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How to learn how to ride a bike
How I did it: I've read all the how-tos, so I'll tell you what worked for me.
A slight sloped and flat concrete area. The slope is so you can get a feel of coasting. Once you get your feet on the pedal it is normal to swerve and wobble, but keep pedaling! You will get it!
What didn't work for me:
- biking on the grass (Yes it's softer to fall on, but it's very bumpy. To keep from falling just get a bike that you can reach the ground on)
- swerving in the direction you're falling (I found swerving in the OPPOSITE direction allowed me to at least wobble and stay on the bike)
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