The Boy Scout Cycling Merit Badge
Teaching Children Bicycle Safety
Educational Programs
Racing Development Programs
Cycling Programs for Disadvantaged Children
Resources for Families looking for ways to make cycling a family affair, or using the bicycle as a means of alternative transportation.
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Home Cycling for Children Teaching Children Bicycle Safety
Teaching Children Bicycle Safety

A Special Thanks to Mrs. Galvin's 4th grade Class for helping up-date these great resources!

Alaska Department of Public Safety
Safety Bear Bike Safety Coloring Sheet
American Academy of Pediatrics
The American Academy of Pediatrics is an organization of 60,000 pediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
For information on bicycle safety from TIPP The Injury Prevention Program Click Here!
For Articles from see below.
Bicycle Safety: Myths and Facts
Choosing the Right Bicycle
Choosing the Right Bicycle
Bicycle Helmets: What Every Parent Should Know
How To Get your Child To Wear A Bicycle Helmet
Ready for a Tricycle
Baby On Board: Keeping Safe on A Bike
What Kids Should Know When Bike Riding
Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute
The Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute is a non-profit advocacy arm of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association that provides bicycle helmet information. As members of the National Bicycle Safety Network who serve on the ASTM helmet standards committee the group is active in commenting on actions of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
For "Bicycle Helmet Materials for Teachers and Future Teachers" Click Here!
Coloring Sheet: Coloring Page For Preschoolers
Children's Hospital of Pitsburgh
Bike Safety Cartoon
International Bicycle Fund
The International Bicycle Fund is an independent, non-profit organization that promotes bicycles as transportation.
For IBF Education Programs Click Here!
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration encourages bicycling as an alternate mode of transportation to motor vehicle travel. They work with partners to reduce injuries and fatalities through education, enforcement, outreach, and legislative efforts.

Bicycle Safety Activity Kit - NHTSA has put together this "Bicycle Safety Activity Kit", and its Spanish counterpart: "Seguridad en Bicicletas", to provide parents, caregivers, teachers, community leaders, and children with tools to learn the important basics about bicycle safety. This kit can be used in school or community bicycle safety programs or in conjunction with Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs. The kit contains age-appropriate activities emphasizing crashes and related injuries while bicycling. While the activities focus on awareness and education, through applying this knowledge to actual safety behaviors we can help to save a life; the life may even be yours or that of your child.
Board Game: Get To School and Back Again Safely Game
Coloring Sheets: Sarah and Her Bike, Let’s Be Careful Crossing the Street
Maze Activity Sheet: Paul's A-Mazing Trip >>> (answers)
Activity Sheet: What's wrong with this picture? >>> (answers)
New Jersey Department of Transportation
Kids Korner - For Bike Safety Teaching Aids Click Here!
Bike Safety Tips Poster
New York State
Bikes & Wheelsport Safety Kids Page
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
Bike Safety Games
Safety Matters Kids Section - On line Games about Safety
Shenandoah County Fire and Rescue
Bike Safety Workbook
Safe Routes to School
Safe Routes to School programs enable community leaders, schools and parents across the United States to improve safety and encourage more children, including children with disabilities, to safely walk and bicycle to school. In the process, programs are working to reduce traffic congestion and improve health and the environment, making communities more livable for everyone.
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