10 Tips On How To Cycle With Two Bikes
If you’re meeting your child after school and they want their bike, it’s not always easy to know how to bring this to them when you’re on a bike yourself, and you definitely don't want to walk both.
Below, we have 10 great tips on how to cycle with two bikes.
One hand - Practice riding with one hand first before trying to cycle with two bikes. It’s important to make sure you’re stable.
Line them up - Line up both bikes next to each other before you set off, this is the easiest step and it’ll save you plenty of time.
Journeys - Try short trips first before you cycle long distances with two bikes.
Route - Choose the route that offers you the least amount of traffic and pedestrians.
Helmet - It’s hard to ride with two bikes, make sure you’ve protected yourself and you’ve put on your helmet.
Weather - Check the weather and adjust your route. If it’s windy, take a sheltered route.
Gloves - Especially if you’re cycling at night or in the winter, wear gloves to keep both hands warm.
Lights - If you’re riding at night, make sure both bikes have lights so they’re visible.
Roads - Stay off the road if you can, this way you don’t need to worry about cars and traffic.
Breaks - It’s okay to take a break if you’re finding it difficult to cycle with two bikes, it’s not an easy task!
They’re all of the tips we have!