Hooksett police look to wrangle children and adults for bicycle rodeo
The purpose, said Detective Brian Williams, is to teach cyclists the skills they need to be better riders. By learning handling and traffic skills, residents can enjoy bicycling more and reduce the chance of injury.
“We design the obstacles to teach them how to maintain control, see what’s ahead and also what’s going on around them, really to prevent tunnel vision and help them to maintain constant control,” said Williams.
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