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How to Ride a Two Wheeler PDF  | Print |  E-mail

Thanks to Elizabeth Trenholm's husband, Ken Trenholm, and a fenced-in parking lot, all the children are able to ride a bicycle and be safe.  When a child learns to ride a two-wheeler, they learn the ups and downs of trial and error, balance, starting and stopping.  The environment at Dreams Unlimited is open to helping your child make the transition from training wheels to two wheels using a fun, easy, and stress-free method.  A child's sense of pride in learning to ride a two-wheeler is a major thing.  Some of the older children are proud that they also can be involved in teaching the younger children how to ride a two-wheeler.

The end of summer party in 2010 featured a bicycle party.  For those older two-wheeler kids, it was a bicycle ride on Confederation Trail and a stop at a Dairy Bar; for the training wheeler kids, it was a bike fest and party in the backyard.  Feel free to look at some of our end of summer biking party photos:

Bicycle Party

Bike Party

Bike Party

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