no progress in teaching her to ride a bike. The kid can scooter like nobody's business, but the idea of bicycling without training wheels terrifies her. As a kid, I loved my bike. It...
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