Why do children and youth need skills for safe bicycling?
Whether riding with adult family members or with friends, learning basic bicycle safety may help prevent injuries and prepare school-age children and youth for a lifetime of safe bicycling. As young people become drivers, it may help them be more aware of bicyclists as they navigate their community’s streets. Preventing bicycle-related injuries requires a combination of approaches: engineering strategies to improve the physical environment for bicycling, enforcement strategies to reduce vehicle speeds and increase safe passing by drivers, and safety skills development and education for drivers and bicyclists.
Reduced Cost Bicycle Helmet Program Ready To Roll
Bronson Methodist Hospital **South Campus
Trauma Services, 3rd Floor W-308, Jasper Street Entrance
601 John St., Kalamazoo, Mi 49007
By Appointment Only, 12:00PM - 4:00PM
$10 minimum Cash donation