How to ride a Bicycle

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Here are some tips on how to ride a bicycle.

  • Have a supervisor such as a parent or other adult. No matter your age, they can help you learn.
  • Bikes with gears are harder for beginners. If you have to use one, increase the gear number as you transition to steeper slopes.
  • If you cannot get a helmet and padding, stay on the grass and away from roads.
  • Learning is more fun with other people. For kids or other people who are afraid of falling, seeing other people learning and having fun encourages learning.
  • Once you’ve mastered riding, you can move the seat up until only your toes touch the ground.
  • Remember to focus ahead while riding. When you look to the side, your bike tends to drift that way.
  • Do not assume the intention of other road users; always assume you have to watch out for cars and other cyclists.
  • Look straight ahead and stay alert. Looking down at your feet is a distraction and can lead to injury.
  • Go faster when you are driving in a flat area and if there is a slope you do not want to pedal.
  • Believe that you can do it, and pick yourself up every time you fall.
  • Always wear safety gear, including a helmet and padding.

And also here are some warnings:

  • Be aware of your local laws. Some locations require riders to wear a helmet and others don’t permit riding on sidewalks.
  • After you’ve learned how to ride a bike, remember to learn about road safety, such as the dangers of speeding, dealing with cars, and obeying road signs.
  • Biking accidents are common and dangerous. Always wear a helmet to avoid head injuries. Wear padding to avoid scrapes and fractures.

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