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“When I see a child on a balance bike I know there is hope for the human race”, as H.G. Wells didn’t quite say.
H.G. Wells once said “Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.” These days it has to be when you see children allowed to ride bicycles without fear, … Continue reading
As we have said before, children love cycling
Always good to see the younger generation enjoying the freedom of the bicycle.
Stabiliser used to be the standard way to learn to ride, but these days balance bikes are more commonly seen.
It is notable that in recent years there has been an increase in the number of young children riding cycles (of one form or another), but it is a great shame that the City of Edinburgh Council has no plans … Continue reading
Kids love cycling and motor traffic free routes like the Meadows give then the freedom to do so.
by Sally Hinchcliffe. As part of the carnival atmosphere of Pedal on Parliament this child dressed as a lobster.