So you’ve got the cycling bug! What now? Do want to meet other families who cycle? Perhaps you would like to help make riding a bike safer and more accessible? Or are you keen to pursue cycling as a family or individual sport? This post will help you find ways to have a go, join up, get involved or get sporty.
There is a lot of bike gear available like Panniers, bike racks, cargo trailers, water packs, cycle clothing, tools, helmets, bells, lights, racks, pumps and how to store your bike. What are they and how are they useful?
When your child is not ready for their own bike you may want to carry them on yours or tow them behind.
Parents need bikes too - else how else will you keep up with the kids! There are a number of styles to choose from and it's important to get the right style, size and fit for your body.
Find out about the book that wasn't and what happens next.
Recently I was asked for three suggestions for Christmas gift ideas for biking kids. But how to stop at three! Here are some ideas for all budgets (including no-budget) that will put a smile on the face of all kind of biking kids (and the not so young).
Looking for a place for your kids to ride their bikes? Here are some ideas of where to find some great places to ride.
Children love bicycles. Help to get them riding more, with or without you. Source: Kids love bikes: here's why - Bikehub - http://www.bikehub.co.uk
Riding the Hauraki Rail Trail as a family, from Thames to Te Aroha via Wahi. Part 1 - Planning our adventure.
On a cycling holiday kids love the chance to record their own memories of the trip. For the very young, this could mean drawing pictures. Older children can write about their experience. Others will want to stick in pictures, tickets, postcards and other mementos. Recording their daily distances will give them a great sense of … Continue reading Dear Diaries for Kids