love getting the boys out in the fresh air, either on foot or with their bikes
or scooters. When I had a bike I was
always a little nervous to travel anywhere apart from country paths or
promenades. I did not fancy cycling
into towns and on pavements and I made fairly feeble attempts at manoeuvring
of encouraging my children to be more confident on their bikes might mean I
have to help them learn to move around traffic eventually and deal with it
better than I ever managed. But because
I avoided doing the same when I had my own bike, I am a little clueless what I
should be telling them.
Thankfully Osbornes have created this helpful infographic
that can give me some idea where to start, useful safety tips and checks to
ensure your bike is in sound condition.
I had to replace the bike of my youngest bits had started falling
off! But with the diagram I will know
the signs before it gets that bad next time.
always make sure my boys wear their helmets but reading the infographic I think
I should also invest in some bright fluorescent clothing so they get noticed
when they are near the pavement edge!
When it comes to children and their erratic cycling its best to be safe
and make sure they are easy to spot.
This infographic has
been created by Osbornes