Toys For Big Boys and Girls
...Tricycles are a Fun Way to Exercise. Ideal for Shopping or Getting Around the Neighborhood.
...Always Ride with Traffic. If You're Riding Against Traffic And A Motorist Makes A Right Turn From A Strip Center, Driveway or Side Street, There Not Expecting You Riding To Their Right. There Looking Left for Oncoming Traffic.
...If You Do Get in An Accident, You will Get Ticketed for It. Riding The Wrong Way is Against The Law.
Also, If You're Riding on The Wrong Side of The Street, Then Motorist Are Approaching You Twice As Fast Than A Vehicles Passing from Behind.
Since They're Approaching You Faster, Both The Motorist And You Have Less Time To React. If You Do Get Hit, It's Going To Be At A Much Faster Speed. Ouch!
...Ride with The Flow of Traffic, Not Against It.
You Should Always Use Headlights when Riding at Night, It's The Law. I also Suggest for Safe Daytime Riding Using A Flashing Light.
...Headlights And Taillights Can Make You More Visible to Drivers who Might Not See You Riding.
...Don’t Ride Invisible, Get Reflector Tape, Safety Triangle, Rear Light, Flag, Wear a Reflective Vest.
Even Wearing Headlamps Mounted on Your Helmet or Head Are A Good Idea. When You Look At Motorist, They Can See Your Light. You Can Pick Them Up At Any Local Dollar Store for Around $5.
The Derailleur Shifting Systems on Bicycles and Tricycles Should only Be Shifted while Pedaling Forward. It’s Impossible to Shift while Stopped.
When You’re Pedaling, the Chain Moves from One Set of Sprockets to Another. They All Make a Little Clunk Nosie.
The Reason for this is, the First and Second Gear are Harder to Shift Too, Because They are the Biggest Sprockets and the Chain has to Move the Most.
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