Bicycle is divided into two levels. The project will be more worthwhile if several members in the same club are enrolled in this project. You will learn and practice good bicycle safety habits, enjoy bicycling for exercise and learn about the parts of the bicycle and how to maintain it.

Bicycle Level 1

Discover the joy of riding a bicycle. You will learn all about safety and how to avoid hazards. Activities you can complete in this project are: gaining control of your bike, learning how to navigate in traffic, doing basic repairs and more!

PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

To complete the level, you must complete a minimum of seven activities each year. This book can be used for two years. Contact your project leader or 4-H Agent for more details.

MATERIALS

M Bicycle for Fun, BU8334, $6.00
L Bicycle Helper’s Guide, BU8336, $6.00

Bicycle Level 2

In this unit, you will learn how to do specialized repairs and maintenance. You’ll also learn advanced maneuvers such as emergency handling, efficient gear shifting, and riding safely in adverse conditions. You should also discover how you can advocate for bicycle-friendly communities and turn your cycling knowledge into a career.

PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

To complete the level, you must complete a minimum of seven activities each year and participate in at least two leadership activities, such as giving a demonstration, organizing a group ride, teaching others about bikes or organizing a bike rodeo.

MATERIALS

M Wheels in Motion, BU8335, $6.00
L Bicycle Helper’s Guide, BU8336, $6.00

ADDITIONAL PROJECT MATERIALS

S Don’t Get Stuck: Fix It! DVD, BU8399, $10.50
Bicycle Independent Study 
Bicycle Helper’s Guide, BU8336, $6.00 This Guide is designed to provide engaging and fun group activities for cycling enthusiasts. It contains information and activities related to basic bicycle handling, traffic skills and bicycle events and activities the whole group will enjoy.