Children's "Learn to Ride a Bicycle" Class Offered Saturdays at Essex County Environmental Center, Roseland
ROSELAND, NJ - During August, the Essex County Environmental Center is offering
a “Bike Right - Learn to Ride” class on two Saturdays from 10:30am to 12:30pm. Students can choose one of the two classes to attend. The center is located at 621 Eagle Rock Avenue, Roseland.
The two-hour class is for children ages five and older and is geared towards making riding a bike easier for children. The class will be taught by TransOptions Bike Right for Kids organization which teaches children the easy way to learn to ride by using a "balance first" method. Parents help to get their children rolling while the child does most of the work.
The children will learn the basics of balancing, starting, stopping, and steering a bike, as well as proper helmet fit and adjustment. Participants need to bring a helmet and a bike (without training wheels) in good working order.
Cost is $7 per child.
Advance registration is required - call 973-228-8776.
Meet in Garibaldi Hall and in the event of rain, this program will be rescheduled.
Saturdays from 10:30am to 12:30pm.
Essex County Environmental Center
Office Administrator: Maria Robinson
621 Eagle Rock Avenue