Top Ten Places for Learning How to Ride a BicycleBKAllmighty Learning how to ride a bike can be a difficult exercise (pun intended). This list compiles the places that are most likely to make the task less challenging for early riders.
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They're big, flat, and easy to maneuver around. What place could be better? - BKAllmighty
That's where I first learned to ride my bike!
Any road that doesn't have a lot of traffic going through is a good choice but dead-end roads are especially good for avoiding cars since the only people who you'll encounter are the people who live on that road. - BKAllmighty
Ah, this reminds me of that Ed, Edd n Eddy bumper that I remember from my childhood when Ed, Edd, and Eddy were biking in the cul-de-sac like good old times but crashed. That said, since cul-de-sacs are wide open and flat, they would make a great place to learn how to ride a bicycle. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Dead-end roads that end with a large, round circle that's perfect for this sort of thing. - BKAllmighty
This is where my brothers' friends taught me how to ride a bike. - Britgirl
This is where my uncle taught me to ride a bike. - ethanmeinster2 Comments
They never end, so there's no worry of running out of road (unless the person learning is bad with turning). - BKAllmighty
Sidewalks are a natural choice for bicycle training but, when it comes to guaranteeing safety, the wider the better. - BKAllmighty
You might see cars here and there but far less often than you would on any roads in town. They're great for people who'd rather keep their lessons private. - BKAllmighty
They were made for bikes, after all. - BKAllmighty
They are made for bikes...
Most often quite short. Best for very young learners. - BKAllmighty
Why does the lady in the picture look like she's staring at that boys butt?
It would be wise,least chances of getting hurt - zxm
Go some time when it's not busy... the grass won't hurt them if they fall, but it's not so thick that it's hard to ride.
Easy to cycle up for the first time ever and really easy to not fall off it and die!
Great for being safe: especially when they're high up. Also easy to cycle up
Isn't that dangerous? Whoever added this here, do you realize that you shouldn't do this? Besides, some malls strictly don't allow bike riding inside of them. - JoeBoi
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2. Dead-End Roads
3. Running Tracks
2. Round Cul-de-sacs
3. Bicycle Paths
2. Public Golf Course
3. Round Cul-de-sacs