"In this guide, a veteran bicycle touring instructor and her young daughter share years of experience and research on everything parents need to know about bicycling and children, from toddler to teen. From selecting a child's first bike to teaching kids about street safety and basic bike maintenance; from planning family excursions to bicycling with special needs children: the Bells cover it all! Book jacket."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 194-205) and index.
Chapter 1. Bicycles and Accessories for Parents and Teens
Chapter 2. Bringing Along Baby: Toddlers and Preschoolers as Passengers
Chapter 3. Tandem Cycling: Parent-Child Teamwork
Chapter 4. Buying and Caring for Children's Bicycles
Chapter 5. Learning to Ride: Ready, Set, Balance!
Chapter 6. Teaching Traffic Safety to Children
Chapter 7. Family and Group Rides: Where to Go, What to Take
Chapter 8. An Ounce of Prevention
Appendix 1. For Kids Only: Bicycling for Fun and Profit
Appendix 2. Bicycling for Challenged Children
Appendix 3. Recommended Resources for Parents and Kids
Appendix 4. State Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinators.
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