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Freedom from Training Wheels is a great way to get kids riding without training wheels. Bring your child’s bike and helmet if you have them. If not, we have a few balance bikes for kids aged 2-5. This is the last Sunday Streets of 2017, so we hope to see you there! If you want to start practicing at home, check out our Parent Tip Sheet with step-by-step instructions. Interested in volunteering with Freedom From Training Wheels to get the next generation rolling? Previous…Find out more »
Learn to ride your bike with YBike's awesome instructors! We provide bikes of all sizes and equipment- you just bring your game face (ideally a big, toothy grin) and a little determination. Children of all ages welcome! Repeats first Sunday of every month. Exact location in the Presidio may vary: for updates check ybike.orgFind out more »
SF Safe Routes to School welcomes all students and families to the community starting point for walkers and rollers to school. See friends and neighbors at Excelsior Playground and enjoy a healthy start to your day. Participating Safe Routes schools are SF Community School, Cleveland Elementary, and Monroe Elementary. Walk on over, bring your bike or scooter, hop off MUNI or park your car, then walk or roll with us to school. Excelsior Playground will be the neighborhood Walk & Roll Hub for walking…Find out more »
Thousands of parents, school staff and students are celebrating Bike & Roll to School Week at 100 SF schools April 16-20, and you can help spread the fun. Join us for a two-hour shift at the Presidio YMCA–and earn credit toward an SF Bicycle Coalition membership. We'll assemble 7,000 giveaway goody packets for participating students. Refreshments, snacks and fun with fellow school organizers and SF Bicycle Coalition members make this an annual event not to be missed. Supervised children are…Find out more »
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