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CANCELED: Freedom from Training Wheels
Sunday, December 13, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
This class has been postponed indefinitely under the latest stay-at-home order, issued on 12/6/2020. We will reschedule this class once it is safe to do so. Thanks, and stay safe!
Freedom from Training Wheels is a great way to get kids riding without training wheels! This class is for children ages 2-5. We will have pedal bikes, balance bikes, and helmets available for your little one to use (and we will be sanitizing them between students). If you have your own, feel free to bring it! If you want to start practicing at home, check out our How to Teach your Child to Ride a Bike Guide (English, Español, 中文) with step-by-step instructions.
You can register below for one of four time slots. Due to COVID-19 safety protocols, pre-registration is required:
A parent/caregiver must stay with their child for the duration of the class.
This class will be held as part of Shared Schoolyards.
COVID-19 protocols: We will be following the protocols laid out by SFDPH here during this class, including face coverings, social distancing, sanitizing of bikes and helmets between uses, and reduced class sizes. Masks, gloves, wipes, and hand sanitizer will be available at the class.
Please contact Eliana Marcus-Tyler (firstname.lastname@example.org/415-409-9416) with any questions about this program.
This class is part of the SFMTA’s Bicycle Safety Education program, presented in partnership with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. It is made possible by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority through a grant of Proposition K Local Transportation Sales Tax Funds.
This program is also supported in part by The San Francisco Safe Routes to School Program. Please visit sfsaferoutes.org for more details.
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