If anyone hears any parents (or adults) asking about bike safety, or other
bike questions, you can refer them to me. I have decided to start offering
free services on bike matters as long as this shutdown lasts, to help
people getting out for the exercise. There do seem to be many more of them
this year than I have ever seen before in April, of all ages. I have put up
the following sign in front of my house and posted about it on Facebook,
and this morning I started a blog about it:
Also, the CyclingSavvy <https://cyclingsavvy.org/> courses I teach are
currently offering 50% off our online courses
<https://cyclingsavvy.org/online-bicycle-education/>, since we are not
doing any in-person classes at this time. There is also a set of free
"Essentials" courses you can take just for registering at the site.
Bicyclists, check it out
Stay healthy and safe, everyone!
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On Sat, Apr 25, 2020 at 5:24 PM Dennis Marrotte <
The Boy on the Tricycle is just one of Many in the Neighborhood riding
Tricycles, Bicycles, some with Training Wheels, lots of the new Swagers
and other new devices. Also, Radio controlled Race Cars.
Children riding Bicycles on Cumberland Street and zipping across
Intersecting Streets like Webster and Lowell not stopping. Drivers in Cars,
etc. Therefore need to pay attention if turning onto side streets from a
Commutter Street like Cumberland. Lots of activities going on with
schools closed and nice Weather.
I'm not complaining at all, just trying to pass along word to whoever
reads the WSMAC in Westbrook to be aware as be careful