Learn to Ride – Kids

The Bike-Walk Alliance of NH educates, advocates and agitates to improve conditions for walking and biking statewide.

BWANH In School Education

BWANH brought bicycle & pedestrian safety education to over 4000 New Hampshire kids during the 2015-2016 School Year!

BWANH can bring an educational experience to your school. Using certified instructors and courseware developed by the League of American Bicyclists we can present fun and informative information about bicycling and bicycle safety. This indoor class can work for an entire assembly or a single classroom. Kids will leave with knowledge of NH laws, tips to keep them safe, and materials that can be shared at home. As with all good things, supplies are limited. Schools should contact our Bike Education Coordinator Leslie Thompson to schedule a class. Our spring schedule will fill quickly, so please contact us as early as possible in the school year to book the date that works best for your school. Send Leslie an email at [email protected]

Learn to Ride – Kids

Other people and organizations offer bicycle education for kids. Programs are offered through schools, by local social organizations like Kiwanis and Rotary and by local police departments. In addition bicycle retailers and clubs also offer numerous opportunities for learning.  Several companies and nonprofits have prepared curriculum that come turnkey with bikes.

Kids learning to ride through bumps.

Seacoast VeloKids Training

Seacoast VeloKids

Seacoast VeloKids is a non-profit organization dedicated to the introduction and promotion of cycling to the youth of New Hampshire and Maine’s Seacoast communities.

 

League of American Bicyclists – Bicycling Skills 123 Youth

Bicycling Skills 123 Youth is composed of 13 on-bike stations that teach children better bike handling skills.

 

Youth Educational Sports, Inc.

Youth Educational Sports, Inc. (YES, Inc.) is focused on the “Sport of Bicycling” becoming an active annual Physical Education Unit in secondary schools.

The goals are: encourage youth to incorporate a very natural; low impact form of exercise; competition and transportation. Riding a bicycle while introducing a healthy life style to reduce obesity and the number bicycle riders killed, disabled or injured in vehicle collisions. This goal is achieved by teaching best practices and age appropriate skill building skills, drills and competition.

YES, Inc. has trained School Cycling Instructors (SCI) to provide professional development for the Physical Education Teachers and help establish Physical Education Bicycle Units at secondary schools.

 

Cycle Kids

45 active programs in 8 states CycleKids can be taught indoors or out. Its an 8 class module in Phys ed curriculum. Strong measurement of effectiveness with the program.

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