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HOW TO RIDE A BICYCLE
* Sitting on the bike, make sure you know where the brakes are and how to operate them.
* You have to learn to balance the bike. Find a person who can hold your bike behind you and try to steady it as you pedal. Also find a place to ride that is grassy or such.
* After practicing for a couple minutes, the person can release his or her hands while you try to keep your balance.
* When you are ready, ride alone. But first lower the seat until you can sit on it and put both feet flat on the ground.
* When you are confident you can put your feet on the pedals and coast for a few feet, try not putting your feet down to train your sense of balance. Do this for 30-45 minutes or so, until you have a good feel and some confidence about steering the bike.
* As you gain experience, raise the seat up so that only your toes can touch the ground while you are seated. This is the more appropriate height for your seat.
* Finally, you have to practice.
* Once you can balance, pedal, start, and stop, you’re a bicycle rider. Congratulations!
HOW TO RIDE A BICYCLE
Riding a bicycle is fun. It is really easy to learned. If you do not know how to ride a bicycle, you can follow the following steps. First thing you need to know before you sit on the bike is the brake position and also how to use it. After you get used to the brake, you can ask your brother or sister for help so that you can balance your body when you sit on the bike. When you are ready, try to pedal it. You can try to ride the bicycle alone, after you practice it for several times without getting any help from the others. However, you have to make the seat position lower than usual, so that you can steady yourself. In order to not hurt yourself when you are falling from the bike, you should have not ride the bicycle on the hard street. Finally, after you can ride the bicycle perfectly, you can turn the seat position back like usual. Isn’t it easy? Have fun riding your bicycle.
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